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 NT  Enderby, B.C., July 23, 1914  AND      W A L K E R 'S  ^ W:E E KL;Y  ���������������������������A  Vol. 7; No. 21; .Whole No?33&Z<$  ������������������ .7'J-ll  : <���������������������������-.  Local News of General Interest lind^ii^Fal News of Local Interest  'ANOTHER WINDOty'&HOWCf   7 "-YOUNG  LAD  ARRESTED HINDUS IN FIGHTING i6Wl^'f 7   SM  ���������������������������    .rr<���������������������������~      OCA      TTl ��������������������������� J       _-'- J  I *_Tj.   ������������������_. _      ; '.-; >.-. ���������������������������'CS:  ENDERBY *NE.WS IN BRIEF  i  A. Fulton ��������������������������� -is visiting Enderby  this week from Calgary, on business.  Mrs. A. E. West left on a month's  visit to her daughter, in Regina, on  '   Tuesday.  It takes a better soldier to mark  time without? complaining than if  does to figtit.  Mrs.   Geo.   H.   Prince   and   Miss  Prince, of St. Paul, Minn., are,vis-  *  iling Mr.'and Mrs. F. R. Prince,'at  their Enderby home.    ' <"  ' " .W. J. 'Woods says he has found  - ' the cash system entirely satisfac-  T ', - tory to- his patrons, and much the*  better way of doing business.  Mr. "and Mrs. A. C. Leighton re-  "-'tjrned tlrom Kentwood, La., tthe  pastx^week, Mr. Leighton - very  L-- ~ ^wmucK, improved in health by their  L-_f       stay in the South.  SUCCESSFUL ENDERBY  PUPILS  K  -  John lLangstaff, formerly editor  of the Vernon Liberal papar that  .died' a" natural'7deat_v and  now  -deputy collector-of'customs, paid  f���������������������������������������������*������������������*- /Ehderbyiia.lv;i_it(Lthis week.^ft_^._,  The Girls' Guild will hold an ice'  The success "of Enderby. scholars  in the recent school examinations,  is a highwater mark for the efficiency* and thoroughness' of' 6iir  teaching staff' ParticularlyIflattering to Miss Campbell, everyoheof  whose seventeen high school candidates >, taking , the "..'examinations  having passed with satisfactory  marks. Only .one-tiigh,-school in  the 'Province had a better showing;  and; that was Point Grey, where  26;. out of 26 passed.''Enderby's. 17'  out of 17 is very little short of the",  highest. ,.indeed;'Enderby!s -per  centage is ashighlas that of Point  Grey, the only difference being -in  the' number-of, pupils ^trying."  The" high school scholars who  tried-and passed are nnamed: >.,  Preliminary vc6urse,v junior grade,  maximum mark's,' "1000. "* Number  of^ candidates,'13; passed,r 13:���������������������������  Pearl Orser.s i743;^DoroJthy?'-Dun-  woodiV,9i ^735;7 A-Stewart'. ^.David*  Mowat,' 658^' Hugh"; Mowat; x,6'4lY  Ellen .McPherson, 630; Elmer brant  ml  - *The second,"Window Fruit;;<Vege{  table .and- Flower Show, 'given^by  the Enderby Agricultural and'Hor-,  ticultural' Society, was held last'  Saturday "afternoon"in, the*'* large'  show   Hardw  Murrin & Sp  Ihe display-iwas eveji;be;tte������������������.thanj  that. of they June*--how,4anMta -MrT  *McPherson,".vwhb'_ ikindly^unddi;^  took to handle-the, show^again .this:  month, all credit'is-due^fdrithel^exT1  cellent arrangement���������������������������of.thefdisp.lay,:'  As previously stated,, the-Julyishow  in flowers was!confinedoargely~ytoj  sweet      j-i-__j_.v  some  s  arrangement, .too'.toPthefindiyiduaK  displays ^showed!,markedctastej^mr  selection* andMormation^^^p^  t >>In,rfruits; thesraspberpyMqispla  was lfar <m7adyanceMpflanythin  yet"seen here^bothM^tc^iz^^blofe  selection-sandft|pa|]^^ItCrje.guired  the   closesfescratmr^  *.  Alfred-Ivans, a 15-year-old boy  of Salmon Arm, was placed under  ���������������������������arrests' at  Nelson  last  week h on   a  .warrant issued at Enderby criarg-<  ling him* with the theft of a bicycle  belonging to Mr. John Johnson," and  Constable Bailey went to Nclson.,6n  Friday, to,bring the boy to Enderby  ifor trial.^���������������������������-The" case was heard be-  sfore^Magistr3te* Rosoman Tuesday  (afteriipjpn;; when it.was- shown, by  tne\'evidence Tof a' son of Mr:" John-  fson^that7 they Ivans  boy. had  not  /stolen Ithe;,wheel, but had taken, it  "~  the  Co'flai5lfor,Uhe Avhcel.^ /Afterwards,  the^rjranslboy, sold the . wheel J for  [$6������������������dIlef#Enderby for Nelson,  *" _~" hi^igrandmotheryresides.  ^^^^^p^Sr|f Idid t not'know-of  ^tlieTdealSnad'e^Det'weeh-his, son and  a^S������������������05_^Under4he' evidence  l$il-l������������������tMh<eJtr1ial, Athe Tboy������������������ANvas*  itiMd^ndlanlxjrderlwas^signed1  ?mt-mmWirancherlli,ying7near  > .-_Al  . fThe  350  Hindus  oh-board* the &*'  Japanese  stcamshipy'inyVahcouveryJ'.  harbor, are at last becoming a real"'"  menace to the peace' of the immi- \\  gration officers who have been .en- ^  deavoring to get,,rid pfjhe shipload,  of trouble.   Last},Saturday'.night-ja'  tugldad of' police,' arfhed withyrtoss  rifles went out to' the Hindu, ship  intending to board her'and put sin'  command   the   captain;   who'"(Had*  been'-relieved of-, his {command -'by/  forceyby'the faoming-East Indians.^  When the tug made fast to.the KoinV-^  agata,  and   lhe  peace - officers ^at-';  tempted to board her^'theyj^weres^  showered with   bricks^pieces'zioff  coal,' cord wood   sticks; and .any,-^  thing the maddened Hindus^could*  throw down - upon Mhem. x *" Nearly^  every man of the boarding parly*.  received  moreorless-vsenouskscalp?  wounds.and many were, laidr4outHip^l  .on'the^deck ofs,the tug<iinconscious.rg-       M,  (Af ter| fightirigsthe^HindusSf pr^fiflfe1 .*.'���������������������������������������������'.  j >  ���������������������������H-nduslfoiffif||\  W 4l  l^v-.^'AChas.XAylvvih, atlhisrorchard'on,  Ivryv^SlocanrAve., Ne\y Denver,-has; hit  '*;',:?-;7^updn-a novel "scheme for selling his  "7'*''.��������������������������� ".cherry crop.   He charges 15c for a  .   tummyfulr eaten on the ground.; y -  - - Are your,'water rates paid? If not  better pay up before the end.bf the  month. You have lost the discount  but you- can still save the 10 per.  cciit7^1-i^l-=isd^9ctl^a"ftef^Julyi"31^  t  -The Mcthcdist Ladies' Aid will  hold an ice cream social on Tuesday, July 28th, on Mr. Smedlcy's  lawn, afternoon from 4 to 6, and in  evening, when a program will be  provided! ,   ,  The Enderby and Vernon junior  baseball teams played on .the En-'  derby diamond Monday, afternoon,,  with thc result that the score stood  8-10 in favor of the visiting team  at lhe end of the game.  Robt. Johnstone returned from  lhe coast on Sunday, where he has  been confined to the hospital for  several weeks. He is slowly recovering his strength, and promises  to be himself again in a few weeks.  At a meeting of the Enderby  Board of Trade Tuesday evening,  attended by but few members, it  was decided lo pay. off such indebtedness as was originally covered by the grant made the Board  by the City���������������������������$500���������������������������and then proceed on new work for thc present  year, on funds available from  membership fees.  Married���������������������������At Mara, July 21, by  the Rev. Father^ Donahy, Mrs. K.  Roitner to Mr. Brainard, an old  resident of Notch Hill. Mrs. Roitner has been a resident of Mara for  26 years, honored and respected by  all. The wedding came as a surprise to everyone, yet all are delighted   to   offer   Mr.   and    Mrs.  / Ihjythe* i-EntrJance*^'Examinations  the results wefe^hot. quite ^so'fgobd  as. those "of JtherHighrSchool^yand  yet-thev-resultsrhere' alsorplace: Eh-  derby ^vell>up,0 near the \tpp yNum-  ber of candidates,?19; passed 13.-^  Royal Douglas Murdock, 781; Doug;  las Dow, "778; Charles G.'Murdock,  the appearance of the ^windows: ".���������������������������  ..The" '-prizes-*  were r-awardedk as  ,The -prizes-   .were ^-awarded'  follows :-���������������������������;>.-���������������������������     - ..j ;^; ;  'Best collection of garden flowers",  741;  ' Kenneth    Strickland^    688; -B. - J." Carlson;" bcst^isplay^Sweef  _.        i ** __ ���������������������������.        _������������������*?- ������������������    _' . *��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������% r it        r^ l iiv     \w "\r        T   '  James G.'Pound, 671; Louise V  Paradis, 651; Louise. LeRoy, 604;  Percy A. Stevens, 601; Reginald  Ruttan, 600; Edward A. Sparrow,  597; Caroline Paradis,.572; Lucille  K. Barrows," 550; James l C.V McMahon, 550. ,       ( '  Ih,-Matriculation,' Frank Pearson  and Elsie Arland, "Enderby "pupils,  wrote at Armstrong, and the  names of Bolh are in the successful  column.  FIRE AT OKANAGAN LANDING  A destructive lire visited Okanagan Landing yesterday afternoon,  when the hotel at.the Landing and  a residence, all the������������������propertyj of Al.  Mainprise, were utterly destroyed.  The residence of A. Urquhart was  also threatened for, a time, but was  finally saved by the efforts ,of the  volunteer fire-lighters. The origin  of the fire cannot be learned, and  the amount of loss has not been  placed.  Methodist Church services, July  2(i: Sunday School at 10 a. m.;  morning service, 11. Special service for the Sunday School, subject, "The Divine Magnet." ��������������������������� Evening service at 7.30; subject,  "Esau, or the Unfinished ��������������������������� life."  Service at 2.30 at' Behnet's school.  Everyone cordially, welcome.  .    Blue Ribbon Tea is sMl selling  Brainard the sincerest good wishes. I foi\40c   pound at Dill Bros.  peas,. Mrs. H . Greyeli;yMrs. M. J  Lemke; best-pound, raspberries,  H. McKce, S.jF. Hartry; best pound  currants, A. M. Baird, R. E. ,T.  Forster; best new peas, H. Dodge,  F. \\. Collin:, new [potatoes, S. F.  Hartry, R. I.. T. Forster; cabbage,  Mrs. Graham Rosoman, S. F. Hartry; cauliflower, -S.' F.-Harlry, H.  Dodge;     -���������������������������  A good showing of thc following  were made but not for competition:  Cherries���������������������������excellent boxes by R.  F.. T.' Forster, Miss Forster, and II.  F. Cowan; beets by S. F. Hartry  and II. F.. Cowan; vegetable marrow by Mrs. G. .Rosoman; early  corn by S. F. Harlry; beans, by  Mrs. Nichol and S. F. Harlry; Swiss  chard by II. F. Cowan; nasturtiums by Mrs. Nichol.  The sweet pea displays by Mrs.  Barrows and daughter Lucille, and  those of Mrs. Worthington, Josephine Paradis and Mr. Cowan were  very handsome.  The display of raspberries (four  varieties) by Mrs. Worthington,  also received much favorable  comment.  .'therewwas^great- rejoicing - in'that  t    H J-    / i'*' '*A. "*t^    j-       r  T _������������������    -���������������������������*   ', 1     i-'   v .  .cA^ party' of",young\ladies are taking 'advantage, of, the- fine rweather  and are ^spending tlie -week in  cam p. _on..Ma bel_Lakc._ jDn.e_ .of. the  Valley bachelors was heard to.remark as he saw them preparing to  fish: "Oh, lucky fish."  Road Foreman Baxter is filling in  one of the death traps on thc Mabel  Lake road. There are at least nine'  more which need repairing or filling at once." Any day one may expect to hear of a serious accident  on" the raod.~ "        ~" "  Mr. Benzie, Dominion Homestead Inspector, is visiting the  Valley.  POULTRY SUCCESS'  ; y;Mr. II. E. Waby has made great -H-  progress hr his- poultry and'.Red/?, <-'  Poll stock farm', on the rpad toC.  Salmon Arm, this season, and has'; i r  ���������������������������������������������*'-  MAKING CIGARETTE AT VERNON  Walter Wolfenden,Well known  by all old residents'of-Armstrong,  who has spent the past year or  two in California seeking benefit  in health, has returned to Vancouver quite recovered from the touch  of consumption which previously  worried him.  J. McClounic & Sons,, tobacco  growers near Vernon, have started  ���������������������������the manufacture of cigarelies, under thc "OK" brand, and arc attempting to place them on thc local  market. 'There is a great opening  in the -Okanagan, Mi  thinks, for the fuller development  of the tobacco 'industry. Thousands'of dollars could be kept in the  Valley each month if thc homegrown product, acknowledged by  all tobacco men to be equal lo Ihe  best that is grown anywhere, were  only cured and treated as the "to-  baccoes 'of other countries , arc  handled. The growing of tobacco  in the Okanagan should become;one  of the best-paying industries,  though'at the present time the outlook is not bright owing to the bad  mix-up which the Kelowna tobacco  company drifted inlo last year.  the finest strain of birds it has'  ever been his good fortune to raise."  In" the, few years that he has held  the land at what, is now so well  known as lhe Waby Place, he has  transformed it into one of the  most advanced poultry and stock  farms in the Interior. In poultry,  Mr. Waby has ,won a high place in  thc front row "of "successful poultry  breeders, and in ^cd Poll caltle,  he has drawn to Enderby lhe attention of stockbreeders in all sec-  lions of lhe Dominion. The past  year Mr. Waby has been vice-president of the Dominion Red Poll  Breeders Association, in this capacity attracting much interest lo  Enderby from Red Poll breeders  everywhere in Ihe Dominion.  Thc 15-ycar-old son of Sam Mc-  McClouniejGce, Armstrong, was "riding on a  hand-car which was being pumped  into Penticton on Saturday by four  men, employed by thc father on  contract work in lhal vicinity. In  rounding a curve in a deep cut the  handcar crashed into the construction train. All thc men jumped  and escaped serious injury, but the  lad could not get off the handcar.  In the crash his back was broken,  and he lived but an hour or two.  "Wm. Owen has been elected  secretary of the Mara board of  school trustees.  Get your bread tickets al JOE'S.  ���������������������������   /  / (_  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 23, 1914  especially by farmers, whose best workers they  entice away, while the consequent scarcity of  labor has enabled the less efficient who remain  to exact an increased wage of two and three  shillings weekly. The result is that the state  governments of Australia, are practically driven  to confine their efforts to securing and using the  surplusage of bright, eager young boys and girls  to be found in most British towns."  Tins sounds good. But, if it is a good plan to  bring boys and girls from England and teach  them how to work a farm, why would it not be  as good a plan to pay the way of our own boys  and girls while they are learning to be useful on  the farm?  BANK of MONTREAL  THE MOTHER HEART  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at   Enderby.  B. C. at  $2  per  year,   by  the  Walker Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. 51 an inch per month.  Legal Notices: -12c a line first insertion: 8c a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Netices and Locals: 15c a line.  JULY 23, 1914  HUERTA GETS OUT OF MEXICO  7\t last the.high-minded diplomacy of President Wilson is showing results in Mexico.   For  . months he has stood quietly and unmoved in thc  .. face of all kinds of ridicule, for what he believed  -syould.havc to come in Mexico before any step  .looking to permanent peace could be taken in the  ).> Mexican; a flair.    The: severest ridicule that has  vbecii leveled at him has comeyfrom the press of  ' England.    Thc only diplomacy that is understood  by most of thc English papers has to conic from  the canon's mouth.   Anything short of this looks  like "grape-juice" diplomacy on the other side of  the Atlantic.    But President Wilson seems to  have known all along what he wanted, and how  to get il.     He demanded lhe absolute, unqualified  drawn 1 of the Mexican dictator as thc first step  to peace in Mexico, and now Huerta has stepped  down and out.     What thc next move will be is  yet to be seen.      President Wilson  has never  shown  his hand, but there can be no question  that official Britain and Germany and France and  the other European powers have been kept well  informed.   That all these powers are now work-  =-i ng-ha ikW n-ha n(Uwi 11 wlhc=Uni tcd_S tatcs__can not.  be doubted, and lhat a solution of thc difficulties  that have kept Mexico in a turmoil for the past  few years is now close at -hand is certain.   Just  what this solution will he is now all a guess.  If "grape-juice" diplomacy is responsible for  the withdrawal of Huerla from thc field, and for  the peaceful'settlement of the Mexican trouble,  without loss of thousands of American soldiers,  __ano! ihe cost jif; m]JHq^ flCVi,.sL~  ation of Mexico, then let us have more of It, instead of the canon-hall diplomacy of Europe.  "The bee," says J. A. Spencer, "builds her cell  and gathers honey to (ill it, hut, all unconsciously,  she is the agent of another service, bearing the  pollen from' flower lo flower. So we, while we  go about our business, are unconsciously the  ministers of others, fertilizing them if we arc  fortunate, blighting them if we are not."  MAKING FARMERS OUT OF THE BOYS  Whilst I was walking down the street the other day  T heard a little urchin to a comrade turn and say:  "Say, Chimmy, lcnime tell youse I'd be happy as a clam  If I only was de feller dat me mother t'inks I am:"  My friends, be yours a life of toil or undiluted joy,  You still can learn a lesson from this small, unlettered  boy.  Don't aim to be an earthly saint, with eyes fixed on a  star;  Just  try  to be  the  fellow that  your mother thinks  vou are. c ���������������������������Will S. Adkins.  Premier Cook, of Australia, includes in his  policy for the coming general election a grant of  .$1,230,000 lo the slate governments for immigration. Government enquiries have led the Australian government lo the conclusion lhal British  agriculturists are no longer procurable in any  number and that the best potential citizens available for Australia are the lads from the British  towns who are eager lo be trained for colonial  farm life.  In lhis connection the Sydney Morning Herald  says: "In readjusting its immigration policy upon  these lines, the New South Wales Government is  concurring in lhe wishes of the British authorities  who regard with misgiving a policy like lhat of  Canada", which aims al further denuding lhe  British countryside. Immigration agents find  themselves viewed with something approaching  suspicion in many parts of the United Kingdom,  Thc prayers of a mother were answered in a  Missouri court thc other day when the presiding  judge paroled her son and allowed him to go  home with her to Chicago.  Last week thc mother knelt upon the floor in  the criminal courtroom and prayed that thc  judge's heart might be softened toward her boy.  The judge at that time refused to let him out, be-  coiise the boy had lied to him. This week thc  mother and jail matron again interceded with the  judge.   He said to thc mother:  "Your son is nol as innocent as you think. He is a  smooth boy. He has in him the making of a crook, I  believe. This is not his first offense. If I parole him  now it will be worse for him than if I keep him in  jail. I think it would be best to keep him in jail six  months, let him know thai punishment follows wrongdoing as surely as night follows day; If he goes out  now he'll think that if he gels in trouble again his  mother will gel him out. Now, I'm going lo leave the  decision with you. I advise you to leave him in jail  six months. I will give you a half hour to thiiik it  over, and if you decide that you wish your son to be  paroled now I'll let you have him."  The judge left her in the matron's room. A  few minutes later he .passed thc open door. She  was in there alone, upon her knees, her face  buried in her arms that lay upon a chair in front  of her, aiid she was praying, to herself and weeping. When the half hour was up the matron reported to-the judge that the mother could not  think of leaving her boy in jail. The, judge sent  thc marshal.to bring him front;tlie jail1 into the  court room. He, came"iri'~ with'*'his mother yand  stood before the judge.  "Now, if I let''you out will you go home to Chicago  with your mother?" ,���������������������������  "Yes, judge, I will. I will never do wrong again.  This has been a lesson to me. I was led astray some  way."   Thc boy's voice was broken by tears.  "Will you go to work and conduct yourself like a  man, worthy of the good mother you have?"  "Yes, judge, I'll never again do a thing to make my  mother ashamed of me or to give her sorrow."  The arms of the mother stole around her son's waist  and she drew him to her while tears streamed down  her face.  ""Tfiat's spokerTlike a mah,"^itrth~c7JudgeT^"Obey  your father and mother. A boy can't go wrong who  obeys a good mother. Go to work, and live at home.  I'm going to parole you, but your plea of guilty will  stand and if I hear you arc not living at home, or that  you are misbehaving I will bring you back. Write me  thc first of next month and let me know.how you arc  doing.   And write me the truth. .-Now go."  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest, 116,000,060  . 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, aud interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited -0th  June and 3l8t December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. E. TAYLOR, M.n.ger  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Drop Siding,  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,   '-  Short Cordwood,  Green Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  Why, not lay in your winter, supply of Green Blocks now and  SAVE' MONEY  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End...  's Best Flour  OGILVIFS  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD 7  For Bread and Pastry  At FLEWWELLINGS Feed Store:.  in to  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.  THE SORROW OF IT ALL  What n shame thnt m.m will blindly go the  limit in his .mid groping for wealth and place  and power, bringing destruction upon himself,  and then blame God for the coming of'thc c.ntas-  tropliy. ��������������������������� When we hear of such a horror as that  which befell the Empress of Ireland, wc feel sad,  and tears of sympathy How, but when wc can  take ourselves out, of the hearing of thc tolling  church bells, thc moans of.lhe distressed, the cry  of the hungry, and thc sound of the praying  priests, who thank God Ihey arc not as other men  since they have been spared the destruction that  has come to others���������������������������I say, when we can get out  of hearing of these things, and draw close to  Nature's heart in thc quiet of the forest of our  own thoughts, wc may hear the sweet lullaby of  Nature's KnoAving Mother Love, as she draws thc  curtain upon it all, and can feel thc sorrow that  is Hcr's because her children will bring pain upon  themselves.  We benefit ourselves  only as we help others  benefit themselves.  King Edward Hotel,p H MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit Land Hay Land  Town Lata  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  ^Lontlon-Lanca-hire.Fire.Insiirance Co.. .  Royal Ins_ranceCo.,o- Liverpool (Life dept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK,   ENDERBY  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound yoSr  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS  TIME TABLE  In effect on Okanagan Branch of  C. P.R., from June'1, 1914:     ,  Southbound Northbound  10.55 lv        Sicamous        ar. 17.00  11.26  11.40  11.54  12.20  12.28  12.38  13.05  13.25 ar.  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vcijnon  Okanagan Ldg  lv  16.15  15.59  15.44  15.15  15.07  14.55  14.30  14.15  II. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  JNO BURNHAM  \gent  Enderby  OVER 68 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Tradc Mark*  Designs  Copyrights 4c  Anyo_-,tendlng a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably patentable. Communications .trlctly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent*  se'ntfree. Oldest"          Patents  ipecial notice.  Oldest Ueency for securing patents,  taken through Munn ft Co. receive  Ice, without charge, la tbe  Scientific jfmericait.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest olr-  cnlation of any scientific Journal. Terms (or  Canada, $3.76 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers.  MU,NN8Co.38������������������ro"!^HewYQrk  Branch Office. 625 F BU Washington, D. C. k>  1  Thursday, July 23, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  K'---  fe^PQWDERi  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Ctieai-ul Gafckoce to a Happier, Healthier Lite  By tba Phflosophar-Phyalc-a-i  ! GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  -   ChesrfulnMs Is one of the best  gifts a man or woman can possess. ��������������������������� It Is 'better than wealth,  for It Is much more than rlehss.  The world  makes way for the  cheerful   person;   all   doors fly  open to him, for he needs no Introduction. ' Like the sunshine,  he Is welcome everywhere, and,  like the sunshine again, he Is a  power in the  world.    His word  and   his  presence always    tell.  This cannot be said of the morbid    or   pessimistic    man,   for  whom the world literally has no  use.   He has little or no power,  he Is" depressing and unprogrtg-  sive, he loves glooms and shadows, and he cannot   win    love.  Worst of all, he Is the man who  gathers to himself all available  diseases and ailments.   A cheerful disposition Is a good health  tonic,' and this alone makes   It  .worth cultivating.   The cheerful  soul resists disease; doctors always find that a bright,  sunny  tempered person has   Infinitely  better chances of recovery from  Illness than a gloomy and despondent one.   Depression lnv,>  rlsbly feeds' disease and wsak-  ents the patient's hold upon life.  "Cheerfulness Is health, melancholy disease," and we Invariably  see healthy, strong children  In  families where  cheerfulness,, Is  Insisted upon by  the   parents;,  and sickly, morbid children   .In  homes where the atmosphere Is  tainted with gloom'and despondency. An enormous fortune awaits  the chemist of the future who  will.discover how to bottle cheerfulness for distribution    among -  the heartsick ones of this earth;  (Copyright, 1910.: by W. Q. Chapman.)  gtiilt to <g)nf Win?  .    . By E. A. Brininstool  When we boys were little shavers,.father used to make us go  In the berry-'pickin' season where the black-caps used to grow;  With our pails full of luncheon wc would start at break of day,  And till milkin' time at evenin' in the old woocllot we'd stay;  I remember father's sayin', "Now, when you start in to pick,  If you want to fill your pail up to the brim, an' fill it quick,  Gil a bush an* freeze right to it, till you've stripped it clean an' bare,  Don't go ran gin' through the bushes, pickin' here an' pickin' there;  'Tain't the chap who picks a little from each bush there is in sight,  Who will have thc largest pailful when we leave the patch to-night,  But the boy who picks a bush out, an' sticks to it, will not fail  In the end, to have the biggest lot of berries in his pail."  >  Since my boyhood days I've noticed often, time an' time again,  That ol' sayin' of my father's is as' true today as then.  You will never get the best things of this life iriless you stay  Anchored to a single purpose, let it be whate'er it may;  Don't go stragglin' through life's pasture tryin' this an' tryin' that,  All the while not really knowin' where, or why, or what you're at;  Find a bush an' stay right with it, don't be drawn aside, to go  Where the pickin' looks more pleasant 'cause thc berries thicker grow;  Don't have irons in the-fire that you have no time to tend,  For you'll surely burn your/fingers an' regret it in the end.  Stick right to one' honest purpose,' an' you'll find you'll seldom fail  To be pretty sure of getting,all the berries in your pail.  Hon. Martin Burrell Tells Enderby  People of Work,of His Department  The Enderby Opera House was  well filled by a representative audience last Thursday afternoon to  meet the Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture, who spent four  hours in Enderby to meet his many  friends, and to learn the needs of  Lhe district. Incidentally, Mr. Burrell desired to place himself ih a  position   to   answer   any   question  JUi-t  received:  A special  assortment  of Neilson's  Chocolates  which we  are selling  for 60c lb.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff  St. Enderby  WATER NOTICE  ada. In giving Dominion backing  to the new'laon, the Government  had demanded ample protection.  If the Government had riot'come to  the assistahce.of the road we would  not only have had a cessation of all  construction work, rbut we would  have experienced a setback to the  credit of the. Dominion for several  years.*    The. Government  said  to  that may be asked relating to the Messrs. .Mackenzie &' Mann, if we  policy, of .his department and to ex  plain the progressive legislation1 he  had introduced looking to the fuller  development ofjhe agricultural industry, of the- Dop-inion: To enable  as manv electors of'the District, to  are to assist you,' you must reduce  the capitalization of 1 your parent  and subsidiary - companies -from  $160,000,000 toJSl00,000,000, and of  this reduced; capitalization you are  to.retain .?60'.000;000,and must turn  in.- Enderby yet,, and don't expect to, but we hope tovstrike  better times soon. That's why  -folks' are/painting <��������������������������� the ;outside  of; their' stores ahd; houses-this  season���������������������������that, and the special  low prices" Ave arc giving on all  kinds of outside painting work.  C.G.PIPER     City Decorator  ^~   ^111* iK-  ==^SEA-_ED=jy-NDERS-addressed_,to.  the undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender' for Public Building, Mcrritt, B. C, will be received at this  oilicc until .4 P.M., on Tuesday, July  28, 1914, for the construction of a  Public Building at Mcrritt, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained al thc ollice of Mr.  ' Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C., at the Post  - Officer 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 wilh their actual signatures, slating their occupations and place of residence. In  the case of firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation  and place of residence of each  member, of the firm must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a  chartered bank, payable to the  order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of  the tender, which will be forfeited  if the person tendering decline to  enter into a contract/when called  upon to do so, or fail to complete  the work contracted for. If the  tender be not. accepted the cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind  itself to accept the lowest or any  tender.  By or.der,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 29, 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Department.���������������������������52586.  meet Mr. Burrell as might'desire to i o"v_i> "to:/thV /Dominion/' the \other,  hear him, the'Enderby Conservative U40,0.,00,0q"0/V.UndeYthis agreement;  Association,' executive,/sent ��������������������������� invita- J stioufd the-railwaVpompany" fail'to,  tions-tb all parts of the district, and "make good, aiHrthc Dominion have  to.take^over the Voad^the Dominion.  could not lose1' 6nZttielpropo'sitiori7-":  7 '''- Millions for"Agriculture ���������������������������;���������������������������    '"  ') Coming to the" wdrk?of his own  inspite of the diiliculty of getting  away, from, lhe harvest fields and,  the hay, there were, men from every  section; -and the-meeting \vas\a  most' representative  one,  and/the  spirit of the-nieetingniost favorable department,/Mr". /Burrell /recalled  to the Minister. Indeed, there are Tthe, pledge "made by Mr. .Borderi^in  few "men .who could command such j the 'campaign.. ot.l9il\/^6i^eye\'y\  a hearingf'as that given the Hon.! political leader/Is a*s/ particular i.n  Martin Burrell, wlio,always has're- the keeping of--nis election .pledges  tairied^'the/highest'esteem.-of the as Mr. Borden. One.of'the, planks  electors of, Enderby and ^District, ih^hV Borden platform called., for  regardless/of,party affiliations. ''thetgranting of liberal..assistance  Mayor Barnes occupied, the platform with the Minister/'and in a  few well-chosen words, introduced  the honorable gentleman 7  Mr. Burrell confined his remarks  largely  to  a  brief  resume'of his  Mr. Burrell explained how the  British Columbia' grant is divided,  which is indicative of the expenditures in other provinces:  For farm demonstration- and experimental plots, field competitions,  etc.,' $10,000; poultry demonstrations, $1,500; boys and girl's field  competitions, $2,500; cow testing,  ���������������������������association work, $3,000; horticultural-demonstration .plots, $4,000;  experimental work in vegetable  growing and green house work, $1,-  500; pathological and entomological  investigation 'work, $500;-" fruit  packing"competitions-and schools,  $1,000; "instructors in the different  phases "of agriculture and .horticulture, "^7,000; preparing and printing  bidletins/etc, $2,000; instruction?on  suppression of-noxious' -weeds,  $"4,000; ~ agricultural instruction in'  rs'chobls/'L '$15,000; ' 'miscellaneous,  S7QO ������������������'"?' . --   *      -     _7-^  -*���������������������������;- .-<"  t''Mt--Burrell spoke.strongly on- the  importance  of   agriculture''in,x the  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 lhe centre of S.W. 1-4  Sec. 28. Tp. 18, R. 9, West 6tha  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 the stream on the centre,  about 100 yards down stream from  the N. W. corner post of the Frac- -  tional S. E.' 1-4 Sec. 21, Tp. 18, R.  9, West. /    -  5. The purpose for which the  water is to be used is domestic.  6. The land on which the'"\valer  is to be. used is described as follows  ���������������������������The fractional S.E. 1-4 Sec. 21, .  Tp. 18, R. 9, west 6th meridian/   .- .  7. The quantity of water applied '  for is as follows: 150 gallons peK  day.        ' .   .     ���������������������������      ;' ";',/7-".  8...This.notice" was" posted*qn/the -  ground on the 17th day.o^Jiine,  1914. -. / ���������������������������-   ^ /��������������������������� ^W"   y.;    -'  ,9:-A'copy of this notice arid an  application pursuant thereto and to j  the-   requirements   of  the "Water,.  Act" will be filed in the office of the ,.  Water" Recorder at Vernon, B.C. Ob': '  jections may be filed with the said  Water Recorder; or with;the'* Comb-' "  troller ' ofr Water -Rights,-''Parliament Buildings; Victoria," B. C.7- ,>���������������������������;  The applicant claims priority as ,/  from the 20th' day of March,, 1911,/  being the date" when an .application*'/,  was" filed' with" the Government',of;'  the1"Dominion of Canada.-' // 'St"'S'  ., JAMES FOULDS JOH\SON,a,-:  ' . ��������������������������� "*   " .Applicant.T-^7  Norman Grant  BUILDER t&  CONTRACTOR  .'-_ /j-:.  "���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������- \*r-*S? * "**il  f t z7!\<    -^     1'  '^-- Ji5% '** ''X'Tkl  1 *���������������������������-I   t7if?_?*-jXJ'>L*ijf^ 3ft������������������l  estiiriates!!^?^1  y* -��������������������������� --.-���������������������������"-.��������������������������� .-lj**v������������������������������������^������������������^v������������������3m-i'J3S?-f_&<3S!  to tlie Provinces for the'purpose of  supplementing and extending the  work of agricullural.education and  the improvement of agriculture." -  The first thing he had done after  accepting the portfolio,of Minister  work in the interest of agriculture. | of Agriculture  was to prepare to  He explained the condition in  which.he found things on taking up  lhe-worlc-=of-=his^-departmentt=-and-  how.he had. found it necessary to  get rid of many side-lines which  had been previously loaded upon  the Agricultural Department and  yet had no.-bearing-in any way on  agriculture. . Since sloughing off  these side-issues, and confining thc  work of his.department Nto agriculture.- alone,' .he _ has succeeded in  making the Department of Agriculture take thc position it should  rightly hold.  Another matter-touched upon by  Mr. Burrell was Ihe position taken  by lhe Government in thc C. N. R.  bond issue. It was not through any  particular sympalhy lhat the Government held toward thc promoters of the C. N. H. that the' new  loan asked for the completion of  that road was backed by the Dominion. II was rather.a question of  saving the credit of the country.  The fmincial stringency that this  country as well as others is experiencing, has made it most difficult to finance the Government.  As individuals have found difficulties to meet and overcome, so has  the y Government. As re-adjustments were found necessary by the  individual, so had they been found  necessary by the Government.  And in thc case of the C. N. R.  it had been found absolutely necessary for the Dominion to lend its  assistance of the. road to avoid failure and injurv to thc credit of Can-. $51,310; Veterinary College, $20,000  from"agriculture."   And it must be]  agriculture-of -the-.diversified .type  Hc.said there .were but few people  who- realized the ' great need - of, a  change   from /the' straight' wheatr'  V yt -f   ^     * \   -        *-iM"     1     *   -    1',,      . *^ *  -.1-        ^ ,     _. i'  growing /policy; "'that*'has,, beeif/in  ydgue^ih th'e>'Nbrthw.est/'in'-recent  years.'', After, a most thoroughJ investigation/ he had'/jcai heel/that  that .the average cost'ofproduction  of-.a^bushel "of wheat in the Northwest "is 62c. The average yield in  "many parts is.from 20 to 21 bushels  tojthe acre,vand the average selling  price yis, 05c  a  bushel.    This was  growing produce  at  too  close  thc orth7'pro vince" ^f" Br itTah Columbil"  margin of profit and loss line, and j may be leased for'a term of twenty-"  it must be apparent to all farmers! one years at an - annual rentafof |1'  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINhVG REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in* Manitoba,    Saskatchewan and Alberta,    the    Yukon     Territory,    tht''  Northwest "Territories and a /"portion  thc, most satisfactory and remunerative.  Mr. Burrell deprecated the tendency of our young,men to flock to  thc cities, and predicted that thc  coining winter was certain to bring  suffering to thousands in thc cities  01' Canada. "In this country���������������������������an  agricultural-, country," s.iicl_ he,  "we have 46 per cent of our population residents in thc large cities."  At the conclusion of his remarks  a vociferous vote of thanks was  passed and three cheers given for  Mr. Burrell who pleasantly accepted . lhe compliment and expressed again (lie pleasure it gave  him to meet th people of Enderby  District, who always have shown  him such loyal support.  You, don't have lo be a villager;  be universal no matter where you  live.  carry-but this election pledge.    A  grant of $800,000 was made, to be  ,   .  -immcdiatel>^available���������������������������T-his^eii^lhat-c^  abled him to. proceed at once with  thc work.' His first step was to appoint an Agricultural Commissioner  to thoroughly" investigate the condition of agriculture in all parts of  the Dominion. As the result of the  Commissioner's' report a plan was  worked out which provided for the  expenditure of _$_10,p0p,000u during  the next ten years, on agriculture,  the Dominion Department co-oper-  aling with the various Provinces in  forwarding the movement. This  money is lo be distributed practically according to population, although in making the firs I dislribu-  tion the Government arranged so  as to give particularly generous  treatment to Ihe smaller and poorer  provinces. Each province received  a flat grant of $20,000, irrespective  of size, while there is a $20,000  grant for. velcrinary colleges. Mr.  Burrell explained that the first yenr  $700,000 was allotcd. This was increased to $800,000 for this fiscal  year/with an" additional $100,000 a  year until 1917/from "which time  $1,100,000 will be provided until  1923.  Of this year's allotment, Ontario  receives $230,808; Quebec, $187,-  409; Nova Scotia, $01,144; New  Brunswick, $49,407; Prince Edward Island, $27,832; British Columbia, $52,799; Manitoba, $58,075;  Sasakatchewan,    $01,152;    Alberta,  People of Enderby  AVhen you buy bread buy the  best, and make sure that it is made  in Enderby, and made by a while  man. Joe Doerflinger is trying to  build up a permanent, well-kepl  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 lo encourage such an  enterprise.  WilFblTleasecTto one applicant;  Application fur a lease must be  mads by tbe applicant in. person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated. //  In surveyed territory the land must -  be described    by    sections,   or   legal  sub-divisions of   sections, and in un~:  surveyed   territory   the tract applied '  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.     *,.... ." .-..//_  Each application must be accottf-  panied by.a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  dot 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 ol  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. it thc coal mining  rights are not being operated, 6uch  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but tlie leasee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be ibon-  srdered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of |10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W, CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  7N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  his advertisement    will  not be paid  for.  Don't buy oil  shares a lid  stand  off your local, merchants. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 23, 1914  ��������������������������� ^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������404444  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  IJSW:  ���������������������������  ... ���������������������������  "��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� .  ,���������������������������"  ���������������������������  :. ��������������������������� "  >  ��������������������������� - 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F^i__lte^"v-;/^/-"--':-'  ^azine Model K Linotype  .^HE/LQWEST/POSSI^  :.TH-Vr;CLASS:p^  w  classes of Commercial Job Printing, such as-���������������������������  Loose Leaf Billheads Puplicate Billinjg Forms  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates ���������������������������  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Financial Statements  Invitations  Butter Wrappers  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  .Posters^^-:_^:-_...:.;__.-,:^-_7..:  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Ball Programmes  Visiting Cards  Poultrymen'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  ���������������������������  oooo<x>ooooooooooooo<^^ !  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ ���������������������������j.  cf  Thursday, July 23, 1014  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  W '  %  \\  ORGANISATION AND   PROGRESS  Organization is the spirit of  progress!  You must stand for progress  or fall!   '  Let your desire be to know  what constitutes true success and  the willingness to take the  patient steps which lead to it;  the desire to correct errors; traits  and tendencies which retard advancement and the willingness  to receive new ideas and to act  upon them; the desire to act from  sound motives and the willingness  to give up false and temporary  success for vital and permanent  growth; the eagerness to realize  every wholesome opportunity;  the enthusiasm to strive for excellence for its own sake, and  the energy to push .on, pausing  'only when victory is won.  With this spirit, development  into rich reward is inevitable. It  is as natural as for a tree to grow.  Forget the price. Don't seek  to control the action of the individual. Xook rather to benefit  from an exchange of experiences  and be free with them1 Don't  be a peanut man. Little peanut  men live by themselves. They  imagine they have secrets and  they are afraid of somebody getting the secret away from. them'.  The fact is, we only, grow, as we  give, and anybody who locks the  world out shuts himself in.   ..  Organization���������������������������it is the spirit  of progress. *       ,  . The world may furnish many,  opportunities, appreciation will  quicken some motives,, and the  onward'movement of the world  can change some conditions/but  that spark of fire���������������������������the spirit of  progress must-come from within,  must spring up in a -moment of  noble, resolve, must never- be al-"  lowed to die, never to/want,,  never to!waver./ - ./��������������������������� ; r's  -'*-Organization' binds men into a  ifraternity,���������������������������' which spells -length  oldays, because it ''serves','\rid  its service is based upon scienti-,  fie knowledge!-, -, -' y /   .'-  SELF-HELP. THE BEST HELP  I  We often find that boys who  have.educated themselves in^ the  country,, almost; without schooling or teachers, make the' most  vigorous* thinkers.- v/They may  not.be-puife.aspolished or :culti?  vated, in some ways,-"-.but /they:  . have something better than/pol?  'ishvlaiidv'that is mental /vigor,  originality of method, and .:inde-,  pendence. They/do not lean,up-,  on.their schooling, or^depend upon their diplomas; necessity/has  been their teacher, and they have  been forced to, act for themselves  and be practical; they.know little  of theories/but they know vwhat  will work. They have gained  "power bysolving-their ownprob-  fems. Such self-educated self-  made men carry weight in their  communities because they are  men of power and think vigorously and strongly; they have  learned to concentrate the mind.  Self-help is the only help  that  will make strong, .yigorous lives.  Self-reliance is a great educator  and early poverty a good teacher.  Necessity has ever been the  priceless spur which has called  man out of himself and spurred  him on to his goal.  Grit is more than a match for  almost any handicap. It overcomes obstacles and abolishes  difficulties. It is the man who  makes an opportunity and does  not wait for it���������������������������the man who  helps himself and does not wait  to be helped, ���������������������������that makes the  strong thinker and vigorous  operator.  . It is he who dares to be himself and to work by his own programme, without imitating other s  who wins.  THE LAND OF  TO-MORROW  THE ROAD TO INFLUENCE  A few days ago I was in a great  business establishment a few  minutes before twelve../ As the  minute hand neared'th3,hour, I  noticed a general .cessation -of  work among all employees; and  when the bell sounded; exactly  at "twelve, there was a general  swishing of skirts and closing of  desks in unison,, with the precision of a well-adjusted machine.  , The stenographers and clerks  had been trained to leave on time.  - There was just one person who  remained at his desk after the  rest had stampeded. I asked the  owner of the business who the  man was who was at his work.  '-, "That;" answered he, "is the  manager of this department." ~  . "Ah," said I, "I see. Hestays  there because he is the manager."  . "No,." was the quick reply,  "he is manager because he stays  there."    :'   s, '  Get Up and Dust  7 The man who sits with-expec-  jtant countenance and idle"] hands  waiting, for. prosperity-to jolt up  against him, ;ahdiask; to/be taken  in oyer, night/^idsTfair to, be disappointed ."again:-; .There was  never a/time yet when prosperity  was, looking around for furnished  rooms in,the.house,of any person  on record. /Prosperity is not that  kind of an.animal;��������������������������� and ho, man  should^sit.with^his, mouth 'open  waiting for ;the-succulent article  to drop into "it. ;/He, will catch  nothing but a fe\vyunsatisfactory  flies, andiperhaps. a bad1 cold.  The man,w,hb,is/really/desirous  pt'cultivatirig - tKe acquaintance  of the illusiye creature will have  to put his hustling clothes oni as  heretofore; and get up and dust.  Itf the land of Tomorrow, near  the entrance gate, two newly arrived spirits met, and looked each  other in the face. One of them  was a strong'and beautiful spirit;  with shining garments and a  face full of clear light; but the  other was little and pinched and  gray, and she trembled and cowered as she wei t.  "What ails you?" asked the  first spirit, "that you cower  thus?"  "I am afraid!" answered the  second, ' 'It <is<all so strange here.  I have no home, no friends, and  I am alone and frightened."  "That is strange!" said the  strong spirit, "I never felt so at  home before. Everything is  friendly to my eyes. The. very  trees are as if I had known them  always."  . "Let me hold youfthand!" said  the frightened one." "You seem  so strong.and tread so freely.^ I  shall perhaps not be so afraid if  I am with you. I was a great  lady on earth. I lived, in a fine  house and had servants to run  and ride for me, and jewel0, and  rich dresses and everything, that  hea^t could desire, yet I, had to  leave them all in haste and come  to this strange place. It is very  terrible. Was it'so* with" you??.'  1 ' 'Nay,''' said the other.' 'I came  willingly." v ^  The frightened spirit clung to  the other and peered into-, her  face -" t  'Tell me," she cried. "Did we  ever meet on the 'earth? Your  face is1 not only friendly; it is ,  familiar. It is as ifl had^seen  you often, yet none of the noble  ladies I knew had such strength  arid grace.'" Who were you,,beautiful angel?"- -.//- *'''-' "  4 * "L was- your -washerwoman!"  said the other./  7 .5 / ' ~    <//  ;<_ No'Disgrace to b'e'JxCommon'lSS  i'        - ������������������    ������������������ ~ -,    ^ s    .���������������������������, b- a, .���������������������������vx 1. ���������������������������-.      _-, *. j  I  Sewing Machines  I am going out of the Sewing Machine business. I have TEN new machines and as many  more used machines, some of them as good as  new, that I am going to sell at prices that will  startle you-fbr CASH. Terms will be given  to responsible partiei at a slight advance over  cash prices.  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE    J. E. Crane, Prop,  "Disciplining"  the Boy  "Yes," he said, "my wife is a  strict disciplinarian with Bobby.  Whenever he goes -fishing without permission, she sends mm to  bed minus his supper.''/  . "Isn't that rather harsh?" .  / "Oh, no. She /always carries  supper up to him afterward.  if the person tendering decline to -  enter into a contract when called  upon to do so, or fail to complete  the  work  contracted  for.    If  the -  tender be not accepted the cheque  .will be returned.  The Department does, not-bind,  itself to accept the lowest or, any  tender.       ,     " ,/  By order,  H. C. DESROCHERS,  f  Secretary:  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 27, 1914.  Newspapers will not be.paid for./  this advertisement if they insert iV:  without authority from the Depart; >-���������������������������  ment.���������������������������63742.    * '       \   s :  IF YOU WOULD BE "LUCKY  ' Luck mews rising at six o'clock  in the morning.  ��������������������������� Living ori a dollar a day if you  earn two.  ^Minding���������������������������your-^ own���������������������������business  and not meddling with other  people's.  Luck means opportunities you  have never failed to grasp. The  trains you have never failed to  catch.  Luck means, trusting in God  and your own resources. .  COMING!  Representing  THE TORIC OPTICAL COMPANY  Eye Examiners and Makers of Quality Glasses  131 HASTINGS ST., West J VANCOUVER/B. C.  Will be at Prior's Jewelry Store, Enderby,  MONDAY, JULY 27th, from 11 a.m. until  TUESDAY, 12 o'clock noon, July 28th,  and will be pleased to have persons with defective eyesight call  and consult him., Eyeglasses, Spectacles and Artificial Eyes  fitted at a reasonable cost. Satisfaction guaranteed absolutely  on all work done.  Life is more thanimeat^much  more/ The body/:is;'ii-oreithah  raiment���������������������������muchS hioi*e|- Sir Vy aUt  ter Scott's daugHter:/bnce" made  aV remark. about'.?'framed person  b&ng;" vulgar;";^Thetgreat^kihd  heart bf they;, poet"' story/zteller  said //"Vulgar, means /common."  It.is no disgrace to'.;be; ��������������������������� common.  And the:best things /tih;. life arej  common."/TKatiis/what makes  "the life more than meat.-.'���������������������������'��������������������������� No  wealth,, no/ luxury/-,-no y4 costly  dishes, no raimentyever spun can  make the dull eye of ;the materia-  ist flash with inspiration at the  gorgeous hues of>the setting-.sun  as the clouds gleam. like burnished gold. . No /amount of  "purple and fine linen" can make  thesordid soul thrilhatrthe sight  of an opening rose wet with morning dew. .j'S-' . o  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, ' and, endorsed  "Tender for Drill Hall, Kamloops,  B.G.," win/be received at this oflice  until 4.00 P.M., on Friday,.July 24,  1914/for the ^construction, of the  aforesaid building." -'���������������������������    . ���������������������������-  "  -"- 'Plans, specification 'and form of  ^contract can be.seen, and forms.of  tender obtained at the oflice of. Mr.  Win. Henderson,/Resident Architects-Victoria, B. C on. application  to^tlie Caretaker of-Public Building,  , Kamloops, B.Cy, and"at"this Depart-  ���������������������������   Persons   tendering   are   notified  .that:tenders will not be considered  unless made on-\the prihtedyforms  Supplied, and. signed with their ac-;  ;tual signatures; stating their occu^  Rations and place, of residence./ In  the^caseof /inns, the actual .signature, Jhe; nature of the ^occupation  and -place   of���������������������������. residence' of>each  membeKof Uhe; firni must be-given.  '' Each   tender . must ' be l accompanied bV an.accepted xjheque on ar-  chartered   bank;   payable f";to'the  order of the. Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount of  the tender, which will be forfeited  *><���������������������������??..A.,-.s>.'  i.Vr1}  m7&  '7f\  rIn<ybe/Spbt;ljigl^  - :<������������������.*  .', On the stage of,business the spot?  ; light is on the man' who advertises./  ' Our -Classified' Want''Ads will,  ; place you or your needs in the lime/  light of public attention.7 ; i -������������������ /. j-f,  -������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������' If t you' have not tried .them, ���������������������������their/  illuminating power will surprise yoii.  rZnfVS&^ip  ^afi^a_a^|  ^777v*9$  ?;  f/  'At-  ...C-  7.0 n  Read the Store News  Frequently the best local news  is not to be found in the columns  of local gossip, but in our advertising columns. More and more  our local business men are realizing the value of advertising and  are making their store news interesting and attractive. You  may make an indirect loss, but a  loss nevertheless, if you fail to  study the store news in our advertising columns.  Green Snakes and Ripe Ones  1! Here's  Johnny-"Oh,   mama!  a little green snake!"  Mama-"Keep away from it  dear. It may be just as dangerous as a ripe'one."  0. K. Barber Shop  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Everything   new   and   up-to-date.  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  John Johnson  SALMON ARM, B. O.  Box 644 Phone 6H  Licenced   Auctioneer.     Sales attended to promptly.    Terms on applica-  ion, or through the Walker Press.  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 re-  garded as a good investment.  Advertising is a good investment���������������������������just as plate  glass windows are. Advertising sells more goods  to more persons than shop windows do.  L>  lS:  1    . . -V. -*'  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 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 23, 1914  !-���������������������������_>  Bring Your  Cash to the Big  Cash Store  Come in and see  our new line of  Crockery  Dinner Sets  3-piece Sets  and Single Pieces  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE  Very pretty patterns; can  always replace a piece that  may be broken from time to  time; and prices are low.  Bring Your Cash to the Big  Cash Store.  W. J. Woods  .SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ENDERBY  NOTICE  Public Notice is hereby given to  lhe Electors of lhe School District  of Enderby, lhal I require the presence of thc saitl Electors al thc Citv  Hall, Endcrbv, 13. C, on FRIDAY,  the 31sl day" of July, 1!)M, at 12  o'clock noon, for the purpose of  electing a person lo represent Ihein  as Trustee on th</"Roard of School  Trustees of Enderby in the place of  Air. A. Fulton, who has resigned.  The mode of Nomination of Candidates shall be as follows: The  Candidates shall be nominated. in  ���������������������������writing; the writing shall he subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder,  and shall he delivered to the Reluming Olliccr al any lime between  the dale of Ibis notice and -2 p.m.  of, the day of nomination: the said  writing may be in the form numbered 5 in the Schedule of the Municipal Elections' Act, and shall  stale lhe names, residence, and occupation or description- of each  person proposed, in such manner  as siillicienlly to identify such candidate; and in the event of a poll  being necessary, such poll will be  opened on MONDAY, the 3rd day  of August, 19H, al the Cily Mall,  Enderby, of which every person is  hereby required to take notice and  govern   himself   accordingly.    ���������������������������  The qualifications for a person  lo be nominated and elected as a  School Trustee are: That such  person is a British subject of the  full age of twenty-one years: is nol  disqualified under any law and has  been for the six months next preceding the day of nomination lhe  registered owner, in Ihe land registry ollice, of land or real property  in' the city school district, of lhe  assessed value on Ihe last municipal assessment roll, of live hundred dollars or more, over and  above any registered judgment or  charge, and who is.otherwise quali-  lied to vote at an election of school  -trust ees_i n_.the_-iiii.-LS <ilumU2i__l__i__k  Given under my hand at the City  Hall, Enderby, B.C., this 23rd day  of July, 191-1".  GRAHAM   ROSOMAN,  Returning Ollicer.  On July Jfilh Ihe C P. R. established a regular service between  Kaslo and Nakusp.  Don't  buy  oil  shares  when  need the money for home.  you  t!to������������������M  OF CANADA  Money Orders  issued by the  Union Bank oi Canada  can be conveniently secured,  safely forwarded, readily cashed,  and are inexpensive. Issued for  any sum up to $50.00, at a cost of  from 8c to loc. Payable at any  branch of any Chartered Bank in  Canada, Yukon excepted, and  in the principal cities of the  United States.  Enderby Branch,      J. W. GILLMAN, Manager  The following letter from the'Department of Agriculture is self-explanatory:      o  "The Department of Agriculture  has completed arrangements for  conducting experiments in early  vegetables and small fruits at  Summerland. Mr. J.L. Hilborn will  have charge of the work which will  be conducted on his properly on a  co-operative basis; its administration will be under Ihe direction of  R. M. Winslow, Provincial Horticulturist, as head of the Horticultural branch.  The operation of an Experimental Station for early vegetables  and small fruits in Ihe Southern  Okanagan is considered desirable  because of the excellent markets  for these products. Already a sufli-  cienl trade has been developed on  the prairies to juslify greater expansion. In addition, the Southern  Okanagan will shortly have favorable access to thc coast markets by  the Kettle Valley Railway.  "Mr. Hilborn has agreed to do  thc experimental work under the  supervision of the Provincial Horticulturist, and as thc work is lo be  conducted from a commercial view  point,' records will be kept of cost  of-.production and profits.  "Mr. Hilborn has also agreed to  receive visitors on the grounds and  instruct them regarding the progress of lhe work, and he will also  deliver addresses and give demonstrations with regard to it, at different places during thc winter.  "Mr. Hilborn is not at all new to  this work, having been in charge of  the Ontario Government's Fruit Experimental Station at Leamington,  Out., for a period of years; he was  also on the Provincial Advisory  Board, in charge of different-Fruit  Experiment Stations of the Province.  "Mr. D. Johnson, Fruit Commissioner, Ottawa, in a recent,letter,  congratulates the Department on  having secured Mr. Hilborn's services.. In his letter he'states that  'he was a pioneer fruit and vegetable grower of Leamington, and by  his progressive ideas and energy  has revolutionized that ' district.'  In a similar letter received from  P. W. Modgetls, Chief of the Fruit  Branch, Toronto, Mr. Hodgctts expresses regret at losing Mr. Hilborn  from Ontario, 'as he was considered  thc best man in the Leamington district, both for fruit and vegetable  growing.'  While something has already been  done to "demonstrate the commercial possibilities of greenhouses and  early vegetables in the Lower Okanagan. Ihe industry is comparatively new, and a large amounl of experimental work must of necessity  be done. The arrangement entered  into between the Provincial Department of Agriculture and Mr. Hilborn seems admirably calculated to  secure the carrying oh of this work  Tollie  TO EXTEND GOVERNMENT LINE  A welcome piece of news is the  calling of Mr. W. H. Stevens, District    Superintendent   -Government.  Telegraphs,   for   tenders   for   850.  poles for the proposed government  telephone line to be built from a  point opposite Kelowna on the west  side   of   the   lake   to   YVhiteman's  Creek.   This line has been the subject of agitation by the ranchers on  ! the west side of Okanaga.ii Lake and  | the   Kelowna  Board   of  Trade   for  i several   years   past,  and   now -that  j its construction is planned for the  early  future, |t  is in  order lo exchange  congratulations  all   round.  The telephone will prove a boon of  thc greatest magnitude to dwellers  on isolated ranches and settlements  on the west side, placing them in  speedy communication of medical  aid, if required, and in close touch  with their natural commercial centre, Kelowna, with a decidedly beneficial  effect on  the  trade of the  town.  The result f the persistent agitation shows that it pays to be a good  strong "kicker" when the' cause is  just, and Kelowna would have had  by now a number of things it is  equally entitled to if only an unremitting assault had been kept up  on the fortifications of the powers  that be.���������������������������Kelowna Courier.  &*.  j&.  <_.  :^' / A  ������������������  ^���������������������������A:A  Wfr-  '-^-iUiii.'.]  /A,  .>���������������������������*������������������  m  m  MORE   WATERVILLE  PICNICERS  "A fine country to live in. The  best roads we have ever driven  over." These were the unanimous  verdicts delivered by a party of  about thirt.VTpive pleasure seekers  from across the border, who "motored into town on Wednesday,  of the place, indulged in thc luxury  of a real dinner and drove on. The  party hailed from Watervillc, Wash.  They were charmed with the lake  country, to which they paid their  first visit.���������������������������Penticton Herald.  If you are bothered with headaches* squint, or cross-eye, or if  the glasses you now wear are unsatisfactory, consult Dr. Hirschbcrg,  specialist, al Prior's Jewelry store.  Enderby, Monday, July. 27, from  11 "a.m. until Tuesday noon, July 28.  Get-acquainted-with your competitor and you'll find yourself in good  company.  The unpardonable  sin:  Neglecting to close the screen door.  very best advantage.  Wm. E. Scott,  Deputy Minister of Agriculture  RAILWAY WORK SOON TO START  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  ORDER your Raspberries of Box  !)7, Edgewood Ranch; Al quality.  Market price, $1.75 per crate,  crate returned. Delivery, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays.  LOST ��������������������������� Automobile    whistle,    on  Deep Creek, Salmon Arm, Ender-  =H. y~to=A rrii s t ro ng=-roa d Sr=-Fi n d c r-  rewarded on  returning same to  Hope Bros., Armstrong.  / I  i  ������������������  COCMT  Concrete  Fence Posts  Last Forever  HTHEY never rot  A away in the  ground.   They stand  the hardest knocks and never  Have to be replaced, for they  are practically everlasting.  They are easily and cheaply  made and tare the most satisfactory of all fence posts.  Concrete Drain Tile  Cannot Decay  |ff Concrete drains do not decay and  are cheaper, because ��������������������������� they do not  crumble and stop- up drains, .hence  they need no.digging up or relaying.  Let us send you this free book, * W hat  the Farmer can do with Concrete  It shows you how to make concrete fence-  posts and will save you many dollars  when  doing other building 'round   the farm.  ��������������������������� Farmer's Information Bureau  Canada Cement Company Limited  534 Herald Building, Montreal  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement  Contractor  Btnlding Block  Cement Brick'  Lawn Vases  Graven Stones  Cemetery Supplies  ENDE RB Y,   B.   C.  C  . W. Bove  SECRET SOCIETIES  GRAHAM ROSOMAN..  ,   W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  PLUMBING, HEATING, TIN-  SMITHING & REPAIRING  Estimates furnished.  LOST���������������������������A   pearl -crescent   brooch,  binder   please   leave   at   Walker  r   Press.  LOST���������������������������On road between Vernon  and Enderby, small Brownie  camera.    Leave at Walker Press.  pur  Hoover's   gasoline  HAY     PRESSING ���������������������������Having  chased   Chas  huleing outiit, am prepared to  handle any size crop, by the ton.  h'or particulars apply, H. Halliday  Armstrong, B.C.  Agents wanted���������������������������to sell our Fruit  Tree Slock. Apply Royal Nurseries,  Lid., 207 Hastings St. W., Vancouver  II is apparent I rom many sources  that construction work on the C.  N. P. R. will soon he started.  Nearly all Ihe sleel ordered a  few weeks ago has been either delivered or is en route. Large shipments of rails for Ihe uncomplcled  sections of Hie main line west and  north of Kamloops are now on Ihe  ground at the base established on  the north side of the Thompson  river near Kninloops, and contractors are making arrangements  lo start Iracklaying along I lie river  towards Ihe eastern end of Ihe  steel at an early dale. A liig consignment of steel is coming by  water from Sidney, C.B., for Ihe  Patricia Bay branch and I ho other  lines on Vancouver Island, mid for  the portion of the main lino east of  Cisco, the- present v\u\ of ii-nck.  While nothing further bus been  given out by the engineering department since the recent statement thai  work   was  soon   to   begin   on   the  Kamloops-Okanngan     branch,    I he j ~   statement is made in reliable (piiir- !MRS. PARADIS,   Dress Making Par-  urs that  work  is lo be  proceeded     lor,   Clifl    street,   second   building  with within a few weeks. from    furniture   store.   Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work prompt'.y  executed. '  COMING���������������������������Dr. Hirschbcrg, Eye  Specialist, representing Toric Optical Co., of Vancouver, will be at  Prior's Jewelry Store,- Enderby, on  Monday, July 27, from 11 a.m., until  Tuesday noon, July 28th.  ���������������������������OR SALE���������������������������Fruit ranch in the  Okanagan. Any reasonable oiler  accepted. Owner must sell. Apply lo Mrs. C. C. Rice, 2124 4th  Ave., Vancouver; 'phone, High  138811.'  'OR SALR���������������������������Pressed brick, common  brick, cement and lime. W. A.  Russell, Enderby.  Don'  shares.  t borrow money lo buy oil  At Murrin Hardware Store,  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-f������������������d  and selected by our own buyers fro*  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot caBh, B  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  *t������������������S5-' ->a������������������gy   Eureka Lodge, No. 50  Meat's every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in 1. O.  0. P. hall, Metcalf block. Visiting brothers always   welcome. JAS. MARTIN, N. G.  C. PARKINSON, V. G.  R. E. WHEELER, Sec'y.  - J. B. GAYLORD. Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K..O- 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 suitablefnrConcerts, 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.  T\U. 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  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B. C.  EVERYBOBY'S    DOING   IT!  DOING WHAT?  Getting their Suits cleaned and  pressed at  A. E. WEST'S, Tk Endeiby Tailor  Monthly Contract- a Specialty  Orderstaken  For the famous Pittsburg Fence.  Also Building and Painting.  J. A.Milkr, Enderby  m  i  n  A.F.&AM     |  Enderby Lodge No. 40.  Regular meetings ..-first  Thursday on or-after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visntihfe  brethren cordially invited.  'i

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