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Array ijltf^***^  Enderby, B.C., July 30, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 22; Whole No. 334  Local News of General Interest and General News of Local Interest  ENDERBY NEWS IN BRIEF  Rev. D. Campbell has taken out  papers for school work, in Vancouver.  It is a pleasure to all to hear the  Enderby baud boysr enlivening the  summer evenings.  Mrs. Geo. Folkard left for Chase  Wednesday evening, to spend a few  weeks with her daughter.  W. A. Russell is building a concrete storehouse and cellar; for the  '  Salmon Arm Farmers' Exchange.  Mrs. Walter Bailey and her aunt  are visiting Mr. Bailey and Mi's. A.  Campbell,,Enderby, from Kamloops.  A ..meeting of the Hospital^ Auxiliary will.be held iri the'.City Hall  on Friday afternoon at 3.30,������������������July  !3ist.-.j'\, ;>y     ;-.' ;7 ''Ss--7  .s\ Mr. and, Mrs.'tB: Forrester, .who  ��������������������������� .have been.visiting.their son;Edvahd  _ familyvfor .the past" t\voiweeks,^re-'  turned.rto'f their. Seattle  home  on*  -T^oy.:,;,-.Us,-., 7vj%������������������:;  '   - There are many Enderbyites en-  '-joyii-g-the'Camping-at-MabeLXake  this week, and "more are ^conterii-.  plating-the ..pleasure  ''during-the,  nionth of August.    ,. .  < "'-;. -'' -,  There, was a large crowd in-attendance at the lawn ^social at-the  home of Mrs. Duncan,, last evening,  given  by the  Girls'  Guild of the'  ,Presbyterian Church.  The social given by. the Ladies'  Aid of the Methodist c.hurch ori the  lawn of Mr.cSmedley's home Tuesday evening proved.one of the most  ��������������������������� enjoyable affairs of the kind held  this*season. - ,  Enderby intermediates drove to  Vernon . Wed nesday , afternoon to  play the intcmediates of that city.  The game was good in many parts;  and resulted, in a score of 9-6.in  favor of Vernon.  =f^^Dr'Terawfordy-dentist,M,vilUbe-_iii-  Enderby all of next week, commencing Aug. 3rd. He will be found in  what was formerly the dry goods  department of ihe Poison Mercantile Company, Cliff st., at the bridge.  Dean Fravel is.in the circulation  race for ah automobile offered by  the Vancouver World. If Dean can  run as fast in this race as in most  others he enters, wc. may expect to  sec him sporting a limousine when  Ihe contest is over.  R. H. Miller, of Victoria, judge  for the Agricultural Department of  the field competitions being conducted by the Department under  the auspices of the Farmers' Institute, inspected the fields entered in  the competition this week.  As intimated in the official notice  appearing in this issue, the time for  discount "on city taxes has been extended by the Council. Taxes can  how be paid at the minimum rate  up, to the end of August.- This is  a "hard-times" concession on the  part of the Council, and it is hoped  that' as many property owners' as  possible will take advantage of it,  to the mutual advantage of themselves and .the city.  * Mr. J. W. F. Tolmie,' son of Dr. S.  F. Tolmie, Dominion V. S., is visiting thc Tolmie farm, on the river  north-of Enderby, now managed by.  E. Harrop. He is accompanied by  Mr. Lyons, of Victoria, and they  contemplate spending lhe month of  August at the Tolmie place.  Mr. Tolmie's aim to make this ranch  produce, some of the finest-bred  stock in the Okamfgan, and he is  lending every assistance to Mr. Har-  rop, his manager, to bring this  about.  . Don't let.'the golly-wobblcs, and  the wboly-woolies, and thc boogy  boogies; -ImdVthe bats of- hobgoblin  gulch * run "'away with your head.  After the hard times will come the  best we've ever had. The Enderby  district is one of the best districts  ih-the Dominion of Canada. All it'  wants now is the husbanding of our  resources, economy in buying and  atgood heart unspoiled by butting  into business,that isn't your own.  Deputy Fire*Warden Hughe's, re-  ccivedjdiis first-lire call of the season Tuesday^night at 10 .o'clock.  It came' byl 'phone "from-Armstrong,  "and -Was.- for**a?fire -oiKthe'��������������������������� Shubcrt  place;,now,the property of W.,,Rogers. ��������������������������� Hejhad; retired >when theycall  came,'^but'y.at.- once'. made,- ready. lto;  get ;;iipqn -the'.rdanger ^gi-ouhdl; ABy  12 o'.clock lie was'at Knob'Hill'/and  the, balarice\of>-he_.night',was. spent  in^suhduing the fire.7" The damage,  was not! great,' though- a_ considerable acreage, was burned oyer. -  'What might have been a'very bad  runaway-,was "blocked "by a telephone 'pole ^.Friday afternoon. Tom  CaiTetSh;arid 'Offie Jones weredriv-  ing-alo'ad of hay across the bridge  into, town 'from Mara< way. As the  team "was coming off the bridge the  tongue* dropped, and immediately  the horses dashed across the- railway track and 'west on Cliff street,  the load swaying dangerously from  side to side. , Several teams were  tied along"thc street,"and it,looked  for a minute as if direful1 things  were about ro happen. , But before  the1' runaways could get well  started they .straddled the telephone  pole and there slopped, the harness  being*strippcd=from-them._____-  ENDERBY   COTTAGE   HOSPITAL  The Cottage Hospital is now in  full .operation, under the management of Miss Florence Davis, four  year's training at Liverpool/ Eng.,  and post graduate of" the maternity  hospital, .'Vancouver.' Miss Davis  comes highly recommended, and  the able manner'in which she has  taken up the work' in/Enderby,  fully sustains -the reputation she  brings with'her.' - The ladies of the  Hospital'."Auxiliary > arc assisting  Miss Davis to,the extent'of providing the building furnished, rent  free', and the .Okanagan Sawmills is  furnishnig they lights* without cost.  ' The formal opening bf'"the hospital will- be held during the first  week in August, at which lime Miss  Davis hopes tbjriake the acquaintance bf more of, the'people of En-  derby and:/district who. have "assisted y in. so , niany^ways to-1 make: the  hospital-.worK'ieasieiv.for her) -^The  , following5 is fay listfof-tlie "nariies'pf <  the' donersUb?tHe 'hospital-'shower'  held..soinc"few. weeks-ago, aridtto  Iwhoih* the>Hospital*.Auxiliaryn,de-  ���������������������������sires tb'Jpublicly*express"iits appreciation; and,'th_iri__s fbr^their Wery,  liberal 'cbntriDulions',* financial, and  otherwise:   - ���������������������������     '} ,,   ,7   ���������������������������/    ~   '_,  Mr. arid Mrs. G. Rosoman,-Mr..and,  Mrs.- Craned Mr. jtnd 'Mrs." Walker,  Mrs. Keith,'Mrs. Mackie; Miss Forster,, .Mrs.   Campbell,. Mrs.'-Greyell,  Mrs. Nichol, Mrs? Strickland,. Mrs.  Graham,   Mrs.y G.   Folkard/"Mrs.  George) Mrs. Reed, Mrs:. Mann, Mrs.  C. Fravel, Mrs. E.;Forr'esler,'Mrs. A.  Faulkner,  Mrs.  E.  Mack,. Mrs.  W.  Woods," Mrs.  Gaylord,   Mrs'., F., S.  Stevens, Mrs. Prince, Mrs.' Gillman,  Mrs. Best,' Mrs. S/Poison, Mrs: C.T.  Poison, Mrs. Peel/Mr.'Calder, Mr.  Newby, Mi". Harkins, Mrs. Lemke,  Mrs. Lawes, Mrs. Blanchard, Miss  NEWSPAPERMEN COMING  At a meeting held in Vernon last-  Friday,   final   arrangements   were?.  made for the entcrtainment-of the'  editors and  their-wives who will  visit ihe Okanagan Valley to attend'  the    annual    convention    of "thet  Alberta and Eastern* British Column  bia Press Association, Sept. 2-3-4/  at Vernon.  . Lhis Association.'is a,  branch of the Canadian Press As-;  sociation, and "its membership em-,  braces the < newspapers of Alberta;  and B.C. ; At,the convention at Ed,-t  monton last   year   the'-attendance  numbered   200..   It is   anticipated  that the attendance "this year -will  fully equal that number..        -    "  .   To entert-iin these press men, the  City of Vernon-vvill bear the lionfs  share of the -cost, and, while the  arrangements arc-not elaborate/the  three days spent; in ,theyValley" will'  be filled^yitti"pleasure and'business'  that, will surely interest''all,^and'<the  ncwspapermcnJ-c,->vilL> carry.^ jaway  ,with-'tthemKlastihgsyimpressions -of  thpii'7yisit/ 'Whjl!e pleasure-is".made  .ofJthe_eJra.t^rjxargat-^ring's,,'.that>i$  rioDthe' purpose "of vthe" coming tto-  getheiy y -There'-, arevtoy,-be, business-  meetings eachjday.   ';The meetings  are^to-be held^in ,'the old'Vernon  opera house. -*The public reception,  arid4banquet following are also-to  be held there. .Entertainment,will  be,-providcd* for thc ladies, of the  party while .these business session's  are on.   On the evening of the 3rd  the C. P. R. Nyilltake the "party, on  a trip on Okanagan, lake, allowing  them lo visit KeloWna, Summerland  and   Penticton   the   following  day  nnd  returning lo the Landing by  moonlight.  ,  It has .also been arranged to give the party, in addition  to the auto trips at Kelowna and  Summerland, a ride over the new  large, "seek to promote progress*' in  all Provincial, Dominion andlnK  perial interests." " /' -��������������������������� .'t,,_.;"  No membership fee is.ch'arged by'  the'.association. Application forms  forniembcrship'are supplied by the  association. -      -     ,      7'  MABEL LAKE VALLEY NEWS :  ��������������������������� <    -j. ������������������������������������������������������     r *.  1 Mr. and'Mrs. Albert Johnston and .V;  family"arcimpending their vacation.r,  at their summer"residence on Mabel'.?  Lake/ ���������������������������'._��������������������������� , ���������������������������_ r^- '^ . , u.\ ?? "���������������������������;  Mr. arid Mrs.JA. Reeves and. Dr. T ���������������������������  and '.Mrs.' Keith* .'were" visitors ��������������������������� at^;7f  Hupel on Saturday and Sunday. < 'i*ffi',  ^Mr7 Evans and Miss Mowat spent y  Sunday at Mabel Lake..'7/ x',--'"M>j7S'}  ' Several residents from"Armstrong-7--  have been spendingvthc-past week  camping pn1 Mabel Xake.r-''f-'.  ?J J'he^Trihity-Valle>7road-;h.i  \^SA\  , -,  i"  is^now  cr'.*  first few. miles-Wittioiit hr u"-,-"'--^:<**^  tb-one^agairist  -}' Oui^ local*' n  Stevens, Mrs. McMahon, Mrs.Beeves,  Kettle River .'ine from Penticton' to  Mrs. E. Dill) Mrs. Chapman) Mr. J.! the summit of the hills'which rise   Murphy, Mrs. T. Gray, Miss Gibbs, I from the lake.     Auto trips will also  INSPECTING THE ROADS  Road   Superintendent   Hamilton'  Lang motored over the roads of the j  Enderby distiict on Tuesday to scej  the character of thc work put .upon  them this season by Road Foremen  McKayand Baxter.     This season it  has been  necessary   for the  road  men.-to make one dollar do the work  of eight, and ihe best of results are  shown.. Thc weal her has been most  favorable for loadmaking, and the  roadmen*have met the conditions  to lhe satisfaction of all.  Mr. Lang .on lhis trip succeeded  in harmonizing conllicling interests  in connection wilh lhe Bogerl-  Gunlcr road, and has given instructions, to Road Foreman McKay  to improve the road leading lo lhis  important section. He has also  all but completed negotiations lhat  will enable him to reduce the grade  of what is known as the Fortune  Hill road to 4 per cent, and he believes he will this season, or"early  next season, be able to order lhe  grading and gravelling of lhe'new  road up the hill. '  W. Duncan, E7MeMaKoii7Mr"srT-ean  der, Mrs. Pearson, Mr. McPherson.  An addition to this list there are  many contributions of money, to be  acknowledged later by thc ladies.  Hon. Mr."-JuFlice,.Macdp'riald7werej '.-  the past, week "sworn in,-as";special-'^;", sl'M  commissioners, 'and ; have   already"-v77"-7]  commenced thcirduties. \ Mr7W..P?7^:S'7^  Ogilvic, barrister-iji-law, was~riVacle_  secretary to the commission/. ^s7:-7.  y Public sitting (subject to change)"^  so   far arranged,  are  asi*follows,:?.,  Revelsloke, -Saturday, ,.-yig.l 7 Crah-7  brook, Aug. 3; Fernie, Aug. 4;"Nelvi  son, Aug. ,G.    Other meetings will;  lie announced loteiv'and the'/com-''  missioners   stale   they*'wilL at. all  V-'i-l  be p'rovidcd-in-and-abouHVcrnon^mcs^be������������������pl(.nscd^lo������������������rccd_/cJ-&i)rji^  The  Alberta  contingent will  be | s'entations upon thc points covered  assembled at Calgary and brought  in special cars by the C P. R., to  come into lhe Volley on lhe regular  train of Wednesday, Sep. 2nd.  TENDERS  Tenders are invited for thc removal of two frame buildings.  For particulars apply lo���������������������������  G. H. LAWES. Enderby  For a complete range of Stetson  It is hats, drop inlo Dill Bros.  ENGINE OFF THE TRACK  Sunday afternoon as thc train  was pulling out from Armstrong for  Enderby, lhe engine left the rails  at lhe siding, owing to a defective!  switch or someone having partly  thrown it, and plowed inlo the soft  embankment, toppling over partly  iipon ils side. Thc wreck crew <  was immedialcly summoned from j  Revelstoke, and five hours later the!  evening train lo Sicamous wasj  taken through to the mainline by  another engine. Engineer Crick  of the .wrecked-engine,-was seriously shaken up, but had no bones  broken. He had a shoulder sprained  and ribs and face bruised, and was  taken to the Armstrong hospital for  repairs.' On Monday he was able  to go to his home.  The wreck crew succeeded in  raising the engine on Monday and  it was taken to the shops at'Revelstoke'on. its-own'wheels.  ENDERBY CONSERVATIVE MEET  A moeUng of the Enderby Conservative" Association  was"lield  {.t^--Austria-Hungary  by lhe commission. , It is not .yet  settled when the commission will  be in the Okanagan, but it is believed that il will be in about two.  weeks' time.  WAR IN EUROPEAN COCK PIT  has_ _dcclarcd_  the rooms of Mr. Skaling, barrister,! wnr on Servia, and now all.of the  last Saturdav evening to formally "S1'���������������������������1 powers of Europe are,polish-  complete lhe re-organization of lhat in������������������ lhcir ������������������lllls ro1" *'���������������������������������������������*��������������������������� England  /association. Provisional president'has appealed to Germany and other  F. II. Barnes was in the chair, andi^al powers with a vicw'lo averl-  15 members present.     Thc minutes!'"������������������  conflict   if   possible,   and   the  Our Fall Hobberlin Samples have  arrived. Your inspection will  prove to you lhat they are better  values than ever.   Dill Bros., agents.  Listen���������������������������We  arc paying 30c  for  strictly first-class eggs.   Dill Bros.  of the provisional organization  meeting which was held April 27lh,  were read, and adoptee  following provisional officers made  permanent ollicers until the nexl  annual meeting, October 3rd,' 1914 :  Hon. presidents, Hon. Price Ellison  and Hon. Martin Burrell; president,  F. II. Barnes; 1st -vice-president,  F. Hassard; 2nd v.-p., J. L. Ruttan;  treasurer, G. Rosoman; secretary,  H. M. Walker.  In lhe constitution adopted by  the meeting the objects of the association were set forth in these  words: "The Enderby Conservative Association shall exist, not for  the furtherance of any personal interest whatsoever/ but purely for  party and patriotic purposes/it  shall work for the welfare of the  home community, and, in conjunc-  German reply was in efl'ccl lhat  while appreciating lhe good object  and lhe ������������������^ ^ir Edward Gray, lhe proposal  ���������������������������was not feasible in practice and  was impossible lo carry out.  Both Germany and England arc  mobilizing their bailie squadrons  for. immediate service, while Russia  and France are following suit.  WILL RE-BUILD CHURCH  The Indians on the reserve have  been holding somewhat protracted,  meetings in the field jusl south of  the old church site the past week.  They are now in the best of spirits  for word has been received from  thc Indian Department that the  Government will materially assist  the'Indians in lhe re-building of the  church, destroyed by fire following  a lightning storm, on  lhe evening  lion with the Conservative party at of Sunday, July 12lh. :3'.vKt'  ���������������������������<-������������������������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 30, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every  Thursday at    Enderby,   IB. C. at  $2   per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising, SI an inch per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion': 8c a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  JULY 30, 1914  IDLE LAND AN EXPENSIVE LUXURY  "Idle land is an extravagant luxury in any  country where the tax collecting machinery  works as well as it docs in the provinces oi'  Western Canada or lhe'Pacific Coast stales," said  - John T. Hinklc, secretary of lhe Oregon Irrigation  Congress, at the last convention oi' thc Western  Canadian Irrigation Association.  In so saying Mr. Hinklc never uttered a pro-  founder truth.     The poorest country under any  Hag is thc country where only a small portion of  the available arable land is cultivated, no matter  how fertile or high priced lhal land may be.    11  must be remembered that land lying idle, and  producing nothing lo add to thc oulpul of lhe  community, is bad land.    Il is in the same category as thc individual who lives in a community  yet does nothing, or produces nothing, to add to  lhe upbuilding of lhal community or to ils commercial or moral output.     And thc community  or the individual permitting land  to stand idle  year alter year, producing nothing for its owner  or the community, is doing a great injustice to  himself and the community.  Perhaps there is nolhing which adds so much  4hc=un(lenyablc"s-lringciicy^iii'���������������������������financcs^aiitMnisi-  ness in the Okanagan Valley to-day as lhe vasl  acres of arable land, held at a high figure, yel  producing nothing. There is hardly three per  cent, of the total arable land in this favored valley  lhal is producing anything for market. There are  thousands of acres upon which taxes are paid  lhat lhe plow has never touched. It is lhis vasl  acreage of non-produclive ��������������������������� though firsl-class---  land lhal makes lhe community feel lhe pinch of  hard times. If one-hall' of this land were under  lhe plow and producing something for lhe market  no linniicial stringency, however severe, would  be fell to any appreciable ex ten I.  Let even a fair proportion of lhis great acreage  of untilled land be put into crop; lei the fertile  hillsides be put inlo fruil, and the valleys and lowlands be occupied by hundreds of dairy cattle and  thousands of hogs, and sheep and poultry, and  the Okanagan Valley will be the most prosperous  district in lhe Dominion.  To have lo pay taxes on thousands of acres  with only hundreds of acres producing, is certain  lo keep lhe community in a stale of unrest and  light money. He verse these conditions and we  of lhe Okanagan shall have an earthly Eden.  there was much criticism levelled at this Commission by labor organizations when it started  upon its labors, this criticism has had to give way  to commendation, so sanely and fairly did the  Commissioners do their work.  Summing up the question of an eight-hour day,  lhe Commission says: "Many employers have  given -their opinion that, .whilst as much labor  could he accomplished in eight hours as in nine  hours, their experience has been lhal as much  labor was nol actually done, and they doubt  whether the additional hour given would he put  lo any good use. Thc latter contention does nol  appeal to your Commissioners, as wc do not consider il the duly of employers lo prolong working  hours for fear lhe laborer should fail to .make  beneficial use of his Icasure moments.' Your  Commissioners believe that many employments,  such as farming and lhe fishing industry, arc not  suitable lo an cighl-hour day, and that a general  eight-hour law enacted by the Provincial Government would, owing lo its limited scope, prove a  handicap lo thc industries of lhe Province, and  that lo be satisfactorily effective such a law  should benalional in extent."  Speaking of lhe general conditions of lhe working classes thc report says: ."Your Commissioners, after a survc}' of thc entire Province, are  pleased lo be able to report .that thc conditions of  life of the working-man arc improving, and lhat  there arc on every hand evidences of a higher  standard of living, and that what were thc luxuries of former daj-s arc now becoming to be  considered as lhe ordinary necessities of a well-  regulated household. The workman of thrift and  industry is more frequently to he found than thc  malcontent. JI Mas a noticeable feature of our  investigation lhal legitimate trade-unionism  flourished most among the workmen of our own  nationality and race, while organizations of pernicious principles, such, for inslancc,,as the "Industrial Workers of the World," can find few  adherents except among immigrants to our Province from countries where the economic conditions and surroundings arc and have been for  centuries deplorable. * * * There are not  lacking signs that a residence in this country will  have the effect of making such,men useful and  law-abiding citizens."  1?:  Show me a man who subscribes for and reads  his home paper, and I'll show you a man 'worth  more to the community than a baker's dozen of  thc other kind.  GUARDING AGAINST FOREST FIRES  The man who buzzes around on oilier people's  business seldom has any of his own to attend to.  HIGHER STANDARD OF LIVING  In lhe report of the Royal Commission on  Labor, recently issued, there is much valuable information relative to lhe condition of the laboring classes of lhe Province, and much food for  thought. The Commission went thoroughly inlo  the many matters brought before them, and out  of lhe volumes of evidence taken submitted a report lhal for conciseness and sober deduction, is  one of lhe best we have seen published.      While  Thc lown of Hearst, in Ontario, was recently  destroyed by a forest fire... Several villages in  New Brunswick have been swept away by forest  fires this summer. During thc past four summers a I least two dozen villages have suffered  through forest fires in Eastern Canada. The  prime cause of these fires is neglect in protecting  young timber from fire. Since'the burning of the  Crow's Nest Valley in 1908, with the loss of lives  and millions of dollars worth of property, special  care has been paid throughout the Province of  British Columbia to prevent and control forest  fires in young limber as well as mature timber.  It has been found by experience that a large  proportion of lhe fires which start in slash or  young limber will, if allowed to run, spread lo  valuable limber or property, and when beyond  control, destroy lhe homes of settlers in the small  villages now being built up throughout thc Province and cause loss of life. The protection of  ihe settlers, as well as of timber, is nol assured  -imlcss-all-huslvfircs-are-kepHindcr con troHI tiring  Ihe dry season.  Young limber growing on non-agricultural  lands is an asset worth protecting from lire.  Nearly every settler knows how rapidly young  limber grows lo pole and lie size. In most districts in British Columbia limber reaches commercial size in sixty or eighty years. It requires  no planting, grows without care or expense and  produces a valuable crop which now beautifies thc  the hills, protects lhe watersheds and will in another generation support industries. These facts  are so well understood in British Columbia that  the forest branch of the Department of Lands  is everywhere securing the co-operation of the  residents in preventing dslructive fires in the  young as well as lhe old timber.  BANKoFMONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest, $16,000,000  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW  YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwarda, and interest allowed at current ratea.  Interest credited 30th  June und 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Drop Siding,  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cord wood,  Green Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  Why not-lay in your winter supply of Green Blocks now and -  SAVF.^ MONEY  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. ���������������������������������������������_������������������_  ���������������������������.aw-MU-i  Canada's Best Flour  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  ���������������������������a mm  rvmrnamm  From the Garden to  ENFORCING NOXIOUS WEED ACT  Although no doubl there will be some who. will  feel lhe load'of having to comply with thc noxious weed Acl, and will criticise the Government  for stringently enforcing thc Act, still all must  admit lhal some stringent measures 'must be  taken to combat thc evil, if the agricultural in-  leresls of thc country arc to be safe-guarded.  Indeed, lhe Acl has been allowed too long to remain a (lead-leller. It is lo be hoped, now thai  the Government has taken the enforcement of the  law inlo hand, lhal lhe Acl will continue to be  enforced to the letter. II is lhe only way that  the noxious weed evil will be overcome. If all  are not made to comply, others will not bother  themselves; whereas, on tlie contrary, if the man  willing and eager to comply can feel that there  is some encouragement for him to keep the  weeds down, the movement will become general,  and in a few years the farming districts of Ihe  Province will be free of the weed evil, and all will  profit thereby.  When in doubt don't cook. These warm summer Sundays  can be made a deal more enjoyable if you take dinner at  the hotel. We have our own fruit orchards, vegetable  gardens, poultry yard and dairy, and our tables are supplied with the freshest & best. "Al quality" is our motto..  King Edward Hotel, ?ro$  MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  JAMES  MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE  Fruit Land  Town Lota  NOTARY PUBLIC  Hay Uad  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Go, of London.  London-l_-incfiHhire_Fire In.s-nince Co,  Royal Insur.inceCo.,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 y������������������urave  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from���������������������������    THE WALKER PRESS  TIME TABLE  Tn effect on Okanagan Branch of  C. P. R.,. from June 1, 1914:  Southbound  10.55 lv        Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Okanagan. Ldg  11.26  11.40  11.54  12.20  12.28  12.38  13.05  13.25 ar.  tr. W. I3RODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  Northbound  ar. 17.00  16.15  15.50  15.44  15.15  15.07  14.55  14.30  14.15  lv.  JNO BURNHAM  \gent  Enderby  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ATENTS  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone.sendlng a sketch and d.escnlptlon may  quickly ascorlnlir our opinion free whether an.  Invention Is probnbly patentable.  Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent*  sent free. Oldest TTponcy -orsecurh-g patents.  1'atonts taken through Munn & Co. reoalye  tpeeialnotke, without charRO, lathe  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest oir-  culotion of any scientific journal. Terms for  Canada, 33.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newsdealers.  P,NN&Co.36tBfM^ New York  Branch Oflloe, C25 F St., Washington, D. C.  !  11  -.--A i  VI  At FLEWWELLINGS Feed Store       j<  m  s /  #  Thursday, July 30, 1914_  THE ENDERBY PROSS^NDJ/VA^^^   ��������������������������� " ^7___ * ' FT  CRACKED NUTS I    KEEP TOOTING YOUR HORN  White lives are like white eggs;  thev bring more ih the market.  This world has only one real  need today, and that is the need  lor men that will do as well as  they know. ,  When a man comes to ask advice it is always best to find out  whether he wants it to bolster  himself up in a wrong position or  to pry himself out of a tight spot.  When a man's convictions have  not the power to set the wheels  of his life in motion, they are  about as useless as the china eggs  we sometimes give the old hen  to sit on.  The duller the razor the more  apt we are to cut ourselves shaving. The more economical we  are in honest effort to fit ourselves for the work of life, the more  sure we are to make a wretched  failure of it.  "He may be a great preacher,  but I do wish he would look a  little more cheerful." That is  the comment a lady made on a  prominent minister. To my mind,  she might just as well have said  that the man^s life gave  the lie  'to his������������������preaching.    #      .     ...  A cosset lamb is about the  meanest thing a man can have  on his farm. No matter 7how  many times a day you may feed  it nor how much, it is always  bleating for something it has not  ' * got and its nose is forever stuck  ' into something it has no business  with.'  Let's not be cosset lambs.  The merchant who argues that  because times are quiet he should  cut down his advertising, or discon  SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ENDERBY  NOTICE  Public Notice is h^pby.Sivcn Jo  cm aown ins auvi.-rii_.iiio, ������������������i v.���������������������������v... tj-c Electors ol the _>cnooi ijisuici  tinue il altogether, should "get the 0r Enderby, lhat 1 ������������������Xs���������������������������nhcPcflv  point" of this little prose verse by ence ol Ihe^d ^> -^  Wall Mason: \ [hc '31sl day ot  July, 1014, at   li  "If you tool your little looter and 0>c|ock ll0on, for the purpose ol  then lay aside your horn, there's electing u person %���������������������������jircscnUhcn  nol a soul in ten short days will  as Trustee..on the, Boaid ^ bchooi  ��������������������������� MM  ....  know that you were born. The man  who gathers pumpkins is the man  who  plows all  day, and  the man  who keeps u'humping is the man  who makes il pay.   The man who  advertises with quick and sudden cj,)aniy as proposer ������������������..-. ������������������������������������������������������'*".r'  |crk, is the  man  who blames thc ] and .shall be������������������ dj'.vercj:    o   he^c;  edit;,- because it doesn't work. Thc|turnm^  Trustees of Enderby in the place ol  Mr. A. Fulton, who has resigned.  The mode of Nomination ol Candidates shall be as lollows: Ihe  Candidates shall be nominated in  writing; the writing shall be sulv  sc-iled bv two voters of the Municipality as proposer and'seconder,  man who gets the business has a  long and steady pull, and keeps his  trade and local paper from year to  year quite full. He plans his advertising in a thoughtful, honest  way, and keeps forever at it until  he makes it pay. He has faith'in  all the future, can withstand a  bankrupt stock, and like a man of  scripture hus his business on a  rock."  WHAT NERVE  Bankers Buying Cows  "Perhaps never in the world's  history has there been a'grander  example of patience and self-  restraint than that,shown'by the  Orangemen and other Protestants of  Ulster during the past two years.,  To Sir Edward Carson, Sir Geo'rge  Richardson, Captain Craig, . M.P.,  arid leading men of Ulster," the Empire owes a debt of gratitude for  preventing action on the part of the  volunteers," who have had, the  gravest provocation from Messrs:  Churchill, Lloyd George, Augustine  Birrell, John Redmond, and Joseph  Devlin, to say. .nothing of Premier!  Asquith."       S  Si*S      '��������������������������� "���������������������������     ��������������������������� ,���������������������������-  ',   The   above   cli ppi ng \ from, r,the  Orange Sentinel: speaks\.for itself.  ,The   Vancouver   Saturday--'Sunset  adds.tlie-timely --remark' that:"one  Seeing the  advantage  to be  gained'by  the  introduction  ot  milcW  cows  of * the -best type  i > among the farmers, a number ot  ���������������������������   bankers ih  the Western States  -'���������������������������- have  of  late f been x purchasing  "l. Holsteinsin the East by.the car-: ���������������������������_-~^^ ^ - , ^  -load, .bringing:-them West; and^^^ S^or th^i0ya  , 'distributing them> among the iar- meiine     am.n   ..  ners of their ''districts  at  cost.  - "The,bankers who have been  fol-  - lowing this' practice are - taking  " their payments in monthly instal:  ���������������������������-ments-from the earnings of the  cows, and according to undoubted  authority, the payments are being  usually promptly met.  oTthe'davVf nomination: the said  writing .nay be. in the form numbered 5 in the Schedule ot the Municipal Elections'. Act, and shall  state the names, residence, and occupation or description ot each  person proposed, in such ni������������������  as suilicienily to identity such candidate; and .in the event ot a poll  being necessary,-such poll will be  opened on MONDAY, the 3rd day  of August, 1014, at the City Hall,  Enderby, of which every person is  hereby required to take notice ana  govern   himself   accordingly.  Tlie qualifications tor a person  to be nominated and elected as a  School Trustee; .are: u.ih������������������l SI?J  oerson is a British1 subject of the  full age.of twenty-one years: is not  disqualified under any law and has  been for the six months-next preceding the day ot ��������������������������� nomination .th-  registered owner,'in the, land regis,  irv ollice, of land :ov real property  in the city school district, ot.tne  issessed lvalue oh the last munici-  pS assessment roll; of live hundred ��������������������������� dollars -or.-* more, over, aaa  above any registered judgment oi  charge,-and who is otherwise qualified to vote al an election of school  trustees in the'said School pistnc..  Given under- my*hand at the Lib  Hdll, EnderbV, -B.C., this 23rd day  of July, 1914.--   '���������������������������'...���������������������������[   :;   .��������������������������� "' '  Sewing Machines  I am going out of the Sewing Machine busi-_  ness 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  staT le you-for CA&. Terms will be given  to responsible parties at a slight advance over  cash prices.  o  o  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  J. E. Crane, Prop. -  o  I  sunshine sermons Norman Grant  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier. Healthier Lite  j ������������������\^ ty -'       "     .",  By the Philo_opher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D,  GRAHAM,ROSOMAN; ���������������������������  ,i   '-[. .Returning. Officer.  BUILDER &  CONTRACTOR,  ^lMsociety. >  ^.^OFBRITI^^OJXMBIA^.^ >  NOTICE ��������������������������� :.sfKcrcby,' giveiij that��������������������������� at a" \i  ^,  ,������������������a-uas, ;��������������������������������������������� -   r   c6urts>lYicto;.ia.B:C.,:on;the(ilh,ot  -.-    ��������������������������� ,f- , * ��������������������������� ,   -*V   -*- .. -     ���������������������������    ,   j���������������������������iv, m^the, following resolution  Difference Between Love and Cash ���������������������������      ;.'        efl   in   accordance   with  .-.--'���������������������������   .-    ,    --,.���������������������������   i section 45 of the" Legal Pro I ess ion.  An oiohanae remarks that a man  Act.������������������   -      ���������������������������      yE. C. SkM*   ���������������������������������������������  Simple Cure for Bronchitis  //���������������������������  o  For bronchitis cut up two or  tiree lrrge raw onions. "Mince  them very finely. Place in muslin, and lay. this cool onion poultice on the chest and throat  Cover with a folded towel, .and  bandage lightly. This reads vert/  simply, but it is only an easy way  of applying a thoroughly scientific remedy, for the active agent  4n=the-onion-is=a=-Volatile_--PiJL  which has a powerful effect on.  the bronchial tubes, the nerve  centers and the skin.   Enough to   Be Thankful For  An exchange remarks that a man  can start out any day and inside of  an-hourand thirty minutes he can  engage a woman to ..work "for him  for"life at nothing a week, .while it  will take two weeks of solid search  to get one to work, at" fair wages  and board.  ',*,  E. C SENK1 1^  Secretary j I_._S.-RC.  ."That uppn, reading'tbe compiami  made  by   Hynek    Ventura  ^iinst  Alan Fairfax Crossman, .a Baii-Stei  and Solicitor of the Supreme Coury  of British Columbia, and upon -Mi  Crossman  appearing in  \^?^7l  the April meeting pt the Bencheis,  and after, giving evidence, and he-  fig examined, and thc hearing hav  g been-adjourned for the purpose  of procuring further evidence: and  upon hearing the evidence ot W. E.  Banton   on   said   adjournment  Mi.  Crossman not appearing; and  the said-witness was examinee  'Resolved, thai after carelul consideration of the said complaint the  In the tummer time you air'  your bedrooms during the night,  when you or your children are  In them, and shut It up during  the day when you are not in -  them. How wlte people are In  ,warm weather! But how ���������������������������lib/  some behave in cold weather!  People seem to care more about  their civilized, petted ekine than  they do about,their nature-bred  . lungs. ���������������������������,    J rj       ' , 7'  "\ It has always been a puale  to me how people y expect   \o  ' raise-healthy children and maintain 'heir'own health In sleeping'rooms In which they could:  hot" raise palms and flowers .the  wholei year round.  ;And. Inb������������������d  you goi or, laid up you -vt$?-**''  suffer * you" do, yor^ money.y you,;  - waster but -bllnd^-you1;-..remain^,  and;back; again ybu^go>to.yourt  old > foolish, habits, ��������������������������� until j. nature,:  - decides to" dispense, wlth7your:  Vrvlces and dlsposeiof;your,'re-y;  , mains:   Qctod enough!^ Jut Aho.  poorybables and. childrenvthat  sicken and tuffer and per'������������������h for  want'of God's, pure air, or that  are literally poisoned to death  or   crippled  .for   life. through  -measles and scarlet fever, and  pneumonia, and meningitis, and  tuberculosis, and diphtheria, by  -the foul breathed 7alr of th������������������  school rooms,, and frfay room*  and bed- roome!, ���������������������������     ;  (Copyright. 1910. by W. Q. Chapmaru)  Y7$i\  Plans and estimate?  Furnished ?,:/  "''_"' '    i-j������������������i ���������������������������"-  ',)���������������������������' ," %> "\7  V Dealer. In,, Windows/'Doors,;'Turniinga,%.;;;^f( ;|^  ' '   and -all  /factory \ work/ Rubjtieroid 7-7^  Roofing, Screen Doors "and .-Windows V.Cv^j  GLASS CUT TO'ANY. SIZES'??-���������������������������<-( '**wv*  r!Vl .$1  '-'Hi  We'represent S.- 0."SMITH.pogv^^^  -    '      '/���������������������������  .'- of Vernon-/^---"' yt^^Si^|  RusBell  Street  V Enderby! >. -i&-w*V  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� i   \f ...-"_.r-s.'.:J>U<  fife  -'7*.* ;X'-->rrs^&\  t^_^l���������������������������^Mi  ._ _; ___������������������ri*_;_3- is a:<&yjjj  HOME  gHlt_giKi|  ^_W\i  _-^%\^Af m^^mmMucWuS  '^%  xcan-uie^^  ,al  ^The Guaranteed **ONC PYS for}  I; *"- All .Kinds of Clotfi.r7y^:  - Cle������������������n, Simple, No Ch.ncc of MU.'"-"- .TRY 1  l - IT !  Send for Free Color CM ������������������J������������������'""^Ji!  I Tbe Joho-on.lUcluudion Co. Limited, Montteel^  |4;i'-'7^T|  ��������������������������� V,-  Strive for the Best.  ,s   The best cows.are none too good  Damuil   Ult   .-_... .,_---  for anyone lha, keeps cows tol^as Cro������������������ no. ������������������-���������������������������.^;'lta  many of our farmers cannot atloid  to'procure such cows, it should be |slueniilull Ul ���������������������������,u. -������������������_ :-.-:--   ,   .  the aim of ail-to make the most pos-j Benchers are of the opinion  th.ii  duct in the premises, and that he be J  <ui<mendcd from practice us a lidi  rX and Solicitor of the Supreme  : Court of British Columbia, tpi  s.x  'rom i months from the Gth day ol July,  1914."  -Sioie���������������������������wui���������������������������m-���������������������������ty_"J_.--.j-_- ��������������������������� ���������������������������  build up as last as possible.  ��������������������������� <a  Joe Minter has leased  the California mine near New Denver,  P. Burns & Co.  'What do  you  think of the  candidates?" asked one elector  _of another during a recent con-  te "What do I think of them?''  was the reply. "Well, when I  look at them I thank Heaven  that only one of them can get in.  The Home-Spent Dollar  . A dollar spent at home reacts  in its benefits with unceasing  general profit. Sent out of town  its life is ended. Kept with the  home merchants it is a messenger of continuous benefit. Business men should awake y to the  importance of keeping this dollar  at home, and make a bid for it  by judicious advertising.  Johnny-"Oh, mama! Here's  . 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  An Enderby Home  If we gave a merchant our custom we have a  right to expect him to advertise-to tell us weekly  in the columns of The Press what he has for us.  Advertising is shop news, designed to inform us,  save us time, and bring to our attention desirable  merchandise.  Every retailer who is alive to the interests of his  customers has a message-often many messages  ���������������������������Cor his customers concerning new goods,  special offerings, and things that we ought to  will be attentive and responsive to these messages,  if they are delivered every week in thc form of  advertisements in the weekly Press. The way to  get more business is to ask for it.  A NOTE TO MERCHANTS  Would YOU buy much or regularly from firms  th-^t never solicited your trade?  ..Do you no  ^ylS firm^ that wants my business must  ' YeTso^of you say, m effect, to your customers  Le"^e heJe    If you want our goods, come and  set them, but don't expect us to go after you.  It's a poor rule that doesn't work both ways.     .  Shop where you are Invited to Shop_  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 30, 1914  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  I  j  x  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  X  ���������������������������  -������������������������������������������������������*':���������������������������  >= ���������������������������:  :..������������������������������������������������������,.  ���������������������������  :������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  t  ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������.���������������������������-'  ��������������������������� "���������������������������  7*V  A.  ���������������������������/���������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  >r'  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������  .' ��������������������������� :  ������������������������������������������������������7:  X  -t:~  ..���������������������������..  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Hi  si Qfl  Thursday, July 30, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  GILLETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  %S^5l������������������^!R~<.?Z-i^v^>ld^J������������������v  ' 7|I,.'|T  IMIMI^I___--rSS;^" .  fl  ^^  POWOWEO  ^UETTCOMPANYLIMITEJ  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Lift  By the Philosopher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  Nothing equals mother'* milk  for a baby food. Nurse the baby  ' part of the time If you cannot  nurse It all of the time. - Feed  or nurse It at regular Intervals,  not more .than twice In three  hours after it Is six weeks old.  Don't feed It simply because It  cries. Decrease the amount of  milk on very hot days. Too  much food and too frequent  feeding are among the commonest causes of 'sickness.   Bathe  , the baby daily. The glands of  the skin carry off nearly as  much poisonous matter as the  bowels. They must both , be  kept open In hot weather. Dry  the skin well after bathing. Air  It.' Out of door air is necessary.  Keep the head shaded from direct, sunlight. In hot. weather  take the baby out early In the  morning,'before nine o'clock,  when .It Is cool,' and agtain late  In the afternoon and early'evening, but not late' at night.; Keep  _ It CO0I.7 If It Is bundled up too  ��������������������������� much In summer It will become  overheated.'The more nearly  "naked It Is the better In .extremely , hot weather. Keep It  In'a quiet place. A baby's  nerves are stty sensitive; continued 'noise, sometimes causes  sickness. Give It water. Between, feeding give water freely,: especially In hot weather.  Use only witter that has been  : boiled. Water that Is not absolutely pure should never be  given to a baby or to anyone  else. Give no fruit whatever to  a baby less than a year old. In  summer give no fruit to a baby  ' less' than two years old.  What Has Been Accomplished by  Co-operation Where They Co-operate  Do you know that thc Danes have  learned a way "to put monopoly out  of business"? It is a simple process  loo, for it is really accomplished by  means of u co-operative export  company lo sell their farm produce  lo their own customers'and by so  doing keep the profits to themselves  Although Ihe Danish fanners  have hud lo struggle against the  disadvantages of a poor, unresponsive soil, bad weather, thc circumscribed environment of a small  territory with narrow international  boundaries and many other diflicul-  ties, they have achieved the highest  agricultural success by intensive  farming; that is, by using the best  methods of- soil cultivation, dairying and pouitry. raising, and by-  selling their products through cooperative societies.  In a most interesting and instructive article in a recent number of  thc Metropolitan Magazine upon  Danish co-operation, Mr. Frederick  C. Howe states that "out of a total  of 248,000 farms in. the country,  133,000 are less than 13 V_ acres,  while only 8,000 are more than 150  acres." > '  "Do you see that little slab of bacon?" said a merchant , in Great  Britain to a' representative of Coleman's rural.  000 pounds; currants.40,000 pounds  evergreens, 350,000 pounds.  "Fifty-one cars of strawberries  lo dale have been handled lhis season through this agency, according  lo a recent announcement, and of  this number returns on ,21 have  been wired, showing an average, of  $1.31 per crate f. 0. b. Puyallup.  These prices re said to be thc highest received for car averages in  that section, and lhis condition, lo  a great extent, is claimed to lie in  the fact thai they are saving the  profit lo themselves by thc elimination of the TV. and 10 per cent,  brokerage charges heretofore given  for a service no more satisfactory  than they.-can and. do maintain  through the'amlgamation plan of  operation."  THE CREAMERY BEE  "Whenever a community gels the  creamery bee in its bonnet," says  lhe magazine Logged Off Lands,  "some wily 'creamery promoter'  sees 'pork' in the barrel for himself.  He is quickly upon thc ground, upon the platform, in the homes of  leading citizens,.and everywhere  ready to teach tlie. lessons of cooperative 'effort and business mah-  ipreseniauve 01 ">'������������������- e���������������������������t-ai the expense of several  "lhat is Danish.   It  . .  . ���������������������������    ...    ; , ; - ���������������������������,, ,-������������������������������������������������������,. ���������������������������..������������������������������������������������������*:_  can be traced not only back to the  packing house in Denmark, but to  joint notes and much bitter experi  ence.        Co-operative    .experience  .     ,       . .  .        ,   .  ! need not be paid for.   The fact is,  ",hPrC ,iWa^v^?-Lanl?!!..���������������������������S^������������������������������������������������������1������������������ it cannot be imparted'anyway'.'  It  ._,. ������������������������������������������������������     "m'u&i be learned; yand, fortunately,'  (Copyright, 1910, by W. O. ChapmanJ '  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Public Building, Ash-  croft, B.C.," will be received al this  ollice until '1 P.M., on Tuesday,  August 4th, 1014, for the construction of a Puplic Building al Ash-  croft, B. C  Plans, specification and form ol  contract can be seen and forms of  tender-obtained al lhe ollice of Mr.  "Win. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C., at Ihe Post Ollice  Ashcrofl, B.C., and al this Deparl-  nient. .,,   .  Persons tendering are notified  thai tenders will nol be considered  unless mnde on the printed forms  supplied, and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and place of residence. In  the ease of firms, lhe actual signature, the nature of lhe occupation  and place of residence of each  ���������������������������member-of the linn must be given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an accepled cheque on a  chartered bank, payable to the  order of the Honourable the Minister of Publie 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 thc  tender be not. accepted the cheque  will be returned. ,    x  The Department does not bind  itself to accept the lowest or any  tender.  By order,  '- R. 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.  their system of handling produce.  That retailer bought- the piece of itcanbe leai.nea at a profit. Just  bacon of the, Danish co-operative j bcgin, by Jpooling:' y0Ur butte'rfat;  representative in London. Some|fornl a:tjght:iiUle cream-shipping  years back, a keen syndicate of j orgahiialllon'arid .sell the/joint pro-  men .thought they, would control j duct; {Q_-the.-. highest', bidder for. a  the market upon this bacon and nxj.yea'r; . Tnis,will-teach Vou the'.fun  prices.   The Danes learned-about it, damen'ta]s. or.VayreaKco-operatiVi  ind at once the representatve>of  their co-operative packers-entered  the London market to selland distribute for themselves.  ,;:' At Leith.^ Edinburgh's seaporton  the Forth, for.a number of,years  the average value of-butter, eggs  and bacon per year from' Denmark  has been' $1,250,000'. Their entire  shipment into the United Kingdom  last year was more than one hundred million dollars' worth. It was  a great day for Denmark when  Germany quarantined against her  live stock, for she was forced to  begin packing her meat, and that  was the inception of her control of  Europe's bacon market.. '  About forty co-operative bacon  factories pack and market more  than, two-thirds of the bacon she  ships    and    uses.      Co-operation  damentals' 6IV; a \ real ^co-operative,  'partnership/, wHichl can later take'  oii manufacturing*activities_and,eh-  1 argc its61 f'���������������������������j-into^an ,-prgan^zation  capable -of,c6mpetihg\,ih / the ;inar-_  kets "for :the>butlfe;trade^^d  while.the yefrjslpa'ssihg/ayp'rofit  can* be made" tliafewill help;the en-,  lire enterprise-'aiong.",-,..-',-r---."1: -. v  ,    . -������������������������������������������������������".���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������",:' '���������������������������'��������������������������� p--   '* -vvJ-^-7"   .-;������������������������������������������������������  7JGIVE li^TO-THE DOGS 'Y?"  -, Just now, 1-icVc is a superfluity of  dog .in* Enderby. / Those : whose  restful' slumbers arc 'disturbed by  the canine sporling.elcment, do not  take kindly lo the experience, and  it" is not an uncommon thing lo see  a man sitting in the; dark corners  of the doorwiy at 2 in thc morning,  attired scantily/and, with shot-gun  across his knee waiting thc re-ap  pearancc ot the noise provokers���������������������������  snips     anu     uses.       i_u-uuuriun.ni   ....        ,        . ,,,  i      77        ...   .     , ,      '      . ���������������������������.rl  but they do not re-appear.'^  makes it possible to get a standard ���������������������������  quality, for hogs are bred and fed  in. harmony with the demands of  the packing society, its members  being the very farmers who arc  getting thc pigs ready to market.  l_rom_thc_day hc_opcns_his._eycs  the Danish farmer keeps his fingers  to.the shop of Ihe retail pork dealer  twisted in that pig's tail, figuratively. A well-known Danish-American visited a sister in Denmark  recently. The local butcher came  to buy a pig of her. He paid her  Ihe market price and then added so  many more '"'ore," their coin. Her  brother said: "What kind of a-graft  have you that he pays more than  the market?" "Oh, I belong to a  co-operative packing association,  and can gel market price if 1 sell to  them and then at Ihe end of the  year 10 or 12 per cent, in dividends,  if the butcher wants my pig, he has  to pay me Ihe dividends now."  Nothing uncommon for a |)ane to  belong to a dozen co-operative societies, each having its own special  purposes. They don't talk about il;  Ihcy co-operate.  Here is a hint as to what will no  doubt happen if something is' not  done to stop thc nuisance:  "I knows a shtuck-up feller, his  name vos Doctor Sell; unt may his  pills unt powders to my lot nell'er  _ftl 11 .=Ho-ca 11 t=l o_-sce__m y__=n ei gh bo ii  vot liffs agross der lane, he left  some pills unt powders unt-said  he'd come again. Der neighbor, she  don't like it, it lasted ferry kveer,  unt so she voudn'l took it, preferring lager beer; but ven he comes  again���������������������������asked how she vos dot day  ���������������������������she said: "I didn't like dem  doses unt give 'em old Dog Tray."  "Vol; half you gone unfvasted dose  medicines?'" cried he. "Oh, no;  ve didn't vanl dose'dogs���������������������������id- vos all  right," said she.  RESULTS OF CO-OPERATION  COST 0V SILAGING  ���������������������������When it comes lo lhe cost of  putting silage in the silo the farmer  who has not had lhe experience is  apt to largely exaggerate it, says'a  writer in the Wisconsin Farmer, adding: "Let me make this statement:  One can pul silage before his slock  cheaper than he can dry corn fodder. When I make this statement I  take into consideration the use of  the machinery in filling as well as  the labor employed."  JIM IN A GEE STRING  The Puyallup (Wash.) Valley  Fruit Growers' Union now has orders and contracts that will consume the following quantities of  berries, says a Washington exchange:       ,  Shipping Stock ��������������������������� Strawberries,  00 carloads; raspberries, 70 cars;  blackberries, 10 cars; currants and  Logans, 8 cars.  Barrel    and    Canning    Stock���������������������������  Strawberries, 270,000 pounds; raspberries 480,000 pounds;,raspberries      Dead beats are said to like sponge  480,000  pounds;  blackberries,  50,- cake best.  The weather has been so changeable lately, that one doesn't know  in the morning whether to dress in  kills or simply don the sporran and  a geestring. Even in a mining  camp the dress difficulty, is a serious one.���������������������������Slocan Record.  WILL THE TRAINMEN STRIKE?  Negotiations which have been  going on for about three months  between committees representing  the Western railways and their  locomotive engineers and firemen  regarding thc wages and schedules  of these employees, were recently  suspended, and there are ugly rumors of an impending railway  strike that promises to involve no  less than 55,000 engineer and firemen. The railways concerned in  lhe negotiations number 08 and include practically all lines in the  United Stales west of Lake Michigan and the Illinois Central Railroad, including this road, and all  lines in Canada west of Fort William, except thc Grand Trunk Pacific. The total mileage of thc railways involved is approximately  140,000 miles; the number of men  involved, as before stated will be  about 55,000, and the wages how  paid annually to them amount to  $67,750,000.   ...  Thc final request submitted by  the employe's committee proposed  increasing the number of hours of  arbitrary allowances, reducing the  number of hours of work after  which overtime would be paid by  50 per cent in passenger service  and 20 per cent in freight and  other service, increasing the rate  for overtime 100 per cent in passenger service and <50 per cent in  freight and other service, and in  addition, advancing . substantially  the rate per hundred miles Tor all  service, as well as creating many  new - positions. These and' the.  other'concessions requested by the  men, would,. it is argued- by the  railroads, increase, the pay rolls of  the roads- interested by more than  $33,000,000 * a . year, or approximately 50 per cent  ���������������������������-. 'Man.cannol.Jhrive apart from the  land. The land gives a scnsc.,of> se-  curity���������������������������and'.independence hot found  jnVanything else. \   --: ;7-..7 iSS^S  Talcum  Powder  The National Drug Cq.'s  latest and best Talcum  Powder. Something that  should be in every home,  ���������������������������and in every lady's camp  bagt���������������������������Frevents=sun-burnr  and keeps the skin soft and  unchapped.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  ciinrst.  En'Wbjr  in Enderby ycl, and don't expect to, but we hope-.to strike  belter limes soon. That's why  folks are pa in ling the outside  ol' their stores and houses this  season���������������������������lhal, and lhe special  low prices wc arc giving on all  kinds-'bf'outside painting work.  C.G.PIPER     City Decorator  People of Enderby  When 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-kept  and safe bakery business in Euderby. Don't you think it is Worth  something to the town to have an  establishment or this kind ? Then  do your part lo encourage such an  enterprise.  Homeseekers Should  . Come to-Enderby  BECAUSE it is one of the healthiest spots on earth,- only two children and no adults having died of  disease in the last eight years.  BECAUSE, when you arrive, the  Board of Trade will take you in hand  and make you feel at home and see  that you are satisfactorily settled..  BECAUSE you will find here all the  advantages and beauties of a magnificent river, ever green hills, grassy  meadows and cool, delightful valleys.  BECAUSE if you prefer a home-site'  on the hills, in groves of birch and  alder, cedar and pine, overlooking  the river and valleys, you will find it  here most ideally located. >  BECAUSE   we   have the purest of ;  water piped   to   every home from a  sparkling mountain stream,,a perfect -    " *,'  system   of   electric   lighting,, and an  abundant supply of wood.     .  <"  ���������������������������,.     ''    7i  ..BECAUSE, if you are a person of S-'~ y  means, and wish to make a home for, ,y "-*  yourself on .the banks of "the'soft-/\-7^'  flowing - Spallumcheen, you -will-, find*;, ^ S''  good roads already leading.to'the," "7"  ���������������������������ite, and all the materials' necessary ���������������������������? r'. 7  to build close at hand.    - '���������������������������!-,..   ���������������������������--������������������;���������������������������-  BECAUSE you will find here all the' ' '* 4;  advantages to be foiind^any'jplace " ^7-7  else in the Valley, and'none "of the/ '?S -".'\  disadvantages. ���������������������������     ���������������������������. 7^ S2- Ss77-  BECAUSE there is work to beyhad \^VJ>  by anyone looking for it, in the mills; \ 1- yV-  in the lumber camps, on. the :fa'rm;y^sShl  in the , lumber yards, in -theCbrick;������������������$0&  yards,r in the building. trades or the v.r%'&-  orchards. -.      , ,.,   7   "  7 -7'V.;./'/,������������������'{.������������������%'--  ���������������������������'BECAUSE fruits7 hay, j vegetables'^';^  and grain;grow, to "perfection"there'v<:_������������������t!)  without irrigation.. ���������������������������-     ;' v T-t-~':f( S^-'ySvfV  ' ^BECAUSE'Enderby has neye'rjjieeru^g?  boomed,  .therefore   you    can-' bujrsat^f.^*.  reasonable.; -.prices ���������������������������.andv beV sureJ^of^^ffiL  doubling your money: -'' *S'Z.x%$������������������*.&$-W\  r ���������������������������BECAUSE, thisy - District^has''ayclif %^|p|l  mate"; se'cond'.;to. "none; - tot" too :-vet"foTi������������������^SM\  too dry; "^splendid T growing: ^um_ners5^p|pl  ^nd^glorious^  " BECAUSE 7you-V;^ill 'nnd^the^eli^-^ficl  rme-' orli'ipof -frmal t'ori/1 -,_^.n$������������������_l--.wlVr_tif _ ^A%'i^_**������������������-I  >-,:..;  q&_|  ��������������������������� i.rf>-.t^i_-s^iL  ^-'"''���������������������������^''i&iV  .~_.V4f*_"--'-'-? -  SYNOPSIS Of. COAL MININCRECllUITIONS^lgfi|  Coal mining rightsr of the^" Dominioq^'^^l  in Manitoba, ' Saskatchewftny.andv^:>;:';l,rj:\f|  bertai, the Yukon" -Territory,','' thtV".-WSI  Northwest Territories and "a'portion'V^r:  of the' province of -British- Columbia/1'"  may "be leased, for a term of - twenty1,"- y  one'years at an annual rental ofylly"!"  an acre. Not more than-2,560 acresly _  will be leased to one applicant.   ._/7y77>  Application    for   a   lease must"be. y-  made by the   applicant.in_ person..tq-17  the Agent   or   sub-Agent of the die- ir't''",'-'-!  trict in which rights applied for-,are -  situated.       ' * " ,-v' -'"'  In surveyed territory the land-must',"  be described by sections, or legal "  eub^ivisions^of^-ectionsT^atid^in-un^  surveyed territory the tract' applied ''  for shall be staked out by the appli- ���������������������������  cant himself.  Each application must be acconr-  panied by a fee for |5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton. ,  The person operating the mine shall ���������������������������  furnish the Agent" with sworn returns"  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereon. It the coal mining  rights are not boing operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year. ,  Tlie lease will include the coal mining rights only, but che 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 anyAgent or Suh-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  his advertisement    will not be paid  for. ' ���������������������������     '  John Johnson  SALMON ARM, B. C.  Box 644 Phone 6H  Licenced   Auctioneer.     Sales attended to promptly.     Terms on applica-  ion, or through the Walker Press.  Men arc hated for their successes  and despised for their failures. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Bring Your  Cash to the Big  . Cash Store  II' you haven't yet tried buying  your Groceries for CASH, you  do not know  save you in ;i single month.   Let  us show you.    Come into our  store the next time you are out  buying, and we   will   convince  >ou that CASH BUYING is by  far the most satisfactory and the  most economical.      It has enabled   us  lo  do  business  on a  smaller margin of profit, and to  give a more satisfactory service.  Compare our goods and prices  with those you are accustomed  to   getting;   make a practical,  working test of it: take Quality,  Freshness, Service and Price into account; and then note how  much you save in your buying  when you get down to thc CASH  basis      We would like to help  you make the lest.  Thursday/July 30, 1914  City-Council Must Face Difficult  Problem of Financing; also Weeds  to making further advances on secured uncollected revenues, notwithstanding, the limitations contained in Scc.'13'l of lhe-Act.  The matter of amending the Acl  by increasing the amount of discount   which   can   be   offered   for  Bring   Your  Cash Store.  W. J. Woods  Two important matters were before the City Council al Monday  night's meeting���������������������������that of enforcing  the noxious weed by-law within  the city limits, and the matter of  finances.    Tho enforcement of the  noxious'  weed   by-law   was   made,           _        how much it will | ^.oinp'ulsoi-y' by Ihe Provincial noxr I prompt payment of luxes-was taken  ions weed inspector, who is visiting! uj) with the (iovenimenl last year  Ihe dislrict for Ihe purpose of see-1 by lhe Municipal Union, al the in-  jug lhal lhe Noxious Weed Acl is ��������������������������� stance of this city, but without suc-  fomplied wilh, nol only 'in ' tin in cor-! cess. I would suggest lhal lhe  poraled territory and along Ihe! question be again broughl lo Ihe al-  wagon roads, bul wilhin Ihe botin-j lenlion of the Union, wilh the  daries of incorporated municipal!*- added argument of this year's sen-  ties and cities as well. ous experience lo support our con-  It was decided to give five days' lenlions.  notice lo properly owners IhaL Ihcj The financial statement submitted  noxious weed by-law, which is j by the Clerk and Treasurer -showed  framed lo conform wilh the Pro-! total receipts for'the half-year lo  vineial Noxious Weed Act, must be i the amount of $12,854.8-, from the'  complied wilh forthwith, and lhe j following sources:  mailer of cleaning the city streets! Cash on hand .Ian. 1st  was also considered.  The question of cilv finances was  brought up by lhe Cily Clerk and! Trade   licen.es  Treasurer, who submilled his hnlf-.'Hoad tax  yearly  slalement, accompanied  by  Ihe following Idler:  Your Worship and Gentlemen:  I  beg herewith  to submit  slale-  'menl of receipts and disburscmcnls  for the half-year ended June 30lh,  101<1:  -During Ihe period covered by  said statement expenditures have  been kepi well within lhe appropriations grauled lo Ihe respective  departments, and nothing has occurred lo -nuke unforeseen demands on the city's revenue.  Cash  to  the  Big  Solve your problems  by Smoking "O K"  Tobaccoes    and    Cigarettes  Tobacco is going lo solve the agricultural problem of lhe Okanagan;  it is going lo cover the slopes wilh  .a paying crop for lhe farmer,,thc  backbone of tlie country, that has  been ridden lo nearly, breaking  point. There are excellent reasons  why, over :\ pipe of the "O.I.."  tobacco, the present conditions of  business should be carefully considered, and if is most important  that your district be forced ahead.  -Tbe'success of the .^O.K!7 tobacco  is your success. Begin today .by  -'sinoking the. "O.K", if not by itself,  llien blended with your favorite  brand, which, you admit, burns the  tongue.  Our Tobacco has been thoroughly  prepared, does nol burn the tongue,  is Ihe finest Tobacco in the world,  and is nol al a prohibitive price be  cause a home product.  The "O.K" Fine Sinoking  The "O.K" Bird's Eye  The "O.K" Cigarette Tobacco  ,--���������������������������-,-   - ������������������    50.00  Heal eslale taxes     7,G(i2.l0  Waterworks   ayalcm...-:.     l,Go'").()0  Governmenl school grant..   1,508.(55       772.50  ,-     210.00  [>ou tax        70.00  Police department       131.00  Hecreation grounds       '109.00  Cemetery          30.00  C. S. Handcock, mortgage..    018.00  Sundry receipts       -15.00  Bank Montreal, loans   12,000.00  Outstanding cheques       85*1.84  CITY OF ENDERBY  NOXIOUS WEEDS  NOTICE is hereby given that  every owner, lessee or occupier of  land is required by law (without  necessarily receiving notification  so' to do) to cut down or otherwise  destroy, oi- cause lo be cut down or  otherwise destroyed, all noxious  weeds growing ...thereon as often in  each and every year as may be  necessary lo prevent said weeds  from producing seed; and that any  such owner, lessee or pecupier who  refuses or neglects so lo destroy, or  cause lo be .'destroyed, any such  weeds, thereby renders himself  liable to a penally not exceeding  925.00 for each such offence.  And notice is hereby further  given lhal every such owner, lessee  or occupier upon avIiosc land such  weeds shall be found after the expiration of 7 (seven) days from  dale hereof will be prosecuted according to law. ���������������������������,..  By order of the Municipal Council. (.RAMAnl  ROSOMAN.  Cily Clerk.  City Hall, .lulv 30th. 1014.-"  CITY OV ENDERBY  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under thishead  3c a word first insertion, lc a word  each subsequent Insertion.  Don't forget lo order your E���������������������������Z  seal fruit jars. They arc going fasl.  Dill Bros.  ORDER your Raspberries of Box  (n.Edgewood Ranch; Al qualilv.  Markel price, $1.75 per crate,  crate relurned. Delivery, Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd  Saturdays.  '^vT't-A   l)Clirl   crescent   brooch,  'inder   please   leave   at   Walker  Press.  Lounge Collars are certainly  comfortable these warm .days. A  good assortinen. at Dill Bros.  HAY PRESSING ���������������������������Having purchased Chas. Hoover's gasoline  baleing out/it, am prepared lo  handle any size crop, by the ton.  For particulars apply, H. Halliday  Armstrong, B.C.  Rebale on Taxcs  bOB SALE���������������������������Fruit ranch in the  Okanagan. Any reasonable oiler  accepted. Owner must sell. Apply lo Mrs. C C. Rice, 2124 4lh  AoV<?oY> Vancouver;   'phone,   High  Disbursements  912,854.8-1  In  4-oz  tins  from   your dealer  i   35c per_jjn,_or djrect from���������������������������  J. .McCI.OUNIE & SONS,  Growers and Manufacturers  VERNON,   B.  C.  I regret, however, to have lo  draw attention to thc fact lhat the  receipts have fallen considerably  short of thc estimates.  The percentage of the tax levy  paid during the corresponding  period of the lasl five years was as  follows:  1010   06 per cent.  1011 70 per .cent. -  1012 ...." 70  per cent  1013   -. .05 per ccnl.  1014    .33 per cent.  There is also a falling oil' in the  water receipts for the half-year of  about 20 per ccnl., notwithstanding  the, heavy discount/ offered -r-forlorn pi. p_ayjn^iit../*V-'- -  "Whilc7therc arc sufficient funds  on hand and in sight lo provide for  immediate needs, these figures disclose a serious impending deficit,  and it is necessary thai further provision should be made lo enable the  city to mcel its obligations as they  fall due, later on in the second half  of Ihe year.  Under the terms of Ihe Municipal  Bank Montreal, 1013 loans..97,700.80  Int. on debenture loans . .  3,175.01  Board of Works      358.27  Waterworks system      407.20  Board School Trustees ... 5,703.14  Police department       558.15  Assessment           119.80  Municipal   elections         44.05  Street lighting ,7 ..     202.25  Clerk's salary       000.00  Printing & stationery        04.05  Donations, 21th May      500.00  Int. on temporary loans. ..     293.11  Cily hall maintenance      237.75)  Recreation  ground maint.       73.32  Public health   ....:     '.135.70  Poor relief .--...     174.05  Band stand   .... 7.        10.75  Sundry charts .-.^. 7.     -203 50  Tax refund  . .. .-  4.33  Bank  exchange; .'.  1.1()  Sundries ���������������������������". ;'  i..\������������������  Cash on hand \        20.33  Al bank ;,_..^.;....,..?,. ..*.., 5,200:50  .    -_.   . '   ~-       _.,.*'__" ._-$*_ t.J--- > -. ~ _.���������������������������'_ -.������������������w,_j-������������������ i���������������������������1������������������>       - .-.     _.   _, .  ���������������������������,'/-.-���������������������������',..-.'- ft--- - ,,>',���������������������������. $20,117.7o  ; Afleiv. con.si.dei able ''discussion it  was decided J by the Council to  -pul through fm amending by-law to  extend the lime of rebate on taxes'  lo August 31.si, and the Clerk was  instructed Iqy write thc Bank of  Monlreal in accordance with the  .suggestion   made above.  NOTICE is hereby given,that the  period within which rebate or discount is allowed on City taxes has  been extended, and that the usual  reduction, as shown on lax notices,  will be given on all taxes for Ihe  current year paid on or before the  31st day of August, 1914. .  By Order of the Council.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Cily Clerk.  Cily Hall, .July 30lh, 1914.  10 RENT���������������������������Large comfortable furnished "shack" on bank of  Spallumcheen river, 400 yards  from Hupel postoffice and' grocery store; lour miles from Mabel  Lake. Good trout fishing in both  river and lake. Bigs or saddle  horses can be hired al Hupel.  Rent, $3 per week, or 910 per  month.    Apply Box A, Hupel.  Madam Cuillaux Acquitted  After one of the most sensational  trials in Paris, Mine. Caillaux, slayer  of Calmelle, editor of the Figaro,  was acquitted, on Monday last.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement ,_  ; Contractor.,  LOST ��������������������������� Automobile "whisllc, on  Deep Creek, Salmon Arm, Enderby to Armstrong roads. Finder  rewarded on- returning same to  Hope Bros., Armstrong. .  MRS. PARADIS,   Dress Making Pallor,   Cliff    street,! .second    building  from   furniture   storey ^Fashionable'  dressmaking   and   ladies'' tailoring.  ������������������ Reasonable prices.,    Work prompt'.y"  (executed. -',-       ,y:t~;_  SBuil'diriglBloclcMt  "-.' Cement:Brickp' 7%  ;Vn;y,;. --.-ty ,..-,-������������������*  ���������������������������'Lawn Vases "7 ' '  Grave Stones \  Cemetery Szipplies  E N DERBY,   B.   b.  <:\i\  SECRET SOCIETIES ^liiT^  ���������������������������   -       ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*- *Tt- -,--;-������������������1 wt-n-ilF   "HW-T-r.'ry+Ti���������������������������a f  full moon at 8 p.' m. m Oddfellows ..Hall. Vi-itlr.*  brethron cordially invited.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  Villa Defies Carranza  \ repoi-l comes from Mexico that  Villa has determined to take his en-  "O.K" Cigarelles are Supreme  2 Packag-s for 10c. 5 for 25c  \V. J. Woods says he has found  Ihe cash-system- enlirely -.satisfactory lo his -patrons, and much the  heller way of doing business.  1  Acl a municipal corporation is noljlirc iinilv ilUo Mexico Cj, j|lsl d  milhorued, as .1 reasonably might J of 5(000 as he has been invited to  be, to borrow in anhcipalion of|do by Gcncra| Carsinza. If we  current ..iconic lo the full amount, tlon., watcn oul those ncws,-)apei.  ol its secured uncohecled revenues; correspondcnls will have another  lor the year, bul is reslricled lo the. war on in Mexico.  ,a mou n Uo ll���������������������������I h e__p re-vi otks--yea i^s-t M-v4-JL:-^^---^--J---- ��������������������������� _���������������������������  ---^���������������������������. =���������������������������  levy; and the bank has insisted in  recent years in ils transactions with  the city, on keeping strict!y 'wilhin  the loiter of the Act.  The amount of lasl years' tax  levy was, in round figures, $13,300;  and lhe loans already obtained this  yea r on a'e conn I of curren tVreyeh u e  amount lo���������������������������? 12,000, so thai Ihere-'is  t  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  I.O.O.F.  . -��������������������������� ^^^  Eureka Lodge, No. 50  Meat's every Tuesday .veninpr at 8 o'clock, In 1. O.  n    K1    linll      1^A.,.nl<,    1.I������������������a1.        XTlr.il: 1 Jl         .  O. P. hall, Metcalf  ways    welcome.  block.   Visi'tiiiB' brollicrs al-  JAS. MARTIN, N. Q.  C. 1'ARRINSON, V. ������������������,  R. E. WHEELER, Scc'y,  J. B. GAYLORD.\Trens.  PLUMBING, HEATING, TIN,  SMITHING & REPAIRING"  Estimates furnished.  ST  OF CANADA  Wilh Cash la thc Bank  You Can Buy to  Advantage    ���������������������������'  You know how everything  costs more when you have-to buy  on credit. Why not practice self-  denial a while if necessary, open  a Savings Account in the"Union  Bank of Canada, and, with the  money in hand, buy at Cash  prices ? The discounts will help  to swell your bank balance, and  you will have a good start towards  financial independence.  Endef.y Branch,      J. w. GILLMAN, Manager  no w a 17Fa rgfn o F o nly $ [ ,3 ()()a va i I-  able form this source���������������������������a sum which  would nol go very far towards  meeting Ihe situation.  It is nol al all likely that any  furl her large proportion of Ihe outstanding laxes will be received before Ihe end of lhe year, as, now  lhal Ihe lime for Ihe rebate is past,  there is no inducement lo properly  owners lo pay until the laxes begin  lo have interest added lo them,  which will nol be until after Dec.  31sl.  While there is no present cause  for alarm, J think ii is only right  for me to point out lhat the city has  never before, since  incorporation,  encountered   such   a   situation   as  now  confronts  il,  and   lhat grave  consequences cannot  rail to ensue  unless prompt and  effective measures are adopted  for the maintenance of  the city's credit.    In  the  circumstances,    I    would    respectfully suggest, (1) That a by-law lo  amend lhe Tax Levy By-law, 1!)M,  be passed, extending the lime  for  rebate allowance for a short period,  ���������������������������say unlil  Aug.  31sl;  and   (2)   lhat  the bank be approached in regard  52:  Big Values  in  "A used cur bouRht from'the-  Winlon Company is worth 30 per  cent., more than its duplicate anywhere else." We hear this statement cvury day. Tho reason is  plain when it is remombored that  no traded-in car is offered here  for sole until it has been thoroughly overhauled in our own  Hhops by Winton experts and  brought up to the Winton standard  ol'automobile excellence.  If you can anpreciate what this  enhanced value means you will  send NOW for our complete list  of high-grade 'used' car bargains.  It uroes without saying that a  re-built car of high-^rnde manufacture which has been operated  only 10 percent, of its real mile-  aire. that can be purchased at 50  percent of the original price will  prove far more satisfactory and  much less expensive than a cheap  car bought new.  Very little money will NOW  buy one of these re-built ears that  will R-jve the best satisfaction in  both serviceand appearance. Send  to-day for our latest complete  bargain list.  TKeVfntonMotor  Car Co.  Spokane,\v<ash.  At Murrin Hardware Store,  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Jrteets every Monday even ins  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 forConccrts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address  --__,-    _-R_^ff_BA]tBv-En-derhjr^  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have-them7^-0ur-cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, s  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  PROFESSIONAL  A^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  T\R. H. W. KEITH,  Office hours:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  Evening, 6:30 tp 7:W  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts. ENDERBY  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.  Q   L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  E    J    Mack    I EVERYB0BY'S   DOING   IT!  DOING WHAT?  Getting their Suits cleaned and  pressed at  A. E. WEST'S, TUc Enderby Tailor  Monthly Contract, a Specialty  Orders taken  For the famous Pittsburg Fence.  Also Building and Painting.  J.A.Miller, Enderby

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