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 _. *-"  s* ������������������-.r.j..i /T ���������������������������>. w  Enderby, B.C., August 6, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 23; Whole No. 335  'INDERBY NEWS IN BRIEF  \va  - news on pages o  returned from Se-  Addilional  and C.  ���������������������������   Wm. Hatcher  attle this week.  Craeme and Don King, of Vancouver  are visiting Mrs. H. W. Keith.  Miss Kathleen Stroulger is visiting  her home this' week from Vernon.  Kelowna will hold its annual regatta on Okanagan Lake Aug. 12-13.  Fire Chief F. B. Dill had the hose  reel out last Friday Qv.ening for a  . short practice.  W. A. Russell is building a brick  residence in the grove, back of the  Flewwelling home.  Born���������������������������1-At Vernon Hospital, on  Thursday, July 30th, to the wife of  Mr. Edward Faint, a son.  Born���������������������������At the Cottage Hospital,  Enderby, July 31st, lo Mr. and Mrs.  P. H. Murphy, "a daughter.  Mr. G. W. Myers has been placed  in charge, of the sales department  of the Okanagan.Sawmills.   (  j -  Dr.' Crawford .opened his dentist  ollice this week ih thc Poison block,  -���������������������������near'the bridge, Cliff street.,  . "   The Misses Alice" and Maud 'Wallace, of 'VeriYonj'- are spending .the  7 week with;Mrs:_Wm. Pearson.   '7y,  S-   'Three "carloads'of. lumber were'  .shipped' from.-the .Okanagan  Saw-  .*��������������������������� nii 11s7the -paslf. week;destined7for  South' Africa?  [VS-.?-T���������������������������*&:"JJ.as.^ Murphyyileft./Endcrby' last  ri-  U7  Parislf:.'of<--Eriderby,v-9th^ Sunday-  ft aflei:i- Trinity*::7-Mat-ins;''���������������������������'*���������������������������;Grindfod,"  T 10.30;-Evensong,- -MarJR:3.00;''Evensong, "Enderby,,7.30. "      .   i-'-  J. F.' Johnson will hold < an auction sale of second-hand goods next  Saturday afternoon,-in the" Hutchison block, Belvedere street. - -  - A. D. Bin-ell, formerly of Enderby, now engineer at'the-big tunnel  being bored by the C. P. R. through  the Rockies, is spending a few days  at Enderby. l  Mr. D. Wadds, the well-known  photographer of Nelson, but.more  recently of -Vancouver, visited thc  -Okanagan Valley this week, stopping oil" at Enderby a day or two on  his way south.  Henry Peters will move-his harness shop from Cliff street ^to thc  brick block now occupied by Wm.  Scott,.on Maud street, thus bringing  the boot and shoe repairer and har-  nessman under one roof.  The Vernon News is endeavoring  __Lo__supplj__.the_=va_icus_-to_*vjuin--lhc_  Okanagan with the latest news from  thc seat of war, by publishing a  daily bulletin, giving a summary of  lhe events as they are reported.  The city has cleaned lhe streets  of noxious weeds and they present  a more attractive appearance. It  is a good example to set, and if all  properly- owners would follow the  lead, Enderby would soon be the  gai-.len spot of the Valley.  -,i. 11. G. Baird, of Hupel, H. G.  Fowler, and Mr. and Mrs. C. II.  Thomson, left on Tuesday for the  Old Country. All the men in the  parly are reservists, and are going  home expecting lo enter active service. Mr. Baird is leaving Mr. F.  Kemp in charge of the Hupel posl-  office and hotel. He expects lo return in August, 1915.  Mrs. Airth. returned-form Chase  on Saturday, where she spent a very  enjoyable ten days visiting her son  and (laughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.  Brash. On her return Mrs. Airth  stopped off a few days at Sicamous  with her son and daughter, Mr. and  Mrs. Mm. H. Staten. Mrs. Airth says  .although Chase is a pretty place, it  cannot compare with Enderby.  While in Chase Mrs. Airth met some  old-timers from Enderby, among  them Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, who  wish to be remembered to friends  in Enderby.  On Tuesday afternoon and evening, the 11th inst.,- the ladies of St.  George's Church will hold a garden  fete in thc beautiful grounds of Mr.  and Mrs. A. E.Taylor. In addition  to the usual refreshments, such as  ���������������������������iflernoon tea, ice cream, candy, etc.  there will be a'.rifle competition,  tennis on the lawn, ring toss aqd  fortune telling by lhe mysterious  Madame Eutopia In the evening  lhe talented Enderby City Band has  kindly consented lo play, and certain surprises may be looked for.  Tea and colfee will be served.  Britain and Germany Finally, at War  LONDON, Aug. 5.���������������������������Within a few minutes of each other, shortly after midnight, Great  Britain and German}" both declared war today, following the expiration, at midnight, of the  ultimatum given by Britain rcspecing the observance of the nciilralily of Belgium by thc Germans.; King George has signed the official war declaration papers, and Germany's official  declaration has been received here. '-  The foreign office of Great- Britain has issued the following statement. "Owing lo the  summary rejection of he request made by His Britainnic Majesty's Government that the neutrality of Belgium should be respected, tlis Majesty's ambassador at Berlin lias received his passports, and His Majesty's Government has,declared, to Germany that a stale of war exists between Great Britain and German}."  The first great naval battle of thc war is nowbeing waged in the North Sea, off thc Scottish coast, and, from official information, thc tide of victory seems setting toward Britain.  London has received official word,of the sinking of two German cruisers, and lhe capture  of a third.0 Other German boats escaped, with British warships in hot pursuit. Many English  wounded arc being landed at Groma'rly, and inthc county of Aberdeen.  ���������������������������   A British mine-laying.ship has been sunk.hy'.-thc German fleet,  and  lhe  British   torpedo  boat destroyer Pathfinder was pursued, but managed lo escape.  The exact location of thc German licet is known.   Thc German battle fleet is sweeping the?  -Nortli Sea.     England must strike on the sea in order to prevent any invasion of its shores by  Germany.    .. ',-���������������������������      .7 ;*-'''     , .  .  An appeal is made to all single Britons between 18.and 30 years of age to join the arnfy.  "Your.King and.country need you,'\is< Hie" proclamation.     - :  \ ,j      '-.',..- -   -      '  London, .'Aug., 4.^-Germany's" re- Gerhiair-'ministry-has 'no.ifieiKBel-  mous  The.scope oi  {  -  ply "to Sir.Edward "Grey's "speech, of  yesterday'-indicati ng -the Bri lish" attitude in regard^ to -the Tviol atiqn ,'of  Belgian ;territory": by- Germany,  was'a second ultimatum from'Ber,-'  li'n \.o^Brussels .saying .Germany: was  oHi.cially.Uhforinedvb'y-ixBel^iurii^tO;;  day" that "German", troopsW^adM invaded'. Belgium,,and. thatv.tha-viola-  tion   of .that .country's  neutrality)  wliich the British.foreign"secretary  yesterday said must be followed by  action on thepart of. the. British.had  become an accepted.fact..  .  ,- Definite announcement of. Great  Britain's intentions under this grave  effront was expected in the House  of Commons this afternoon.   In the,  meantime John Burns has resigned'  from the British cabinet and Viscount   Morley's   absence   from   ils  meeting today indicated .that this  other'strong  peace   advocate  had I  also  determined to leave his  colleagues.  Diplomatic relations had already  been severed last night -between  Germany and France, and the German ambassador in leaving Paris  informed the French .premier that  Germany regarded herself as in a  .state=of^\1u-"with^FranccrTh'c~i3pen  breach between France and Germany was rapidly followed by the  appearance of, German troops on  French territory and by an incursion of bomb-throwing German  aeroplanes which attacked the fortified town of LunCville without doing any more than damage to a  roadway.  A more tangible occurence was  the bombardment of- the French  navalstation at Bona/Algeria, by "a  German cruiser, which, however,  retired before doing much damage,  gium -that" as"-that ��������������������������� counlry,Vhad' declined '','the'/'wellTinte,nded-"pirer.v of  Germany, it ,i*s'vnecess'ary,.tpTcarrSr;'it  out by force-of-arms.", '"y >";- \'"^_  ~ Continuing,- the'Prehiier said-'that'  Germany liad.",assurcdvBelgium that  il^'wouldi-com'pcn'sate^'hervfoi^any.'  damage whieh'iit mightsuffjcr-by-thc.  mar'ch-^of,7������������������li-bops'.7acKOsss>>BeIgian.  territory.'' "-'"W? .^/--7^i-"-:,7 ^i'<i^S'-\\  ?vl "The." Bnt islKCovernnient;: cannot1  regar'd;"tthat'as in;any way-satisfactory; ,'We must,protect Belgium's  neutrality" toy.preVcnt 'what" means  lo.hc.-a question of life pr dcallf,  ,the" advance olV troops ������������������������������������������������������ through  Belgium," said'the Premier:  and is -cruising around the -Mediterranean Sea where a considerable  number of French war vessels arc  looking for such marauders.  What'lhc British admiralty intended to do was not ascertainable and  no news was made public as to the  movements of British warships.  British ships bound for continental  ports north of Calais were advised  by the admiralty to divert their  course to ports, in the, United Kingdom in the interest of the national  welfare.  Tense silence reigned today as  Premieiv-squifh arose in tlie House  of Commons lo make a statement,  and he made known thc fact thai  an ultimatum expiring at midnight,  Aug. 4th, had been sent lo Germany.  The Premier stated that Sir Edward Grey had sent to thc British  ambassador-in Berlin a telegram informing him of thc appeal of King  Albert of Belgium had categorically  refused to sanction the flagrant violation of the "Law of Nations" and  announced that the German government had been asked to give satisfactory reply by-midnight on the  question of Belgian neutrality.  "The British Government," said  Premier Asquith, "has requested  that the neutrality of Belgium be  respected by Germany and has  asked an   immediate   reply.    .The  LATEST WAR BULLETINS ','-  The last report .from th������������������   coast of  Scotland states that in  the 'cruiser engagement off   Cromarty,. the British  cruiser fleet was defeated.!  Algeria.���������������������������A French fleet is reported to .have captured-two German cruisers.  Brussels.���������������������������Germans are shelling  Liege and Namur.  London.���������������������������Partial martial law has  been proclaimed in the British  Isles.  An order has been issued giving  the..Government _control_.of_.all -the  -The reply reads:,...London, Aug.  2.���������������������������\Vitlvrefcrence to~your 'telegram  Aug.y.l, .'His.-Majesty's-1-government'  grate fullyr ^welcomes* the ~ assurance,  of "y"o\n;/;government , thW in "the  p'resenlvcrisis tlicy"may ��������������������������� rely' on .the  whole-hearted. co-operation; of:-the  'pe.ople" oiV Canada,"'-' -77,':;������������������~������������������"���������������������������'*._-'i-'1>  CALLED  TO. ARMS 7  " ?} i\  REDISTRIBUTION COMMISSION  The first silling of the Provincial  Redistribution  Commission  iiv the"  Okanagan will be held at Enderby  on  Tuesday afternoon,  Aug.  11th.  at which time it is hoped to have a  representative body of the district  meet the Commission and place before them the requirements of the  district as seen by men of all parties  resident here.    We understand tlie"  suggestion is to be made to the Commission that a Northern Okanagan ,  riding be created, taking in all that  territory north- of Larkin to Sica:,  and Salmon,Arm. '   fS    .7";-  the'enquiry aulhori-"'  zes the commission: (1) To enquire?  into-the suitability or otherwise of.  the provisions of the Constitution  Act "dealing willr the creation andv  the .establishment   "of    provincial;,  electoral' district  bound������������������  'M  !,\.-7t������������������-i  ah d d ef i n i n g I heybou*n"d a ii es'yp f n'e iv^S^S  /lii-<ltiinln l _ .. (i ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������ tt       nArtiin.1 ���������������������������.'-Ia*  j At. .>-^ *:y ������������������.*.-ry,r ~ ���������������������������*��������������������������� _"tfTCS_���������������������������  railroads in Great Britain.  London.���������������������������The House of Commons, without a dissenting voice,  on Aug. 4th, voted $525,000,000 for  emergency purposes.    x  Berlin.���������������������������The German Imperial  Parliament on Aug. 4lh, voted one  billion two-hundred and fifty million dollars to meet the expenses of  the war.  Germany  Belgium.   _  New   Yor  has  declared   war on  I..���������������������������Prominent international bankers here declare lhal  American bankers have co-operated  in a most pleasing manner lo meet  the situation and thai no diflicully  need now be apprehended.  Port Arthur, Onl., Aug. -I.���������������������������Six  trains passed through here today  with ammunition and military supplies for the arsenal at-Esquimau.  They were made up in-Quebec and  are being hurried through, stopping  only where necessary.  Canada's 0If er of Help  Ottawa, Aug. .3.���������������������������Canada's offer  of assistance lb the Mother Land,  which was sent Saturday to Colonial Secretary Hat-court, and the reply thereto received Sunday, were  made public yesterday afternoon at  A o'clock by Sir Robert Borden.  The offer and reply were as follows: "My advisers, while expressing their most' earnest hope  thai peaceful solution -of existing  international difficulties may be  achieved and their strong desire to  co-operate in every possible way  for lhal purpose, wish lo convey to  His Majesty the firm assurance that  if unhappily war should ensue,  Canadian people unite in a common  resolve to put * every effort and to  make every sacrifice necessary-to  ensure the integrity and maintenance of the honor of our Empire."  This was signed by lhe Duke of  Con nau gill.  V Major Henfuiv'er has'-reccive'd'oiV  tiers under 'datc.'iof Aug. .lst/itb'-gct.  C. ^Squadron: 3.0tli^B:C:HAup-toffulI;  war strength", 'an'd'a'hi'eeliiigfwiil be"  .held   in   tlie ��������������������������� City- Hall-.tomorrow,  (Friday)  evening) for tlie purpose  of explaining the. terms "of, service,  and enlisting recruits.;.. It is understood there are any number of men  prepared to sign on. y    -.  Extracts from the regimental orders calling the squadron lo arms  indicate that while there may.be no,  immediate mobilization, lhe men  must stand in readiness for mobilization al a moment's call  "All non-commissioned officers  and men are warned to hold themselves in readiness for modilization  at a moment's notice.  "In case of mobilization, the Militia Act will be strictly enforced.  "Officers commanding will com-  JT cnc.e_cj.rjj ls_ a t Jo n c e,_a n d _d ri 117 a s  often as possible."  ORDERED TO RECRUIT  C. Squadron 30th B.C. IL, having  been ordered to recruit to full war  strength, at once, a public meeting  will he held at the Cily Hall, Enderby, Friday, Aug. 7th, al 8 p.m., for  the purpose of obtaining recruits  and explaining terms of service.  -Every loyal British subject is es-  peciallv requested lo attend.  E. (_. J. L. III-NXIKI-IL Major  O.C. C. Squadron 30th B. C. II.  evidence bei"ore.\it;VOrgaiiizalions'"  may be 'represented' by; counsel; if',  ���������������������������they desire,-but any individual'voV'  te'r-whd cares lo appear in person,'  and tender evidcncethal wilLhclp-  thc commission -will be given cor-"  dial' hearing.   - -        .---..  BUSH FIRES RAGING  A force of seventeen men under  Deputy  Fire-Warden   Hawcs,  has  been   engaged   thc   past   week   in  fight ing^a=bush=fire-burning-in=the-=  neighborhood-of Hupel.    Camp 0,  AUGUST WINDOW DISPLAY  The regular monthly window display will be held in.lhe show windows of W. .1. Woods, Saturday afternoon, Aug.:'.1 Mb..-, Following is  Che prize list,"-though members are  invited to bring other varieties for  exhibition if Ihey desire to help-out  the show: Pol geraniums, best display; best collection of garden  flowers; best'hand bouquet (children's compelition); best collection  apples, 5 of a kind; best of pears  (five);best of plums (12); best general collection vegetables.  of Ihe Okanagan Sawmills, has been  threatened, Ihe fire being less than  a mile away, and Manager Stevens,  of thc mill company was personally  on Ihe ground. Fortunately there  has been no wind lo add to the  danger, and very little damage has  been done to lhe mill limits, the  worst of the fire being'confined to  Dominion   windfall   limber.  "Deputy Fire"Warden" Hughes has"  a force of men fighting two bush  fires in lhe neighborhood of Sugar  Laof mountain. ' The fires have  not got beyond control, and are  burning in scrub timber.  ot  KINDNESS APPRECIATED  Miss Davis, matron of the Enderby Cottage Hospital, desires to express her appreciation and thanks  lo the following friends for-contributions lo the hospital: Mr. and  Mrs. H. E. T. Forster, rubber sheet,  fruit and vegetables; Mrs. Keith,  fruit; Mrs. McPherson, plants; Mrs.  Warwick, fruit; Mrs. Reeves, vegetables and Mowers; Mr. A. V. Evans,  literature; Mr. Hartry, vegetables;  Miss Forster, fruit and vegetables.  The Misses Davis will be at home to  the public, at the Cottage Hospital,  on Friday, Aug. 1<1,   4 to 6 and 8 to 10.  LAND  REGISTRY  ACT  Re. Lot 2424, Osovoos Division  Yale District  ' Whereas, proof of loss of Certificate of Title No. 12I35F covering the  above-mentioned properly, ,and issued in'lhe name of Guy ."Lome  Williams has been filed in this  office, notice is hereby given  lhat I shall at the expiration of one  monlh from date of first publication  hereof, issue a duplicate of said  Certificate of Title, unless in lhe  meantime valid objections be made  to me in writing, and any person  or persons having possession of the  above said document is required lo  deliver lhe same lo'me forthwith.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C., this 20th dav of  July, A. D. 1014.  C.  II.  DUNLAP,  District Registrar.  <0R QUICK SALE���������������������������A 20-ft Gasoline Launch, 4 cyl., 4 cycle 12 h.  p. Buffalo engine; with canopy  top. Boat and engine in good  running order. Will-demonstrate  to buyer. Price $325, Kamloops.  Apply \Y. J. Ellis & Co., Kamloops >.Jf  -*l  under which civilization has been ������������������oin������������������r drnvino-  overy nation of Europe al the ot e.^s feo t do ������������������  it not seem reasonable to believe that oil of it iH  jy.ll come good, and that that i>oo wi 1 be the  firm de ernunalion of all peoples colli  ������������������   he   -  ^cii   oil   the lace ol   the earth.    This wc know  could never be (bought of so long as    ic mZ  nations have billions of money lied M������������������   ,, w-������������������������������������������������������  machines that they must make use o'   B,liJ  sonic great power wipe out of exh,len,'e .,1!   hese  JThursday, August   6, 1914  BANKoFivjoNTREAL  Establisheri ifil? ^*���������������������������  Capital, $16,000,000  (paid up)  Rest,  fl6.000.000  .;iotp(.|it   o :i rccoymlion of ils slioni power unci  ;'ToS^;;e���������������������������?''rr-lT"^1"uMuMi'������������������''i������������������������������������������������������ ������������������^  <-���������������������������   i-    ,H". V--.Meredith, Esq., President  Rp _ ,iretak William-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON,  ENG., NEW  YORK and  CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT-  Deposits received from ?1 upwards, aud interest allowed at cur���������������������������.      V  interest credited ,i0th  Juna an<l 8l8t ZZL "^ ^  ENDERBY BRANCH  A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  II is so easy to tell what the Empire should do  when one is several thousands of miles av/aa d  does nol know anything about the condition   pe-  THE ENDERBY PRESS    AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday at    ^^^IVT^^TZ    . Walker   Press.  Advertising Kates:   Transient.  ^T_nT^^   Ji^i^^or^^ Jjer ^ Subse  L,,,l Notices:   ]8b a ���������������������������     fl       , & ., ^ ^ SU^^~T;  J^^'HT^lices and Locals: J5ca |inu.  WAR AND WAR TALK  sd} abou   the \y.ir.   Business men", and all nconle  wishing   o maintain a steady atmosphere in  community, will be found talking Swi  Ior community interest instead oAvastingrs  sftil IVrM mi!l   lln,d- ,PUgCS  0i' ������������������������������������"������������������������������������ Sn" 1  1       c    b{, ,1C <������������������������������������iy Papers and telling  now (he war should be conducted  As wc cannot help it and cannot stop il, let us  settle down  lo business and make the most of  ^a  we have.     Canada will be called upon when  Hie Mother Country needs her help���������������������������if'she ever  will need il-aml Canada will respond.    But h  i tne meantime,   Canada���������������������������and   every   little   com  duty ft ]"ri!ltKl[N!'C(|l,irCS cvcry "lan l0 d������������������ his  ut> a  home; and the way to do that dutv, is to  stick at it every day as if war did not exist.  lhe advice given by J. P. Morgan, the Icadin"  financier ol the United States, while applying pa"-1  icularly to the financial interests of the n   qIi or-  m������������������ nation, has much in it applicable to everv '  muni  v <i      l-i c  I  ���������������������������-^.     ������������������n   .v.*1. ....        L..UJ  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Drop Siding,  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,   <--  Short Cord wood,  Green Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  Why not lay in your winter supply of Green Blocks now and  SAVE   MONEY  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. _,*,  Canada's Best Flour  AUGUST 6, 1914  WAR���������������������������AND AFTER  - Iflhe-prescnl European crisis leads to a "encr-il  one W������������������ hl-S T Smm ,'r0bt,hlc< i[ ^������������������ ������������������  one oi me   blackest- crimes   ever   forced mmn  - civilization  by  the absurd svslcnV.'lhai  wC ?u"  ubonnfi under, and yet, ouLoi" it all wil   coi  "  co lo ic oirn;-yet m so saying it js not ncces-.rv  o have lo argue lhat War"is S neceslarv^vil"   A  mm does nol have to go thronim hclf toWh  -hem���������������������������   though most men prefer to do so     T  age   hi war js a good (ning for society one  lv irn h  1C.h;!!nC.t0kcn fo,,ow "P thc clcclueliciV  ukhffl-ff   l *'h<������������������������������������������������������}: two or more individ-  ho.Id   o,TCrCCS ������������������   op,n,'on������������������ lhcsc differences  s ould be set led in a free street fight.     For one-  m.\o������������������s?mi0-|WT^'ilh a,,0,J,er nulion *������������������"'"���������������������������-  tempt to settle its diflerenccs bv force of arms is  "������������������i"T?  ������������������ US, ?,rc(,il l,,jm ror individuals  o sCi  t i eV h ,,t,!K' ,lci;e ,,OI,,n,d eadl ol,'<* "I" ^  ^(..ciKci lias lo go down.  *'' WT 0,1SI ^  ������������������ho������������������gh������������������s in connection  with  "eii die based upon the element of destruction  civiK JVCit,10l!ght JP'ds l0 ^������������������lrucliW ends   ���������������������������'  j  ciNJh/alion has been living a long lime in this ���������������������������'  ���������������������������HQsphere of destructive, thought"     Wc civ"l m"  'j������������������ Jons have found it easy tS spend WlHons of  on war preparations and machines of w.-r  come. KKher one nation must destroy another  I i lion, or be deslroycd.   That is what thcnal inn ;  If centu^,VC ^".r^ring to do ior the pa  I I    Iu-,       ���������������������������' "n(-ls il rci,sonable to suppose   hat  till these preparations are to lead to nothing  v:,VlT;XViJ,i,������������������.nc,c,l,y ,)Clorh asunder "bv the  a   demon.     l |00ksas if .hat day is .now'here.  Jl.-J   is not to-day ,1 will be to-morrow-it canno  inany billions in preparation for war, war must  o nv,n!!r .ih "alJv!" ,wHi -0niC ������������������Ul oJ"il ������������������ns������������������Uhocl  pon  thousands ol  men will go down; and the  csoine.     lhe hvesol   these thousands of men  i     have been .sacrificed upon  thc altar of the  aseless ambition  lor supremacy and power."  Ihich, uhen once attained, will crumble under  >e very touch of the hand that achicNes it  I J hese are the thoughts of most men  (o-dav.  ���������������������������hears them expressed on all sides, and vol. in  I men and billions ol value in machines of war  |<lo battle one against  the other���������������������������and all be-  use one crazy Servian student shot and killed  he crown prince and his wife.   None of the i,.,-1  ns-the   world  powm-of  Europe  desire   to  t mixed up m the squabble, but all seem lobe  fcwn .rresislibly into the liry furnace. This  Tows how weak is the system under which lhe  if,   u'0,,(,1!s operating.   A little quarrel be-  een  two oi   the small cock-pit nations of the  urns   cannot   be   scMlled    without    drawing  1^   any   I;ranee.     ussia.   Italy,   and   our  own  tat Britain  into  the squabble.       Under such  mmstances. with all Ihe civilized world stand-  oul against war. and yet to see the system!   -���������������������������*   *'������������������   ii  -������������������mi-ih-cuji(_   io  rvpTv  = community al this time:   ������������������U is essentiall   a t m >  I or lhc owners ol  American securities "to keep  ;!'cir beads.   Bear in mind that the actual proper?  ties represented by American securities wll^t  sutler greatly by a European war.    If.is id e to  ay thatAmenca will nol be hurt bv a General  European war and thc wholesale waste of^Yta  molycc in such a catastrophe, but Ibis would be ���������������������������  infinitesimal here compared with the Josses to t?  ������������������U!lrr  1������������������,,1?cdialcly  involved.    There is  .0  doubt  hat the whole American people will co-op  Crate.   In   rnc nrn   ,i������������������..,��������������������������� i    ��������������������������� i-7-    ���������������������������      ..       ���������������������������    :  ,tJ  9  crate  to restore  normal  conditions'lhroiioh6ul  this country at the earliest possible moment"  lherc is.every reason to believe that a general  bencf t the great wheat-growing industry of the  ^Northwest, and what directly benefits the whe-t  growers will benefit the .lumberman and lhc  'mil and vegetable men of thc Okanagan      It is  44,000,000 busheIs under 1913, and that there is  "apparent deficit of supplies in Germanv. while  volve    i>    h   r"Hll'lgary nil,d'olhcr nations in-i  vol\cd in lhe European trouble, is sure to cat uJ  i?omiJ i ,-914;v,lcal hlSh. Good wheal prices  Joi he prairie iarmcre must make an improved  market ior what British Columbia has to sell  After all, man cannot thrive oil' the land    Wc  ^ ^^f^������������������ Hrst principles, an(| mSof o\ir  woes will (hsa|)f)car.  s  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  For Bread and Pastry  'SFeWSi^^:  STEP IN THE PATH OF EMPIRE  A week or two ago in London a sten was taken  ^ong   he path of Empire.   For IhcXsl li.  c in  our rein ions wilh  the Mother Counlrv/     Ca  adian  Minister of lhc Crown, and Acting H ������������������'h  Ccmnmssioner lor Canada   represented the lio-  "   '������������������'' " ." conference ol the Committee of Impel i, I De once.    In other words, Canada's voice I  was heard lor (he first time in the Council which  adxiM.s on the foreign policy of the Empire    It1  marked the first step towards a rcalizalio    of' the  pohcy enunciated three years ago bv Sir Robe t  Laird Borden, when he said:   "H" Canada and II c  o her cl������������������m.n.o.,s of the Empire are lo lake their  ml as nations o this Empire in the defense of  He Empire as a whole, shall il be lhat we, contributing to that defence, shall have no Wee w!    -  Mi'.?!'ill I1" C0U.T.i,s of l,,,e EnsPi������������������-c? I do not thin.  that such would be a tolerable condition:'  oni the Garden to  the Table  KjnCEdwariHptdt.Z.3-. murphy  ____oprieto-_  J  A M E S  Enderby  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE  AGENCIES  REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC  Fruit  Und H.y Und  Town Loti  OWAT  ^clive^oo]& London & Globe I .is To '  1 he Phoenix Insurance Co. of London  f-->n. on-Lineuihire Fire Insurance Co  Royal rnsUr-nccCo..of Uver^ULto&t  The London & Lancashire Guarantee - -     -  Aecidont Co., of Canada.  BELL RLOCK.   ENDEKRY  ,J? will cost you just ot  third of a cent a pound  Butter wrannpH in ir/M,^-,---_. ,     '+.-���������������������������   ...  f  your  Indulge an  automobile appetite on  a' wheel-  m''!il\V| J1nlC(),lu'-;,n(l >'������������������" ���������������������������"���������������������������e on the wav to the  small debts court.  Butter wrapped in your own neatlv nWnt^n ������������������,.������������������������������������������������������    ������������������?Lil'  ment, if you order from-    Tn^ALKE^l^  TIME TABLE  uJ.m WC!n'1 fi,ul mmiy soft sl,ols in ������������������������������������s hard old  (I unless you carry a cushion for vour neighbor to sit upon. * ������������������  A      no v comes a Liberal paper, the Montreal  llciald-le egraph  and blames Sir Robert L. Borden w,th the world-wide financial depression. We  shall.next hear him blamed for the European war  -JI it comes.  Sneaking trade secrets and  Irving to throttle  Iio man who happens to be your competitor be-!  'on., lo Ihe dark ages of industrial competition. . '  1" oiled on Okanagan Branch ol  C P. H., from June 1, 1914:  Southbound  10.55 lv Sicamous  U--;(������������������ Man.  11. -10 Grind rod  ll.iVI Enderby  ^���������������������������2i) Aniislrong  12.2S Mosilm  ^���������������������������3������������������ I-arkin  13.05 Vernon-  13.25 ar.    Okanagan Ldg  No rlh bou n 11  ar. 17.00  Ki.lo  15.59  15. .4  15.15  15.07 j  M.55|  M.30I  1-1.15  ^OVER OS YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  rSl  ATENTS  lv,  I-l. W. BHODII.  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  .1X0 BUHXIIAM  [gent  Enderby  Trade Marks  DE3IGN3  n,^5Ione-'SG,'.<'l,n(r tt B,te,eh and doscnlnTloiimV-  nnlnkly ascerta u our opinion free whnti _? -T  ivoniion Is probnbly p, lomable   CnmJ, ,������������������.r.an  ^Si^K_-^^:rt_^--^������������������  , Sciewilfic jfmeriCiitt.  airnae!i^S3a year' "������������������������������������^ P4"a.d.l8r_-fd ft.  fflJWN&"Co.8etB������������������������������������������������������h������������������������������������; Hew York  ii-u.n oilleo. C25 V St.. \Vus_l".ton.D. C. w  I -  [1   ,/  q<v  Thursday, August   6, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Some Sound Observations on the  Question of Getting Back to the Land  Mr. George Bury, western manager of the Canadian  Pacific Railway, after an extended study and  lour of Western Canada, hands out  some sane and original philosophy  in an interview wilh the Saturday  Night  correspondent at Winnipeg.  \\i   his  opinion,  what  is  required  most just now is more intensified  farming   and   systematic  development of the prairies by those who  really   know   their   business���������������������������and  more mixed farming.    He believes  lhat too much attention has been  ttiven by the cities and towns to  industrialism,   and   too  little   consideration to the agricultural end,  when,   with   the   sparsely   settled  eor;n;ry, the industries would have  iliffi ulty making good if they were  t..siPolished.    In  the boosting era,  ���������������������������- .e n each city's ambition was to  ro'-ord a larger population than its  .;��������������������������� /al,   they   started   at   the wrong  end.    Mr.  Bury . adjudges that  no  city can prosper, even from an industrial point of view, unless it has  as consumers a  large  agricultural  ���������������������������population.  -"I wish to emphasize more than  ever my firm conviction," said Mr.  Uuited  States, as a solid business  proposition.  II is on other grounds than the  commercial, however, that the  parks   lay   claim   to   recognition.  in the argicultural districts that it  demands more manufactured goods' Chief of these is an aid to produ-  Ihan are now produced, we will not  have to go out looking for industries. They will come, and will j vitality for the race. As an anti-  locate in the centre of the district! dote to the ills of over-civilization  These great  natural  reserves are  reservoirs of  cing efficient citizens.  that offers  their goods,  be abortive.  the   best   market   for  All other efforts must  DOMINION NATIONAL PARKS  and thc complex life of modern  cities, they offer the opportunity  for life in the wilderness and the  best sort of re-creation where  fresh air, sunshine and beautiful  natural scenery are combined.   The  An unusual Government publica- problem of the preservation of the  tion has recently been issued by the vitality of the race is admitted by  ���������������������������Dominion Parks Branch of the De-all conservationists to-day to be the  partment of the Interior.    A copy, first of all conservation problems,  of the publication has been received at the ollice of the Press,  and has been much admired by all j each year  who have seen it. It consists of a; place  small souvenir booklet artistically  bound in duplex leather wild-grass  paper and tied with an olive-green  silk cord. The lettering is embossed in gold and a very unique  design   has  been   chosen   for   thc  and the value of parks, playgrounds  and   recreation  in   this  respect  is  being   given   a   larger  cover. The latter'is cut out so  as to form a sort of frame, and in  this is inset a spray of Canadian  heather from the Rocky Moun-.  tains Park, the purplish flowers of  Bury, in commenting on the indus-jthe heather against the wood-brown  trial and   financial   outlook,   "that background making a.very, attrac  tive color combination,  The purpose of the Department  in putting out such an attractive  until there is a better adjustment  of urban and rural population in  this country there will continue to  be a lack of adjustment of the  financial and commercial business.  By this I mean that cities and towns of-the Dominion, not only to the  must stop doing so much to at- attractions they offer to those who  tract people to the centres until are able to visit them, but also, to  they have more people on-the land. | their value in the national life.  Il is a?l right enough for the cities! Their "commercial potentialities are  to wish to grow, but.where in the j somewhat-startling. It is-pointed  world are we going to sustain them ;! out that owing to the incrasing  unless there is sufficient populatioh | modern taste for travel, striking  surrounding them?  Solve your problems  by Smoking "O K"  Tobaccoes   and   Cigarettes  Tobacco is going to solve the agricultural problem of the Okanagan;  it is going to cover the slopes with  a paying crop for the farmer, the  backbone of the country, that has  been ridden to nearly breaking  point. There are excellent reasons  why, over ;i pipe of the "O.K."  tobacco, the present conditions of  Sewing Machines  I am going out of the Sewing Machine business. I have TEN new machines and as many  more used machines, some of them as good as  new, that I am going to sell at prices that will -  startle you���������������������������for CASH. Terms will be given  to responsible parties at a slight advance over  cash prices.  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE    J. E. Crane, Prop.  I  ?  ."For five, years boards of trade  and city councils have been making  extensive  efforts  to  secure  indus  tries,   spending   time   and   money. placed-:  at - ������������������������������������150,000,000, , that   of  hiring experts- to advertise their  city; and? to: personally- lay before  prospective ..manufacturers- -the  ,i in any "merits of ., location, - cheap  power and :many" other>of the.'riat-  - iiral, advantages. I have no statistics  to show-'just -what** results* fcan* be  .traced "to these efforts, but-I do  know there are some disappointed  cities, and towns. Now that it ~is  pretty well established that there  .must be something besides attrac-  .' tive advertising to convince a manufacturer, that he should locate in  a particular place, why not get back  to first principles, and,make an en-,  deavor to 'gat   the   people   where-  every person who will acknowledge i  the truth knows they should be���������������������������on  ;  the land?   ������������������ " . j  "In  British  Columbia  there  are;  thousands of. acres of the best land  that was ever seen, with some clear-;,  ing   or   irrigation,   ready   for   the   '  plow and able to produce all kinds  of grain, grasses and garden products,   and   people   in   the   cities  =_studyJng-ho3V-.besLto_solyeJhe_prob-::  lem of the unemployed. When one  stops to think soberly, the whole j  thing is a travesty on common  sense. Why not make an organized j  of fori among the citizens to get this j  hn.l in such a shape that thousands j  <,i' men who want to may establish  i.omes; and thus be doing some-  iiiing to solve, not only the problem  m'lhe unemployed, but the problem  of living? This is an economic  question that this country must  sol.e. Why not start doing it now?  'One other of the troubles that,  I believe, is confronting us is that  we expect too much paternalism.  Every move that is made, or every  proposition that is put, carries with  it the jdea that the Government  must father it. Why not stop this  paternalism idea and try something  ourselves? Get up strong organizations that will deal each with its  own district and ask the cities to  devote as much energy to promoting the industry of the farm as they  attempted to do in promoting industries in the cities. When this  land of ours gets enough population  publication is to call the" attention I business should be carefully con-  of,Canadians-to the National Parks "dercd, and it is most important  that your district be forced ahead.  The success of.the<"0.'K" Tobacco  is your success. < Begin today by  smoking the ".O.K", if "not by itself,  then, blended   with  your   favorite  brand, which, you admit, burns the  tongue. V _    " ���������������������������   ���������������������������   ,  .Our Tobacco has been thoroughly  prepared,,does not burn the tongue,  is' the finest Tobacco in the world,  and is not at a prohibitive price be-  cause-a home product.   - ������������������--     .7-  ; -The "O.K'! Fine-Smoking 7 -  r-.TheV.O.K" Bird's Eye 7;Sj v:  - Thei "0:K" Cigarette Tobacco' -  scenery has become one of the most  valuable sources- of revenue a na:'  tion can possess. The tourist revenue  of  Switzerland   per  year  is  France,at $600,000,000, and that-of  Italy at. over $100,000,000. " The  sum. ywhich -Americans 7annually'  spehdy abroad i is- .estimated ~at the  enormous total -of"'^500^000,0007. It  would' appear, ^therefore, that -the  creation of national parks, which  are one/ of ��������������������������� the* best - means of -_ attracting and providing for tourist  travel, may weir be considered, as  it is now being considered in the  In--4-oz-tins'-, from^your -dealer at*  35c-per tin,jor,direct -from���������������������������'"���������������������������  >.   ,.  '   ;{{���������������������������     / 7.--.7 -->'������������������������������������������������������  j/McCi.bUNIE&:SONS,:,;y  Growers nnd Manufacturers *SS  '   ,.      ..fVERNONi/B.- C..V--h ->" _���������������������������  '"O.K" Cigarettes are Supreme  ��������������������������� 2 Packages for 10c, 5 for'25c  \A  fcs**_  7**. -j  ' if-ow  ,i&  IS_-*i_  yy  ;%  A..A-  <������������������&*  3  &  j^^s^^r  My  O.K. Barber Shop  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Everything   new   and   up-to-date.  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  ?*_������������������>*  <_-������������������*.  ??m$:  %  Build Concrete Barns  and Barnyards  VOU will find that they arc best  V   at first and cheapest in the end.  Concrete buildings cannot burn and many dol  lars are saved in lower insurance rates.   They  need practically no repairs and never need  painting.  Concrete barnyards make the best kind  of a feeding-floor and save many dollars in  feed bills, as your stock gets every particle  that you feed to them. j  Send for this free book." What the Farmer  Can do With Concrete." It shows just how  to build your own concrete barn, feeding-  floor or any other building that you may need.  Farmer's Information Bureaji  Canada Ccmtnt Conpaay Li-nittd  535 Herald Btuldinf, Montreal  0m  coorr  PROSTRATED  BY  HEAT  The prostrating heat of the past  week in the Easf has caused many  deaths. In Cleveland twelve babies were killed in one day, and in  Detroit four. In other cities there  were prostrations and deaths in  smaller proportions. In Chicago  eighty persons were adjuded insane  caused by the heat, and 51 cases  were disposed of.  ���������������������������   For a .complete" range of Stetson  hats, drop into Dill Bros.  Norman Grant  7 BUILDER ft"'  CONTRACTOR   :  Plans and estimates  Furnished     ; t  De*lsr in Windows, Doors,' Turnings,  ���������������������������nd all   factory   work.   Rubberoid?  Roofing, Screen Doors and Windows;',  GLASS.CUT TO ANY8HB!?'-.  , We represent 18. C. SMITH CO.f,V5-:  '-���������������������������-''-'-        'or Vernon     - , ," ^ ���������������������������.'/. .  Russell Street "   " Enderby.  OF CANADA     >>  The Task ol Financing  iwillbe willingly, shared. by-< the Is  ; Union Bank of Canada; If your  -needs.'are reasonable jand your  security satisfactory, we will  advance money to carry you over 7  the. time when there is nothing,  coming in. Call and talk things ;  over -frankly, with the Manager. '  EMy Branca.      J. W. GILLMAN, Hannjcr  THIS  '-'     :.- rf,m i s- -' ?-. -.-mri-it-.;\% tifrir  nt-flfl-EL- _WM&&������������������$M2~Si  l~$:.m  HOME  Swrinm,.  ANYONE  -/;-;--can ui-'?  ^_-_r..\,._ _A- r,J^  I-^rtW/  ^The Guaranteed "ON* PYf for,  All Kind* of Cloth. .  ' CImm, SlnpU, No Cbanc* of MUKkt*. TRT-X  IT I  S������������������nd for Fr������������������* Color Card and Uooklct.i-1  ITlMJ������������������IUMoa<IUcl>������������������rd������������������i>oCo.I_-_iM4.Mowt������������������������������������t'  v-S_sxS������������������i"-^".  .\������������������~  I Ci* ->* ^-'^ &** I  YFS^&lS&l  i^S-rir-  JJK.  Debts & Debtors  II we gave a merchant our custom  we have a  right to expect him to advertise���������������������������to tell us weekly  in the columns of The Press what he has for us.  Advertising is shop news, designed to inform us,  save us time, and bring to our attention desirable  merchandise.  Every retailer who is alive.to the interests of his. ____  customers has a message���������������������������often many messages      ~  ���������������������������for   his   customers   concerning   new   goods,  special offerings, and things that we ought to      '  will be attentive and responsive to these messages,  if they are delivered every week in the form of  advertisements in the weekly Press.   The way to  get more business is to ask for it.  A NOTE TO MERCHANTS  Would YOU buy much or regularly from firms  that never solicited your trade? ..Do you not  say���������������������������"The firm that wants my business must  come after it."  Yet some of you say, in effect, to your customers  ���������������������������"We're here.   If you want our goods, come and  get them, but don't expect us to go after you."  It's a poor rule that doesn't work both ways.  Shop where you are Invited to Shop  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year ^1  THE ENDERBY PRESS "AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August   6, 1914  .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������>  .���������������������������  4>  ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������>.  >  ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������.  ���������������������������-  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������>.-  >  '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ?0������������������><>(>000000000<X>0000000<>CK^^  0  o  o  o  o  o  0  o  o  .0-  0-  0  !>  0-  o  o  "<>  o-  7  0<  ������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������  27  ��������������������������� V    ,  O' .  :���������������������������&:.:  o"-  ���������������������������&������������������������������������������������������  .0 v.;  ���������������������������Of  -W-:  1  ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������>���������������������������  ���������������������������>  ���������������������������  X  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������-  ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  i  6  0  %  0  %  o  0  0  0  o  6  0  We're now in the Linotype  Class of Printers  *  \S7777s7^77Tw������������������mfa8������������������zw  THE XOWEST POSSI^EP^  hthat;glass;of^  yWearc^^n  classes of Commercial Job Printing, such as���������������������������r;  Loose Leaf Billheads n Duplicate Billing Forms  -Letterheads Envelopes  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards-���������������������������   Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  ���������������������������"-    ^Wedding Stationery    7  Stork Cards Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Financial Statements .    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BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  - People who fall short of doing  something are much like fine-  edged tools gradually becoming  rusty In a shop window. A piece  of iron or steel out of which  such tools may be made Is of  more value. It is-our duty to do  something to make the world a  little better and happier. Our  excellence should reach farther  than a gesture, or our manner of  dress or mode of carrying our-  c j I vos. Marcus Aurelius said:  ��������������������������� Understand that every man is  - .orth Just as much as the things  are worth about which he busies  himself." Measured by this standard some me" sn-! vcf������������������n art  only worth a g_>'-**������������������ ������������������������������������ ������������������*���������������������������* of  tennis, of arld-jp ���������������������������*'������������������" - ** '--#������������������ce,  a French novel, and su^h like.  What might we not all do if  we only reflected how a master  or mistress among their t servants, a workman among his associates, a mother among her  children, a sister among her  brothers, may be dropping  words, and radiating Influences,  of which there shall be no report till the last great disclosure shall bring out the "Well  done, good and faithful servant."  Great powers are useful only as  they are .made servicable to  mankind���������������������������the value of.a horse  depends upon his being well  broke. You-should, try to be  something worthier at the end  of each day than you were at,  -t the beginning. Dare as you have  never dared. Persevere as you  have never persevered. Gird  yourslf to be" a hunter of the  Good, the; True and the Beau-"  tiful: Get yourjmmortality now,  In the quality of your daily life.-  Nobody in Europe Wants War, but  , all Nations Being Drawn Into War  It now seems impossible to 'avert peace. To the last hour he has  a general European war, though the! worked for peace in Europe and he  positive action of Great Britain in j is still working for it.    Should all .. ..  grappling with the situation as she I his efforts prove vain, a.nd7shouldl^e_^  nas, may yet prove to Germany and i the sword be forced into our hands,  Austria-Hungary   the   hopelessness j we will take the field with a clear  "(Copyright. 1310. by W. G.'Chapman.)  FEET HEAVIER WHEN ASLEEP  Head . Is .. Lighter   and    Feet    Much  -Heavier on Awakening  You often hear a person complain  of -his head feeling "heavy" after a  long sleep. As a matter of fact, his  head is considerably lighter and his  legs and feet just'that much heavier  when he gets up than when, he went  to bed.-  Experiments have shown that if a  man goes to sleep on a,bed suspended ;  exactly "at middle point of his weight'  his head begins to tip slowly'up and  his feet go down. This is due to the  fact that when we sleep the blood  in the brain goes off to the other  parts of the body. The moment the  brain "wakes  to Jife__again_yit__draws  of continuing their agressive attitude. Italy has also refused lo  lake Ihe field with her allies, and  has sent word to Germany lhat as  this is a war of aggression, she will  nol join them. Russia and France  have taken lhc field against Germany, and the British Heel is in thc  North Sea ready to take a hand in  the fray wh.n needed. Nothing of  importance has come from the  Servian border since hostilities  began a week ago, though il is  known daily engagements arc taking place, between- the waring  states.  . Germany has declared war on  Russia, -and, though no official  declaration of war has been made'  against Fr-ince, ' actual .engagements.between German and French  troops have been1 reported.  Great Brituin's Position  The position of Great Britain as  defined by Premier Asquith in the  British Parliament, is that, while  she is not under formal.obligations  to go to the assistance of France in  secret process 'of.manufacture calls  for the use of certain .chemicals,  which, however, are not expensive,  for   the   finished   product   can   be  sold for less than good facing brick.  The owners of the process have  not decided whether to undertake  a large scale, or whether to sell the  manufacturing rights in the different  provinces. '  conscience  in  the knowledge  that  we  did   nol  seek  war.    Wc  shall  then  wage war for our existence,  and  for the national honor lo the i  last drop  of  our   blood.    In   this,  grave  hour  I   remind   vou  of  the | SIhIcs more than 1 per cent o  words of Prince Frederick Charles Population own automobiles, while  to   the   men   of   Bradenburg:   'Let  ''Made-over'' A utomobiies  Statistics show that in lhe United  the  your hearts beat for God, and your  fists on the enemy.'  King George Sends Message  London, Aug. 1.���������������������������King George, in  a final effort to prevent the outbreak of a general European war  and the meeting of millions of men  in armed,} conflict, today, at the  eleventh hour,' 'sent a despatch to  Emperor Nicholas of Russia, and  his message was understood to contain an ultimate appeal for the preservation of. peace. ��������������������������� His Majesty's  at the same time the factories are  turning out cars at the rate of  millions of dollars' worth every  year. What, then, becomes of all  the second-hand cars. This is a  question that is not hard to answer,  if one slops for a moment to analyse conditions. The higher-grade  cars are bought largely by men of  means, who can and do buy the  new models as they appear each  season. The "last season's" model  is turned in on the new purchase,  and a depreciation of about one-  half charged against it on . the  transfer.     These   "used"  cars   are  .  action was taken after an audience "made-over" and resold to shrewd  wilh Premier Asquith at 2 o'clock  ihis morning, when the war clouds  were blackest.  --.-.      Rival Naval Strength '-  ...'the-event  of. war  developing  n.  buyers, who are not so particular  as to model, but who seek only to  get real value for the money put,  into a car.       '    .       \  Vancouver's Exhibition  the .event of a European .war, the between the, nations of the Triple  British Government has made full Entente and those of the Triple Al-  prcparations in  both  services  for liune'e;   approximately ,2,000 .war!  whatever may happen. .Her ^position is that Russia, France and Ser-  via are arrayed on one side against Triple  Entente:  Great Britain has  Austrio-Hungary  and' Germany- on''in all .593 built, with. 100 more in.  the other.    How "longrthe warfare  will be confined to these powers it  is impossible to foretell; nor.can it-  be. foretold  whether Belgium  and  the building, consisting-of 13 su-  pcr-'drcadnaughts^ifrid -17 building,  16 dreadnaughts/qtrier battleships,  48, armored'cruisers, 34;;cruisers,  Hollona  will  be  able  to maintain j 72; destroyers,,21.5';.,torpedo, boats;  their neutrality, and whether Great. H8; submarines.; ,77: _-..France, has  ��������������������������� With three big exhibits from the  Dominion Government, and a half-  vessels of .all classes would be in-: (,Dzen from *hc Provincial Govern-  volvcd" in   the   struggle.."   -In the mcnl in course ol Preparation the  -  - ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������  '  - directors and  management of the  Vancouver Exhibition Association  are predicting a. great big success  for thc fifth annual fair which will  be opened this, year on-September  3rd and continued to September 12,  when all the many features of the  big fair.^will have been' completed.  v������������������>-  Another factor ..which as. yet has  "not been given much-consideration,  is thealtitude of Turkey,'which', if  she has sufficiently, recovered from  the effects of her late war with  Italy and her neighbors, may, be  able to throw considerable weight  into the balance. It is generally  understood lhat Germany has an  effective, understanding with Turkey which may lead to. interesting  developments.  Germany's Position  Berlin, Aug. 1.���������������������������An official communication published today in thc  North German Gazette, says thc  Russian Emperor on July 29, telegraphed Emperor William urgently requesting him to help in avert-1  cruisers; 84'destroyers; .324-rtor-  pedo-boats; and-/^submarines; qo.2-  in all. - Russia'I'hasr-four,-! supe'r-  drcadnaugh/s,.jan^^7^'dreadnaughts  building;l 13y ���������������������������oth,er_j .battleships;.; (5  a r in o redy - cr ii i se r s;;,: 8 ^;c ru i se. r s ;V51)  destroyers';. 42 Itprpedo-b6'als;Vjand  31 submarines.../-^total/of 1,304; ~ ^  In the TriDle-Ailianc:c', Germany  has 3 super-dreadnaughts" building;  17 dreadnaughts. in commission;  30 other battleships; 1) armored  cruisers; 37 cruisers; 141. destroyers; 47 torpedo-boats; and 27 submarines; a total of 308. Austria  has 2 dreadnaughts;;14 other battleships; 3 armored cruisers; 5 cruisers; 18 d-stroyers";- r63 torpedo.-  boats; and 8 submarines; in all, 113.  Italy has 4 dreadnaughts; 11 other  battleships; 10 armored cruisers; 13  the blood bac_;. i  Another of the curious facts brought  to light by the scientists who are fond  of trying to solve the mystery of sleep  is that when one is fast asleep some  part of his brain or several parts of  it may at the same time be awake.  A man may walk, talk, sing or solve  mathematical problems, and yet at  the same time be safely tn the land  of Nod. !  It" seems hard or impossible to de-'  cide what part of the brain really j  does sleep. Our sense of time, fori  instance, is stronger when we sleep  than when we are awake. Experiments conducted some years ago on  a number of men and women between  the ages of twenty and thirty showed  that 60 per cent, of them were able  to wake up in the morning at any  liir������������������6 they had decided upon the night  before. As some one has aptly expressed it, the resolve seems to wind  up something in the subconscious  brain, and when the hour has arrived  this something gives in some mysterious way the alarm and the eyelids  open. Another curious fact about  sleep is that the further the part rf  the body is away from the brain the  less soundly it sleeps. A touch of  the toe will awaken one muuch more  readily than a touch on the should r  Dead beats are said to like sponge  cake best.  ing the misfortune of a European j cruisers; 32 destroyers; 97 torpedo-  war and to try to restrain his ally, j boats; 18 submarines; a total of 185.  Austria-Hungary, from going loo j The combined total of the Triple  far. Emperor William replied that j Alliance navy is 006 against thc  he would willingly take up the task J 1^04 of lhc Tripjc Entente, 324 of  n f-iffcll i a toV^ntl^ctroi-d i ngl y~d i p 1 o^al^T! aTt eTljc i nfiorpctl o^fioa t s7  malic action was initiated in  Vienna. While this was in progress  tlie news lhal Russia was mobilizing reached Berlin and Emperor  William telegraphed to the Emperor of Russia that his role as mediator was being endangered, if not  made impossible.  The communication-adds that a  decision was lo have been taken today in regard lo the mediation proposals in which Great Britain had  joined Germany, but thai meanwhile Russia had ordered lhe full  mobilization of her forces. Upon  this'Emperor. William addressed a  last telegram to Emperor Nicholas,  emphatically declaring that his own  responsibility for thc German empire had forced him to.take defensive measures.  Uuder the same date a message  from Berlin gives the following  stirring speech made by the German Imperial Chancellor: At this  serious hour l want to give expression lo your feelings for ��������������������������� your  fatherland. You have come to the  house of Bismarck, who wilh Emperor William the Great and Field  Marshall Von Moltke, welded the  German empire for us. Wc wished  to go on living in peace in the empire which we have developed in 44  years of ���������������������������peaceful labor. The whole  work of Emperor William has been  'devoted    lo    the    maintenance   of  Powder  The National Drug Co.'s  latest and best Talcum  Powder. Something that  should be in every home,  ���������������������������and in every lady's camp  bag. Prevents sun-burn,  and keeps the skin soft and  unchapped.  Homeseekers Should  Come to Enderby  BECAUSE it is one of the healthiest spots on earth, only two children and no adults having died of  disease in the last eight years.  BECAUSE, when you arrive, the  Board of Trade will take you in hand  and make you feel at home and see  that you are satisfactorily settled.  BECAUSE you will find here all the -  advantages and beauties of a magnificent river, ever   green hills, grassy  meadows and cool, delightful valleys.  BECAUSE if you prefer a home-site'  on the hills,   in   groves of birch and  alder,  cedar    and   pine,   overlooking  the river and valleys, you will find it  here most ideally located.  BECAUSE we have the purest of  water piped to every home from a  sparkling mountain stream, a perfect  system of electric lighting, and an  abundant supply of wood.  BECAUSE, if you   are a person of  means, and wish to make a home for  yourself   on   the   banks of the soft- '  flowing Spallumcheen,    you will' find  good   roads   already   leading to the  '.  %iX������������������,' and all the materials necessary    -  to build close at hand.  BECAUSE you will fin'd here all-the  advantages   to    be   found any place  else in the    Valley,   and none of the 7  disadvantages. .    ������������������������������������������������������    ,  BECAUSE there is work to be had .        '���������������������������.'  by anyone looking for it, in the mills,       '':  in the   lumber- camps,   on the farm,--   .   S  in the    lumber   yards, - in the brick'    *>- "';.  yards, in the   building trades or,the .'7'-''  orchards. .   -    -  <v        i-a  ��������������������������������������������� * S* i  BECAUSE' fruits, hay,'vegetables* ~ "7;  and.grain grow to /perfection,,here "''���������������������������'/-  without irrigation.     ���������������������������        /'. '    S.   ~7\->f^  BECAUSE Enderby has never':b'een :7'7"'\'  boomed, therefore you can buy. at *77'7  reasonable- prices and - be sure -> of"'' '"V,.  doubling your money. . - . / 1 7?7'".';''  /BECAUSE this District has a'cli-7 7?il  mate second to none; tot too wet-'ori^-v'-vS-,  too dry; splendid - growing,' _u tamers,v'5\.fr v,1^!*!  and glorious healthful winters, -.'^"i ^.^'T^ttl  .BECAUSE^>you   ->ill find" tfo,'re__-J.\_$.SkaJr  ,.������������������'--      i :- ' ���������������������������-    *��������������������������� ".������������������������������������������������������ -At-',  .--^y.1 ?���������������������������*_���������������������������_���������������������������������������������-?'-���������������������������:  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  CliCSt. Enderby  CONOTOLITE BRICKS  Two Vernon men, Robert Conn  and O. H. Shultz, have successfully  worked out a formula, after five  years of study and experimenting,  for lhe manufacture of brick, floor  tiling, etc., on a., commercial basis  which will reduce the cost of this  quality of material to about one-  half the cost of similar material  under Ihe old order of manufacture  Conolplitc is the name they have  given their finished product, and  a patent has been obtained in  Canada, and other patents arc pending in the United States and other  foreign countries. The manufacture of Conotolile on a large scale  is conlemplalcd at an early date.  Conotolite has inany qualities  which may make it a formidable  rival  of brick  in  the-markets.    It  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������       i  can be made glazed or unglazed,  and is espcci'illy adapted to use for  flooring, wall tiling, and. for facing  brick.  No machinery is required for the  manufacture, save a mixing box  and  moulds,  for the brick  do not  have lo be either pressed or baked, and safe bakery business in En-  but are ready for use 2-1 hours after j derby. Don't you think it is worth  making, though they harden con- somelhing to lhe town to have an  sidcrably with age. They can be j establishment of this kind ? Then  made al any place where sand is lo j do your pari to encourage such an  be found in sufficient quantity. The j enterprise.  in Enderby yd, unci don'I expect lo, but wc hope lo, slrikc  belter times soon. 7That's why  folks arc painting lhe outside  ���������������������������of-their stores and houses this  season���������������������������that, and the special  low prices wc are giving on all  kinds ot* outside painting work.  C.G.PIPER     City Decorator  People of Enderby  When you buy bread buy the  best, and make sure that it is made  in Enderby, and made by a while  man.. Joe I.oerllinger is trying to  build    up  a  permanent,  well-kept  -SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING flE-IMI.NS .  Coal mining rights of the Dominion  in Manitoba,    Saskatchewan and Al->  .berta,    the    Yukon     Territory,    tht.  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of Britiuh Columbia,  may be leased, for a term of twenty-.^  one years at an. annual rental of |1'  an acre.     Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.   .  Application    for   a   lease must be  made by the    applicant in person to  tbe Agent   or1 sub-Agent of tbe district in which rights applied for are -  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  be described by" sections, or legal  sub-diviBions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by tht appli-  cant-himselfr-  .   .- ���������������������������--������������������������������������������������������  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for ure  not available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid 'on the merchantable output of the mine at the ,  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity ot  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty"thereai!.- It the coal'minlng  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 nocessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or SuU-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized,   publication    of  his advertisement    will  not be paid  for.  ii.-  John Johnson  SALMON ARM,  B.  C.  Box 644 Phone 6H  Licenced   Auctioneer.     Sales attended to promptly.     Terms on applica-  ion, or through the Walker Press.  Motlo     for     the  "Watch and spray."  poullryman THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 6, 1914  ������������������������������������������������������H������������������****������������������W********'^  A.  V  *  *���������������������������  *���������������������������  *���������������������������  *  V  *-  *  *  4-  *-  *���������������������������  4  i:  t.  t  5'  *���������������������������  4  4-  1'  Do your Buying  at Enderby's  Big Cash Store  Our Regular Prices  BAKING   POWDER���������������������������Coldvke,  lb....    25c  ���������������������������Egg-O, lb        20c  ���������������������������Schillings   Best.    35c  -Magic lb       20c  ���������������������������Dr.'Price's, lb..    40c  TEA���������������������������Puritv, lb       45c  ������������������   ���������������������������Goldsworth   lb        45c  "    ���������������������������Tetley's, lb       45c  "   ���������������������������Hidgwav's,  lb        45c  ������������������   ���������������������������Victoria Cross, lb       40c  "   ���������������������������Nabob, lb     40c  COFFEE���������������������������Hidgway's, lb     50c  ���������������������������Barringloh Hall, lb     50c  "       ���������������������������Empress, lb       45c  "       ���������������������������Golden Gate, lb       55c  ���������������������������Nabob, lb  . ...:     45=-  "       ���������������������������Schillings, lb      55c  BULK COFFEE���������������������������English Breakfast, lb    25c  PICKLES���������������������������Baird's Onion, btl     30c.  ���������������������������White Star, Mixed, btl  ..    30c  ���������������������������Blue Label Ketchup, btl ..    30c  ���������������������������Heinz's Ketchup, btl       30c  ���������������������������Heinz' Sour Mixed, gal....  1.20  ���������������������������Olives, btl 15c, 25c, and 40c  JELLY POWDER. 3 for     25c  COCOA���������������������������Lowney's, tin,  7..30c & 15c  "     ���������������������������De Jong's, tin      50c  "     ���������������������������Fry's, 3 pkgs for     25c  Cowan's & Baker's Chocolate     45c  Strawberries, tin     25c  Raspberries,   tin        25c  .   Niagara Brand Cherries, tin  ...:....    30c  Peaches and Pears, small tins     20c  large  tins     30c  Apricots, tin        30c  Pears, gal. tins      70c  Apricots,  gal.  tins       /70c  Blueberries, gal. tins      70c  Apples, gal. tins     45c.  Lvle's  Svrup,  2-lb.  tin        20c  Edwardsburg, 2-lb tin  7 ......    20c  Edwardsburg, 4-lb tin        40c  Lyslc's, 4-lb tin  ..     40c  Marmalade,   4-lb   tin         65c  Marmalade, 7-lb tin  1.05  MAPLE SYRUP���������������������������Pride of Canada, at   60c      u  "    ���������������������������2 qt tin..   1.15  Molasses    :*     20c  White Wine or Malt Vinegar     20c  C. & B. Vinegar     25c  Crisco    -.     35c  Lard, 3-lb tin ..;         60c  Lard, 5-lb tin     90c  Lard, 10-lb tin      1.75  JAMS���������������������������Climax  Mixture        70c  "   ���������������������������Empress Pure       95c  Herring in Tomato Sauce. .20c tin, 3 for 50c  OYSTERS���������������������������Blue Point, small  tin....    25c  " ���������������������������Cove        15c  Clams, 15c tin, 2 for  .-     25c  Shrimps, 20c tin, 2 for       35c  Lobster,   tin       ...    35c  SALMON���������������������������Sovereign  Brand        25c  ���������������������������small tins, 2 for     25c  Best Sardines, 2 for     25c  Clark's  Roast Beef        30c  Clark's Roast Mutton      25c  Corned Beef, %-Ib tin     25c.  Corned Beef, Mb tin  45c  Hamburger Steak       25c  Lunch  Tongue        50c  Heinz' Pork & Beans in Tomato Sauce  V_-Ib tin       15c  Heinz' Plain Pork & Beans, 2-lb tin..    30c  Libby's Pork & Beans     15c   Van damn's Soup      15c  ~"    Canrpbell's^Soups.... rv. v.~.t.~.~. .',-.'. - 15c   Bird Seed, 2 pkgs for      25c  Icing, any llavor,2 for     25c  Bovril, 2 ozs.  .. .'     45c  Johnson's Fluid Beef, Mb     1.00  Heinz Prepared Mustard      15c  Coleman's Mustard, Vi-lb tin      15c  ������������������       ���������������������������i/o-lb tin        30c  Baking Soda    ,     10c  Cream  Tartar     25c  All Spices except Nutmeg & Mace ....    10c  ���������������������������:_Nulmt'{j_. .j.........     20c  Mace 7 . 7 S. S..: .7T7Tr;7rrrrrrrr77T���������������������������15c   -    -  2-lb box Christie's Graham Wafers...    45c  2-lb box Christie's Sodas   ......     35c  3-lb box Christie's Sodas     45c.  Nalional  Sodas       30c  Corn   Flakes        10o  Post Toasties     10c  Quaker  Oals     35c  Sugar, 20-lb sack       1.20  100-lbs Sugar     5.95  Corn   Starch     10c  Laundry Starch      10c  Dutch Cleanser      10c  Gillctt's Lye      10c  Corn, 2 cans for     25c  Tomatoes,   tin     15c  Fairy Soap, 3 cakes for      25c  Royal Crown Soap, 6 bars for     25;-.  While Swan Soap, 6 bars for     25c  SI. Charles' Cream, 2 for     25c  Pony   Matches        20c  Macaroni, Mb packets, 2 for      25c  Lemons,  per  do/.     40c  Oranges, per doz     40c  Sir Edward Grey Makes Clear the  Irrevocable Policy of Great Britain  ?  ?  V  ?  V  V  x  *  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  V  s  ���������������������������  4  %  y  4  y  y  y  !  4  Y  4  4  y  y  y  4  v  4  Y  y  y  y  _  W. J. WOODS, Enderby  y  y  ?  ..  Y  4  >444v444444444444444444444444<.44^44444444444^  Anywny, lhis European war has  pul a slop to lhe Ulster tangle, and  the  Villa  bubble.  The man who is always "loaded"  .seldom hits Ihe bull's eye when he  goes off.  (irea I Br i lain was never known  lo lake a mean advantage of an  enemy in war, bul, as in lhe present  case, she has always been found  ready lo accept a challenge when  lhe enemy puts up his "dukes."  London, Aug. 3.���������������������������Sir Edward  Grey told thc House of Commons  lhat he had "given France the assurance that if the German lleet  came into the English channel or  through thc North .Sea to undertake  hostile operations against the  French, coast or shipping, the British lleet would give all the protection in its power."  Sir Edward Grey said he understood the German Parliament  would be prepared, "if we can  pledge our. nutralily, to agree that  its fleet would not attack the northern coast of France."  He declared lhal this was too  narrow a promise.  Explaining the failure to secure  peace, Sir Edward said that it was  not possible lo secure the peace of  Europe because there has been little  time, and furthermore, there was a  disposition in some quarters to  force matters rapidly io an issue.  Towards the close of his speech,  Sir Edward said: "We must be  prepared and we are prepared to  face the consequences of using all  our strength at any moment, we  know not how soon, in order to defend ourselves."  Mr. Andrew Bonar Law, leader of  the Opposition, warmly supported  the Government, ' and referred,  amid cheers, to the pledges of support received, from the British Dominions.   .  Wild cheering from all parts of  the House greeted Mr. John Redmond, the National leader, when he  assured the Government thai every  soldier in Ireland might be withdrawn tomorrow and the coast of  Ireland would be defended against  invasion by her armed sons, the  Catholics of , the South and the  Protestants of Ulster.  James Ramsay..Macdonald, Socialist and Labor, member, declared he  was-iiot persuaded that Great Britain was in danger, nor her honor  involved. He was convinced she  should have remained neutral..  Dealing with- the question of  Great Britain's obligations, Sir Edward said: "Up to yesterday we  had given no promise of more than  diplomatic support. I was asked  at the time of the Algeciras crisis if  we would give armed support and  I said I could promise nothing to  any foreign power unless it received the whole-hearted support of  public opinion.  "I gave no'promise, but I told  both thc French and German ambassadors lhat if war was forced on  France, public opinion in the British Isles would rally to France." [  Sir Edward Grey announced in  the House of Commons that a telegram from the King of Ihe Belgians  made a supreme appeal to Great  Britain to safeguard the integrity of  Belgium.- _.-  ._    Sir Edward Grey, in a second  statement in the House of Commons  after Ihe conference of ministers in  regard to the German ultimatum to  Belgium, said: "The British Government is taking into grave consideration lhe information received, and "I; will make no further  comment."  This part of theT speech was rer  ccived wilh loud cheering.  The foreign secretary stated lhat  the British lleet had been mobilized  and Ihe mobilization of the British  army was taking place, put that no  engagement had yet been made by  the British Government to send an  expedition abroad. He continued:  "The French lleet is in the Mediterranean, and the northern coast  of France is defenseless. If a  foreign lleet engaged in war against  France should come down and battle against those defenseless coasts,  we could not stand aside.  "We felt strongly that France was  entitled lo know at once whether,  in thc event of an attack on her unprotected coasts, she could rely on  our support.  "I gave the information lo the  French ambassador that if German  fleet goes into the English channel  or inlo the North Sea to attack  French shipping or thc French  coast, the British lleet will give all  the protection in its power. The  answer is subject to the approval of  Parliament. It is not a declaration  of war."  "When mobilization began I telegraphed to both the French and  German governments, asking whether thoy would respect Belgian  neutrality. France replied that she  was prepared to do so unless another power violated that neutrality.  "The German foreign secretary  replied that he could not possibly  give a response before consulting  the Imperial chancellor nnd Ihe  German Emperoi. He intimated  lhat he doubled whether it was  possible to give an answer, because  the answer would disclose German  plans.  "We were sounded last week as to  whether, if Belgian neutrality were  restored after the war, it. would  pacify us, and we replied that we  could not barter our interests or our  obligations."  CITY OF.ENDERBY  R eb at e o n T axes  NOTICE is hereby given that the  period within which rebate ordis-  count is allowed on City taxes has  ���������������������������been extended, and that the usual  reduction, as shown on tax notices,  will be given on all taxes for the  current year paid on or before the  31st day of August, 1914.  By Order of the Council.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, City Clerk.  City Hall, July 30th, 1911.  C. SQUAD. 30thB.C.H..  Squadron orders by Major Hen-  niker: C. Squad, will parade for  drill at the Drill Hall every Monday  and Thursday at 8 p.m. until further notice, commencing Thursday  next, Aug. 6lh, 1914.  E. C. J. L. HENNIKER, Major  O.C.C. Squad. 30th B.C.H.  WANT ADS  ADVERTISEMENTS under this head  3c a word first insertion, lc s word  each subsequent insertion.  HAY PRESSING ��������������������������� Having purchased Chas. Hoover's gasoline  baleing outfit, am prepared to  handle any size crop, by the ton.  For particulars apply, H. Halliday  Armstrong, B.C.  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ -I  ���������������������������     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������hi   -.������������������ ���������������������������_-_���������������������������._��������������������������� i ���������������������������- ��������������������������� i ���������������������������  MRS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Cliff street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies* tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work prompt'y  executed.  SECRET SOCIETIES  Don't Experiment  With Cheap Cars  Are you one of the hundreds of  automobile owners who at the end  of each season is disappointed in  ' the purchase on which you  hoped  to   conomize?,.,.,., .  If so, we have welcome mws for  you and all others who have .experimented with tha cheap . cars,  made mostly to sell.  Every year at this time we dispose of all traded-in-cars that have  come to us in part payment on  late model -Wintons. ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������_  .  In many cases the speedometer-.  show' that the cars have bean run  but from 5.000 to 10.000 miles.  while their life it from 100.000 to  150.000 miles. After thoroughly  overhauling the only thing .worn ;  down is the price.' '_.���������������������������; .  Rarely more than half.is allowed by us when taking a car' on  a trade deal of this kind. W������������������ arc  Belling; these cara for ftjuat what  they cost us, making-our profit  from the new car.  Right NOW is the time to make  a wise selection, as our list is complete and contains ill some great  values, many of themltine six cylinder self-starting cars. Our list  is now ready and will be sent anywhere upon request.  Car Co.  Spokane,Wash-  bu_v-j^     .i..*iu._unn-_9!aBVK____S  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40.  Regular me^tyngs first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows. Hall. Viflft'mg  brethren cordially invited.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  ��������������������������� Secretary  I. 0.0. F.  Eureka Lodge, No. B0  Meat's every Tuesday" evening at 8 o'clock, Jn I. O.,  O. F. hall, Metcalf blo-k.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. JAS. MARTIN. N. G.  C. PARKINSON. V. G.  R. E. WHEELER. Sec'y,  J. B. GAYLORD. Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No.'35, K.of P.  ��������������������������� Meets every Monday, evening :  in K. of P. Hall.'- Visitors cor-  '  dially invited .to attend.  T. H. CALDER, C. C.7  -    J. WARWICK. K.R.S.  . R..J. COLTART. M.F..   -\  Hall suitable--.Concerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc.. address,  . R. N. BAILEY. Enderby-  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  ' Money to Loan  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B.C.  D  R. H. W. KEITH,  J. S. JOHNSTONE  .Cements  Contractor  Building Block  Cement Brick  Laivn Vases  Gravt Stone*  Cemetery Supplies  ENDERBY,   B.   C.  Office hours:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  Evening, 6:30 to 7:."W> t  Sunday, by appointment"  Office: Cor. Cliff and George Sts. ENDERBY  Q^ L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  . Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block      Enderby, B.C.  C. W. Bovett  PLUMBING, HEATING, TIN-  SMITHING & REPAIRING  Estimates furnished.  At Murrin Hardware Slore,  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-ted  and selected by our own buyers Iron  the richest'feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, 8  can give you the best pric������������������ possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  E VERY BOB Y'S    DOING   IT!  DOING WHAT?  Getting their Suits cleaned and  pressed at  A. E. WESTS, The Enderby Tailor  Monthly Contract! a Specialty  Orderstaken  For the famous Pittsburg Fence.  Also Building and Painting.  J.A.Miller, Enderby  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables J  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv  ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Coramo-!  dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  ���������������������������   Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  ���������������������������A


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