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 t-WW-V  S >' . /-.    /   . *Vv^-  ���������������������������     ~i    n  %7  Enderby, B.C., July 16,' 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 20; Whole No."332  Local News of General Interest aiid GeneralNews of Iibcal Interest  ."\  CITY OF ENDERBY  Vs  fiT."  ��������������������������� f     '-T<  \v--:  The Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture, will arrive in  Enderby on this (Thursday) morning's train, and will spend a few  hours here. To enable him to personally meet as many of his friends  of Enderby and District as possible,  a meeting will be held at the En-  - derby Opera House at 2 p. m., of  which due notice has been given  through the mails. At the close of  the meeting Mr. Burrell will' be  driven to'Armstrong by motor.  Miss Louise Hoffman, leaves for  the coast on Friday. ,  Mrs. R.'Blackburn'returned form/  the coast-on Saturday.     "  Mr., and Mrs. A..E. Gillman ,re-  . turned fronV;Alberta'yesterday.'   '  ,.'   Rev. Mr.,Dow is spending a week  ���������������������������. qrtwo-in.camp^at Mabel -Lakev  /'" Mfs.S^alker^:and;-children will  / leave on /Saturday- for. the East^ to  f-' be- absent several weeks.  /���������������������������.A. Fulton has established a/stock  - brokerage/;firni^at ,Calgary,\,uruler(  7 the-flrm^riame of/A. Fulton)&���������������������������Cq^?r,  . "7 'The::Misses Fralucks of Bellville,  - Ont., are visiting. Mrs. J. C.^Crane,  on their return "east yfrdmlthe, coast.-  -Dr. A. G.\ Hirschfierg, represerit-  >' ing "the .Toric_~-Optic'al_-,Co.,.- Vari-  '   couver, will. visit-Enderby July 24th^  - . Mr. "arid Mrs. A. C.^L'eightpn returned' from, Kentwpod,v:I_a./'-'on*  Wednesday* '"Mr. j Leighton, very  '-' -much, improved iny health. S-,'.   /  . 7-.G. C7 Broad foot arid/,P. Mofan,  "bir'expcrts; ' came   in   fronts the,  ,  coast on Tuesday to investigate the  'oil bearing possibilities of- Enderby  district.      ,���������������������������     \  '."'_, ' .\. \~>~.  Mr. and Mrs. B. :Eorrestei"j6f Seattle, are visiting their son, Ed, and  family.    Mr. and.Mrs. W. J. For-  '   rester, of the Sound metropolis, are  also visiting their brother. ,.  Joe Doerflinger is preparing to  renovate the Enderby-billiard par-   lors._and--.will_endeavor_to_.make  these   parlors   as- popular   as   his  bakery and ice cream establishment.  Indian Agent Brown was in Enderby on Monday looking into the  claims of the Indians in connection  with the .reserve church fire. A  fuller investigation will be made on  the arrival of the priest this week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Johnston and  - family,- -accompanied by -their  friend, Mr. W. B. Smith, of Nelson,  arrived in Enderby on Wednesday  and will proceed to their camping  grounds on Mabel Lake, where they  annually enjoy a month's outing.  Mr. F. V. Moffet has taken over  the milling business of the Columbia Flouring Mills, at Vancouver,  and is in the market to buy Okanagan wheat at the highest price obtainable. The MolTct Flour Co., is  the firm name of the new enterprise.  Methodist Church services Sunday next: Morning at 11, subject  "Abraham, or the Home Life that  is Worth While;" Evening at 7.30,  subject "Lot, or the Home Life that  is a Failure." Afternoon service  at Mabel Lake school house at 2.30.  ]    DESTROYED BY LIGHTNING  The severest electrical storm of  the year visited the district Sunday  afternoon, accompanied.by a heavy  downpour.   In and about the vicinity of Mabel Lake,  several  small  cloudbursts played havoc with,the  roads, and  detained some of the  pleasure-seekers  who vmotored  to  the lake from Enderby, until the  following morning.   Lightning hit  at several points in the hills, and  on the Indian reserve the mission  church was  struck."  An hour or  more later the belfry of the church  broke out in ftarnes, and soon the  church was burned to"the.ground,  together withthe priests quarters  adjoining  the church.       The old  building situated 75 feet south of-  the   church -was' saved ; by   the  Indians.'tqgeth'er with, the seats and  other furnishings of .the ^hurcli.: _������������������  ''"- The Indians' bf * the reserve,; were  convinced Jh'aty'a whitemansef;fire  to the building; sqmey/eveh;,going  ,so" far as to%*say.ithaUthe"yisa,w\two  men pome up, tp^he/churchiandone  bf them go intovit'and^climbttq^the  bell tower,- then come-out and1 one  bfirthem ride away on/a,'wheel- in  ftluV direction of "Armstrong and -the  other walkaway in the "direction of  Enderby. .-���������������������������*Other  stories, quite  as  improbable were7 told,, .apparently  in/allsiricerity.   They,even ,went,sb  far 'asJ to'ifollow the jhan yon the  wheel,'' and^to send fonthe. Provincial" arid" City .Constables and demand'his,arrest. . The. man accused  quickly proved the absurdity of the  Indians' claim. " He happened tp be  the first person to "pass the church  and gave  the -alarm, at the same  time setting to work to help the Indians remove the church furnishings, afterward continuing on his  trip to the Stepney ranch.  "Thirl nd1 i aWTSa lino t=bcr riiiad e^ta  believe that the fire came from the  clouds..   "The High Tiyec" would  never set fire to his own house, they  say; and place the blame upon the  "white man devils."  The loss is a severe one to the reserve Indians. The tolal value of  the buildings destroyed will be in  the neighborhood of $3,000._  IDEAL FOR DAIRYING  Mr. and Mrs. A. B. ^Dorsey and  children, of Waterville, Wash., visited Enderby the week-end by auto.  Mr. Dorsey. is a grain farmer of the  Big Bend country. ' He is managing  17,000 acres for one of the grain  growing companies of the Big Bend,  and in addition has his own 640 to  handle, y Wheat is the - principal  cereal crop?, and"this is handled on  so," large a scale that acreage does  enter,into thc question after plans  are laid to handle the- first few  thousand acres.    1/ 7'    - S"  This-, was 'Mr/ Dbrsey's-first' trip  into the Okanagan. He was more  than' pleased, witlr conditions here.  But <whatr struck,him hardest was  to see such an ideal" country* as the  Enderby .district"'for dairying,  with,so~fewyof-'the-farmers into;it/  It was) .to. him������������������, remarkjableTto see  Ho~w^ readily/W  this'.district.',,Oh>/the-,hilltops';���������������������������side-  hills, and*in-,the'valleys "arid bottom  lands^everywhere^hertlffokedT^Ke'  found ,' white >clover���������������������������;g^qwing;, so  abundantly/:i.^rhere^  he'said,' the -men. who "are -familiar,  with\ .theX work/of^,raising "dairy  herds ^believe -that -tjbteyl-have '.the  ideal thing for, cow's/ and\poultry,  and" such^side-liries^ as naturally go  with these agricultural'branches. <  '- Aridih'e believed' that,'nb matter  ho\y good this portion of the-Okanagan may be for fruit and grain, it  would never reach its best until'the  farmers of the district, got into-the  dairy business in earnest and es-.  tablished their creameries, egg collecting stations, etc., through which  all could co-operate in the handling  and marketing of their produce.  CITY COUNCIL SESSION.  The regular session of, the. City  Council was held Monday��������������������������� evenit%  present,- May-ir Barnes, arid Aidji-  men Grant, Mipphy and Robinsor.  _ After the reading bf the minutes  Chai man Grint, of the Board ������������������.f  W-.Mks, .reported having prepar- d  plans and ca'Jcd for tenders for Ui-i  freition of a,storehouse on the recreation;, ground for the city r.ad  making'machinery.   .  Tenders   were   opened ^ for   the  erection of.same from::'    '   7  S.* Downham; for, ........ $210.7.r>  H. Gildefn'ces������������������er .]..7s7.7L 300.00  W.A. Russell .330.00  Chas:  Hawkins    .:...  230.00  The .tender   of   Chas.'  Hawkins  was accepted..,- -      -   ^/5 /_ ,";_ \  y Abetter from; the- Bank off Montreal stated/lhat,,t-ie bank was ^pre  pared ^ to. i'aclv^  d rainf-wprk"^t he city'- contemplated  doing" bnVVernon- Road *'and.~Belve-J  dere^street.j.- ,:s., ^^-V/^-'^-^ifW, "'3  ^Finance'���������������������������o-mriitteelrecomii-en'dea  theipayment .pr the .following: ?jw <  28.20  " 75.00  135.00!  ���������������������������2.70  ���������������������������75.OO;  BOARD  OF  SCHOOL .TRUSTEES  RESIGNATION ALREADY IN  Enderby Press, Enderby, B.C.  Dear Sir: I wish to inform you  that I sent in my resignation as a  member of the Enderby School  Board about a month ago.  Yours  sincerely,   A.   Fulton.  Calgary, July 11, 1914.  Geo. R. Sharpe and Bert Wilson had  a miraculous escape from serious injury  stacking hay on the Sharpe property  last Thursday. The stack pole fell and  grazed Bert's ears, and George was  knocked down and dragged across the  field in attempting to stop the horses.  Both are able to be about this week.  When you want a fruit sealer,  try the E. Z. seal Atlas jar. There  are none betler. No new tops to  buy each year.   Sold by Dill Bros.  Best quality raisins and currants,  full 1-lb. packages, two for 25c. Dill  Bros.  Friends of the Cottage Hospital  who contributed to the "shower"  given by the Ladies' Auxiliary, are  wondering why no acknowledgement has been made by the ladies.  We understand it is the intention of  the Auxiliary to issue a statement  to the public when, no doubt, due-  acknowledgement will be made for  all contributions received.  Parish of Enderby; 6th Sunday  after Trinity: Holy Communion, 8  a.m.; Mattins, 11 a.m.; Evensong,  7.30 p.m.  There will be a parade of Boy  Scouts', bn Monday next at 7.30 p.mi"  in the Drill Hall.  , _ '  For the hot weather you will want  a bottle of lime juice. Victoria  Cross at 40c; Rose's and Stainer's at  50c.    Dill Bros.  ==SEAbED-TENDERS-addressed-to-  the. undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Grading Fortune Public School Ground," will be received'at this ollice1 until 7 p.m.,  Monday, July 20th, 1914, for grading work on the ground of the  Fortune Public School, Enderby,  B.C.  Plan, specification, contract and  form of tender can be obtained at  the oflice of the undersigned on  depositing an accepted cheque for  Five Dollars, ($5.00) made payable  to the order of the Enderby Board  ofSchool Trustees, which will be  returned if a regular bid is submitted.  Each tender must be accompanied by. an accepted cheque on  a chartered bank, made payable to  thc order of the Board of School  Trustees of Enderby for fifty dollars, which will be forfeited if the  person tendering declines to enter  into a contract when called upon  to do so *  If the tender be not accepted,  cheque will be returned.  Tenders will only be considered  from' ratepayers of thc Enderby  School District. The Board does  not bind itself to accept the lowest  or any tender.  (Signed) 'IT. G. Daviks,  Secretary, Board of School Trustees of Enderby, B.C.  Enderby, B.C., .July 15th, 1914.  C-P7:R.; freight.y.y  Bank'Montreal, coupon  Union Bank.Scbupbns.  W. H. Flack, wages...  Bank Montreal, coupon.;  Bank/"       Bank  Ok  Bank  Citybf Vernon, prisoner  B.C. Anti-Tubercular Soc.v  Eiiderby Hardware Co....  The Walker Press, ptg   J. H.'Carefool, wages......  Bank Montreal.wood pipe.  W. H. Golightly, wages....  J. Folkard, wages : -     13.20  John Miller, wages  , -' 2.10  L. A. Paradis, wages*...... .90  T. Robinson; .wages       28.20  Chinaman, janitor work...        3.00  _Chu n g-Lec.-cleaning-  2.40.  J. Dale, wages   H. .G Davies   W. J. Woods, supplies  UNITED GROWERS-DOING WELL"  r&\  Step into the. Vernon.,offices "off S  the Okanagan  United ..Growers/at"7  this.season, and you will find all >,  hands and the chief busy/as bees,Vv-  amid the hum and click of- typewriters and .sundry record keepers.  Manager Robertson .is one, of "the  busiest men of, the office staff,,with  the requirements, of every.* depart:  ment- at his 'finger end|" and iariyeye,  on the business at every Jurn.7:  ,v .  Questioned' as - to; the ,'seasqn"s  outlook, Mr^Robcrtson, saiaVit' was  fully up/to their expectationsPe.In  marketing the''earlyrfruits^ctc.? th^  .Central Agency had met:with'.very  good - success, thusrTarv and ^these  were" the .rhqst" difficult of "all, fruits]  to?handle.^ He saw./no,yreason-to'  believe- but'" that the, recordAd_-;t-ie"  Growers'.this' season j-would .begone  of^'credit toHhat associatioriiandthe  V������������������Mr.-7Robertson-; J'is ^particularly  anxious*to,vsee:the-fgrowers������������������of;tthe w *  ^Enderby.t,district^co-operate*inMthe'- *      t  -matterkof'dairy-',and������������������-.pouUry^pro- * -  ducts. A-Heampresses^oneaWit-bhav-  ing a,thorough knowledge of.markets,r. w,,.,  _   _*_^i   Z-.i-    '* .-l"'.-,-,-i--���������������������������'---���������������������������',.'V-s-^jj,-..^^;;,.^;.^  buhregret that>our������������������growers.areinoi"j*M jj".vii*l  better nraam^edtso as'to*'take^nc"-'^' ---..���������������������������i.-^.l  , SfiVlft series of individual cases. JWe will  c'4.20 be judged on  the season's opera-  18-30 tio'ns and in this way only," said he:'  92.35  7.10 MERRY WEDDING BELLS V,  liTOTT  " .The marriage of Miss Cobb and  Mr. Chapman was solemnized by  the Rev. Comyn Chi tig," at All Saints.  .Churclu_y.ernon, .0 n__Thursda >7l_ast,.  Ok. Sawmills,Ltd, lumber.  Okanagan Telenhone Co..  Board of Trade donation.  14.15  11.40.  366.00  8.30  500.00  HAY PRESSING ��������������������������� Having purchased Chas. Hoover's gasoline  baleing  outfit,   am   prepared   to  ,; handle any size crop, by the ton.  For particulars apply, H. Halliday  Armstrong, B.C.  Agents wanted���������������������������to sell our Fruit  Tree Stock. Apply Royal Nurseries,  Ltd., 207 Hastings St. W., Vancouver  Buy your preserving sugar now:  20-lb sacks, SI.25; 100-lbs, $6.00;  cashor 30-day accounts.   Dill Bros.  8 5,152.68  H. R. Wilson addressed the Council, making a proposition looking  to the publication of a booklet illustrative of the-city and-district,  and asking the city to contribute  thc sum of 075.00 to the proposition. The members of the Council  regretted that they were not able  to grant the request.  Plans were received from the  cily engineers showing grades they  proposed to establish in the vicinity  of lhe .Fortune school. Plans re-f  ferred back for further information lo enable tbe Council lo pass  the necessary by-law.  A letter from G. B. Lawes complained of the inadequacy of his  water supply in the evenings for  household purposes owing to the  number of lawn taps which arc allowed to run Referred to thc  waterworks committee, as was also  a communication from G. L. Williams, asking for a connection with  the Johnston-street main.  Choo Chung made application for  the revision of water rate at present charged him. Rale reduced to  $2.50 per month.  The chairman of .the Board of  Trade appeared before the Council  to enquire when the Board might  expect the -S500 appropriated by  the Council for the purposes set  forth some time ago when the appropriation was made; The clerk  was authorized to add this amount  lo the report of the finance committee already passed. 77'"  Council adjourned at 11 p.ni>  Blue Ribbon Tea  is still  selling  for 40c   pound at Dill Bros.  in the presence of a few intimate  friend's and relatives.  The bride, attired in blue "silk  eolienne, wilh hat and veil of Point  d'Alcncon,- and carrying a shower  bouquet of white 'carnations' (the  gift of the bridegroom), was given  away by her cousin, Mr. R. Hadow.  Miss Sybil Salt, in white and blue  with hat to match (to whom the  I.I'dicgroom's present was a gold  and pearl brooch), officiated._as_  bridesmaid. Mr. Chapman "was  accompanied by,Mr. Gosnell as best  man. '   "'���������������������������        ' ���������������������������������������������'������������������.������������������  The ceremony was followed by a"  celebration of lhe Holy Communion.'  in which lhe bride, bridegroom,  bridesmaid and best man participated. Mr. Dubec was at the organ  and ably-played suitable music,  terminating . with the Wedding  March as the bridal procession left  the church.  Mr. and Mrs. Chapman rtia.lc a  brief stay at Okanagan Lakc'points,  returning lo their new home,  "Wykcham," Loon Lake, yesterday.  JULY  WINDOW SHOW  The dale of Enderby's next window show is set for Saturday next,  July 18th.  The show will be held in thc  windows of the Murrin Hardware  Co., and Mr. A. McPherson has consented to take charge of this show  as lie did thc last, and to act as  judge. The, same regulations will  be observed as were followed in  the June show. All exhibits must  be on hand by noon of Saturday,  and judging will be finished by 5  o'clock. It is urged that all members who can assist in the work  should be within call during the  afternoon. All children's exhibits  will be taken without entry fee.  Adults are required to become  members of the Society to exhibit,  for prizes. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 16, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Publish-,  every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C.  Walker  Press.  at $2  per  year,   by  tha  Advertising Rates:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  Legal Notices:   12- a line first insertion: 8c a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  JULY 16, 1914  HON. MARTIN BURRELL  It will be a great pleasure .lor many citizens ol*  Endcrby District to have the opportunity to meet  the Hon. Martin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture,  on his arrival in Enderby to-day/ / The meeting  to be held This afternoon in the Enderby Opera  House, is not of political significance. It has, indeed, nothing to do with politics. It is Mr. Bur-  rcll's wish to meet thc people���������������������������his friends���������������������������of  the" Enderby District, not to talk politics, but to  tell them as he alone can, of the service he has  endeavored lo render as a member of thc Ottawa  Government, and to learn from I hem, first hand,  how he can be of further service to the constituency he has represented so well.  Mr. Burrell is not a politician. He is a bigger  man. He is an idealist that makes his dreams  conic true. His practical legislation in thc interest of thc agriculturists and fruit men, has  won for him an honored position in the ioreranks  of tlie leaders of his party, and as such the citizens of Enderby District, regardless of parly  alliliations, will delight lo greet him.  It is easier to damn than to forgive, and, since  "man makes God in his own image," he teaches,  -aiKl-is=nioi-G^PGa(ly-toJjc!iave,-.thaLGodJ_ias_ic_bo_s_en  the lesser virtue rather than exercise thc greater.  PREMIER ROBLIN'S MAJORITY REDUCED  Latest returns from Manitoba give Premier  Roblin a majority of four, as the result of the  elections held there last Friday. Premier Rob-  lin's majority in Duffcrin, which was -156 at the  last election, was cut down to 127. Pour out of  the six Winnipeg seats went Liberal.  This result was nol entirely unlooked for by  old-line Conservatives in touch with jpolilical  affairs in Manitoba. Strong as Premier Robliu  has been, and popular as he still is, yet, there  were-so many things, even within the ranks of  his own parly, against which lie had lo fight, that  some even went so far as to doubt his ability to  carry with a large enough majority to control lhe  next parliament. . Speaking of the result, Sir  Rodman said:  "Although the Government has had its majority  seriously reduced, it will continue its progressive and  beneficial conduct of Ihe Province's a Hairs with a  sullicicnt majority. Its opponents had nol been able,  lo criticise its railway, immigration, agricultural and  financial policies, and this was an evidence of the  government's soundness. The Ihings we have reason  lo regret is that the seeds of dissension and distrust  have been sown so abundantly by our Liberal friends  that the government majority has been reduced.  However, we hope lo win back Ihe support that has  been withdrawn."  KEEPING DOWN NOXIOUS WEEDS  The Department of Agriculture is taking more  active steps lhis season than ever before to keep  down the noxious weed pest, and has prepared a  circular    letter   dealing    wilh    ils   eradication  which should be in the hands of every farmer  and land owner. But no matter what steps the  Government takes in this connection, there can  not be much headway made without the active  co-operation of those whose interests are most  at stake. .With this co-operation, and the active  recognition by each individual holder of land,  cultivated and uncultivated, that upon him and  him alone rests the responsibility for keeping his  own place clean, the work of cleaning up disricts  would not be al all impossible. Indeed, where  this recognition of responsibility has been followed by concerted action on the part of the land  holders, the pest has been overcome in many districts in a very short lime.  And in no other way can this much sought-for  condition be achieved. At no period in the history of agriculture has the noxious weed problem  been solved by any other method. Determined  personal work on lhe part of all is thc only way.  There is no magic wav. Thc Government can do  no more than point thc way. Thc rest remains  with the men on the land.  I would be obliged if yon would call Ihe attention  of farmers and land owners generally in your district, says the Deputy Minister ol"Agriculture, to the  necessity for waging a vigorous campaign against  noxious weeds, which are becoming so prevalent in  many of our best fanning districts throughout the  Province.  All Provincial constables and forest guards have  been again nppintcd as agents for this Department  towards the enforcement of the provisions of the  Noxious Weed Act. In addition, noxious weed inspectors have been appointed in different districts of  the Province, whose duties will be to carefully go  over their districts, see that farmers and land owners  arc taking thc necessary steps to destroy the weeds  growing on their lands, and in thc event of non-compliance wilh notices served on him, to institute proceedings against them.  The Department is determined to use every legitimate effort to have the provisions of thc Act strictly,  enforced, and we look for the whole-hearted co-operation of tbe farmers themselves in this most important  matter. '  1 would also draw your attention to the attached  statement, which has been drawn up in the Department, with regard to the noxious weeds which are  listed in the Act. Methods of destruction are outlined,  and I think lhat the publication of same would be of  material benefit to tbe agriculturists of the Province:  The following table shows that weeds may be divided into three classes: annuals, biennials and perennials. (1) Annuals complete their growth in a year.  The prevention of the formation of seed for one year,  followed by careful cultivation to kill all young plants,  will soon eradicate animals, tn addition to this, all  seed in soil should be encouraged to germinate in  orderTo complete control. (2) Biennials require two  seasons to complete their growth, the flowers and  seeds being produced during the second, year. Due  notice should be taken of this fact when fighting  weeds of this class. (3) Perennials are plants which  continue to grow for many years, being propagated by  underground root-stalks, stems, etc., as well as by  seeds. The aim in fighting perennials should be to  prevent any growth from being made, hence starve  the root systems.  There is no known weed which cannot be eradicated  if proper measures arc taken. Never allow seeds to  ripen, and if they do, encourage them to grow so the  plants may be killed by cultivation.  Annuals  ,  Russian Thistle, flowers July-September; control by  harrowing grain crop as late as possible; hand-pull  weeds   from  waste   places;   prevent  any   seed  from  ripening.  Wild Mustard: flowers June-September; seeds  August-September: control by planting clean seed; ro-  late="cropsti-induec-dor-manUsec(Uin=_soiUto--geEminalei  by giving good cultivation; hand-pull.  Tumbling Mustard and Ball Mustard: Flower June-  August; seed, July-September; control by same treatment as Wild Mustard.  Stink Weed: Flowers, May until frost comes; seeds,  July until frost comes; destroy plants before seeds  ripen; encourage seed in soil lo germinate and then  kill young plants wilh harrow.  Ragweed: Flowers, July-Seplemher; seeds, Aegust-  November; band-pull from grain fields and mow from  roadsides before, seed ripens.  Blue Bur or Stick-seed: Flowers, June-August; seeds  July-October; sow clean seed; hand-pull from waste,  places and mow young plants lo prevent formation of  seed.  Dodder: Flowers, June and July; seeds, August and  September: Sow clean seed; hand-pull when it appears  and if in patches cover with straw and burn.  Wild Oats: Flowers in June and July; seeds, July  and August; Rotation of crops, with clean cultivation  of lhe hoed crop; induce seed io germinate in spring  and then kill young plants.  Biennials  Bull Thistle:    Flowers,   June-August;    seeds,  July-  September; plough or cut down before flowers open;  in pastures cut below crown of plant.    Prevent formation of any seed for two years.  Perennials  Canadian    Thistle:    Mowers,   June-August;    seeds,  July-September;   Plow  or  cut   down   before  flowers  open, or mow then and plow .is soon as new growth  appears; use short crop rotations.  Perenniel Sow Thistle: Flowers, June-August; seeds,  July-September; Prevent leaf growth by plowing  field frequently, or by digging plants. Use cultivated  crops.  Couch or Quack Grass: Flowers, June; \seeds, July-  August; Plow shallow in June, lcmove root-stalks, use  cultivated crops.  BANK of MONTREAL  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Established 1817  Rest,  $16,000,0.0  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 rat������������������s.  Interest credited 30th June und 31st December.  A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  ENDERBY BRANCH  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. Endorb  Canada's Best Flour  OGILVIE'S  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  For Bread arid Pastry  ''At FLEWWELLINGS Feed Store  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.  jangEdwardHoteLp^^���������������������������^ Enderby  :___������������������-  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit Land Hay Land  Town Lots  The Liverpool & London A Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  Lontion-Lanea.hir- Fire Insurance Co. >  Royal Insurance Co.,of 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 your  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  10.55 lv Sicamous  Northbound  ar. 17.00  11.20  11.40  11.54  12.20  12.28  12.38  13.05  13.25  ar,  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg  10.15  15.59  15.44  15.15  15.07  14.55  14.30  lv. 14.15  II. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  JNO BURNHAM  \gcnt  Enderby  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  DE9IGNS  Copyrights Ac  Anyone^endlnf a sketch and description nay  quickly ascertain our opinion tt������������������% whether an  tnrontyon Is probably patentable!. Communlcn-  ttons strictly confldenttal. HANDBOOK on Patents  ���������������������������ont free. Oldest Twcnoy for seouriag patents.  Patents t-ken through Munn & Co. reoalv*  tpetiai notiu, without charge, In th*  Scientific American.  A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. Largest etr-  oblation of any .-Icntinc journal. Twins for  Canada, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid.   Said by  alj pewgd-ileri.  ~~,Z������������������ Mo.*"*"** Hew York  Branch Office, C2- V SU Washington, D. O. &  Thursday, July 16, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SECRET SOCIETIES  ���������������������������M^-4-H-I-W-H-H-i-J-H-.  i___L_.  A.F.&A.M. fSummer Pleasures in One of the  T_nderby Lodge No. 40.  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or nf������������������er the  full moon at 8 p. m. m Oddfellows Hall. VisftilUr  brethren cordially invited.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  I. 0.0. F.        Eureka Lodge, No, 60  Meets every Tuesday evening- at 8o'clock, in I. 0.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. W. H. LOGAN, >N. G.  JAS. MAUT1N, V. G.  R. E. WHEELER. Sec'y.  GEO. BELLAMY. Treas.  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 Sta. ENDERBY  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  '   Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block  Enderby, B.C.  Concrete js the.best  building material'  It needs-  No Repairs  Its use.  rheans  Economy.  Canada Cement  makes the most satisfactory concrete; , Get my prices before  placing your order for. Concrete  Blocks, Brick and Tile. I carry  a full line "fori every- purpose,, or  can fill special orders promptly.  J S. JOHNSTONE, Enderby  C.  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.  Wehaven'tstrucKOil  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  Dominion's National Parks I  Situated in thc Rocky Mountains National Park  oi* Canada, Banff the Beautiful is one of thc  world's greatest tourist resorts. Alighting from  thc C. P. R. train one is met by a number of rigs  and busses lo convey him to lhe. hotel he may  select. This point having been settled, there arc  many places of interest and beauty to be visited.  Take for example the drive around by the celebrated Bow River Falls, and then doubling back  to Tunnel Mountain, and climbing to its summit  by way of, the Corkscrew Drive, and descending  again close to the buffalo corral, where some of  thc finest specimens of this species may be seen.  'From there continue the journey Jo the Cave and  (Basin, thc natural open-air "sulphur, spring. At  this latter point the Government has erected  comfortable accommodation for those' wishing  to enjoy the benefits and the delight of hot sulphur water bathing.  Should a person desire a sulphur bath of higher  temperature, then let him ������������������visil thc upper hot  springs, situated on Sulphur Mountain, where  commodious bathing places have been erected,  and where the water is from .15 to 20 degrees  warmer than at the Cave and Basin.  The trip to thc observatory on the top of Sulphur Mountain, is well worth taking, and may be  made either on horseback or on foot. The trail  is easy and well-defined, and the view grand.  Sun Dance Canyon is also within easy, driving  distance, and is another of the beauty spots ol  this favorite resort. Five miles from Banff lies  the mining villiage of Bankhead, reached by a  good road running along thc base of Mount Run-  die. Here may be seen the anthracite mines op-  crated by the Bankhead Mines Ltd. It is here  that a million-dollar plant and equipment was  put in for the purpose of manufacturing  briquettes.   .  Thirteen miles from Banff by a good wagon  road lies the town of Canmorc.   In making this  , journey one passes those curious natural objects  .known as the Hoodoos/ and approaching Can-  more comes within sight "of those fine peaks, the  * Three Sisters.. , .    . -.-'''-,  .Close, to the bridge across the. Bow river is  situated ,the Government building,., and,the,animal-cages.. In Ithe former is housed a fine.cbllec-  ���������������������������.; tion of birds and beasts, whilst in .theHatter may  be seen Uie .-living' animals of the district^, such as  bear, mountain"'lion?Jynx, badger, raccoon, kit  fox, fed;fox, ctc.y '       -7     ^y'1-   -7--V.*.-* ; '-    ...���������������������������  lK      Thc scenery, of Banff must be seen to be really  '" appreciated.'  Mere words cannot ^adequately des-.  . cribe it.But; "not, only in the summer time is this  . point worthy of.a.visit, y  In the'-winter.there is  .excellent-skating arid curling to be had, and,the  grandeur of the snow clad mountains .cannot fail  '.'���������������������������'to impress one.'. '\.V        *"'���������������������������,'   ~' -  Coming*westward, the next stopping"place is  Lake \ Louise, without- doubt one of the most  beautiful spots in the Canadian Rockies. "Back*  from the railroad, three miles from the'station,  is situated the C. P. R. hotel, directly on the shore  of Lake Louise, and facing the Victoria Glacier, a  !solid mass of snow and ice.  Lake Louise is about 2 1-2 miles long by 1 3-4  miles wide, and on its surface is reflected- the,  snow-clad, peaks   and   the   dark   green of the  wooded slopes.   It is quite safe to *say that never  does the surface of the lake appear the same for  fifteen minutes at a time.     The best time to see '  ���������������������������this; beautiful Jake isat sunrise.   Just imagine if '  possible seeing snow-clocrVictofia surgcTi7\vith-ir"  ,. delicate rosy pink; then look into" the surface of  the lake, and here.is reflected thc whole scene,  surrounded by the green of the forest slopes.  Taking the trail from thc hotel up to thc Bee  Hive Mountain, one reaches first of all Mirror  Lake, and standing at thc lakeside, you may obtain a splendid view of thc magnificent Bridal  Falls, over which the waters from Lake Agnes  flow. Climbing the stairway beside the falls you -  reach Lake Agnes, otherwise known as the "Lake  in the Clouds," and here get a view of Lake Agnes  Mirror Lake, Lake Louise and the Bow Valley,  wilh thc Bow river flowing along like a thin silver  thread. Thc climb up Mount Saddleback is an  easy one, and may be made nearly the whole way  by ponies. Thc trip out lo Moraine Lake in the  Valley of thc Ten Peaks is over a well-made carriage drive, but thc trip by thc trail more than  repays one.  Rev. Dr. C. W. Gordon's description of all who  do not believe in his policy of "Banish thc Bar,"  as "indecent citizens," leagued with "thc organized forces of vice and crime" must have been  inspired by the New Testament. In.Christ's day  about seventy-five per cent, of the Jewish religious world seems to have been composed of.  Rev. Dr. C. W. Gordons. They were all very  good people. In fact, they were so good that they  had a monopoly on all virtue and left the rest of  the population without any.���������������������������Winnipeg Post.  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 boost  our town?  and boom our business���������������������������why not  We're now. in the Linotype  Class of Printers ,  *���������������������������  ;-q  r~*' ������������������ '-V-i  j *���������������������������������������������  : ;    J-iJ.  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S$v������������������ rf^a  ���������������������������V^1.*     ,   ���������������������������  Two-Magazine Model K Linotype  WHICH MEANS THE BEST CLASS OF WORKMANSHIP AT  THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES COMPATIBLE WITH  THAT CLASS OF WORKMANSHIP.  ^^^We-are^now^'ully-equippcdHo^handlc-qiWshort^noticcr-alL  classes of Commercial Job Printing, such as���������������������������  l-H^hH-l~MHH~M^-S-M^H-HHH-H'    4-H^^������������������H-I-l-H^-!~H������������������.-H-W-IH-H-I  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Financial Statements  Invitations  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers ~ ?  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Ball Programmes  Visiting Cards  Poultrymen's Mating Lists        1  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������W^^W������������������^"Mill ���������������������������������������������-l������������������-l ���������������������������        ���������������������������    ���������������������������*_������������������������������������������������������^-���������������������������--^������������������������������������������������������-W^W-W^"^  When your Letter Paper runs low, let  us print the next lot.       Walker Press THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 16, 1914  TOWN AND  COUNTRY  That everybody is healthier in  the country than in the city is so  frequently asserted as   an absolute fact that nobody ventures to  question it.    Yet the very curious  statistics collected   by  Dr.   Frc-  mantle, a country medical officer  in England, would seem to  leave  it a very   even   question.    It  is  curious to learn from these statistics that   the  town   child  has  markedly better teeth   than  the  country one, and  is   much   less  subject to adenoids and enlarged  tonsils.    Eyesight is worse in the  country than in the town schools,  but, in the latter, there is a   larger   proportion  of   stammerers  among the very young, whereas,  when the age of twelve is reached  more country than town children  stammer or  lisp.    Deafness    is  much more common in town than  in country children, but the percentage of tuberculosis and rickets are about the same for both.  One very strange   fact   is   that  mental deficiency is found to be  more common in the towns than  in the country while the proportion of children  suffering from  insufficient nutrition is very much  larger in the towns than in the  villages.    Altogether the   report  is most interesting.    It seems to  show that the attention received  by the   town   child   more  than  makes up for the   less   healthy  surroundings in   which it lives,  and that the. tax of town life is  rather upon the brain than upon  the body.  VILLAGE SAYINGS  BOLD YOUNG THING  Marie Lloyd,the clever English  comedienne, recently said to  a reporter who was interrogating her about her customhouse troubles:  ' 'Your questions are becoming  too direct. You are like the  young baronet.  "A young baronet, at a dinner  party, sat beside a young countess whose arms were particularly white and beautiful.  "I was vaccinated yesterday,"  the   countess   said    during the  course of frozen punch and Rus-  | sian cigarettes that preceded the  ' game.  "Vaccinated, eh?" said the  baronet, and, screwing in his  monocle, he stared at both her  fresh, round arms intently. Then  he added:  "Where were you vaccinated?"  "In'London,' said the countess, with a cold little laugh."  Some people are so timid that  they are never impudent except  to friends.  . One of the greatest accomplishments in the world is to be able  to back up- the minute you find  yourself going wrong.  More people seem to be reaching that.desperate frame of mind  where they don't care if the  neighbors do know what they do  on Sunday.  The better you get acquainted  with a man and his wife, the  more surely you discover that  they are a little afraid of each  other.  One rich man's son who has all  the money he can spend, and  nothing to do, will spoil ten young  men in'the course of his life.  I have often been severely  criticized because of failure to appreciate a song as much as the  girl who sang it.  Don't.depend on the Committee;  do it yourself.  Take an occasional chance; the  sure things are all tied.  When you go on a journey and  exspect someone to meet you at  Tfjhe station,' "'ahd^rtD^ohiEr^c^esr  ever notice how funny you   feel.  ,1   GOOD LISTENER  A ring of the telephone attracted the attention of the office boy.  "A lady wishes to talk to you,  sir," he said, addressing the senior partner. The senior / partner  took up the instrument and stood  at the phone for several minutes,  a very tired and bored expression  on his face. Then he laid the  receiver down and went back to  his desk.  Twenty minutes later he went  to the telephone, said a few  words, and hung up the receiver.  Then he turned to his partner,  who was looking at him in . a  mystified and puzzled way.  "It was my wife," he explained. "She was still talking and  hadn't even missed me." ���������������������������  Nol of ihe Safely Type  When the train stopped at a  little southern' station the northern tourists sauntered out-on the  platform. Undea a scrub oak  stood a lean animal with scraggy  bristles. The tourist was interested. ' 'What do you call that ?"  he enquired of a lanky native.  "Razor back hawg."  "Well, what is he doing rubbing against that tree?"  "He's stropping himself mister; jest stropping himself."  A mummy is defined as an unobjectionable person whose morals  ;ire  nol  quc_!ioned.  Helped Ihe Clock Oi:i  "I was in an awkward predicament yesterday morning," said  a husband to another.  "How was that?"  "Why, I came home late, and  my wife heard me and said, 'John,  what time is it?' and I said, 'only  twelve, my dear,' and just then  that cuckoo clock of ours sang  out three times."  "What did you do?"  ������������������������������������������������������Wh-yrl-just-had-to^stand-there-  and cuckoo nine times more."  Judge :i woman by her looks, a  man by what lie does and a merchant bv his advertisement.  Today's   work   is   a   preparation i     People who do nol play together  Cor  tomorrow's. Icannol  work  lordlier long.   COMING!  Representing  THE TORIC OPTICAL COMPANY  Eye Examiners and Makers of Quality Glasses  131 HASTINGS ST., West VANCOUVER, B. C.  Will he ;il Prior's Jewelry Slorc, Enderhv,  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.  UNFAIR   CRITICISM    q   ������������������������������������������������������  No one has a right to complain  of fair critr.ism, bul, in order lo  manufacture party capital, the  Liberals frequently attack lhe  Borden administration in a very  unfair manner, and in such a way  as lo injure "he credit of the country. \\erc is a Liberal paper declaring that "for .some lime back, since  the Tories came in, lhe slocks of  British India have actually stood  higher in the London market than  those of Canada;" adding lhat  "things have come lo a pretty pass  when we have to lake our hats oil'  lo lhe Hindoo during our borrowing trips lo Lombard street."  Mad lhe editor turned to any  book of reference on financial subjects, he would not have made lhis  blunder. Indian stocks occupy a  singular position in the market.  Tlie London Economist, in a recent  article on British and Colonial  slocks, says:  "Indian slocks arc generally included in the Consol group itself,  although they are nol specifically  guaranteed by tbe British Government, as are Irish Land Stocks,  Transvaal Threes, and Local Loans.  Still, India is not a self-governing  country like Canada, Australia, or  ���������������������������South Africa. .The prospectus of  the last Indian Government 3 1-2  per cent, slock issue did not con-  lain the proviso usual in Colonial  slock prospectuses, to the effect  lhat tlie Consolidated Fund of the  United Kingdom is not liable, di-  reclly or indirectly, for the loans  of thc Colonies. It is generally accepted, therefore, lhal the British  Government has al least a moral  obligation with regard to 'Indian  finances, and for this reason Indian  stocks command a higher price  lhan Colonial slocks."  By all moans, let our Liberal  friends belabor Mr. Borden for all  the sins of which they imagine  him to be guilty, bul why, in order  to injure him, injure thc country.  'STAND  WITHOUT HITCHING  The motor  car   was standing  very still by the roadside, like  Harry Tate's in his sketch.  "Trouble?" asked a bystander.  "Yes." "What power car is it?"  "Forty-horse." "What seems to  be the matter with it?" "Well,'  from the way she acts, I should  say that thirty-nine of the horses  were dead."  Pr/erred Sausage  "What kind of meat have you  this morning?" asked the husband of the butcher.  "The best steak we have ever  had, sir. Here you are, sir, as  smooth as velvet and as tender  as a woman's heart."  "I'll take sausage."  'SluPivVts ~NoTOTTserving. '  ��������������������������� "Miss Kneehi has no visible  means of support," snapped the  envious one.  "Hm," grunted the observing  male, "guess you never saw her  on the street on a rainy day, did  you ?"���������������������������Hardware News.  Climbing in Society  "You folks are being taken up  by society, aren't you?"  "Well, we don't believe in  bragging, but we know three  ladies who smoke cigarettes."  People of Enderby  When you buy bread buy thc  best, and make sure lhal it is made j  in l_ndcrby, and made by a while j  man. .loe Doerflinger is trying to  build up a permanent; well-kepl  and safe bakery business in l_n-  derby. Don't you think it is worth  something lo Ihe town lo have an  establishment of this kind ? Then  do your pari lo encourage such an  enterprise.  John Johnson  SALMON ARM, B.  0.  Box  G'M Phone GH  Licencod   Auctioneer.     Sales attended to promptly.     Terms on applica-  ion, or through thc Walker Press.  Sewing Machines  I am going out of the Sewing Machine business. 1 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-for CASH. Terms will be given  to responsible parties at a slight advance over  cash prices.  I  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE    J. E. Crane, Prop.  ���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������  Here's some good slufl' fori the  oil slock iish from the Greenwood  Ledge: "Quit chasing the golden  dump al ihe end of the rainbow,  and develop the resources fnat nature has placed within sight of your  own eyes."  Don't think you are a rich man  when you have bought oil shares.  the lender, which will be forfeited  if the person tendering decline to  enter inlo a contract when called  ui)oii to do so, or fail to complete  Lhe work contracted for. If ihe  lender be nol accepted thc cheque  will be returned.  The Department does not bind  itself to accept tbe lowest or any  lender.  By order,  R. C. DESROCIIERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,'  Ottawa, June 27, 1914.  Newspapers will nol be paid for  Ibis advertisement if Ihcy insert it  without authority from the Department.���������������������������G37'12.    ,  SEALED LENDERS addressed, to  ihe undersigned, , and endorsed  "Tender for Drill Hall, Kamloops,  B.C.," will be received at this oilice  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.  Wm. Henderson, Resident Archi:  teel, Victoria, B. C, on application  lo the Caretaker" of Public Building,  Kamloops, B.C., and at this Department.  Persons, tendering arc notified  that tenders will not be considered  unless made 'on the printed forms  supplied, and signed wilh their actual signatures, staling their occupations and place of residence. In  lhe case of .inns, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation  and place of -residence of each  member of lhe linn must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a  chartered bank, payable to .the  order of the Honourable thc Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of thc amount of  the Spot Light  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 thc lime  light of public attention.'  ������������������- . If you have not tried them, their  illuminating power will surprise you.  Losing Saving  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.  i  Anything that increases favor, that adds to sales,  that multiplies customers is very properly regarded 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.  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 ,���������������������������������������������<?-  d  i  Thursday, July'16, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  V:  In r  \r ,  r- . ���������������������������  |WHENBUYINGYEASTi  INSIST ON HAV/ING  THIS PACKAGE  *OXA/  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  SUNSHINE SERMONS  CbMrfnl Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Lite  Br tb������������������ Phllbaopher-Phjrtician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  ,-i  When a spring Is wound up all  the tlme~ it soon loses Its tension,-and the machine it controls works,poorly. That masterful machine, the body, has one  masterful need, relaxation.  A man living temperately out  of doors on plain fare (assuming  a superior vitality te start with)  has' the best chance of enjoying  strong and  glowing sensations.  The, feeling as if a fire burned  brightly Inside, as if a live hap*  plness and tingls danced round  with the blood, is best manufactured   out   of ��������������������������� keen   .appetite'  worked up In fresh air, and ~ a.  sound  stomach,' with abundant  muscular life behind It all." No  'one can have this feeling all the  wWls.   It Is the' thrill of super-  vitality, and Is intermittent. But  whatever  one"can get of It,' it'  -pays'for,all It costs, no.Inebriety  sensation approaches iVln cbm-  -'pleteness of satisfaction gained;:  ' not..'whisky nor wlne Intoxlca-,;  tion;tnor coffee exhilaration,-nor"  cocaine  ��������������������������� hyperaesthesla, S:nor*'  opium narcosis���������������������������nothing - equals'.  Ithe^McKilariatibn ������������������������������������������������������ bf^ perfect;  ;health. .'But v when   peopleyatA  ftempV^Pjiet^thls.fire sensation;  y by putting iriery.y thing, ^ in tide/-  ^the'lir bodies)'they 'ara'Worried/  ,to the greatest-, of   disappoint-?  merits.   There Is can uneasy ex-v  cHement period'while the-fleryy  thing   attacks   the   palpitating'  nerve;  later comes' a. long pe-7  rlod of stale and leaden exhaustion In that nerve, and the sensation of life meanwhile dulls  and darkens, correspondingly.  (Copyright, 1910,y by ,,W.' Q. - Chapman.)  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables';  ENIJERBY, B. c!  i *  m>  < >  <���������������������������  <>  -<>  =A==Sood^Rigs ;=eareful-Driv-  ers; 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.  When in need of printed letterheads, envelopes, shipping  tags, etc., let the Walker  Press do it.   We've the cuts.  ^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"^"^ ������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������  Virtue is a fault  with  some  people.  ������������������  Sb? j&mmwt (Samp  A joyous time in wood and copse,  To wander l'rec from morn till night;  O'er grassy vales and mounlain tops,  And back to camp a welcome sight:  With thc purling brook hard by. v.  The forest bids with open arms,  To nature seekers one and all:  Partake in full of all her charms,  So rich in life thai ne're can pall:  And thc bubbling brook hard by. .'  Docs not a scene so bright and free,  Bespeak a meed of thought and care;  A constant pall to you and me,  To .breed no devastation there:  With the sparkling brook hard<t>y ?  A careless fire, thc smoker's match,  The"growth of centuries is doomed;  With sickening haste the giants catch."  The pleasing views for aye entombed:  And the brooklet now is dry.  We have a duty, sacred trust, ^  Thc young and old, the small and great;  For each one may, he can, he must,  Protect our woods from such a fate:  And the babbling brook hard by.  ' ���������������������������R. F. Child, Victoria, 1914  New Pre-emptqr's Maps that :  Should Prove Valuable to Settlers  Three new pre-cmptor?s maps, covering the  Nechaco; Chilc6ten;., and North Thompson, dis-  ., ,tricts,haye just been issued by the surveys branch.\  *", of,the. Department of Lands... These maps formyy..  '  part yof-a series- of-' ten. cpvcVririgyapproximately,f'7  ,   100,000*-square "miles' of: land;v and iwiUjprove^of^7  7' great-assistance fo intending^rpre-emptors. ..* They*��������������������������� ^  - ������������������������������������������������������ show the'lands surveyed to' date-in Ihe^scctioiisV-..  covered, lhe tracts 'available for pre-emption'.-be- v  ^ \irig shown in pmk,^w'hile"those, taken uparelin^  cheated in; swhite: _/The" surveyedr,areas>shown; in '���������������������������!  ..-"; pink aiid^the^unsurycyed land sliown in,the same''yj  ., ^cblor-can'be.pre^empteld'at^he office;of the.IGpv-.V,'.  ern'ment.agcntoflhe land7recordingidiyisiph,in' t  -' which it. isysituated. - It isineccssary to stat_e the .;,  ���������������������������-", iinsurycyed, land, and .describe it according- to  _ meets- and bounds "in*" the application.. ;The suiv '  vcyed tracts can be applied for.,without,staking,    "  y. being described in tlie application^ number.   . <.  ,-,; .Maps have already been issued .in , this, series  . .showing tlie Jands.lor, pre-emption in the-rFprt *  ,'Georgc and Tcte Jaiinc Districts.   It,was.in these   :*  districts that 80,000 acres was opened to pre-emption last month, and" over three-quarters of this  land remains open.    The new maps coyer, the ,  areas adjoining that embraced in previous ones;  the whole series are drawn to connect with each   .  other.   '         : .  Nechaco sheet shows the territory westward  of the Fort George District, extending, to the  Hazelton division, and embraces thc great in-  ==^tcrior^lake^basinrtand=the-=N<-,chacoHSndako-and--==  other fertile valleys. Thc North Thompson sheet  shows thc land adjoining the new C. N. R. and  extends northward from the railway belt to thc  territory embraced in thc maps previously published. It includes thc Canem Lake, Bridge  Lake and Bonaparte districts ot eastern Lillooet  and southern Cariboo plateau and valleys. Another map, thc Qucsnel sheet, is being completed,  which wilLcover Ihcjcrritory .between that .cm- _  braced in the Chilcotcn and North Thompson  sheets. This series of maps published by the  Department of Lands describing in detail thc topographic and other features of thc Fort George,  Fort Fraser, Skeena, Cariboo and Peace River  land recording divisions, will prove of  settlers.  lo intending  great value  .....,,  An exchange sums up the reason for the high cost of living in  the following manner: We throw  away ashes and buy soap. We  raise dogs and buy hogs. We  grow weeds and buy vegetables,  and catch ten eent fish with a  four dollar rod. We build school  houses and send our children  away to be educated, so that the  boys will be able to hunt 15 cent  rabbits with a forty dollar dog;  and the girls may be sufficiently  educated to do fancy work and  play the piano, while mother  washes the dishes. Yes, these  are hard times.  Dr��������������������������� C. C. James, of the department of agriculture at Ottawa,  was the speaker at a largely attended meeting of the Canadian  Club last night. The subject of  his address was "The Romance  of Agriculture,'' and the principal feature of his remarks' was  his advocacy of the growth of alfalfa in place of wheat in the  West.  "Alfalfa is a name to conjure  within the future," said he,  "and much will depend on its  cultivation in the future years."  received:  m u  A special  assortment  of Neilson's  Chocolates  which we  are se  for 60c lb.  lling-  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer ,  Cliff St. Enderb 7  How. the Jury Stood.  '  \  <������������������������������������������������������ Five days had passed, and still  the ijiiry were in a deadlock.  Dinner time came, and the court  attendant poked, his head into  the jury room and asked the usual question: ' 'Well, gentlemen,  twelve .dinners as usual, I suppose??'   .��������������������������� -   ,     --���������������������������=--.,.   ,;.  i "No;" roared the 'foreman;  "bring in eleven dinnersand one  bale of hay."   /.      ,,       -      ���������������������������  W.'P     - ,   ^c^ouiVCKiltSfefenj  Learning to Save  7^''\;,MoiieyT'sS7^y>  . Bach   maturing- son..'and1  ydaughter sliould -ha.ye,, a 'personal -  ; Savings'^ccount^in. the Union,  ; Bank of Canada^ywith bpporttin-"  hies -'ito   save "regularly,' and*  'training in'how to "expend inoney.'  - wisely."   Such, an .'education j in7  thrift and saving will prove invaluable in later life.  End-rty Branch, < 1. W. GILLMAN, Manager  v      WATER NOTICE  APPLICATIONTor 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. Thc name of the stream is  La-Ducc Creek. The stream has its  source about the centre of S.W. 1-4  Sec. 2S> Tp. 18, R. 9, West Gth  meridian; also thc S. E. 1-1 Sec.  21; and sinks on the Indian reserve  about 100 yards from east side S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 21.  4. Thc water is to he 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, Wrest. .. ���������������������������     ,. -  5. The "purpose  for  which   the   .  water is to be used is domestic' -   ���������������������������-   ..  6. The land on which the Avater ���������������������������  is to be used is described'as follows- ;  ���������������������������The fractional S.E. 1-4 Sec. 21,'7  Tp: 18, R. 9, west 6th meridian. v������������������7   ."  7. The quantity of water! applied .V  forisas follows: ,150, gallons per  day-        ���������������������������      . :'rz' '7<s ���������������������������'-7s7rSi:'7]  "8. This notice was posted on the.:  ground on the  17th day of June; 7  1914.       " .' \.\ .' \< -r'\ \vry  97A copy of this notice, and "an !!%  application pursuant thereto' and: to7, -  the requirements of;, the' "Water. >  Act" will be filed in the. office, of .the.- ,  Water-Recorder."at Vernon, B.C. Ob-'7-S/S,  jections may be filed with the said 7--'-;-' ia  Water Recorder^or with the Comp-.*. ' -^ ���������������������������<;  troller of Water. Rights'/'.- Parlia-77-; -^  ment Bnildings, Victoria, B.'C>:>Tv-,",.^%.  The applicant claims'priority ^as7>,^{%*.;  from the^ 20th day1 df^Ma^h,4^lKfy������������������|  being- the date when 'ah^applica-ioii^^.^  was' filed ^with ��������������������������� the Goverhin'ehtyof-Sst^. *~  the Domiiiion"of, Canada.,'.7; 7\^V^15  JAMES5 FOULDS JOHNSON,V;S ^M  7     ,.A;       , Applicant:, 7-7.7ml  ^^^^^^^^^^^_^L^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^      v' ^Vv.'   *^'l  '"rSdZ'&m  ^^i_ff  -   jf--a'--*T     _  M  -<^<i'  >J-v   *'~.  \ .' "'r\. '."JV  ~|Vi-i. ���������������������������������������������. *-_i.-"'ifj:  BUILDER > -,    .  CONTRACTOR, \  ana estimates ,^.?  _*.__.2_���������������������������������������������    *_Z ���������������������������__'^_L-OT'  I  *&%$^W]^axu *   r,       t   i  .H.-t-tf*, -^(J//';tJ  Dealer; in,- Windows,* JDoon;i Tunningg,'  ,��������������������������� and= all" factoryfv,work.������������������rRubberoid  ��������������������������� Roofing, Screen Doors and'Windowa <���������������������������  .-��������������������������� - ; GLASS CUTsTOjANYr,SiaB ^  7 : -- >   -.    * t __J >i������������������* ���������������������������Sj ' 5f 7  r(We represenr S.' O. SMITH COT.W^,  \     -  ���������������������������II  ���������������������������HI  II  m  ni  S:   '>���������������������������   ,/'s  * of Vernon^'������������������. ?&���������������������������������������������**>: SuM  Russell- Street" '_ '-r^** --*Bnd������������������rbj.-5%taj.  -: __; 1 ZS. _-*J 4'PiiJ! f  ������������������F���������������������������     jjv'**     ^���������������������������t$>  >   >-S*' V  *_&l  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Public Building, Mcrritt, B. C, will be received at this  oflice until 'I P.M., on Tuesday, July  28, 1914, for thc construction of a  Public Building al Mcrritt, B.C.  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tender obtained al thc office of Mr.  Wm. Henderson, Resident Archi-  tccl,-Viclori.-i," B. C; at the Post  Oflice, Merrill, B.C., and at this  Department.  Persons tendering are notified  that tenders will not be considered  unless made on the printed forms  supplied, x\\k\ signed with their actual signatures, slating their occupations and place of residence. In  the case of* /inns, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation  and place of residence of each  member of the firm must he given.  Each lender 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 he forfeited  if' the person tendering decline to  enter inlo 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 lhe lowest or any  tender.  By order,  H. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, June 29, 19M.  Newspapers will not he paid for  this advertisement if Ihey insert it  without authority from the Department.��������������������������� 52586.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING KEMIONS  ������������������.,"-���������������������������->-���������������������������.    ,     *-',        ' - ,   .   .������������������, ;.i'_ ���������������������������  Coal mining rights of .tha Dominion  in Manitoba,    Saskatchewan and A\: S[  berta,    th������������������    Yukon     Territory','-" tht' '-  Northwest Territories and a portion.'  of tbe province of British Columbia, ',  may be leased for a term of twenty- y  one years atan   annual rentalof %1  an acre.     Not "more tfian~27560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must bs  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections,' or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in <un-  surveyecl territory tbe tract applied  for shall.be.staked. out_by. th������������������_appli_-7.  cant himself.  ' Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will bs  refunded if thc rights applied for kre  dot avuilable, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable .output of the mine at the  rate of fivo cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the-Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity oi  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty thereon. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-be-  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an 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.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  his advertisement    will not be paid  for.  The average man includes the  cost of his cigar in the high cost  of living. ������������������������������������������������������,.;������������������������������������������������������.;-���������������������������E,���������������������������^^^^^^^  I.  1  .  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 16, 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  zxx:  %mm%m^mMm ������������������ol������������������������������������  xx  ���������������������������m*1"'.  DO OUR MERCHANTS SIN AGAINST THEIR HOME TOWN ?  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  0. K. Barber Shop  II. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Everything ��������������������������� new    and    up-to-date.  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  ���������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������I���������������������������������������������������������������������������������__���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-MM-���������������������������_���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-^--__-_-__-___^-^^  Eighty-five .per cent of headaches are thc 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.  Man cannot, thrive apart from the  land. The land gives a.sense of security and independence not found  in anything else.  Motto     for-    thc  'Watch and spray."  poultryman:  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion,'lc a word  each subsequent insertion.  We have shown what happens to  Enderby when we patronize the  mail order houses.  We have shown what happens to  our local merchants when we do  not patronize them.  Now what   happens   when    thc  merchants do not co-operate wilh  thc producers in  the handling of  their   (the   producers')   products ?  Correspondence   by   readers    of  this series of articles reveals the following:   "We have had difficulty in  disposing of such commodities as  fruit, vegetables, butler, eggs, etc.  Thc merchants evidently prefer to  import    these    commodities    from  other points for exactly thc same  reason as consumers, at the present  time, send to other places for clothing and other mail order commodities."  A wheel is as strong as its hub.  The business section of any community is the buy���������������������������the barometer  of prosperity���������������������������of progress.  And if the different business interests of the town do not work together���������������������������the hub is weakened and  the "spokes of prosperity" feel the  strain.  Just as the local merchant depends on the people of his home  town for support, so do the producers of our food products depend  on  the  merchants'  co-operation.  ���������������������������If such were not the case, we  would see more farms "to lease"  or "for sale.'  The producers have put time, labor and money in their business,  just as the merchant has done wilh  his store, and for the merchant to  stop his support in favor of an outside producer,is a heavy sin against  his-home town.  The discouraging of agricultural  investments, and manufacturing  concerns in thc local field, is the  same as taking the backbone out of  any community. ���������������������������  And don't, forget that the producers' trade is no small item in  thc year's total sales.  Every year finds the farmer's  personal and home needs increasing. This is due, to no small extent,  to the magazines, farm publications  and the newspapars the farmer  reads. Also as business increases  with him he wants more comforts  for himself and family because he  can afford them. And nine cases  out of ten he will spend his money  at home because by so doing he is  helping his own property increase  in value as the town prospers.  But if he cannot sell his products  he cannot afford these comforts  and necessities.  It is a well-known fact lhat fully  65 per cent of farmers who patronize the mail order houses do so  either because they cannot get  what they want at home or that the  town tradesmen do not offer them  any co-operation.  Such a spirit on the part of the  people of any town is bad���������������������������they  are sinning against their home  town���������������������������against themselves and their  own interests; because it makes the  farmers feel that evidently their  interests are of no account to the  town people, so why should they  put themselves out to help the  town progress?  This is the last article in this scries dealing with the farmer and the  local merchant. Is it necessary to  show, any more why the local merchant should co-operate.fully and at  all times.with the producer?  "YOU   WILL   &KE   OUR    GOODS"  LOST���������������������������On load  and Enderby,  camera.    Leave  between   Vernon  small . Brownie  at Walker Press.  COMING���������������������������Dr. Hirschberg, 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.  J^RENT^r-Large comfortable fur-  nislTecl "shack" oh bank "of  Spallumcheen river, 400 yards  from Hupel postolTice and grocery store; four miles from 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.  FOR SALE���������������������������Fruit ranch in the  Okanagan. Any reasonable offer  accepted. Owner must sell. Apply lo Mrs. C. C. Rice, 2124 4th  Ave., Vancouver; 'phone, High  1388R.  'OR SALI-^-PreRscd brick, common  brick, cement and lime. W. A.  Russell, Enderby.  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Clifl street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices- Work promptly  executed.  FOB SALE���������������������������-Ranch of 172 acres;  7 acres cleared; $35.08 per acre;  frame house 10x24 and olhcr  buildings; black loam bottomland  well Umbered, some cedar. ��������������������������� Will  take as part payment town property. Apply, Jas. Ellison, Enderby  GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for hustler. Sell Willow River, B. C,  Townsite lots and acreage. Coal,  Gold, Timber, Agricultural lands  and water power immediately  available. Located on mainline  Grand Trunk Pacific and Pacific  Great Eastern railroads. Navigation in three directions. Big  commissions.'" Easy lo sell. Extensive sidvcrlising campaign.  Prospectus sent agents. Write  today for exclusive agency, to���������������������������  Pacific Land & Townsites Co., 350  Richards St., Vancouver.  B. C.RETAILERS' ASSOCIATION  At the recent convention of the  Retail Merchants' Association of B.  C, held.at Vernon, the Enderby association was the only association  in thc Okanagan that was not represented. The Retail Grocers'. Review's correspondent says of the  success of ihe convention:  "The Vernon convention was the  most successful and useful meeting  of merchants I have ever attended.  Enthusiasm pervaded the whole of  those present, and I believe a vast  amount of good has been accomplished for association upbuilding."  Speaking editorially, the Review  adds: "Personally I enjoyed the  meetings very much; both in size  and in enthusiasm they were encouraging. Nothing succeeds like  sircc e'ssy^a'n d~~n o th i ng-"b ri n gs^abou t  success quicker than enthusiasm. I  feel absolutely certain of thc future  of thc Retail Merchants' Association  Nothing can hinder its growth now  but the absolute indifference of our  merchants, and no one who was at  Vernon will believe that possible.  So I have this one message to every  merchant who reads this: Get in;  you cannot all'ord to stay out. This  association is an established success."  and the cabbages, that are left, will  bring a better price from lack of  competition./,- Also, the gardeners  are getting excited, which is, presumably, a good thing in these dull  limes, while the hoof prints in the  lawns will be an, appreciable start  when we'eommehec to bore.for oil.'  MRS. GOOD COOK.  Haven't you worried.over that old thing you cook in long enough?  . Tell your husband today that nothing in the home is as important  as a range that.works well.  He will buy you one of our new ones today if you'll only ask  him.  He loves good things to eat. '  McCLARY'S REGINA RANGE.;       $37.00  Its double-travel flue system ensures good Baking and Cooking; Its Oven, braced against warping and fitted with electric-  welded broiler rack, is of amplecapacity; Its chaste nickle dress  is easily kept clean; Fire-box has heavy semi-steel linings, and  Duplex removable grates.  Nice high Warming Closet���������������������������18-inch oven.   Burns coal or wood.  The price is sensational  .-.     -$37.00  re Co, Ltd.  Successors to The Fulton Hardware Co.  .-��������������������������� 7      /      Y  Fat Cabbages Make Fat Calves  Under this suggestive headline an  I.nderby citizen writes Thc Press in  this fashion:  "In these days of hard times  when business is dead, the man  who is going to succeed is thc man  who can create business. It is interesting to note some of thc bright  schemes that are being worked. For  instance, one or more of the hardware merchants of the town seems  to have hit on a neat little idea for  creating a demand for fence wire.  It looks as though they all had entered into an agreement with some  rancher in lhe vicinity, who owns  three sleek heifers, whereby the  aforesaid heifers are allowed to  roam the streets and convince the  garden owners that fences arc no  longer a luxury put a necessity. 1  hope this is as good business for  the rancher as for the merchant or  merchants . Whether it is or not  will depend on who pays the fines.  Anyway, the heifers are getting fat  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Public Building, Ash-  croft, B.C.," will be received at this  oflice until 4 P.M., on Tuesday,  August 4th, 1914, for lhe construction of a Puplic Building at Ash-  croft, B. C.  Plans, specification and form of  contract can be seen and forms of  tenderobtained^aMhe-OiTice-of-Mr.=  Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C., at thc Post Office  Ashcroft, 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 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 thc Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten  per cent (10 p.c.) of thc amount of  the tender, which will be forfeited  if thc person tendering decline to  enter into a contract when called  upon lo 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 accept the lowest or any  tender.  By order,  H. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 2, 1914.  Newspapers will not be paid for  this advertisement if they insert it  without authority from the Department.���������������������������52153.  EVERYBOBY'S   DOING   IT!  DOING WHAT?  Getting their Suits cleaned and  pressed at  A. E. WEST'S, Tlie Enderby Tailor  Monthly Contr������������������et������������������ a Specialty  T  Department Store  *  V  ���������������������������T-  Y  X  V  t  Y  COOL  LADIES  v  v  V  V  V  Y  Y  Y  X  Y  y  Y  i  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  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  T  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  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 COOL4 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!  Poison, Murrin Hpeers  Successors to Poison Mercantile Company  t  Y  Y  Y  Y  y  Y  T  Y  Y  ^Y=  ?  I  ?  4  Y  V  ���������������������������  r  I  Y  X  T  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  T  Y  Y  t  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  *  X


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