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 f  *'4y  N  ,j-v>^   4''^'-^^ *tf  v-vv'^ ^^S_G,*  9/  Enderby, B. C, April 29, 1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 9; Whole No. 363,  - i  City Sand Pile and Mid-week Half  Holiday Considered by Council  At a special meeting of the City  Council    held    Friday    afternoon,  Mr. J. L. Ruttan appeared to place  before the Council  such information as he had in his possession in  the  matter  of the  sand  taken  in  connection with tlie erection of the  Fortune   school,   and   returned   to  the city sand pile by him, or men  in. his   employ.V Mr.   Ruttan   explained   that  Mr.  Blanchard   had  kept  a  record of all sand  drawn  to the school ground, and also that  returned to the sand pile, and his  figures , were , taken,   from   these  records and included all that the  men who drew the sand were paid  for by him.     "Following are the  number   of   yards   drawn   to   the  school by���������������������������  R.   Blackburn     90  J.   Dale   / ;...-     52  E., J.  Mack :      75  Ruttan's  team     56  T. Hughes y....:....- -....'   50  R. J. Carson   238  -"     '  '      '        ,     V, ' .561  Following   are   the  number   of.  ,yards returned to thesand pile by::  V.T.   Dale   . ..V....V   '350  VRiittan's  team  .'.-270  -' ; -���������������������������     -    ,     . .620  , "*. Mr.- Ruttan.said hc was~as'ready  -as, anyone���������������������������if .not .more so���������������������������to  have the niatler of sand cleared up,  . since his name had been brought  into the question. If at any time  he, could-be of service in furnishing the Council any information  he was at their service.  Further    consideration    of    the  matter was laid over.  The   Council   then   took  up  thc  petition received from the busiriess  men  of Enderby  asking the  City  to pass a by-law making Thursday  afternoon of each week a holiday.  The  question  of the  insufficiency  of the  number of signers  to  the  petition was brought up, and Mr.  Billings, of the law firm of Billings  & Cochrane, who happened to be  in Enderby, was called before the  Council  to  give  advice as  to  the  status  of the  four stores run by  Chinamen.     He   held   that   these  must   be   considered    as   "Shops"  within the meaning of the Act, and  JUUlLcss^the^peJ i t i on JiacUon Jj uthe_  names    of   three-fourths    of    thc  tradesmen,  including  the   Chinese  stores,  thc  Council  could   not   go  any farther in the matter until additional names were added to thc  petition.    The  question  was  laid  over.  city intake by the Dominion hy-  drographic department for the  cily, but no action was taken,  pending further information required by the aldermen.  ,The petition from the tradesmen  asking the Council to put through  the Thursday afternoon holiday  by-law was taken up, it having had  the signatures of the Chinese shop  owners added to it, and'- thc required by-law was put through its  firsthand second reading.   '  The   by-law   requires   that   on  each   and   every   Thursday 'afternoon between the months of May  and October, both inclusive, every  "shop" situate within the corporate  limits   of  the   city,   shall   be  closed and remain closed from the  hour of 12.30 in the afternoon until  the hour of mid-night, except on a  Thursday of any-week in  which  there shall  occur any . other, legal  holiday  or  half-holiday .than   the  half-holiday herein provided., *,  ;  The 'by-law permits the supplying of medicincs,-drugs.dr������������������nicdical  appliances,   or   the .'supplying  of  any other article in case of emergency  arising-from, sickness,   ail-,  ment __r."_.eath.y .. V y - *"*y" /   SS  "Shop,"    under    the    Municipal  Clauses Act, means "any building  or ���������������������������portion' of ''a  building,4 ���������������������������'bb'qth,'  stall or place where goods are ^exposed" or'offered for sale by retail,  but- not  when  the. only trade  or  business carried on is that of a"tobacconist, news agent, hotel, inn,  tavern,    victualling-house    or    refreshment house, nor any-premises  wherein, under municipal licence,  liquor  is  sold by  retail   for  consumption -on   the   premises,   nor  auction rooms, pawnbroker's shop  nor  shops  in  which  second-hand  goods or wares are bought, sold 01  offered- for sale."  "Closed"   means   not   open-  serving of any customer.  Thc usual penalty clause is  tached  to the by-law, making  offence  punishable  by  a  fine  exceeding $25.  . for  at-  the  not  On Tuesday evening the Council  met in regular session. His Worship thc Mayor was in thc chaii\  and Aldermen Grant, Dill and  Harlry  around  the  table.  Mr.   H.   G.   Davies,   representing  thc Enderby Growers' Association,  appeared before thc board re. action  now pending against  the Association    for   trading   without   a  licence.    He said the Growers' Association was prepared lo pav lhc  traders' licence  for 1!)J5,  but objected   to paying the  licence past  due   for   19M.      He   declared   thc  Growers'    Association   was   chartered   by   thc   Provincial   Government to carry on  a general  business  in flour,  feed,  etc., and   thc  directors, did not feel that the Association could be held subject lo  pay    the    traders'    licence.      The  members of the  Council took the  position that, while they were prepared   to    admit    the   Association  was chartered to carry on a general   business  in   flour,   feed,  etc.,  there   was   nothing  either  in   the  charter of the Association nor the  Municipal Clauses Act under which  the   Association   could   claim   the  right to enter the field as retailers  to the general  public in competition   with   other   regular   retailers  licenced by the city, without paying a  trader's licence.      And  tlie  Council   did   nol  feel   disposed   to  stop    the    action    now    pending  against the Association for trading  without a licence.,,  Tenders were received for reading the water guage placed at the  On the second reading of the  by-law a ratepayer, speaking for  that part of the Enderby public  not represented on the tradesmen's  pjeti.lion^asked^the���������������������������Coun-ciLto^coJi-.  sider the proposition well befo're  finally passing thc by-law. They  were, as representatives, of- the  people of Enderby, putting on the  statute book a law forcing a half-  holiday upon thc public on a day  which, while convenient to the  tradesmen, was not acceptable nor  practicable  to  the  great  majority  of the people of the town and district.   He asked that the matter be  considered   from  a broader viewpoint than merely the convenience  of the tradespeople.    If a holiday  meant   anything,   it   should   mean  a day set apart for the intermingling of the people of the town and  district���������������������������a day  that all could  enjoy and participate in.   As a practical    workable    proposition    the  speaker.asked thc members to look  up and down the Valley and see in  their own  minds the  failure that  the mid-week holiday has been the  pasl two seasons.   He declared that  it   had   almost   completely   wiped  out the holiday and sporting spirit  of the people.   He called attention  to the absurdity of attempting to  enforce  a   mid-week  holiday  law  with the public schools in opera?  tion  and  all other industries and  public business running full blast,  and nobody taking any interest in  the day.    Parents could not enter  into the spirit of the day with their  children   at. school;. He  believed  the mid-week holiday idea, which  seems to be ih vogue only in the  Okanagan   Valley,, and   not : elsewhere, had amply proved;'a failure,  and he earnestly ,argued in- favor   of  making it a week-end holiday instead���������������������������a    Saturday'   half-holiday;  whcn'ithe schools are closed,-the  banks, are   closed-.and; air public  business is suspended.' CHcpointed-  out that the Saturday .half-holiday  is recognized  throiighouf^tlie Empire ;r en - that "day' 'therels * "ri ofthc  useless,_; interruption -r of   -weekly  business as in the Thursday half-  holiday.      Oii Saturday everybody  can take advantage^!' the'day, and  there-is some holiday spirit, whereas, on Thursday there is no holiday  feeling na'd cannot be because very-  few people can or care to take advantage of  the   half-holiday.   The  weekly half-holiday,'he contended,  I was a most valuable institution, too  1 valuable to be spoiled by attempting  the' impossible  in   connection  with it.    "  Thc id^as advanced were agreed  to by the Aldermen present, and  his worship the Mayor hoped to  hear more from the people in connection with:the matter. As for  passing the Thursday half-holiday  by-law, hc said the Council would  have to comply with the petition  of the tradesmen. But he believed  if the matter were given due consideration, the tradesmen would be  agreeable=to_.Satu_day_a f lcriioon,=i il  it were acceptable to the majority  of the people. He hoped to see the  question taken up by the press, for  hc felt that something should be  done to bring about a better feeling  with regard to thc half-holiday,  and more unanimity of action in  this regard between thc various  towns of the Valley.  News Notes of Enderby and District *."'  Briefly Told for Busy Readers  Miss   M.  Mowat!  is   spending  week or two at the coast. -  Mr. Robert English left on Tuesday to spend the summer with his  daughter in the Northwest.,  If "you want to know who thc  Wrong Mr. Wright is, be at the  Opera House1 Saturday evening.  A barn was'set fire by a tramp  on the Bernard Rosomaii place, at  Grindrod, last Thursday night.  Could anything'more beautiful  be found anywhere under thc  mellow spring sunshine on God's  green earth than the Enderby hilts  just at this time?      -     ,  Mr. A. L. Fortune's condition has  not been so, favorable the past  week, and until his condition; is  niojre encouraging it is the desire  of attending physicians that visitors be restricted as much"--as .possible." -.;''���������������������������   t ��������������������������� 7    -      - ,- - ���������������������������:-   -,  ' Telephone service in the. Valley  towns -under.-Jthe- Okanagan'--Telephone system ,\vas .discontinued-on  Thursday lasl \ from'. 1.30 to ,2.30,  out-of "respect.for Mrs. Dobie, wife  of , the , district' manager, Svhos'e  funeral was -held at thatMiour'^ih  Vernon..^.S..r_ ...^.--V'-V-V-'--"Vv>V^  -Mr. and.Mrs.VE. J. White and  , family -moved* to Armstrong last  week, where Mr. White has been  appointed- manager of the branch  of the Bank of Montreal. In their  short stay in Enderby Mr. and Mrs.  White have taken.an active interest in every movement looking to  the development of the best in the  ���������������������������,.���������������������������, .���������������������������    town, "and they leave many friends' 'undisguised  whose best wishes they carry with "---' "-- A,,;  them to.stheir new - home! Mr.  Winters and family, who succeeds  Mr! White as manager of the Enderby branch, arrived this week  from Greenwood.  the   Valley   and   its   various  parts  with   the   object  of ' assisting ��������������������������� thc -'  farmers to get down to ca .money-  making basis,  for the  officials, of !  the   great   railway   recognize   that  the  more  prosperous  the 'agriciil-.. *  turist   arc,    the    more   productive  the land becomes, the more busi-. -'-  ness it means for the railway corn-1 V  pany.   Mr. Acheson'is interested in  learning   any   complaints,  if  any-"  there-be, not   only   as   to freight,  rales and general freight businessW  but   also .���������������������������in   connection1-with   the-  general policy of the road in deal-   -.  ing with the problems which-confront" the  farmers. > - .-*."*V  Mr.   Acheson   says   the   railway ,'  company'has cq-operalcd witlrth'e V  stockmen and grain-growers of'theV-  Northwest-and between-them thcv=-,J  have put these branches of vagricui-VV  hire on .a payingr.basis,ahd.Hliey.'.H  are now seeking to* render 'a\simVV'  ilarscrvice'.for thc.-fruit.aiid produce men; of. the Okanagan Valley  and-the'iDrovincc.4n"'gcncral.W-Vy, ;���������������������������- ,T���������������������������,   .  ', This is,his lirst.'t'rip:to;this'"scc-^^|  tioni^V'HcV contcmplates/^making'y-^^if,  many :visits. of/the.kind',,,so.1ras"'*.to' "v-? *"-"*'"  VI  r     -     -,. ...  SV".������������������Vf">������������������l  familiarize*'"'himself with -the ."gen-?  crahconditions in each part *bf-the  district.:.'���������������������������;; S7 .V! '. J 'V V V, .:Vs?  ssl  LATEST> WAR SUMMAR Y  :,/.  MUST BUILD  UP AGRICULTURE  Mr. Thos. S. Acheson, General  Agricultural Agent of the C. P. R.,  of Winnipeg, visited Enderby district this week in an effort to find  out in what way the great railway  company can be of greater assist-  .ance_J.o__the=agricul tu rists_,o fVth i s-  section of Canada. Mr. Acheson is  an agriculturist himself, a farmer  of many ycars training, and, with  his practical knowledge of the  soil and the fanners' needs, he has  an eagle eye that can sec inlo thc  weaknesses of a system or policy  under which thc farmers arc not  "making good."    He  is  sizing up  London, * April .27.���������������������������The trcmen-"  dous battle begun-by the German  attack'--'on- the Allied  front around  Ypres,   on   Thursday,   April   22nd,  continues with undiminished fury,"  and England, like the rest of Eur7-  opc, is awaiting the outcome with  _ "     "   anxiety. -   Even   news'  that the Allied fleet and armj' have  commenced an attack on the *Dar- ,  dandles and that troops arc advancing against the Turkish entrench-!  nienls,    which   a , fcwr  days   ago  would  have  aroused  immense enthusiasm, has  received  only.passing  attention   in   thc   face  of  the  stakes that are  in  the balance in.  'the'battle, which is raging beyond  the English  Channel.  While    the ' majority   of   those \  capable of forming an opinion believe  the   Germans   by the stroke  they    have    delivered   against   thc  _B ritish ,_J_r_ench__an d-=Bel gi a ns-^a re^=  once again aiming at Dunkirk and'  Calais,   there   are  others   who  believe that it is only a feint in force  lo draw the Allies' reserves, while  preparations are being made for an  attack at some other point in  the.  long line.          The Canadian troops were in  the thick of- this great battle, and  iI vis reported lhal many thousands  were slain, though thc whole Em- r  pirc is proud of their gallantry and  their splendid fighting. Sir John  French officially credits them with  having stemmed the tremendous  onward rush of the Teuton wedge  and saved the day for the Allies.  NTo official report has yet been  made as to Ihe extent of the German advance, or as to Ihe magnitude of the losses, but brief mention is made from both sides of  trainloads of wounded moving to  the rear.  -   In   the   Carpathians   it   appears  thai   the  advance  of the   Russians  been    checked,  .some-reports  owing  to   weather   conditions  others owing to reverses.  has  say  imd  Pholo showing  which to smash  Anarchy in Mexico Cily  the mob gathering mahogany clubs from the'wreck  of Santa  windows and doors of business houses in thc Cily of Mexico.  Brigida  church,  with  THE   WRONG   MR.   WRIGHT  --Enderby theatre-goers have not  had an opportunity of seeing anything so good as the performance  to he given in the Opera Mouse on  Saturday evening for many moons.  Vancouver's favorite comedian, V.  T. Henderson will, play a special  engagement, supported by an- organization of all-star singers,  dancers'' and comedians, with  whom'* hc is making an all-Canadian lour. "The Wrong Mr.  Wright" i.s the title of the performance, and il is considered by the  best critics to be the funniest' play  cver written, replete with laugli-  provoking situations and intermingled with catchy songs and  clever dances given by pretty girls THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 29, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B: C. at S2  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.  APRIL 29, 1915  THE WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY  The businessmen of Enderby have done the  public a good turn in applying to thc Cily Council asking lhal august body to pass a by-law  .making Thursday afternoon a hall-holiday. In  the past, the merchants have arbitrarily combined to close their places of business mid-  wcckly Tor a half-holiday. The mid-week hall-  holiday has not been a success, owing lo the fact  that it has nol met with popular favor, bill, as it  has never been made a public issue, no body has  seen fit to question the right of thc business  people lo run their own business. Similar action  has been taken in lhc other towns in thc Valley,  with similar results.   But now the merchants are  of home and business. Thursday afternoon, or  Wednesday afternoon, nobody can go anywhere  wilh any degree of leisure, and few families feel  disposed to hurry away to the woods on Sunday  morning and have to hurry back Sunday evening. With the week-end half-holiday people  would be able to get some benefit out of it; with a  mid-week half holiday nobody seems to gel any  real good from it. Under the mid-week half-  holiday wc have seen local sports in the Valley  go to pieces; there is not a town in the Okanagan  lhat can today boast of a home team, cither in  fool-ball, baseball or lacrosse. Why? One has  bul to allcnd lhc mid-week half-holiday games  for an answer. Instead of there being hundreds  of enthusiastic spectators and noisy small boys  in attendance, as of yore, there,, arc more frequently less lhan 25 spectators���������������������������and fewer small  bows. And what is any kind of a game worth  without the small boy lhere to do thc rooting?  TJic merchants complain that they cannot be  expected lo stop business on Saturday, their big  day. It might be observed, that this half-holiday  business, to be acceptable, must be a means to an  end. Il musl bring thc people together and develop a homc-fccling toward thc lown, and a  personal interest in ils development, social and  otherwise, and create a feeling of mutual interest  between the town and district. If this is not dene  then the half-holiday becomes a purely com-  mcrcailizcd proposition ancl might better be discontinued altogether. A week-end half-holiday  would, wc believe, bring about greater travel between thc Valley towns, bring hundreds of  farmers into town who never go in on thc midweek half-holiday, and would, generally, revive  the old spirit of fellowship and friendly rivalry  lhat existed here before thc mid-week half-holiday came into existence.  Wc believe there is much more in this weekly  half-holiday proposition than thc merchants of  thc Valley seem to think.- Saturday is the day  when most farmers come to town. As for thc  merchants experiencing any business loss by  Iheir closing Saturday noon, wc believe this is  all a mistake. The Saturday trading would be  done before noon; lhere would be a general good  feeling, and then the farmers and thc public  generally could be given something to entertain  Them at thc recreation ground in the afternoon,  wilh lillle or no cost attached to it. Under the  mid-week half-holiday our recreation grounds  have become unused, except as pasture ground  for callle. Our home baseball teams are given  no encouragement���������������������������they will not play to empty  benches and bunch grass vista.  If the City Council���������������������������representing the people���������������������������.  is lo be asked to make a weekly half-holiday,  and lo enforce it, then let it be a weekly half-  holiday lhat would be acceptable to thc people  and nol one that suits only a small fraction of  the community.  BANK of MONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest, ������������������1������������������,000,000  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager    /;  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NBW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from tl upward., and interest allowed at current rat������������������_.  Interest credited SOtta  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, Lid. E_������������������b,  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  asking the Ciiy to force the mid-week half-holiday on the people, and in so doing they put the  question on a dilfcrent basis. In making the request they throw thc question open lo discussion,  and il is lo be hoped lhe Cily Council will weigh  the matter well before deciding. In asking for  a Thursday half-holiday thc merchants freely  admit thai on that day there is the least business  of any day in the week, therefore it would be  more convenient and more economical for Ihem  ESSEX FARMERS AND WHEAT  Wc arc prone lo believe, at times, that there  is not much large-acreage farming in England;  lhat thc "market gardener" of the favored spots  of thc British Isle, is a man of small parts, small  acreage, and small ways of handling his produce.  Herein lies our greatest error. There is not, of  course, thc immense tracts of land in England  devoted lo wheat, such as wc find in the great  wheat bells of Manitoba and the Northwest Pro-  jvinccs, but, here and there in England, there are  lo close on lhal day.    Bul lhere is another side (wheal farms of pretentious size, and diversified  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  lo the question that musl be considered, and yet  .seemingly, has been disregarded. Unless a half-  holiday can be made a public convenience and to  _JUJapublicjiccd^iLcan never be made popular.  and unless il is popular it will never bc^rcceivctl  with favor by the people. Can a mid-week half-  holiday be made popular���������������������������can il be made to fill  a public need? If not, then thc sooner wc quit  trying to enforce it lhe heller for all concerned.  Wc have watched closely tlie mid-week half-  holiday efforts which have been made in the Valley.   We have seen Vernon, Kelowna. and other  towns provide expensive.attractions in  the way  Virbifseiiaily  .season,'these organizations have meant heavy  loss lo the promoters. This year, it is doubtful  if one of the larger towns will spend a dollar on  a baseball team. And no olher allraetion can  be thought of thai would draw anything like the  support. Therefore we must conclude that the  fault does not lie. in the attraction provided so  much as in the (lay.  We must weigh the question on lhe scale of  public need, and opposite the weight of the merchants' wish place lhe weight of lhe public good.  How can lhe business people of the Valley make  a mid-week half-holiday popular when the people of the Valley cannol lake advantage of lhe  day? With the schools open, the banks open,  and all olher lines of industry in operation, how  can lhe merchants make lhe people accept a midweek half-holiday? If we are lo be asked lo  make a half-holiday by law. then why nol make  il on a day lhat would be acceptable lo thc public? A Saturday half-holiday is observed almost  universally, and il is the only half-holiday which  seems lo lit in wilh the requirements of the people. On Saturday afternoon the banks close, all  public business is suspended, and the schools arc  elosed. On lhat day the people generally have  the holiday-feeling. Then parents can take advantage oi' the day wilh their children; picnic  parlies and camping parlies can go lo the lakes  and other favored spots and prepare for a quiet,  helpful Sunday away from   the everyday cares  fruit, and produce farms which arc handled on a  scale of perfection far exceeding anything yet  achieved in any section of Canada, or even of  thc Stales- A writer in thc Essex Weekly News  i c 1 iriSf ^iitTVJ oscplr^S*m i thr~o f=Woolpi ts*^Farm *-  Essex, having sown over 1000 acres lo wheat.  This figure, the writer says, he has never approached before during his farming career of  half a cenlurv. In manv districts, it is said, the  acreage into wheat reaches a very high "figure,  and the outlook for a big yield is said lo be most  favorable.  So much for Essex wheat. Now for diversified  fruit farm ing Vn The J_sscx3\^^  readers arc familiar with thc English jams put  up by Messrs. Wilkin cv. Sons, al the Tiptrcc Jam  Factory. Here arc some figures which will surprise many. Lasl season on lhc Tiptrcc Farm  they harvested 120 tons of strawberries, 63 tons  of currants, 35 of cherries, 41 of raspberries, 7 of  loganberries, 26 of gooseberries, 1 M- of pears, 9  of apples. 85 of plums, and 14V_ of quinces,  backberries and sundries; a total of 408 tons. In  addition lo this, the Tiptree Farm also harvested  126 tons ol* potatoes, 120 tons of oats, 160 tons of  straw, 50 tons hay, and 60 tons roots, making a  grand total of 921 Ions of fruit and produce oil  450 acres. Besides this they sold $8,000 worth  of livestock .    During lhc year they paid $29,500  We have on hand good Alfalfa,  which we are prepared  to deliver any where in the City: one bale or one ton  A Limited Amount of Alfalfa Meal for Hog Feeding  at $1.00 a Hundred  ALFALFA PRODUCTS, LIMITED  Give Your Home Printer a  GhanGe-at^our^-^���������������������������^_  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Financial Statements  Invitations  Butter Wrappers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Ball Programmes  Visiting Cards  Poultry-men's Mating Lists  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  in wages on thc farm  Al lhe lasl harvest home picnic given by thc | In Short: Anything in Printing.  Tiptree Farm, some 650 pickers were entertained  lo tea by Messrs. Wilkin & Sons, and Ihcy disposed of 190 loaves, 1,400 buns, 60 pounds butler,  18 pounds lea, 125 pounds cake, 1 bushel nuts,  2 bushels gooseberries, 2 of apples, and 2 of  winkles, a total weight of 665 pounds of good  cheer and fellowship. Thai's thc way Ihcy  farm a I thc Tip tree Farm in Essex. And every  pound of I'ruil picked lhal is not sold at a profit  on the open market, is made inlo English jam���������������������������  for which lhere is an unlimited market. After  all, there is a heap for us to learn about farming  from the farmers of Essex, and the sooner we  learn it the belter.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent apound;������������������0_r  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-.   THE WALKER PRESS  n 9t  Thursday, April 29, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  GIL LETTS  CLEANS - DISINFECTS *:,  PAINFULLY, WEAK  Big Crops and Big Prices  Big crops and big prices will put  lhc western fanners on their feet  this year and provide an immense  amount of money which, when it  once gets into circulation, will revive general business all over the  Dominion, particularly in the West.  This is thc kernel of an interview  given out recently by Mr. W. P.  Hinlon, assistant passenger traffic  manager of the Grand Trunk.  OF CANADA  Are Your Children  Learning to Save  Money?  Each maturing son and  daughter should have a personal  Savings ; Account oin the Union-  Bank of Canada, with opportunities to 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 after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall.- Visitihg  brethren cordially invited/  i  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  R. E. WHEELER  W. M.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  1 R. H. CRANE, C. C.  T. H. CALDER, K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  R. N. BAILEY. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. C. J. McCULLOUGH,  DENTIST  Hours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.  By appointment only  ==Polson-=Blockj-at-bridge.-=-Enderby  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  1 Money to Loan  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B.C.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables \  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  IS AT HAND  Book orders now to insure  prompt attention. Painting, Kalsomining, Paper-  hanging.   w������������������0xrkBhop near city H���������������������������ii  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Perhaps it is natural for the  Vernon News to make the best of  a bad case, and we do not have lo  feel angry when it slurs thc intelligence of the people of the Okanagan by inferring in its lofty way  that they believe the argument it  puts forth in defense of Mr. Ellison  and his- "cull" cattle deal. However, since it puts forth editorially  the following facts, and declares  that Ihcsci facts prove abundantly  Mr. Ellison's innocence, it cannot  be considered "bad form" to reproduce its defence, with just a touch  of criticism of its position:  It says that "the deal was transacted through the medium of correspondence, Mr. Ellison accepting  the price set on thc animals by the  farm management." In this connection, Mr. Gardom has made  this statement in print, which has  not been denied either by Mr. Ellison or ihe, farm management: "I  have seen the list with valuations  reduced for Mr. Ellison's benefit of  each Holstein-Friesian animal (in  shipment of June 15th, 1912) and  the total was $2,175, not <-*)475, and  the cow Meta, shipped August 13,  1912, was valued at ������������������500, not ������������������75,"  as claimed by Mr. Ellison.  It claims, further, that the animals were considered "culls" by  the farm officials, who, were  glad to get rid of them at Hie price  for which they were disposed of  lo Mr. Ellison, and that "Mr.  Doherty, the superintendent, considered that he had made a very  excellent bargain from the farm  official's point of view with Mr.  Ellison."  It claims, further, ."that the stock  received by Mr. Ellison was of  such inferior quality as to draw  forth from him, after its arrival  in Vernon, a strong-protest against  having such stuff unloaded upon  him." -  In: this-connection, it would be  interesting to hear what the"farm  ollicials"..have  to'..say'rr-the   same  officials 'who  paidy-'fronr $250   to  .$500 for the, "culls"ythey. were glad  to unload upon Mr. Ellison at from  ������������������25 to $75. .Arid-, since-all-'of these  cows give birth ,to~ calves- by the  best registered bulls on the Colony  farm six months after Mr. Ellison  got theni, it would be interesting  to know if the farm officials gave  this."service" in order to bring the  value of the "culls" up to ������������������25 and  ������������������75.   In this section of the Okanagan   it  is  a  very  ordinary  scrub  cow that will not bring ������������������65 or ������������������75,  even in these days of financial depression.    And, as Mr. Ellison has  admitted   on   the   public  platform  that he sold calves from these cows  at ������������������125 apiece, it does not appear  that    he . considered    them    such  worthless    "culls"    as    to . "bring  forth  a  strong protest  from  him  against having such stuff unloaded  Hjpon-^hiniT-'^^We^do^not^believe  there   are  many  stockmen   in  the  Okanagan who would protest very  seriously  if  such  an  "nuloading"  were thrust upon them.  The News claims, further, "that  so far from -reaping any advantage  from the deal, or getting the better  of the Government in the transaction, he (Mr. _Ellison), suffered  heavy financial loss thereby."  Perhaps this accounts for thc  high value put upon thc calves by  Mr. Ellison���������������������������to recoup his heavy  losses. Really, the opinion of thc  meeting at Enderby when Mr. Ellison made his position clear and  acquitted himself, was thai Mr.  Ellison's heavy financial losses  were not so much thc result of thc  deal as Ihey were of the deal being  found out.  "Finally," thc News says, "no  unbiased person can, after a study  of the whole case, fail to reach the  .conclusion that, while Mr. Ellison  made a mistake in entering into  such a deal he was not in the  slightest degree actuated by any  unworthy or dishonorable motive."  Perhaps hot. But Mr. Ellison  must have gone into the deal to  make money out of it. Otherwise  why should he have made such a  "strong protest against having such  'stuff" unloaded upon him���������������������������and at  prices less than half what an ordinary scrub cow would cost, in  the Okanagan? The best reply  we have seen to this contention is  given by Mr. Kidston in his open  letter on the subject.    Hc says:  As regards the charges brought  against Mr. Ellison in the House,  the only, explanation which has  been given in public is that Mr.  Ellison lost money over the deal.  The local executive say they have  received a further explanation  which is satisfactory to them, but  they refuse to divulge what it is.  From what I have been able to  learn of the case, I do not for an  instant credit Mr. Ellison's statement regarding the bad bargains  he got, nor thc losses he made, but,  even if hc did make a loss, I can  not see how that fact would lessen  his offense. He certainly went into thc deal with a view to making  a profit, not a loss. But I claim  that he had no right to go into it  at all. 1 do not know what oath  a Minister of the Crown takes on  assuming office, but I do know  that no mayor, reeve, councillor,  or even school trustee could have  any such dealings with his municipality without forfeiting his  seat, quite irrespective of profit or  loss, and I canpot believe that a-  lower standard bf public morality  is demanded of a Minister of the  Crown than of a school trustee.  Had Mr. Ellison's resignation  been forced through a difference  in opinion on a matter of public  policy, no question could have  arisen as to his eligibility as a candidate. But retiral through wrongful dealing with Government property is quite another matter. That  his colleagues were convinced thai  Mr. Ellison was unworthy of support is clearly shown by the fact  that not one of them spoke for him  in the House, and that his resignation was promptly accepted: His  colleagues must" have had access to  all sources of information, including Mr. Ellison's verbal explanations, and musl have known  that the acceptance of his resignation at such a crisis could be taken  as nothing but a condemnation on  their  part   of  his   dealings.  North End of Old Poison Mercantile Warehouse  is  Try Our Prices for Your Own Satisfaction on any of the  Following Goods :  The F.mou, "PURITY"  FLOUR  "Gold Seal" FLOUR  "Snowdrift" FLOUR  Shbrts, Wheat, Bran, Feed Flour, Middlings, Barley, Barley Chop,  Crushed Oats, Corn  (whole, cracked & meal). Oyster Shell, Chick  Food, Chick Bone, Potatoes, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal, Graham Flour.  Also GRASS SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.  Enderby Growers' Association  her   neutrality,   the    Italian   pro-1 was   formed   with   the   object   of  vinccs  of  Austria,'and   no  more, j prospecting for and locating thc oil  Can't Evade War Tax  It has been brought to the attention of the Post Office Department  that some business firms, desiring  to avoid paying the war tax which  is how 'effective, propose making  arrangements for the. delivery of  accounts/ bills,. circulars, _ etc.,  through means.other than the P.ost  Office, contrary to ythe Postal c Act,  and a warning is being given that  the Department intends to insist  that*the law shall be" rigidly lived  up to, and will in no circumstances  allow these parties to avoid paying  the one cent tax, which has been  imposed for war purposes. All  letters conveyed; received, collected, sent or delivered iri contravention of the Post Office Act will  be seized and necessary steps immediately, taken for the prosecution of the offenders in all cases  where the' law has been contravened.   '  Under the Post Office Act, thc  Pastmaster General has the exclusive privilege of receiving, ^collecting, conveying and delivering letters within Canada.'- Bills and accounts, whether in open or sealed  envelopes, as well as circulars or  other printed matter enclosed in  ._nvcl_qpcs_ sealed   or   ready   to   be  Until-a month ago, Italy was content with that, but when it became apparent that the Allies intended to finish Turkey-in-Europc,  Italy put forward a claim , to  Smyrna city and- province and a  number of Turkish islands, as well  as a slice of the Austrian..territory  on the Adriatic. It is not be  lieved in London, however, that,  the Allies intend that Italy shall  have any of the territory of Tur-  key-in-Asia. Smyrna will go to  either Greece'or France. It is too  big a prize to add "to the price of  Italian assistance, the 'Allies think.  basin from which this oil flows.  So far as can be learned no further  indications have been found.  sealed,   are   "letters"   within   the"  meaning of thc Post Office Act.  There is a penalty under Section  136 of the Post Office Act which  may amount to ������������������20 for each letter  unlawfully carried.  Whal Italy Won't Get  Il is now. an open secret thai  Italy has been promised by Austria and Germany, as the price of  OIL UPON THE WATER  There was some oil excitement  in .the vicinity of Mr. Moore's  ranch, a mile or two south of Enderby, the past week, when a vast  amount of land was staked for oil.  It appears that for some ycars a  number of people have noticed an'  oil scurii* floating .upon the water  oozing from the .ground,,in that  vicinity. Some month ago a' num-  ber.-'of. Enderby' men ..clubbed'together and employed ..an oil expert  to"*"conic "from thecoast:and -report  on what he could Jind' in' this vicinity'. The nature of his report  did - not encourage the local promoters to go any farther with the  proposition. ^. y,  A month or more ago, Mr. W. T.  Marshall, of Lansdowne, secured  a sample'of the oily scum found,on  the water and forwarded same to.  the Government analyst at Victoria,  and recently a report was^ received  from the analyst-.stating that the  sample of oil sent proved to be a  very light oil with a flash point at  120F.���������������������������practically all kerosene oil.  A  syndicate  of Armstrong-men  g>?mwaii|j tailoring  The Fulton Hardware Co., is putting on one of. those- money-saving  spring sales which have been so  popular with this company in the -  past and so much appreciated by  the buying public.   -   ;-    --*-���������������������������.'_-...���������������������������  0.1 Barber  ' r  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby J  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyerg froo  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, ���������������������������  can give you the best prict possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME  At the 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, at Grand Forks. No order too  large or too small.  For prices and particulars apply  H. E. C. Harris,      Enderby  _ Choose your Cloth pattern and  Suit Style.  _ We can make you a Suit to your  exact physique in five days���������������������������an  express train schedule at the shops.  _ Special Order Tailoring we call  it���������������������������Bespoke Tailoring, they term it  in England.  300 imported British fabric3 to  choose from: Worsteds, Serges,  Tweeds, Cheviots, Vicunas, Homespuns. 30 new designs in men's  style*.  $18 up to $35, HO. Exclusive importations in the higher-priced garments.  Enderby Supply Co.  ENDERBY  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of;theTDomin-V  ion in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan: and, 7  Alberta,' the  Yukon Territory, .the, :<"  Northwest*Territories and "a-portion S  of the Province of BritislrColumbia,"'  maybe leased for.a,term of twenty-^  one years at an annual, rental .of $ll-  anacrc.' Not more than 25C0.acres-  will be leased to vonc applicant.- . ;'  . Application*- for a lease)must'be;  made by the applicant in person to"*  the Agent, of sub-Agent of the dis:  trict in which'rights applied for are*  situated^  In surveyed ' territory-'the land  must be described by sections, or'  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurvcyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  the applicant himsclf;  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be .  refunded' if the rights applied for  are not available, but nol otherwise."  A royalty shall be paid on thc mer-.  chantablc output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.    ,  The person operating the- mine  shall furnish thc Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full,  quantity of -merchantable coal  mined and pay thc royally thereon.  If tbe coal mining rights arc not  operated, such returns should be,,  furnished at least once a year.  Thc lease will include thc coal  mining rights only,'but the,lessee-  may^bu'permiltcd'to^purchase'what-f^  ever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for thc  working of thc mine, at the rate of  810 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to thc Secretary of  the Department of thc Interior, Ottawa, or to any. Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unauthorized publication -- f-���������������������������  this advertisement wiil not be paid  for.  NOTICE  rt.  In lhe Matter of the Land Registry  Acl: and in lhc Mailer of Lot 7,  Block 12, Map 211 A,- Cily of Enderby.  Take notice that I shall, at the  expiration of one monlh from the  date of thc first publication of this  notice issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above Lot in  the name of Okanagan Saw. Mills  Limited, unless valid objection in  writing be made to mc in thc meantime.  The holders of the following documents in respect of the said Lot  are required to deliver the same to  me forthwith: namely���������������������������  Conveyance, dated July 29, 1891,  T.McKay Lambly and Robert Lamb-  ly to John Edward Crane.  Conveyance, dated May 11th,  1892, John Edward Crane to Henry  John Scott.  Conveyance, dated June 20th,  1904, Henry John Scott to William  Tomkinson.  Conveyance, dated January 12th,  1912. John Henry Carcfoot to Walter Robinson.  Dated at Kamloops, B.C., this 1st  day of April, A.D.. 1915.  C. H. DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  *-f **^*-*3|  ySi'-'A THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 29, 1915  JACKSON NOW MANAGER  Mr. F.  T.  Jackson,  of Dakin  &.  WHAT WAR IS COSTING  Leaving out of consideration the  Jackson, 'Armstrong,   has   received ; awful   cost  of  this  world  war   to  the appointment of manager of the | Great    Britain    and    her   colonies  Okanagan    United    Growers,    sue-,''"   dollars  and   cents,  let  us   con-  ceedinq  Mr.   Robertson.    This  de- si(ler what thc losses are in olher  cision was arrived at after a pro-: directions.      It    is    authoritatively  longed debate at a meeting of the slated  that at the battle of Neuve  Growers  last  week.    It  is   under- Chapclle  it cost  thc  British alone  stood   that  Mr.  Jackson   will   lake! nearly 13,000 men and  more war  over the management on llie 1st ol*' nmmunilion than .was used in lhe  Mav, Mr.  Robertson continuing in ;two years "of war in South Africa,  an advisory capacity until the mid- ancl the>' advanced only a mile or  die of the month.   Mr. Jackson en-Vwo.     The   nearest  point   reached  tirelv withdraws his interests from ; by'the Allies to thc German fron-  the firm of Dakin & Jackson, bul   l������������������cr is said to be 30 miles.   And the  is allowed lo give his old firm some  nearer lhe armies of the Allies get  assistance for a few weeks in re- to  the  German   frontier, the  more  arranging    their    business.      The desperate will become the task bc-  United Growers will take over the' ''ore them. It can readily be com-  selling organization of Dakin &, P������������������led what the losses will be.  Jackson, and make a start on more; Mr. W. L. George, the noted Eng-  dircct selling. The Central will | lish author faces unflinchingly a  handle Dakin & Jackson's business-problem that probably has been  on a brokerage basis. j obscured by thc more bizarre fea-  Mr.   Robertson   was   again   pro-jturcs of  the war.    Mr.  George is  posed at the Growers' meeting, but'the author of "Thc Making of an Eighty-five   per   ccnl   of   all  he did nol consider it possible for; Englishman,"  "Women  of Tomor-j headaches  are   the   result  of  eye-  bachelor does not compare with  the spinster because the latter generally leads a celibate life, which  the bachelor does not. (I know I  ani courting the angry protests of  many readers, but most of them  will agree that few bachelors of 30  have  been  steadfastly  celibate.)  "Now it is obvious that the war  is going lo make more serious this  serious situation, owing to the loss  in killed and invalided,Which it is  estimated at a conservative figure  can be placed at 30,000 for the first  six months of the war. But this is  for six months only and an average of 300,000 men in thc field.  We have since deployed forces at  least three times as large, on which  thc loss should be 8-1,000 more. It  is fair lo assume the war will last  a year. This brings 84,000 up to  178,000, and with thc loss to date,  to a rough total of 200,000 marriageable men taken out of the  market."  w. m mm  him to continue, at the same time, row," "Thc Second Blooming," and  emphatically stating that he still. other volumes of fiction and es-  has the success of the co-operative J says. He speaks of the part the  movement in the Okanagan Valley | women of England will play when  greatly at heart, and will continue j the war is endedj and of thc great  to do all in his power in an un-j losses they must suffer as the re-  oflicial way to further its interests, j suit of the awful killing of thous-  Mr.     Robertson,     throughout     the  ands  of men.  whole situation, has taken an attitude that has won the admiration  of all who understand the difficult  problems he has had to meet.    Pie  "There is an impression abroad,"  says he, "that thc war will work a  change in us; notably, many people believe that all the unrest ex-  has won for himself the sincere re- j pressed   of late  years  in  militant  sped of all with whom he has had suffragism   will   be   allayed,   and  that   women   who   formerly  clam-  strain. Are you troubled that way?  If so consult S. L. Taube, thc well-  known Optical Specialist. He will  be at Reeve's Drug Store on Thursday,  May  13th.  Royal Household Flour, 49s, delivered to Enderby, for $8.35 per  barrel. Limited amount to sell.  Foreman & Armstrong, Armstrong,  B. C.  A special meeting of the Hospital  Auxiliary will be held in the City Hall,  Monday  afternoon,   May 3rd,   at 3.30.  to work.  In recognition of his splendid  services to the Growers and the  Valley, and his present attitude, the  following resolution was passed by  the  Directors:  "Thc Directors of the Okanagan  United Growers desire lo place on  record their high appreciation of  the services of Mr. R. Robertson to  thc cause of co-operation in thc  Okanagan Valley. , Mr. Robertson  has freely devoted lo this cause.his  high abilities and indefatigable  energy, with the result lhal it has  ored for the vote, said bitter things  about marriage, the family, and the  home, who claimed economic  equality, will after peace day live  in a state of rapt contemplation before the heroes who saved their  country.  V'This is simply ridiculous. One  might think that we had never  known wars before. The truth is  lhal, though for a time national  problems may expel private preoccupations, very soon these will  reassert   themselves,  and   man   thc  one agency, thus avoiding competition, and doing much to promote  the general good feeling and prosperity of thc Valley. The results  of Mr. Robertson's work will be  permanent, and thc Board feels il  cannot sever its connection with  Mr. Robertson without at least  placing on record this inadequate  acknowledgement, of its indebtedness."  become possible Tor those living j dcfenclcr, if hc insist upon being  in a district 150 miles long, to sell 1 man the oppressor, will once more  their   fruit   and   produce   through  bCConic man the enemy.  "Now, people suggest too easily  that thc woman movement is carried on. by 'hysterical spinsters.' I  do not think this i.s true, for the  chief leaders are married women,  but still it is true that thc bulk of  thc rank and file are unmarried.  You will readily realize, if you will  consider a few figures, how many-  more unmarried women there must  soon be in these islands, ancl how,  if there i.s anything in thc argument, this is likely to affect the  problems of the day.  'Tn August, 1914, there were in  these islands about 1,150,000 more  women than men. Therefore, even  if all men married, there must be  1,lf)0,000 women who could not  possibly   fiTurVnisbands  Seed Grain for Distribution  L. Xorris, the local Government  agent, still has on hand for distribution a considerable quantity of  the shipment of seed wheat sent in  for the farmers by the Provincial  Jiavci^nieJiL^^^Iiannc^s^AvhiD^desirc.  lo obtain any of this seed should  make application to Mr. Norris  without   delay.���������������������������Vernon   News.  GOOD WORKING MULF.  for sale;  price !?20.    L. .Long, Enderby.  AmTVill  men do not marry; so the problem  was serious enough.  "I should like lo say, in passing,  lhat I think marriage necessary to  nearly   all   women,   and   that   the  Opera  House  Crockery  and  Glassware  With the new goods to  arrive in a few days, our .  stock in this line will be  very complete.  In many of these lines  prices have advanced from  20 lo 30 per cent., but our  present stock, and much  ol* that to arrive, will be at  old prices, and wc will be  able to compete wtih the  best in the Province as to  prices.  Call and inspect; it Avill be  a pleasure to show* thc new  goods as they arrive.  J. E. Crane, Prop.  Plants!   Plants!  It is because of the extraordinary low .prices'��������������������������� which wef  arc selling this stock of hardware at that has created this  sensation in town..  There is no hot air or bluff about it. Wc ������������������������������������������������������.want this  $12,000 stock reduced to $6,000, and wc are reducing it by  turning it over to the public at FIRST COST.  PAINT     NOW!  Your buildings need the paint, Somebody needs the  labor; we must reduce our stock. You can get your  buildings protected by paint now at one-third the price  you would pay under ordinary conditions. Our $2,500  stock of Sherwin-Williams paints and varnishes will be  sold at LESS THAN COST. Price only $2.25 per gallon  in all sizes of tins-  There are House Paints, Barn Paints, Bridge Paints,  Furniture Paints���������������������������in fact, Paints and Varnishes for every  purpose.  Thousands of articles in Shelf Hardware���������������������������all first-class  Coffee Percolators,  .Reg.   $5.00; Sale Price   $3.75  Barn Door Hinges, Reg.   $1.00; Sale Price 75  Garden Wheel Barrows,."$5.00; Sale Price       3.75  Garden Wheel Barrows,."$4.85; Sale Price       3.75  Tennis Racquets, Baseball Mitts and Bats  AT COST  Milk  Cans, Reg $5.00; Sale Price       3.30  Milk Cans, Reg $4.75; Sale Price       3.05  Milk  Cans,  Reg ...$200; Sale Price 1.40  1-Gal. Feed Measures, Reg 35; Sale Price 20  Atkins' 16-in. Silver Steel.Bucksaws, reg. $2.50; sale $1.85  Stanley No. 45 Combined Plow & Beading Plane  Reg. $11.00; Sale Price     8.25  Boys' Air Guns, Reg.... .$2.00; Sale Price       1.36  Bamboo Fish Rods, Reg.     .25; Sale Price  . V 15  Steel Fish Rods, Reg-.....$1.75; Sale Price       1.00  ���������������������������Mail Orders will receive our careful & prompt attention  PLUMB1NG,H_ATING,TINSMITHING  i-  We can supply you with the following  brands of Flour:  Ready Early in May  All kinds of plants for the  Flower Garden, raised from finest  seed procurable.  TOMATOES,  CAULIFLOWER,  CABBAGE, ETC.  Order now���������������������������Prices Moderate  (Saturday Eve)  Vancouver's Favorite Comedian  V.T.HENDERSON  In the Musical Farce,  Pretty Girls ��������������������������� Catchy Songs  1 A        Clever Comedians       A S  ID - MUSICAL NUMBSRS -- IO  Prices, 50C & 75C  Big Dance After Show  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Phone  224 P.O.Box  5G7  LAM)   REGISTRY   ACT  Application G245F and  (524GF.  re.  Lot 0, Block  13, Map 211a, 1st  Addition lo Enderby, less easterly  22 feet 7'/_ inches thereof and re.  easterly 22 feet 71/, inches of said  Lot.  NOTICE is hereby given that I  shall at thc expiration of one month  from the date of the first publication hereof issue Certificates of Indefeasible Tille to the above-mentioned lands in the names of Elizabeth Poison and Henry Hendrick-  son respectively, unless in the  meantime valid objection is made  to mc in writing. The holder of the  following documents relating to,  inlcr alia, the said lands, namely,  Conveyance dated 13th September, 1897, from Oliver Harvey .to  William Hancock of iulcr alia,  above lands, is required to deliver  same to me forthwith.  Daled at the Land Registry Ollice,  Kamloops,   B.C.,  this  12th  day  of  Royal Household  Centennial  Strong Baker  A good supply of Cerials  Glenora  Varsity  Hungarian  Feed of Various Kinds  We have a supply of SEED GRAIN on hand;   also CLOVER,  TIMOTHY and ALFALFA, and SMALL SEEDS.  TEECE & SON,  We deliver to any part of the city  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  The world needs a church lhat  will teach it to be healthy. That  is all the salvation wc need. It is  hard-for a man Vo-save his soul  when he does not know how to  save his body.���������������������������Greenwood Ledge.  April, 1015.  C.  IT.   DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  Meat Lunches, 25c  Ice Creams  Misses Jameson & Loggin  Now is tlie Time  to Order Your  Customer's Own Material Made  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  WANT ADS  ~"~ Arc VvourV*-rcscnI glasses giving  you satisfaction? If nol, see S. L.  Taube, the Optical Specialist. He  ���������������������������will be at Reeves' drug store on  Thursday, May 13th.  FOR SALE���������������������������Two fresh cows; also  two grade Ayrshire cows due to  freshen in the fall, bred to pure  bred registered Ayrshire bull.  C. E. Davidson, Mara.  RIDERS WANTED as agents for  our high-grade bicycles. Write  for low prices to Thos. Plimlcv's  Cycle Works, Victoria, B.C.    '4t  SEVEN-ROOM house, complete  with bath, etc.; 12 bearing fruit  trees;-large grounds; for rent to  permanent tenant at ������������������15 per  month.    Come quick.   A. Fulton.  COWS FOR SALE--Two milch cows  rising 7 years; good milkers; well  broken and gentle; in calf to our  pure-bred Ayrshire bull, Bessie's  Model (2G938) due to freshen on  or about March 2Gth and 29th respectively. Apply to R. J. Col-  tart, Enderby. m28-2t  NO.l DUCK EGGS FOR HATCHING  Pure-bred White Pekin; $1.00 per  setting of 11 eggs. Mrs. John  McKay, Waterside, Enderby.   a3l  f   m  I  -V  a  .._���������������������������_  if  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. m4-tf

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