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 Tf-b : ��������������������������� 7tft  I  <**Vjv������������������-.-, ���������������������������- -������������������"7     ^  UsJ lJ'v1-,- 7->" ." ..���������������������������?:  ^*^vaK>-���������������������������>-..---i-*_'-'-i':���������������������������i~  /_  Enderby, B. C, February 4,  1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 49; Whole No. 351* ���������������������������  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  v   '���������������������������*  Born���������������������������At.their home, Enderby, Jan.  29th, to Mr. and Mrs. Staten, a  daughter.  . Mr. Thos. Cray, of* Mara, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doerflinger  this week.  Many Endcrbyites arc preparing  lo go to the Mara masquerade ball  this evening.  At the last meeting o'f the Board  of School Trustees, Trustee Johnson  resigned from the Board.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Meyers left  for the Eastern States on Saturday,  lo be absent a month or two.  Parish  of  Enderby,  Sexagesima  Sunday: Hoiy Communion,'' 8 a.m.  and 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m.,  all at Enderby.  Mr. F. II. Lamar, who has taken  over thc outside sales, department  of the Okanagan Saw- Mills, left for  , thc coast this week. ,  ������������������  James Glen left for North'Vancouver- on "^Monday "to -join the-Gth  :Field   Company  of  Canadian, Engineers as a sapper.  A special meeting of the Hospital  "Auxiliary will be held in the City Hall,  Monday afternoon, ��������������������������� Feb. 8th, at 3.30.  A full attendance is requested.  ��������������������������� Next Sunday evening in the  Presbyterian Church, - Mrs. . Dow  will give an interpretative reading  of some of Browning's poems.  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crane, of  Vancouver, came in last Thursday.  They returned lo the coast metropolis on Monday, accompanied by  Mrs. Crane, of Hullcar.  - W. J. Woods is offering some  well-kept Gravcnstcin apples this  week. This is one of the most delicious of fail-eating apples, and to  get them in February is quite a  treat.  Many Enderby masquerade costumes are being prepared for thc  _balLto_beJieldJn_the_OpcTa^j-Ipiise^  The soft weather of the past few  days has made curling a thing to  be talked bul not played, and some  tine verbal ends have been put up.  Only on three nights of the week  have games been played. Dill defeated Evans 15-7, Mack won from  ���������������������������Walker, 10-0; Murphy from Keith.  9-8; Prince from Stevens, 13-8;  Keith   from   Scolt,   15-4.  The jewelery store ofA. W. Prior  changed hands this week, it being  taken over by Mr. George Radford,  a graduate of John Brilton, manu^  faclurihg jeweler, of Nottingham.  Eng. Mr. Radford carries with him  his "papers," and assures the public  A GET TOGETHER TALK  Mr.  A.  R.  Rogers,  president  of  back here in April and hope to find  things in belter working order.  Lei me know if there is anything  ENDERBY EGG CIRCLE  A members' meeting of the above  the Okanagan Saw -Mills, Ltd., and I  c,v!gcthc,  will   assist  subsidiary companies, spent a  clays in Enderby lasl week looking  after his interests here. One of the  important mailers which was taken  up by the company while Mr.  Rogers was here was the question  of adding a box factory to the mill  plant as it now stands. After going  fully into the matter, it was decided that the present heating plant  was not sufficient to make steam to  drive the additional plant thai  would have to be installed, and the  I can do to help you.   Now get to- society was held on Saturday after  Get after the  things that noon, Jan. 30lh, in the City Hall. .  in   building   up   your  of 18 were absent, and of these, one  of  Enderby  and   district  that  all | question was dropped, so far as the  work placed in his hands will receive prompt and expert attention.  The funeral of the late Mrs.  Julia ,Parker was held from the  Presbyterian Church last Friday  afternoon. ��������������������������� The. church was tilled  to the doors, and the .service, conducted -by. Rev. Mrv Dow,, was* eloquent and touching in its' simplicity  and earnestness���������������������������so typical of the  spirit-of the departed. Upon thc  casket were heaped flowers of love  from friends far and hear. - ."  7/1. FULTON RETURNS  Mr. A. Fulton returned from Calgary on- Tuesday, and will, be followed in a short time by Mrs. Ful-  mill company is concerned. But Mr  Rogers stated to the" Press that their  investigations had' convinced him  that there was a splendid opening  at Enderby for a-box and sash and  door factory, operated in conjunct  tion with the saw mill, and that he  would use-his influence in" and'-,  fort to get- such a' factory established here, and he would like lo  sec thecilizcns of Enderby take an  unselfish interest in'thc projectand  all pull together to, bring about the  desired-end.-���������������������������,    '*/'*' ~���������������������������^S>- -  -I want to tell you," said he,  "that you have one of the finest  townsitcs at Enderby to be found ih  Canada. I like it belter than any  of the towns in thc Valley. Bul I  want-to say something to-you that  I, feel ought to be said, yet I do-nol  loAvn. Get your district opened up  wilh good roads. Bring the business of the surrounding district to  Enderby. Don't be a dead town.  Be alive lo lhe possibilities of the  district. And when you start after  a thing gct.it." >  ARMSTRONG VISITORS  ton and children.   Mr. Fulton takes  back the hardware business sold to j wish to hurt the feelings 'ot any .of  Mr. Murrin last year, and it is his j your people.    I have  found  more  Last Monday evening thc young  people of the Presbyterian Church  in Armstrong, drove up to visit the  Enderby Bible Class. - Thc members  of thc class turned out in , large  numbers to extend a fitting welcome, and the basement was packed  by a very happy gathering. At the  closc.of <lhc. regular eveningVstudy  an hbuiyor sbwas.spcnf.iri friendly  intercourse.' . Instrumental/, and ~vo,-  .cal music ^was" contributed'"by the  ���������������������������Misses." Buck- and Patrick,.of Arm1  strong,-and by Mrs.' Hcndrickson  and Miss Stevens and.;Mr.'.Caldcr, of  Enderby, arid Mrs. .Gorle' also .recited with splendid effect!" '���������������������������"7"'  An orchestral accompaniment to-  lhc piano during the opening1 exercises added greatly to thc musical  effect. Refreshments were served,  and sociability reigned. Then the  sleighs drove up and the happy  gathering dispersed.  was unavoidably detained."   .  In'addition to thc regular mem- y  bers, two or three others came,to  hear the proceedings.   A gratifying  feature  of   this   meeting, was   the"..  presence   of   no   fewer, than . six  ladies,, five whom are members,~qf_";,  the Circle.        , -' - "**.   /   7-.,  The object of the meeting .was .-to,  place fully before the iriembers a,.',  succinct and concise account of the,/,  aim, scope and objects of the.Circle/,:  and to clear up any doubtful,points.*;."*'  This was done in a short, address-r-  written and delivered by one of lhe"-'!"  members. , .     . .      -  '\',::  *"4fe;  7  v ?*: !_������������������������������������������������������������������������ ,^v>i  -.  tV  . %.������������������,  * *  "_   '  '"'  under the auspices of the Hospital  Auxiliary next Thursday evening,  Feb. 11th.  Methodist Church services: Morning, at 11, subject, "The Power of  the Church," evening, at 7.30, subject, "Ruth;" communion service at  the close of evening service. Sunday school al 2,30.  *" Contractor Russell has been engaged to build a school house on the  Indian reserve, the Indians finally  agreeing upon the proposition and  being unanimous in asking for the  school to be established.  The people of Grindrod gave a  very successful dance in lhc school  house last Friday evening, attended  by several sleighloads of young  people of Enderby, Mara, Deep  Creek and neighboring places. G.  Stoward acted as floor manager,  and thc mus*c was supplied by Mr.  and Mrs. T. Sharpe.  On Sunday, 14th inst., al 7.30 p.  ni. there will be a combined service  of praise and thanks to celebrate  100 years of peace between Canada  and the United States. Thc Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodist  congregations and choirs will take  part, and the service will be held in  the Presbyterian Church.  At the Twentieth Century Bible  Class next Monday evening, Rev. P.  ' Henderson, of Armstrong, will lecture oh modern Palestine. As Mr.  Henderson has travelled -in that  counlry, the lecture ought to be  both instructive and interesting.  The public is welcome. In thc  Presbyterian basement at 7.30.  intention to continue the business  in   his   former   fearless,   straightforward  and public-spirited  style.  It will be good news to the people  lack of harmony here among your  business people, on this trip, than  I ever saw before in a small community. .Now that is wrong. We  of Enderby to learn that Mr. Fulton I (our company) have invested very  is returning to take up anew his; heavily in* Enderby. We cannot  business here.   He is a strong man, pull out if we would.   And wc want  to help you citizens of Enderby  make this the lown it should be.  We arc ready lo help you.   But wc  and his business standing isv gilt-  edged. In speaking thus it should  not be taken in any way as a reflec-  tion-=u pon-Mr-.-=Mu rri nf=-whoH n-4he-  ycar lhat hc has been in business in  Enderby, has won thc confidence  and  esteem  of his  business  asso-  Gari-do=nolhing^iWhere-=is-not=tha=r\vcre-piekcd==by--thc-cxaminers-but  spirit of harmony amongst you.  You must get together. Get your  public bodies together.    Help each  ciales and the public.   Owing to the olher.    Forget  yourselves.  Give  a  war conditions breaking suddenly,  Mr. Murrin found it impossible lo  swing certain changes, and withdraws with the confidence of all.  little all along Ihe line. Wc are to  start up the planing mill on Monday  and intend to start the saws as soon  DORSES FOR THE GOVERNMENT  Major F. C. Wolfendeir, Lieut.  Scotl, G. Bukcr, Dr. Orel, P. S'gt.  Monger, Bfm. L. Huray, and E.  Noble, all connected with the pur-,  chasing of remounts for the War  Office, spent Tuesday, in Enderby,  purchasing horses for thc Government. Many more animals were  offered than were taken, yet several  the   prices   offered���������������������������from   $135 lo  SI Go���������������������������were refused by the owners.  Rev. Mr. Dow, F. \\. Prince, E. J.  Mack and J. W. Gillman went as a  rink to Vernon lhis week to enter  the    bonspiel   opening    there   on  as possible this spring.    I will be Monday.  writer,showing that,private'itra'din'g,-^"1/n^'_i|  by members; is, incompatible ;with .yx^fMIl  "co-bperatiori;7r-'7'7 ,:S*$& y7!S!Sr������������������  -   Av resolution prohibiting private'  trading amongst members was*pro7  posed, b'S\\Capl.,.Cajn'cron, and ^sec-/-;'/77~y���������������������������^|  6"nd cd''';.'by7 v Mr?*- La'wcs";' "al so^pfo-f' *' *y.": ;*"? |  viding   for  the   expulsion  of,'a'ny'  member  for  infringing  upon  this  rule, * was" passed ' without~opposi-"  lion���������������������������if one  member who' sat on  lhc fence is excepted.     ,-7  The   question   of, putting  down  eggs in  walerglass-was discussed,"  but nothing definite was decided, il  being,thc   feeling  of��������������������������� thc -meeting  that decision on this question had  better be deferred until such lime  as the manager, Mr. Bigge, would,  be   in   a   better   position   to   stale "  ���������������������������more or less definitely the probable '  amount in dozens of eggs required  ,1'or  shipment   during  the   ensuing  four months. -.  A further levy of SI was made  to cover initial expenses.  ^Thrcc huhdmr"a~ri<nifty^lozcri  eggs have been shipped during thc  month of January���������������������������lhe first month  in which thc Circle has been in  actual operation.  Military Execution  An alleged German pillager being executed by the French in Eastern France,  tained in such cases as this, therefore details are unobtainable.  Strict secrecy is main-  CREAMERY TO OPERATE  Manager Slater, of thc Armstrong  creamery, was in Enderby-lhepasl  ..week   interviewing  the   merchants  in the  mailer of creamery butter.  Jl is the intention of the creamery  company   to   rc-open   the   plant   al  Armstrong on Monday, March  1st,  and from lhat date will be prepared  lo buy sweet cream  from  farmers  throughout the entire Valley.   This  cream will go lo manufacture the  celebrated "O. V. C." ice cream and  "Hose    Brand"    creamery    butter.  Payments for cream will be made  on the olh and 20lh of each month,  first payment on March 20th.    Mat  Hassen i.s secretary-treasurer of the  company, lo whom anyone wishing  further information  should  apply,  al the same time stating how much  cream  Ihcy can supply and when  they expect to be able lo make Iheir  first shipment.  DISSOLUTION OF. CO-PARTNERSHIP  TAKE NOTICE that thc partnership formerly  enrried on liy Gnkebeth Hugh Murrin nnd Thomrn  Crossly PoIkoi), under the name and style of Poison  & Murrin, has this d������������������y baen dissolved, and will  in future be carried on by the undersigned,  Thomas Groasley Poison, to whom all debts due  the said Poison & Murrin are to be pnid.  Dated this lit day of February, 1915.  THOMAS CROSSLY POLSON,  Par hia solicitor,    A. C. Skaling. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 4, 1915  AID TO AGRICULTURE  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,  B. C. at  ?2  per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  FEBRUARY 4, 1915  ENDERBY EGG CIRCLE SUCCEEDING  It is most gratifying to learn of thc unqualified  success oi' the Enderby Egg Circle thus far. The  Circle is, in fact, only well started, but the good  work it is doing,.and thc splendid satisfaction of  ils members in lhe results thus Jar obtained, arc  certain to bring to thc efforts oi' its ollicers ultima le good for each and all the members.  Nineteen poultrymen have identified themselves with thc institution, and arc disposing of  lhe entire product of their poultry yards through  lhc Circle. Prices have been maintained at a  figure lhat ensures a fair margin of profit to the  poullrynien, and at thc same time has given to  buyers a guaranteed quality at a lower price than  has hitherto obtained during lhc winter months.  There are many things the Enderby Egg Circle  has yel to do. in perfecting thc organization, but  these can only be accomplished as thc volume of  husincss increases. Jt would be lo lhc interest of  every poultryman, and thc district, if all were  memebers of the Egg Circle and complying with  the regulations laid down for ils members.  Lasl week lhe report of the Agricultural Commission was discussed in the House at Victoria,  and the many points and recommendations of  the commissioners thoroughly threshed out. Of  this discussion and the presentation by tbe  speakers for lhe Commission, the Victoria Colonist has lhis to say:  "The forceful presentation by Messrs. Hayward  and Lucas of the case for financial aid to farming  much impressed all who heard it. Wc arc not in  any way advised of lhc views of thc Government  in that behalf, and must await thc bringing down  of the-measure promised by the Premier before  knowing what Ihey are. Such general knowledge  of financial conditions as wc all possess shows  that, whatever may be thc case after lhe restoration of peace and the return of affairs jo something like their normal condition, il would be useless al thc present lime to launch any project involving the borrowing of money to be loaned to  farmers. Whether or not the Government shall  provide for such a plan in the measure that will  be laid before thc House, wc do not know; neither  do we profess lo anticipate what may be thc outcome of a year's consideration by thc public,  which will be possible before the.measure can  become law. Our reference to the subject now is  to remind farmers that in thc meanwhile there is  much Ihcy can do for themselves. The opportunities before British Columbia agriculture were  never anything like as good as they arc now, and  every farmer ought to endeavor to take advantage of Ihem. No matter what legislation may be  proposed, no matter what the Government may  endeavor to accomplish by executive action, progress and success in agriculture depend in the  last resort upon the farmers themselves. Government aid may do a great deal, but thc final result  depends upon thc men behind thc plow."  NAVAL LOSSES IN THE WAR  BANK of MONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest, $lfi,600,000  H. V. Meredith, Esq., Pre������������������ident  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NBW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH E. J. WHITE, Manager  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $2.25 per load  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NOW  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E������������������_.rby  WHERE ARE YOUR INTERESTS ?  Arc they in this community���������������������������in Enderby and  dislricl?   Are they among the people with whom  you associale ?    Are Ihey wilh lhe neighbors and  J'ui en ds=wj tl uwl l oiruyo lud o =b u si n css7?_.  If so, you want to know what is happening in  lhis community. You want lo know lhe goings  and comings of the people wilh whom you associate, tlie'little news items of your neighbors and  friends���������������������������of course you do.  This is what wc endeavor to give in every  issue of ihe Press. The Press is printed for lhal  purpose. Il "represents your interests and the "in-  J^l'i^s.^ Is YOUR name  on our .subscription list ? If not you owe il to  yourself lo sec lhal. il i.s placed there. It will be  lo your interest lo do so.  IF GERMANY WOULD ONLY SEE IT  In a recent issue of the New York Times appeared the following on the outcome of the war.  which, to British eyes, al leasl, sums up the situation as it is and must be:  "The only possible ending of the war is a thorough defeat of Germany. Driven back to thc  Rhine, where are her most formidable strongholds, she will offer a stubborn resistance. Even  wilh Russia near, or actually in Berlin, she would  fight on. But for what? Why? Because lhe  German people, the very people, arc resolved to  get themselves all killed before the inevitable day  of lhc enemy's triumph? Not at all. The weary  men in trenches and the distressed people merely  obey orders given by the imperial and military  authorities. For the men in those high quarters  defeat would be the end of all. Desperation, wilh  some possible admixture of blind confidence, will  continue the war. Bul why should the German  people make a further sacrifice of blood lo save  the pride and shoulder-straps of German officialdom? JI means a million more battlefield graves,  il means frightful additions lo the bill of costs and  lo lhe harshness of lhe terms. Since the more  dreadful ending is in plain sight, why nol force  the hi Iter end now?"  Latest statistics published give tiic total ships  lost by lhc Germans���������������������������cruisers, battleships, destroyers and submarines���������������������������at 33,'with a total ton-  age of 113,596, and the total losses of Britain and  her allies al 21, with a total tonnage of 127,572.  It will be seen from Ihesc figures that, in tonnage  the losses of thc Allies exceed those of thc enemy  by some 14,000 tons, but the number of ships  destroyed is 12 less than those of the Germans.  These figures may not mean, much in thc final  analysis of the case, but Ihcy go to show that,  while Britain, France and Russia, control the sea,  the enemy has yet succeeded in doing considerable  damage. Another important point is shown by  Ihesc statistics: Of lhc total number of the German ships sunk, 27 were destroyed by gun fire  and only 4 went down as the result of submarine  attack, while one was rammed and one hil a mine.  Of lhe total number of thc Allies ships sunk, only  three went down by gun fire, while nine were  sunk by submarines, five by mines, one by accident, one by collision, and one���������������������������thc Bulwark-  by explosion.  These figures indicate That thc German submarines have been very successful, particularly  from thc fact that all thc warships sunk by them  were of thc larger type. On tlie other hand, all  of the larger" German cruisers destroyed were  destroyed in an open fight by the gunfire of the  British cruisers and dreadnoughts. This shows  where thc superiority of thc British navy lies,  and it is on lhis admitted superiority that confi-  dence in lhc ultimate outcome exists.   ���������������������������  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, LP^URPI?Y  Enderby  vh������������������������������������������������������H-^1~W^-1-H-W-H-I-H������������������^H^ ���������������������������44444^^4^^^-H^-H44^44w-������������������  NEW CANADIAN SLOGAN  An agricultural campaign lo increase the food  production of thc Dominion at thc present .juncture, and thus aid lhe Empire in its struggle  against Germany has been launched by the Federal -Department of Agriculture through the efforts of Hon. Martin Burrcll. "Patriotism and  "Production" is the new slogan which is to be made  effective "in Canada. From lhe outbreak of the  war thc Government has appreciated thc part the  economic side will play in lhc contest, and lhat  ultimately lhc fight may become a fight of endurance. Early lasl fall specific instructions for  improving the crops in 1915 were widely distributed over Canada. Mr. Burrell then decided  lo hold a series of conferences throughout thc  Dominion between well-informed experts and the  producers themselves. These conferences are  now being held at various points in the East, and  lhc results thus far have fully borne out the  lhe predictions and hopes of the-Minister of Agriculture in adopting this plan of educational work.  V  X  X  t  r  v  X  y  T  X  T  X  t  i  r  i  *���������������������������  X  X  Alfalfa Meal  '<^4^������������������<I>������������������Hh^4^<^^mHn^������������������<^^^<H^4-H^  i?������������������T������������������T������������������T������������������T-T������������������T..taT..t.. j  V% tmimlmlmlmlmkmlm!  i  I  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND 1914  Incorporated  Patron: His Majesty the King.  President: Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught,  Governor-General of Canada.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   BRANCH  Committee: His Honor Thos. W. Paterson, Lieutenant-Governor,          _        Chairman.  ~ "The Hon. Sir ~Ric������������������wdlifcB7ia^  F. S. Barnard, Hon. Sec.-Treas.  ADVICE FREELY GIVEN  We are told that if a bear attacks you you must  do everything the bear docs, imitating his every  gesture and action, and you will escape criticism  and not even have your feelings hurt. We arc  also told that when bulldogs are fighting and one  gels another by thc throat, thc thing to do is to  blow in lhe belligerent's car, and this will cause  him to lei go.  It is very easy to give advice as to what others  should do. But discretion is not always the better  pari of valor. Sometimes it is better to fight than  run away.  SHOULD WE BE DOWNHEARTED ?   NO ! !  ENDERBY BRANCH  Committee: Aid. P. II. Murphy, Act ing Mayor, President,  Graham Rosoman, City Clerk, Hon. Sec.  J. "W. Gilman, Manager Enderby Branch Union Bank of Canada,  Hon.-Treas.  The objects of this organization are: "To collect, administer and  distribute a fund lor the assistance, in case of need, of "the wives,  children and other dependent relatives of ollicers and men, residents of  Canada, who during the present war, may be on active service with  the naval and military forces of the British Empire and Great Britain's  allies." Thus, those who will benefit by the Fund arc the dependents, not only of Canadian volunteers and regulars, but also of British  army and navy reservists, and of French, Belgian, Servian, Russian  and Japanese reservists who have joined the colors and left dependent relatives in Canada; these soldiers are fighting side by side for a  common cause, and their families are entitled to equal consideration.  Under the direction of the central organization at Ottawa, and  making allowance for differences in the cost of living, the scale of  distribution to those entitled to assistance will be approximately the  same throughout Canada.  The Executive Committee of the Enderby Branch earnestly solicit  donations, which may be remitted or handed to any of the local  ollicers, or to Mr. H. M. Walker, of the Enderby Press. All contributions will be promptly acknowledged through The Press.  Oct. 27h, 1914.                               GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Hon.-Sec.  ' -��������������������������� . ��������������������������� ���������������������������        ������������������>. .  ���������������������������' -. ���������������������������   i -              ���������������������������   ii  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound yourve  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS //'  Thursday, February 4, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  17  IV.  GILLETTS  CLEANS- DJSINf EC.T5  Some communities, like some  men, do not believe in safety devices; they want to learn by experience.  Poultrymen wishing to join thc  Enderby Egg Circle can have rules  und full information on application  to Mr. C. . Bigge, Gainford Ranch,  If you buy out of town, and we  buy out of town, and all our neighbors buy out of town, what in  thunder will become of the town?  Ever think about it?  OFCANADA  Are Your Children  Learning to Save  Money?  Each maturing son and  daughter should have a personal  Savings Account in the Union'  Bank of Canada, with opportunities to j save regularly, and  training in how-to expend money  wisely. Such an education in  thrift and saving will prove invaluable in later life. "  ,  Enderby Branch,      J. W. GILLMAN, Manager  SECRET SOCIETIES'  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40.  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or af^er the  full moon at 8 p. m. fn Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  J. 0.0. F.  JS?  Eureka Lodge, No. 50  Meet's every Tuesday' evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. JAS. MARTIN. N. G.  *   C. PARKINSON, V. G.  B. E. WHEELER. Sec'y,  J. B. GAYLORD, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  R. H. CRANE, C. C.  T. H. CALDER. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. MP.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc' address.  R.N. BAILEY. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  NotaTy Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B.C.  ****M+t^Wi&l+WVW>+4>\  E. J. Mack  < >  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables \ \  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv-J  ers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfertable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers \  Land-seekers and Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  Okanagan will Probably Have Two  Members Under Redistribution Bill  Both Sir Richard McBride and  Hon. Mr. Ross spoke in the Provin  cial House last week in the field of  provincial governmental activity  ancl policy, and thc land settlement  problem as it peculiarly affects thc  future of the country. Sir Richard  demonstrated on thc one hand that  the financial position of British  Columbia today is quite as sound as  when his government assumed  ollice twelve years ago, and on thc  other that in view of the abnormal  conditions at present prevailing  throughout thc world retrenchment  in every direction has become an  imperative necessity.  Government's Finances  t  Dealing wilh the financial position, Sir Richard declared that the  Government had today in bank  at Victoria ho less than $6,000,000  in gold; the sinking fund was $3,-  000,000, and the total debt of the  Province but $20,500,000. Thus but  very little calculation was necessary  to show that British Columbia owes  little more today than it did twelve  years ago, when the McBride Government , came into power. The  per capita debt is, indeed, 60 or 65  per cent less than it was when the  McBride Government assumed the  reins of government.  Defends Land Policy  In what proved to be one of the  most' forceful public,.addresses of  his career, Hon. Mr. Ross confined  himself to the wide question of land  administration in British Columbia,  replying to Opposition criticism  and adducing evidence on which  to base unalterable faith in the  future of this Province. An outstanding feature of the Minister's  address'was 'his -expression* ,of his  conviction that the time has arrived  when consideration must be given  to the question of securing for this  Province the special attention of the  world's farming communities, to  the end that settlement of the vacant  lands of the country may be on  lines of permanency and benefit.  Mr. Ross exposed the fallacies of the  doctrine that any indiscriminate  "back-to-the-land" movement can  be made successful, if based on the  theory that the inexperienced men  of the cities can suddenly be transformed into successful farmers.  The Minister also demonstrated  that thc criticisms directed against  the Government in connection with  land sales have arisen rather from  the fact that thc administration has  been able to achieve very satisfactory results from the proceeds under the sales of lands than from  faulty^-policyr-^During^the-^past-  decade the Government had consented to the sale of over 5,000,000  acres, the amount received from  such sales in cash amounting to  nearly $12,500,000, and the receipt  and utilization of this money enabled thc Government to give  greater impetus to the progress of  lhe country' than had been gained  in any corresponding period in its  history. Dealing with the so-called  period of the land boom in British  Columbia, thc Minister expressed  the opinion that thc amount of land  purchased during the period in review was dependent upon the  caprice of the public rather than  any legislation���������������������������either Federal or  Provincial.' The term of ollice of  the present administration had seen  restriction after restriction applied,  both in legislation and in departmental regulations. In 1905 land  sales aggregated 50,000 acres; in  1906 they rose to'225,000 acres. . In  1909 the first symptoms of the land  boom developed, land sales running  as high as 645,000 acres in that 12  month. The highest stage was  reached in 1910, when 2,000,000  acres were disposed of. In .1911  prices were advanced to $10 per  acre for first-class and $5 for second  class land, notwithstanding which  advance some 900,000 acres were  sold within that year. In 1912 the  sales declined to 200,000 acres, and  in 1913 they were 421,000 acres,  while last year they fell to 45,000  acres. There was, he thought, in  these figures a complete answer to  much of the criticism levelled at  the Government, for in 1906 the  best crown lands were available for  selection, with no reserve, at a  price virtually of $1 per acre. Yet  thc total area then sold was but  225,000 acres. In 1909 there was a  marked increase in thc sales. Yet  large areas had then been closed  by reserves, and prices had advanced by 15 per cent. Much had  been said in regard to arrears on  land sales, which now aggregated  about $9,000,000 ��������������������������� $5,780,000 on  surveyed and $3,240,000 on unsur-  veyed lands. It was, perhaps, desirable for the Government to endeavor to collect as much as possible of that outstanding money;  but if it failed to do.so he failed to  see where the Crown or the people  would be the loser, for the land  still remained with the Government  ancl could be utilized. If there existed a shortage of land he might  be inclined to suggest more drastic  proceedure than at present contemplated, but there was not thc  slightest doubt that the Government  had fully met all demands for land  and had a substantial surplus over  and above immediate requirements.  For the present week interest  centres largely in the nature of the  Government's pronouncement in  connection with the Dominion  Trust Company disclosures. .  North and South Okanagan  It is not expected that land or  labor legislation will be brought  down until later in thc . session,  while the Redistribution Bill is expected to ,b'e one of the last enactments of the present meeting of.  parliament. Meanwhile, the out-  standing proposals.contained in,the  drafted measure have been communicated .to the members, and  they on their part are consulting  the leaders of public; thought in  their constituencies with a view to  determining the exact : feeling of  the people vitally interested, so that  the legislation in question may be  thoroughly perfected before it is  given its place on the statutebook.  Tentatively, it is understood  that the proposal is, as it effects the  Kamloops and Okanagan districts,  to somewhat reduce the former in  area by the subtraction of thc section lying to thc cast of Sicamous  and its inclusion in thc Revelstoke  district; while for the Okanagan a  north and" south division is.suggested, with two members hereafter  instead" of one, the dividing line  approximately passing through  Vernon, and the North Okanagan of  theMuture^including^that^city-and-  also the thriving municipality of  Salmon Arm ancl the towns and  municipalities lying between.  This proposal, of course, is subject to alteration and amendment  when. thc measure, makes its appearance in thc House for consideration and action on the part of  the-assembly.  ButterWrapper  Parchment  Has made three jumps in price since the beginning of the war, and the price is still on  the up-grade. . But we are still printing  Butter Wraps at the old price, and will continue to do so while the stock of Parchment  we have on hand lasts.   It is going.  The Walker Press  Should Be Proud of Wilson  NOTICE  The world should be proud of  Woodrow Wilson, President of the  United States He loves peace "and  good-will towards all men, ancl  recently, mainly through his efforts  the red hand of Mars has been kept,  away from the starry flag. How  different to Roosevelt. That mortal chunk of flesh and thc devil, for  his own aggrandizement, would  laugh at the crash of empires and  wallow in the blood of mcn,mingled  with the tears of women and children. It is well for America that  Teddy can no longer touch" the'  button that makes the wheels go  round.���������������������������Greenwood Ledge. ��������������������������� ���������������������������     *.. 7,:  vCITY OF ENDERBY..  A HEARTENING WEEK  London, Jan. 30.���������������������������Uulcss thc next  twelve hours brings news disagreeably unexpected, the past  week will rank as the most heartening since the war began, a signal  success.for the British al sea, 20,000  Germans put out of action in three  days in one area alone on land, and  shrewd banking magnates at home  expressing satisfaction at the country's continued stability. These  are the main features which give  cause for satisfaction at thc stale  of things prevailing in the last  week of thc first six months of the  war. Nobody, however, is yet  bold enough to declare thai even  the beginning of the end is yet in  sight. The heads of great British  banks, who have addressed annual  meetings during the past few days  agree emphatically on the success  of thc extraordinary measures  taken to counter the Germans' long-  laid plans to create a financial  panic in Engand on the outbreak of  war.  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first sitting of'the Annual Court bf  Revision of. the Municipality of the  City of Enderbv for the year 1915,  will be held at the City Hall, Enderbv, on Tuesday, thc 2nd clay of  March, 1915, at 7.30 o'clock p.m.,,  for the purpose of hearing and dc:_"  lermining complaints against the  assessment as made by the Assessor,  and revising and correcting the  assessment roll.  Any person complaining against  the assessment must give notice in  writing to the Assessor of the  ground.of his complaint at least 10  clavs before the date of the said  first sitting of the Court of Revision.  Daled at the City Hall, Enderby,  this 28th clay of January, 1915.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  ���������������������������In the Matter of the Estate of the*  late J. W. Morton, deseased   S  '"A Notice  is hereby- given .that all 7  persons having claims against* the.,  above estate of the late J. W. Mor- -  ton, deceased, are hereby required,  to forward same.tothc undersigned';  on or before the Fifteenth  (15th) '  day  of February  next,  when7the'  executors will proceed to distributed*  thc   assets   of   the   said   deceased  *  among the parlies entitled thereto,  having regard only to- thc. claims "  of  which- notice  shall  have  been :  given,  and  that they will  not:, be '  liable for the said  assets,,or any .  part thereof,, so. distributed to any  person, of "whose claim notice shall 7  not  have- been   duly 7rece'ved . by7  them at the time of saicl distribur7\  tion.        - '.   y ��������������������������� 7 ''.' .1;''' S-S:77  . -Dated at Enderby, B.C., this;27thS  "day of January,, A.D.; ,1915;-  r ~rSS~7  7--^S o���������������������������-.--��������������������������� ^HSG.^DANIESRSM  :���������������������������    -'���������������������������-'���������������������������-'".���������������������������   7   Barrister, etc.^vL  , Bell Block, Enderby; B.C:    ::7,.7U  {>sr.?������������������  i-    ~*n-Z >- ~* irrf*!  ~'^; &*__������������������*"  'S/7777S7  .British Columbia fruits���������������������������apples,?,  pears,.' plunis,7 cherries,7- apricots,-V  grapes, and peaches���������������������������have-won the_.  highest *" awards at exhibitions in;.;  Great Britain, Eastern Canada and/  the United States. . .   - \. ���������������������������,���������������������������  '' (,  CUTTERS AND SLEIGHS  A nice line of cutters and sleighs  has just been received by the undersigned, investigate. You will find  prices and quality right and terms  tlic^best: JAST-McMAHONr-  Deep-sea harbors with natural  dockage are adjacent to many of  the forests of British Columbia.  OJ.  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next thc Fulton Block, Enderby  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, s  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  To the timberman, thc manufacturer, of pulp,, paper, etc., and all  manufacturers who'use soft woods  as the principal factor in their output, British Columbia offers very  great opportunities. ' . . '  OVERCOATS  If you get your overcoat cleaned  and pressed, it will save you getting  a new one.  A.   E.   WEST 'S  Ladies'  and  Gents'  Tailor  Enderby  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of tha Dominion '  -in^Manitoba'r^Sa8katchewan=aiid-=:_i;==:-  ,berta,    the    Yukon  . Territory,    tht  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British' Columbia, -  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an   annual rental of fl  an acre.     Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application fur a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  ���������������������������ituated. -   -  " " "  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divieionB of sections, and in ua-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall.be staked outtby the applicant himself.  Each application must be aceon>  panied by a fee for |5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  _ot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting, for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty 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  Bhould bo made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Suk-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  his advertisement    will not be paid THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, February 4, 1915  City Council Discovers Snow-Covered  "Sandy" and Asks Questions  been   returned   by   Mr.  The first business ���������������������������meeting of the  1015 Cily Council was held on Monday evening, and il became apparent at the outset thai, most fortunately, Enderby has a level-headed  Jioard of aldermen. "Economy''  was the key-note of lhe meeliii.*-f.  Reductions in lhc salary of cily  oflirials were made lo the amount of  sli") per month, or $780 per year.  This means a reduction in taxes of  one and one-fifth-mills in the general lax levy.  The reductions were: City Clerk  from $100 lo $70 per month; City  Constable from $75 to $50; nnd  City Health Ollicer from $15 lo $5  per month.  His Worship -ihe..Mayor suggested  the selling o'f thc city's road-making  machinery'- as  a  means  of  raising  time   had  Rullan.  Alderman    Grant:    "I   have    no  record of any sand being-returned."  Mr. ��������������������������� Blanchard :t "You   did   nol  have anything to do wilh it."  Continuing, Mr. Blanchard said  lhal Mr. Hullan would probably be-  home from Ihe norlh lhis week and  would answer for himself. As for  the sand taken by 'Mr. Russell he  was certain that il, too, had been  returned. So far as he was concerned, he, as chairman of the  board ol'works for lhc year 1013,  turned over'.lo last year's council  at lhc termination, of his term of  .office."--in January, 101<I, the full  amouni of sand shown in last year's  financial statement. The board of  works of 19.1'i  Look over the sand  revenue, but as this machinery was shown   in   the   slalemenl,   and   hc  purchased by a debenture vole of  lhe ratepayers, and lhc debentures  run for 20 years, lhc cily fathers  have nol thc authority lo make any  such sale.  His    Worship    lhe    Mayor   also  urged    lhal   Ihe   council   and   lhc  Board of School Trustees share up  in the paymenl of thc salary of lhe  Cily      Health      Officer���������������������������$2.50    per  month   each.     The   Aldermen   did  nol feel disposed lo take oul of the  hands   of   the   school    board    lhc  business   belonging   lo   them.   Besides,   lhc   medical   fees   covering  school    work    performed    by    thc  health officer are set by Provincial  slalutc   al   $1    per   capila   of   the  school attendance, or, in Enderby's  case, $175 or $180 per annum, and  the   difference   between   $30���������������������������proposed by His Worship'the Mayor���������������������������  and  $175���������������������������scl by statute���������������������������was loo  much  of  a   reduction   lo   be   considered by the Aldermen.  His Worship  the  Mayor  was  in  the chair, and  gathered  aboul the  table were Aldermen Grant. Harlry,  'Dill, Faulkner and Sharpe, and Cily  Clerk   Rosoman,   wilh   an   unusual  number of citizens as an audience.  After the reading of lhe minutes  and    Iheir   adoption,   a   resolulion  was  passed  in  compliance  wilh  a  Jellcr Irom Messrs. Billings & Cochrane, in accordance wilh the Municipal  Acl,  to  provide  for carrying  forward the balance of 19M  loans'*  now due the Bank of Montreal.  Al this point His Worship Ihe  Mayor called upon Mr. II. E. Blanchard, ex-alderman, lo explain certain mailers in connection with a  pile of sand which the cily owned.  The sand in question was hauled by  the cily in the winter of 1912, at  low-water lime, when Ihe sand  could be hauled most advanlageous-  Jy_._and._aMhe least cost.    The cost  of lhe sand and hauling was, al a  rough figure, $500. II was Ihe intention lo use Ihe sand in carrying  forward lhc street work began in  1012.   Bul Ihe sand was never used,  ��������������������������� for Ihe council following lhal of  1912 concluded lhal they would do  "no" more" work. Two summers'  suns have shone upon lhal  pile of  7sa7fd7s7.frimlFinviIin~g7pilcd along  the Mabel Lake road beyond Ihe  bridge. II has been Ihe romping  ground for Ihe children for Ihe past  two seasons, and as with olher sand  piles used for lhal purpose, il has  'spread oul'surprisingly. II now* ex-  lends in more or less degree from  one road fence lo lhe olher. .1 nsl  now il is covered by the winter's  snow, wilh a hump only here and  there, and nobody can Icll where il  begins or em's, nor how much Ihe  snow covers. In calling upon Mr.  I.lanchard, I lis Worship the Mayor  said he had noticed in the financial  .slalemenl of the cily jusl published  an asset of $'i0l) worth of sand, and  he had ridden across lhc bridge on  his wheel lo see if it was there. II  did nol look lo him as if there was  more lhan $25 worlh of sand, and  he would like Mr. Blanchard lo explain what he knew of the sand's  disappearance.  Mr. Blanchard said  he presumed  Ihe  reference  was to certain  sand  thought il was up to lhc council lo  find oul from lhc* chairman of lhe  19M board. (Aid. Granl) where lhe  saiid had gone, if.gone il was.  Aid. Faulkner: "Do you mean lo  say we have $-100 worlh of sand  now?"  Mr. Blanchard: "I do nol know  what you have. This is Ihe amount  shown on your balance sheet, and if  il isn't there it is up lo von lo find  it." '     -  Aid. Granl: "What became of Lhc  sand laken by Mr. Russell?"  Mr. Blanchard: "It was' relumed.'  Aid. Granl: "On whal dale was it  returned?"  Mr.' Blanchard: "[ have no  memo of Ihe dale wilh mc, bul Mr.  Russell i.s here and can probably  Icll you.'"  Mr. Russell next look lhe carpel.  "The first Lwo carloads were returned in March," said he. "I have  heard some nasty insinuations on  the street in lhis mailer, and, on  learning lhal the matter was lo be  brought up tonight, I secured this  wrillcn statement from Mr. Dale,  whom f engaged lo haul lhe sand  for mc:  Sand hauled for Mr. Russell by  Dale & Carefool, March, 1913, from  bar lo sand pile over bridge: '18  yards.   Signed, Jas. F. Dale.  "Al lhc lime 1 look lhc sand wilh  Ihe permission of the chairman of  board of works, I gave lhc cily  clerk my cheque for $25. Thc  cheque was later returned lo me by  lhe cily clerk and I Wi|S requested  to replace Ihe amouni. of sand I had  used, and I did so."  Aid. Harlry: "Have wc any right  to deal with school board matters?"  Aid. Dill: "Wc have nothing to  do with school board business. I  don't think il. is our place to tell the  school board to do lhis or thai."  His Worship lhc Mayor: "II  seems lo mc lhat when wc pay $G0  wc are paying big fees for lhc city  and .school. We can arrange wilh  Ihe health officer lo accept $2.50  from lhc city and $2.50 from lhe  school board. I think if Aid.  Harlry hadn'l been so modesL hc  would have had Ihe hcallh ollicer  do lhc work for nolhing. f asked  Aid. Harlry lo make lhis suggestion.  Aid. Harlry���������������������������'*  Aid. Harlry, addressing His Worship lhc Mayor :"You blame mc.  You were on the commillcc as well  as 1; f did my pari, you didn't do  yours."  Alderman Harlry was assured  lhat there was- no intention lo put  any blame upon him or lo find fault  with him.  Moved by Aid. Dill and Aid.  Granl, thai, since lhc hcallh officer  i.s willing to accept lhe reduction,  thc salary of health officer be reduced to $5 per month. Carried.  Moved by Aid. Dill and Aid.  Faulkner, lhat the salary ,of cily  constable be reduced lo $50 per  month from lhe 1st of February.  Carried. It was the opinion of the  aldermen that Ihesc reductions  should- be looked upon as emergency measures, which would be  discontinued when times came  back to normal.  His Worship the Mayor: "Now as  to this machinery of lhc city���������������������������thc  road roller and rock crusher. It is  just standing there and doing nothing. We will nol likely ever use il  again, as Ihcrc will never be any  more street work done, and T think  wc ought to sell it. Perhaps we can  not do much with it. jusl now, but if  we arc going lo "dispose.of it some  of us might, find a buyer." ���������������������������  Aid. Faulkner: "Bul that road-  making machinery was purchased  on a vole of lhe ratepayers and a  debenture issue, and wc could nol  sell it without lhe people voting on  it, could wc?"  Aid. .Harlry: "I consider thc road  roller lhc bcsl thing the city has.  Perhaps we haven't much use for  the rock-crusher."  The aldermen declined lo discuss lhc proposition further, and  it was laid over "to be taken up  some olher lime;"  Mr. A. C. Skaling appeared before  Ihe council with thc request for a  re-survey of a pari of the Enderby  X'************^^  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE  .:���������������������������  v  ���������������������������:���������������������������  __���������������������������  i  *  '!���������������������������  ?  t  i  ���������������������������:���������������������������  V  ._.  i  ���������������������������  ._>  .!.  ...  I  J.  I  i  i.  ?  ...  We will continue  our low prices in all  lines until further  notice. Our Prices  are low for this class  of goods, so now is  the time to secure  bargains.  A few lines of wall paper  at very low prices, so brighten  up your homes in the dull  season.  v  ���������������������������  I-  J  :':  !  !  ������������������  T-.  J. E. CRANE, Proprietor  3E  Mr. Blanchard: "It seems to me | [0Wnsitc, which re-siirvcv has been  lhal lasl year's council took over j dcmaI1(|ed bv thc Land Registry  the sand and the chairman of lhc!0JIice in or(,CI. lff makc possib]c lhc  hoard ol'works (Aid. Granl) i.s not | j.ssili,ncc of indefeasible* titles bv  now in a position to tell where lhe|lllc r(.gjs!rai.. _ur. Skaling appeared  sand in his charge went lo." \ on |jeh.,|r of ]lis clien|j lhc Qkana-  Afler some silence, lhe mailer of  sand was  over until lhe special  lhc council, which will  oj"? Saw .M||Is, Lid., but lhe proper-  y lhal would be directly effected  iv the re-survcv includes all the  beheld on Friday evening, 1'eb. 5th. |lols in ,,|ock 2lla. Thc council  Aid. Harlry, chairman of lhe j favorccl complying wilh lhc re-  hoard of health, reported on the (Illcsl) aiu, pn.nijse(. [o g0 fully into  mailer of cemetery lots, bul no ac-y lhc niaLter nt the special meeting  lion   was  laken  until" further  par'  Menhirs-can be obtained.  Aid...Faulkner.moved Iha.L nolice  be.giveir lhc~cily" clerk"Ihalrbcgilining wilh lhc 1st of lhc month, his  salary will be reduced lo $70 per  month.    Seconded by Aid. Granl.  Aid. Dill moved an amendment,  seconded by Aid. Sharpe, thai Ihe  clerk's salary be reduced to $75  per month.  As a vole was aboul lo be taken  tomorrow evening.  JLyguTvyanL to live in the kind of  lown  Like the kind of town you like,  You needn't slip your clothes in a  grip  And start a long, long hike.  You'll   only   find   what   you   left  behind,  For there's nothing that's really  knock your lown:  Il isn't your town���������������������������it's YOU.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  on Ihe amendme.il Cily Clerk Roso- H>s ,, kn()'k .(t yol���������������������������.scir .whcn you  man spoke, (banking Ihe aldermen  offering Ihe amendment bul asking  lhal il be wilhdrawn as he preferred lo acccpl Ihe amount named  in Ihe original motion while conditions are as Ihey are.  The amendment was withdrawn  and the original motion carried.  Aid. Harlry reported lhal he, as  chairman of lhe hcallh commillcc,  called upon Dr. Keith, and lhe cily  hcallh ollicer had staled his willingness lo accept $5 per month as  nominal salary for hcallh ollicer.  His    Worship    lhc    Mayor:    "II  seems lo me lhat the fee of $5 per'  month    should    be    for   bolh    lhe!  Another Car of Flour and  Feed just in  Tny-iheA������������������arsity-and=HMnga  Made from Saskatchewan Hard Wheat  Also ROBIN HOOD FLOUR and CEREALS  A full line of Feeds, including Poultry Foods.   Fruit and  Vegetables of various kinds.  ;������������������������������������������������������-        We deliver to any part of the city .  L'^7___hext_Hendrickson,s  j        BarberShop, ENDERBY  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  THE WALKER PRESS  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights <&c.  Anyono_sencllnfr a nfcetch and description niny  quickly Ascertain our opinion free wliothor mi  Invention Is prohnlily pnto'ntnblo.   Communion.  UoiwatrlctlTCotillicntlul. HANDBOOK on Patents  cut froo. OlOOBt Tfcon'cy for securing patonts.  Pnionte taken through Munn * Co. rocolva  taken  bv Mr. Rullan  lo be used in   school  and  health  ollice.    Thai i.s  Ihe creel ion of lhc Fortune school,  lie was chairman of Ihe board of  works al lhal lime and was positive thai all Ihe sand  laken at lhat  enough for bolh olliccs, ami 1 think  wc should arrange wilh the school  board |o pay half and lhc cily pay  half."  Bent froo. OldOBt ifaon'cy for securing putonts.  l'nlonts tnkon through Muun * C~ '"  tpteia' notice, without olmrgo, lu th6  "scientific JfKieilcati.  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest olr-  relation or any sdcntltli! journal. Teriiin for  thnailn, $3.75 a year, postage prepaid, bold by  all newsdealers.  P,lHlSCo.361Broadw^ New York  Branch Ofllco, 025 F St., Washington, D. U.  BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME  At thc least cost and risk by planting your gardens and orchards with  our Roses, Ornamental and Fruit  Trees, grown only in B. C, at our  well-known RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, al Grand Forks. No order loo  large or too small.  For prices ancl particulars apply  H. E. C. Harris,      Enderby  FOR RENT���������������������������A three-room 11 at,  over old Walker Press oflice.  Apply Walker Press.  WANT ADS  FOR SALE���������������������������Dressed Poultry. A  limited number of Rhode Island  Red and While Wyimdolle cockerels, of good laying strains for  sale. Also winler apples. Apply  Geo. R. Lawes. 1128  FOR SALE OR TRADE���������������������������One Columbia Graphophonc; good as  new. Hornless, with records.  Whal oilers. G., Walker Press.  BALED HAY FOR SALE���������������������������1913  crop. No reasonable offer refused. George, Rivermead ranch,  Grindrod. j28-2t  ALFALFA' and CLOVER HAY for  sale (loose). C. W. Huffman, Enderby. j28-2t  LOST���������������������������Roan cow, branded "1"  crosswise on right hip. $5 reward.   C. B. Parkinson, Enderby.  FOR SALE��������������������������� White  Leghorn cockerels for breeding;  good laying slrnin. Young pigs.  H. F. Cowan, Enderby.  FIRST-CLASS BOARD and rooms;  reasonable rales; Bradley house.

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