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 fl*  Enderby, B.C., August 20, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 25; Whole No. 337  ENDERBY,NEWS IN BRIEF  Mra. A. E; West returned from fie-  gina on Saturday.  Jack Newby and Ed. Thorn left  for Seattle Tuesday.  Harry Taylor was a passenger on  the northbound Tuesday afternoon.  Provincial Constable Oland has  ������������������ resigned his position to go to the  front.  Ben. Buchholz left Tuesday on  a visit to his parents in New "Westminster;  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williamson  and son left for Everett, Wash., on  Tuesday.  Miss Bartley, of Seattle, Wash.,is  visiting her sister, Mrs. Bush, for  the summer months.  Parish of-Enderby: 11th Sunday  after Trinity: Matins at Mara, 10.30;  Evensong, Grindrod, 3.00; Evensong, Enderby, 7.30.  Owing to the war, the Canadian  Forestry Convention, which was to  have been held at Halifax, Sept. 1-4,  has been indefinitely postponed.  Wm. Smith, who. has spent the  past month or more at the camping  chalet of Mr", and Mrs. Johnston,,Ma-  7 bel:Lake,.will return to Nelson'to-  \. day.' y   .     . r  A. Reeves has a most complete  ���������������������������" line of school books,'pencils, scrib-  'blers,.;jetc',--in : readiness >for .the  opening  of  school,  next  Monday,  . Aug.\24th.\��������������������������� .        -���������������������������;-.- -vy    v~7-  ^.-.,-Ratepayers.- who -have;, not,;yet  , taken, advantagei- of 7the '^extended*  time for tax discount,vwill have to  pay up within the next' week; if  they are to receive the benefit of the  discount. -Aug. 31st is the final day.  . "Meothdist Church services: Sun-  dav school at 10 a.m.; morning service at 11 will consist of illustrated  sermon to thc young people, entitled "A Clean Heart." Subject for  the evening service at 7.39 will be,  "The Collapse of Civilization." Service at Bennet school at 2 p.m.    '  Fully 75 men have been engaged  in fighting the forest fires in the  Mabel Lake Valley the past week.  The wind storm-of a few days ago  fanned the fires out of all bounds  and for a time threatened the whole  district. The fires are pretty well  in control again.  The combined Sunday schools of  Enderby held a picnic in the Poison  grove, on thc. river bank, yesterday,  and all present enjoyed a delightful  afternoon. Tanks of ice cream was  served, and all Enderby automobile  __o_wn er_s__t u r_ned Jo_.a nd-carried-the  children to the grounds and back.  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fortune are  this week enjoying the visit of their  pioneer friends, Mr. and Mrs. Mc-  Lcod, of Edmonton.    Mr. McLeod  Curtain Drawn on European Carnage  was stationed at Edmonton by the  Hudson Bay Company many years  ago, and has seen the development  of that splendid cily from its very  inception.  J. V. Mills, who for the past two  vears has been- accountant in thc  Bank of Montreal here, left for  Nelson on Tuesday, to which place  he has been promoted in the capacity of accountant. A number of  Mr. Mills friends gathered at the  King Edward Monday evening and  tendered him a supper.  The saws were stopped for thc  season by the Okanagan Saw Mills  last Saturday. The planes arc still  running. The early shut-down this  season is largely on account of the  war, but not entirely. The low  water in the river and continued  dry spell has made the handling of  the logs more difficult for the past  month.  We learn this week that the home  coming of Mrs. Robson has had to  be postponed for a fortnight or  more. It was found on her arrival  at Vancouver, by the physicians under whose care she has been, that  lhe broken arm had not been properly set at the shoulder, and the  operation had to be undergone a  second time.  The movement of troops, general  engagements, and the reverses and  victories on the fighting ground of  Europe have been as a closed book  the past week. The censorship has  become more strict than ever, and  anything that has leaked through  one day has been discounted the  next.   <  The only thing that may be absolutely depended upon, is that the  greatest battle in the world's history  is now on, and has been waged for  the" past week, the outcome of  wihch will have a tremendous influence upon the final outcome of  the waiy The conditions' under  which this great battle between the  Germans and the allied forces of  Britain, France, Belgium and Russia  are being fought were made the subject of an otlicial communication  issued by the French Minister of  War a few days ago, in which he  says this vast<engagemcnt will differ  profoundly from the battles of  other times. ~  "By reason of the abandonment  of the" attack which the- Germans  planned, against Nancy," says .the  communication, "our'.concentration  has been" carried outwith-regularity.  and- in 'its> entirety, 'and ^thus 4he"  whole of the French army" will bat:"  tie with,the whole;;of' the-^ermari'  forces, with the* exception-"of those'  German troops-concentrated^ on.the  eastern.frontier of the Empire:-';-- 7  . "The violation of the neutrality of  Belgium has ."extended the Belgian  and French lines to,the frontier of,  Holland. The battle now in progress -will be from - Basle to" Maastricht, with several millions of men  on .'each side. '- - - ,  ' "It is this enormous extension of  effectiveness _and of front which  will characterize the battle, and. it  will rbe profoundly different from  all other battles.  ' '-'When two adversaries engage in  battle along a front of from 20 to 30  kilometres, the engagement is characterized by two -. features���������������������������it is  rapid and immediately decisive.  With the front extending.over 400  kilometres (266 miles) it is not likely to be the same.  "It would appear impossible, from  all the evidence, that one,of the adversaries would be able to gain a  decisive advantage upon this front  of 400 kilometres. The operations  -sHnext-to-__orkBs.nlyumm-hwofthes-  along so great a line would have  varying-fortunes. We will have an  advantage at several points. The  Germans will have an advantage at  other points, and the line of battle  will continue to be modified until  one of the adversaries succeeds by  co-ordination of movements and  mass of effort in gaining some point  the superiority of which will dislodge the adverse front and mark  the end of the first,battle.  "It is the great fleet standing on  guard which is making its influence  felt "from one end of the world to  the other. British' cruisers' now  swarm in every sea. There are  converted merchantmen as well as  ships of the navy. .gainst these,  the few cruisers of the Germans  have proved of no more avail than  penny steamboats.  "It is unlikely that they have a  single prize in all the seas of the  world. If they have, they must  have sunk them, for. they cannot  spare prize crews from their small  complements, . nor are there any  ports to which-- they could take  them  Canada's militia department has purchased several war aeroplanes'* of the  newest type. . ' ��������������������������� , "_  Sir Robert Borden gave.notice- io*  Parliament yesterday that the war ap-'  propriation will be $50,000,000, to be  raised by loan.  French troops are reported to  have been victorious in a two-day  engagement at Nancy.  Russian mobilization was completed this week, and in all the engagements that the Russians have-  had with the German and Austrian  troops the Russians have more than  held their own.  -,  Lord Kitchener announces that  any newspaper publishing any news  "No  more  ignominous  fate  has as to any, naval or military move-  overtaken belligerent warships than : nient, except authorized by the mil  that which is now ascertained to  have overtaken" the Goeben and her  consort, the Breslau. They have  passed to the Turks and are under  command of a British admiral. The  crews.will go. heme, it is said, by  way'of Roumania.  "We need not. worry about the  kind of-international law involved  itary authorities will be-suspended.  Provincial Government of B. C.  is considering a plan to give 100,000  boxes of apples to the war department. -    . ,    -  All the forts at Liege are reported  to be standing intact. ...    :7  '    President .Wilson   has" formally  disapproved of a.loan being raised  Caranza President of Mexico  Caranza, leader of the Constitutional forces of Mexico, has been  made provisional president, all factions concurring.  In the Strength of Silence  There has been no official word  issued the past week as to the movements of the British fleet. Since  Sunday there has been no events  recorded in the North Sea. The  London Observer's naval correspondent gives an Jnkling of the  policy pursued by the fleet when  he says:  "The ever-tightening constriction  ot7the python's coils do not yield  dramatic incidents, though , thc  struggles of its victims may and  probably will. For it is not to be  believed that the young German  navy will resign itself to inactivity  or that sooner or later it will not  strike with all its force. Be that as  it may, a .very real thing has already  happened. So tight is the grip  of our squadrons upon the German  coast that the North Sea is again in  use as a high road of commerce.  The Danes are sending us supplies  and British shipping is passing to  and fro between our ports and those  of Scandinavia.  "The brutal policy of scattering  contact mines in the path of peaceful shipping has had no other effect  than  to  deepen  the condemnation  government ,Jmus05-5therwise-.h"a ye  concealed,"that-thepride.of-the Ger-;  man', navy ��������������������������� was not* allowed, to put  iipa fight, but was ,first chased .-into  theDardanelles and thehTsold."   -  Earl Kitchener's' Word to'-His Men  The British'expeditionary forces  landed.in Belgium.and France now  numbers between .120,000.and 150,-  000 men, twicc\the number sent by  Britain to assist her^ allies in the  battle against Napoleon, -99 years  ago. It.is intimated that most-of  these troops 'are^ somewhere in the  neighborhood " of the field of thc  battle of-Waterloo.   ���������������������������-, - ,  Every man of the British expeditionary force carries in his knapsack a little pamphlet signed by  Earl Kitchener, containing 200  words of sound,, soldierly advice.  The field marshal tells them to fear  God and honor the King and their  country, to remember that they will  be fighting on the soil of a friendly  nation, to abstain from liquor and  looting, and to be more than com  teous to women.  so long as we,;make sure that .the tin the United.States for, aiiy^of.the  crews go. When they get home they." warring states77: '-v. " :y ,,"-l.f 7-7  will  spread :the2jiews;-which" the     Shipping between Canada'and the  Mother, Country has. been ^resumed  on "a normal basis. ",}? .- "7t:S / ?-���������������������������������������������.  7 A battle raged over 15 rhiles^ of  front south "of Namur. Monday- and  it" is' claimed; in. a Paris-despatch  ���������������������������that^he^FrencH^troops^were^yic'*  torious. > -'-��������������������������� '.. S 7S;?7-.-'' V''/'', "t!5������������������  A Brussels report claims another  .victory for. the Belgians inaMieayy";  engagement between Diest," and,  Hasseli, in which 3000 Germans are  said to have,been killed. -    '  Japan has sent ah. ultimatum to  Germany demanding the evacuation  by the,latter of the German naval  base Kain Chou, in China. Follow?;  ing this ultimatum from Japan; the  Chinese government has, declared  its intention to retake Kian Chou  and has sent troops thither with  this objeel in view.  A Constantinople report says the  Turkish army is now fully mobilized and will take the field with  Bulgaria against Greece.  French losses are reported to be  very heavy ih battle between Namur  and   Dinant  on  Monday owing to  jheavy artillery fire of Germans.  The British cruiser Newcastle has  crossed   the   Pacific   to   assist^ the^  -R a i n tfa w~"i h~"d ea I i ng^wi t tr***! he~Ger^  man cruiser Leipsig. *  Russia has demanded of Turkey  permission to take her Black Sea  lleet through the Dardanelles to cooperate in the Mediterranean with  the British and French fleets.  Canadian war parliament convened at Ottawa on Tuesday. Only  war business is to be put through,  and prorougalion will lake place on  Saturday.      _     . _   German forces are reported to be  retreating from Alsace with the victorious French forces following  them up.  -.Forty-eight German trains carrying Austrian'troops-en route, to Baden passed Lake Constance on Tuesday, so says a Berlin report.  Crown Prince of Germany is reported to have been seriously  wounded at Aix la Chappellc, and  the German Emperor and other  princes, are said to have hurried  thither.  A wireless message from Digby  Island station says the G. T..-P.  steamer plying between Vancouver  and Prince Rupert, is wrecked on  Butterworlh Rock, in Brown Passage, with 175 troopers on board  in.command of Lt.-Col. McSpadden,  of Vancouver.  B.C. HORSE MOVES  . Enderby took on some of the  military spirit the past week when  the local company of B. C. Horse  mobilized and were encamped in  the Drill Hall. The marching ot'  the soldier boys about the streets  in pairs and .squads lent a touch of  war to conditions, though of a most  peaceful nature.  During the week the number "of  recruits signed on more than met  requirements, and the last few days  of the troop's stay in Enderby saw  12 of those signing on weeded out:  Several of those-who had, to,,be  'dropped out felt the'disappoint-;  ment keenly, and some of them de-.,  clare they will still make an effort;  to get to the front. ,' = 7 - " ~:SZ  The stay,of the boys.in Enderby-;  was < mark*. Uliy daily drills-and a.  skirmish or two in. the*, cvenings.l  Then there.were gatherings-.at'thc ".���������������������������  Drill Hall on two evenings when''  the Enderby band volunteered---a '-  few hours' music for-dancing.' At '  these gatherings Enderby .^ladies-  were -prominent, in., all"' matters- ,  giving pleasure to the7troopers and 7V., "-"J^f*I  oflicers. ; .- '%.:"'*-_���������������������������:"';,:-' s SS-'iS^S-'sril  7~:Monday..- evening /orders... were .^"-i-i^l  given7 for the troop to .moveyto;Ver-" ;W^?|M  non" the "followingymorning';-'w^^  they .will. be."given^omV'troop^mVl*'^^^!  ._  ���������������������������     ������������������l ��������������������������� "        _i���������������������������     -       ���������������������������'..--'..���������������������������..*>-*     ������������������.._i;-*^7"- ~ v������������������~'7._���������������������������  ,---  -77le^--7n0^s-Il/_\s\ytf0e=-O=/-_.s^  A message from King George to  the expeditionary force was read  out to each regiment as it left its  port of departure under sealed orders.   It was as follows:  "You are leaving home to fight  for the safety and honor of my empire. Belgium, whose country we  are pledged to defend, has been attacked, and France is about to be  invaded by. the same powerful .foe.  "I have implicit confidence in you  my soldiers. Duly is your watchword, and I know your duty will be  nobly done. I shall follow your  every movement with the deepest  interest and shall mark with eager  satisfaction your daily progress.  Indeed, your welfare will never be  absent from my thoughts.  "I pray to God to bless and guard  you and to bring you back victorious."  WAR BULLETINS  Severe fighting is reported around  Antwerp and Brussels.  An official report from Paris states  that Belgian troops are retreating from  Liege toward Antwerp.  Belgium has asked intervention  of neutral powers; claiming that  Germans have'violated the Hague  and Venice constitutions in having  killed wounded, abused white flag,  killed civilians and seized private  and public funds.  It is reported that Lord Kitchener  has given it as his opinion that the  war will last 18 months.  Seventy-three German and 12  Austrian merchantmen have been  seized by Russia.  Col. Sam Hughes announces that  British Columbia will be represen   which the civilized nations passed  Austrian army is advancing along,on German disregard for the rights ted in the contingent to cross the  banks of the Vistula river. (of nations. Atlantic.  7?Q. M. S.7 F7H.'Barnes  7'S.'S:-M.,=H. Logan  "   Sergeant E. Waby, --  "   *      "      *J. N. Grant .   <-  "*���������������������������     "-   " T. Rdbison      7  Wm. Hatcher.  G. Green  F. A..S.S., Jas. Martin  Corporal,'A. Glen -  "       Gorle  Lance-Corporal, J. Mowat  Trooper M. Dunwoodie "  A. E. Dysart  F. White  E. McEwen   -  "-       Arnold Bogert  "     ' Currie  " ..Bucknell  " " P. Ruttan  " -    A. Jones  O.  Ruttan  P. Mowat  "       Root ham  T. Ashton   " A^Hallnack  "       P. Grassick  F. R. Kenney  W. Funk  A. High  "        D. Mongoskev  F. J. Dysart  "        I. Swallow  J. Russell    .  T. Robisou  J. Lough  Pacy  "        Peacock  " "   J. II.-Strickland"  "       Zcttcrgreen  A. Butler  Geo. Little  R. Dixon  Baisley  W. Kenyon  A. E. Robertson  F. G. Diamond  II. D. Fravel  Trumpeter, E. Wheeler  Expert Piano Tuning  * ,1  PRETTY WEDDING  A very pretty wedding took place  at the residence of Mr. Jas. Airth  on Thursday, the 13th August, when  his daughter, Bessie, was married  to Mr. Franklin R. Kenney. The  bride was supported by Miss Annie  Airth, and the groom by Mr. Chas.  Dickson. Thc cercmonv was performed by Rev. .1. W. Hedley, M. A.  B. D. Mr. Kenney being a member  of the B. C. Horse, left on Tuesday  with the troop for Vernon.  Alvin E. Perkins, of Vancouver,  Professional Piano and Organ  Tuner, with highest possible recommendations from Hcintzman & Co.,  Gourlay Piano Co., Morris & Kahn  Co., Dominion Pianos Co., New-  combe & Co., Gerhard Hcintzman  Piano House, Vancouver. With 2������������������S  years experience this guarantees the  finest workmanship. Tuning a  piano is nol a trilling piece of work  if you have regard for your piano  and lasting satisfaction. Wc positively recommend thc best experienced men only: Hcintzman & Co.  Mr.' Perkins will be in Enderby at  an early dale. Leave your orders  with J. E. Crane.  English Consul from Trislc has  made the statement that many English have been imprisoned and badly treated in Austria since war began. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 20, 1914  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.  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion; Sc a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Netices and Locals: 15c a line.  AUGUST 20, 1914  CONSERVATION IS THE AVORD  While there is no need for.alarm, there is every  reason Tor strict economy in the handling of pub-  lic'and private business at this time of stress and  uncertainty. We must recognize condilions and  realize what this war may mean. Every conserving influence must be brought to bear upon our  cvery-day community life, By looking conditions  squarely in the lace and adopting measures to  meet them unflinchingly, wc shall the sooner  overcome the iirsL alarming features ol' war I fibula lions. Every man must do his besl to meet his  obligations. Il is no time to make use of lhc war  scare as an excuse Cor the non-fulfillment of an  obligation. We must quietly put our house in  order and stand steady.   '  WAR BULLETINS  Owing to the strict censorship of all news from  lhc front, it is next lo impossible for the newspapers to get through any reliable information as  to what is transpiring at the scene of Napoleon's  Waterloo, where the greatest battle in the world's  history is now being fought, with Britain, France,  Belgium and Russia blocking the advance of  the"German troops through Belgium and Antwerp. Beading between thc lines of thc meagre  dispatches received, it is very clear thai the  most stupendous conflict the world has or may  ever see is being waged, the outcome of which  can hardly be known for many days. Seven  million men arc said to be facing each other in  lhc line of bailie extending some 250 miles. It is  nol reasonable lo expect that this vasl army will  be vanquished in a few day's fighting. There are  sure to, be victories and reverses for cither side,  and the sacrifice of human life on bolh sides will  be beyond comprehension. The outcome of lhis  great "conflict will have a most important bearing  upon the war. If the allies win against thc German army and drive the invaders back upon German soil, thc ultimate early victory of the allies  is assured. On thc oilier hand, if the Uhlans are  even partially successful and succeed in pushing  inlo Antwerp and Brussels, they will make Belgium untenable for lhc allied armies, and Ihcy  will be pushed back inlo France. This will mean  prolonging thc war for months and maybe years,  and at tremendous cost in human life and money.  With all these powers operating against Germany, il is impossible to conceive how she can  hopc'lo win. But the fortune of war is most uncertain, and we must be prepared lo hear of reverses as well as victories. That the ultimate  victory will be on the side of thc allies as it was in  thc days of Napoleon when thc Prussians were  fighting with Britain against France, there can  scarcely be a question of cloubl.  The daily bulletins tell only of thc Germans  killed in battle. Todav it is 3,000; tomorrow 6,000,  and the next day 100,000, and then about thc  fourth day will come a summary showing the  total Germans killed since hostilities began to be  15,000. At no lime is there any mention made of  lhc casualties on lhc other side. And yet wc all  do realize lhat there cannot be a loss on one side  without a similar loss on thc other. And it is this  realization lhal wrings thc heart.  Every foot of soil taken from the enemy by the  allied forces will have to be paid for in thc lives  of brave men, and every victory won will be won  over the bodies of Britons at lhe front doing battle  I'oiv.lhe Empire.  Get a piece of land and raise pigs.   .  MANY WARM TIES  NORTHERN OKANAGAN DISTRICT  Elsewhere in this issue of lhe Press will be  found the call for a meeting of all persons in teres led in thc mailer of redistribution. The call is  signed by Mayor Barnes, of Enderby, and lhc  meeting Is lo be held in thc City Mall, Enderby,  on lhe afternoon of Saturday, Aug. 22ud. Thc  meeting is for lhc purpose of gelling together  representatives from every seclion of thc northern Okanagan and Salmon Arm districts to dis-  ' cTFss Tlltff ut������������������^^  Loral District and giving to thc northern end of  the Valley a representative in the Provincial  Legislature.  Al lhe meeting of the Redistribution Commission at Enderby lasl week, the importance of  making such a division was pointed oul to the  commissioners, Justice MacDonald and Justice  Morrison, who urged those present lo collect such  .dala as would assist Ihcm in arriving al some  definite conclusion as to thc need of the district in  lhis respect. In the meeting of the commission  al Vernon, Armstrong and Salmon Arm lhe question was taken up in much the same way and the  division of the district urged along similar lines  lo the suggestions made at Enderby.  If those" to whom notices of the meeting have  been sent personally will respond next Saturday  afternoon, it will be an easy matter lo make oul  a strong ease in support of the proposed change,  and there is no reason lo doubt lhal lhe demand  of lhe Northern Okanagan will be agreed to by  tlie commissioners.  The conditions obtaining in the proposed new  district are almosL identical, in the matter of  natural requirements, resources, and development. They are quite different to the conditions  obtaining in the southern end of the Okanagan.  It is felt by the people of Salmon Arm district  lhal they are loo far away from Kamloops_ to be  properly eared for from that end, and a similar  feeling has long existed in this seclion that the  Northern Okaniigan. Mabel Lake, Mara, Salmon  River. Deep Creek, stand in the same position in  their relation lo the Okanagan seat of government. These districts are developing fast, and  il is felt lhal, in the matter of population, produce  and general dcvelpmenl, these various sections  deserve recognition from Lhe government along  the lines suggested.  It is to be regretted lhal here and there arc lo  be found people who arc thoughtless enough lo  pass disparaging remarks in the presence of, arid  by inuendo make life disagreeable for, German  residents who happen lo be making their home in  lhis country. Before the break between Great  Britain and the German empire, these people were  recognized as some of our most worthy citizens."  industrious, persevering and kind, they have won  thc friendship of all who have come in contact  wilh them. II is pleasing to note, what thc feeling  in London is toward these same people. A London  dispatch says:  "Englishmen arc beginning to substitute the  word "Prussian" for the word German in discussing thc war. It is the Prussian spirit, dominated  by lhc Kaiser, Crown Prince and military caslc,  which has made the mischief, nol lhc German  people, whose music, literature, science, philosophy- ;md home-loving _nualilics..havc.._established  " .���������������������������   ���������������������������       ���������������������������, i    T-i . ,,i:���������������������������i,.-, ������������������  BANKoFMONTREAL  J Established 1817  Capital,-$16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest,  $16,0.0,000  H. ��������������������������� V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT   ������������������  Deposits received from $1 upwards, aud interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th June and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Drop Siding,  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $3.00 per load  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NOW  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  From the Garden to  the Table  When in doubt don't cook. These warm summer Sundays  can be made a deal more enjoyable if you take dinner* at  the hotel. We have our. own fruit orchards, vegetable  gardens, poultry yard and dairy, and our. tables are supplied with the freshest & best.. "Al quality" is our motto.  King Edward Hotel, kgJF���������������������������*  Enderby  JAMES   MOWAT  Fire, Life, Accident  INSURANCE AGENCIES  SOFT & HARD COAL  R. L. STOCKER  The Liverpool & London & Globe Ins. Co.  The Phoenix Insurance Co. of London.  London-LiincnLihire Fire Insurance Co.  Royallnsurar.eeCo.,of Liverpool (Life dept  The London & Lancashire Guarantee  Accident Co., of Canada.  BELL BLOCK.   ENDERBY  many warm tics wilh Englishmen.  "War is hell." And what is hell? Hell, we  are told in lhc Good Book, is that state ol" torment  imposed by a jus I and loving God upon his children as a penalty for sins Ihcy have committed.  In other words/hell is the logical outcome of  evil thought and evil actions. It is what always  follows in the wake of wrong and wreckage.  THE RULERS OF EUROPE  All who are interested in knowing the relationship between the sovereigns of Europe, cannot do  heller Hum noting Lhe following, which is laken  from the Victoria Colonist: "King George and the  Kaiser are first cousins, thc former's father and  lhe killer's mother having been brother and sister. King George and lhe Czar arc also first  cousins, their molhers being sislcrs. The Kaiser  and lhe Czar arc nol related, although there is a  connection by marriage between their families.  There may be a remote connection between thc  Mouse of Hapsburg and the Hohenzollcrns and  Romanoffs, bul, practically,-lhc Emperor of Austria is nol related lo lhc sovereigns of Great Britain, Russia or Germany. King Charles of Rou-  mania belongs to a branch of the Hohcnzollern  family. King Peler of Servia is not connected  wilh other European royalties, at least, by no  means closely; King Ferdinand of Bulgaria is remotely connected with the royal houses of England imd Germany and is a member of thc French  House of Bourbon; the King of Greece is a cousin  bolh of King George and lhe Czar."  Indulge an automobile appetite on a wheelbarrow income, and you are on the way to the  small debts court.  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound y._rave  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-   THE WALKER PRESS  Subscribe Now to  The Vancouver  Daily Province  and receive the latest, ��������������������������� most ��������������������������� complete and most  reliable published in British Columbia  Rates: $3 per year; 25c per month  I   Daily Province, Vancouver, B. G  7n /  0  Thursday, August 20, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  CLEANS -DISINFECTS M  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Lite  By tho Philosopher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  Money cannot buy the greatest enjoyments. Those who have  the best health and most wholesome tastes get the most from  things;  and he who would   enjoy, life would' look to his capacity quite as much  as to something with which to fill his capacity.    The man who has the  greatest soul    gets    the    most  pleasure out of life.   A man will  get out of his money no more  than he is.    He is himself  the  limit of his fortune; and,   however much he has or spends, he  can get nothing above what ho  can    appreciate.    When   a  rich  man has a poor soul, he is impotent to use his money. Unless  his capacity equals his purse, his  fortune  is  mostly  wasted,  and  might as well belong to others.  He lives most   richly who  has  the greatest capacity to enjoy,  and enjoys to his full capacity;  and every man should see that he  is in condition to use money, as  well as that he gets money   to  use.    Many of us are grumblers,,  but few of us use to the full the  resources of happiness that ar.  available.    Happiness*   depends  upon the treatment of what we  have, and not of what we have  not.   Neglecting this in useles.  longings after what we have not,  like the dog In the fable, we lose  the substance   while    following  the shadow.   Happiness is made  and not found. r It comes from  within, and not from * withnv*.-  (Copyright, 1910; by W. G. Chapman.)  Fruit  Salts  The most healthful of all sum-  mer drinks. Cooling and ap-  petizing; dispels all disorders  of the stomach; makes one  forget the languid feeling of  these hot summer days.  A. REEVES  Druggist & Stationer  Cliff St. Enderby  Book  your orders  for  Fall Painting  ���������������������������-'  LOWEST  PRICES  BEST WORK  CCPIPER     City Decorator  People of Enderby  ���������������������������When you buy bread buy the  best, and make sure that it is made  in Enderby, and made by a while  man. Joe Doerflinger is trying to  build up a permanent, well-kept  and safe bakery business in Enderby. Don't you think it is worth  something to the town to have an  establishment of this kind ? Then  do your part to encourage such an  enterprise.  Timely Warning* War Cry to Canada  Is Canada at war ?  Or arc wc acting in a pantomime ?  In Europe, where lhc stern realities of warfare  arc understood, where lessons have heen learned  through bitter experience and disaster, il is expressly declared to be a treasonable offence to  publish any information regarding thc movements of troops, ships etc., which would give thc  enemy an advantage. Thc very fact that press  censorship exists and is so rigidly enforced proves  how important it is thai information regarding  war movement should not be published. Infor-  malion published in France during ���������������������������the Franco-  German war was used lo great advantage by the  Germans. And, yet, in this, the most terrible of  all wars in lhc world's history, in which thc very  existence of bur Empire is threatened, we Canadians are doing our utmost lo handicap our  cause through, shall I call it, thoughtlessness and  inexperience. '   .  First of all, let our people rccognic thc grave  danger lo which wc are one and all exposed���������������������������  "warfare is hell"���������������������������and we are in it.i Hell for the  men who light, and worse than hell for the women and children who suffer untold misery. Orphans, widows and mothers mourning for those5  who will never return is but a shadow on the  screen compared with the privations millions will  be undergoing within a few weeks���������������������������not only on  the field, but in their homes. Realise this, then  read on: ' . ~  Indiscretions of Publicity  Since war has been declared'we have satisfied  the public curiosity for news by publishing every  'though you may have overlooked thc facl, that  those troops to reach Quebec and Pctawawa, will  have to travel in trains which musl pass over  scores of wooden'trestle bridges and dozens of  iron ones. Then I just have to set fire to a few  wooden bridges and dynamite some of thc most  important iron ones, and, well���������������������������there won't be a  a concentration, al any rate, not for a while, perhaps I wo months; a mere detail.  What arc wc doing to protect them ? Each  bridge over 100 feet in length, should have an  armed sentry on duty protecting il day and nighl.  Wc arc al war, people ! Not playing baseball.  A writer in thc Toronto Globe makes these observations and Ihcn he concludes: "Every member  of a race hostile to us should be forced immediately to register, and a passport should be issued  to him without which he dared nol leave his residence. Our foes should not be permitted to travel  without authority, and they should report immediately on arrival at their destination; must be  indoors at dusk. Anyone disobeying these orders  to be court-martialed and shot as a spy. Thc  Germans arc killing men in broad daylight without asking a question. And yet wc arc allowing  these, our foes, to roam at large, enjoy the same5  facilities and rights ,of citizenship as ourselves,  seek and procure all the information they can at  thc Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, and elsewhere, for  use against "us and our .allies.  "What can they do with it ? Children, wakc;  up ! You are a nation at war���������������������������stern, real war���������������������������  where husbands, sons and brothers will soon be  bleeding on the battlefield. Has it struck anyone  in authority that the hostile vessels off bur coasts  detail of contemplated troop movements, fortifi-Ure being supplied with every detail, not by wire-  cation and naval preparations. .This indiscretion  regarding our domestic preparations might be  excusable but for thc fact that Imperial issues  have also been jeopardized. .  ;  Take for instance-just headlines from, a newspaper bearing today's date: "Cruisers,to seize  steamer." Here information is deliberately published regarding the whereabouts of, the cruiser  Essex, and the mission she and thc Canadian government ships are on. . "  "Mines for N. S. Ports." , .Then follows an extract description of what is going to^be-cloric in  the mining line.  . ��������������������������� '' .     "     ~ ���������������������������''���������������������������".,*- '  "Canada Buys;;Two'* New. Destroyers." ., Sir  Robert Borden made" the important. announcc-  n-cnt, etc. Yesterday, thel enemy thought, us *-dc-  fcnsclcss.Tdday he knows we possess two destroyers, andr this "important'.'. announcement ylias  given him the advantage, and':placed our, own .lit;  tic navy;-at a disadvantaged,Thosetwolittle'  destroyers'might have ere long; rendered uncxpec-  tcdyand surprisingly efficient service had* secrecy  beeri observed. " '"     ^        ."'':'"  Japan'regrets, and so do I, that Germany knows  as well today as we do, where the Japanese fleet  is and-what Japan intends to do.   j; v '���������������������������.  "Cruiser Niob'ejs to bemanned at once."  "Militia Moving in N. S." Yes; and.where they  arc going and what to do. ..     .    ,  "Footstuffs Short, in England," Prices soaring  ���������������������������Four Months' Supply-on-Hand���������������������������Admiralty send  Fast Cruiser. Over to Protect Canadian Coast-  Battle off Margate���������������������������Heavy Cannonading Heard  at Margate; and last but not least, Slept in Uniform���������������������������-Buglers Ready to Sound Assembly.-  ���������������������������  Were it not so serious a matter I could laugh  less. The heliograph is silent arid more efficient  Don't yo'u think*.that once they receive it it is  flashed from ship to ship by wireless to its destination, or does it merely help to flavor that German toast al dinner: "To the Day."  ;* "In.this* war game,- this huge scientific game of  chess, where every pawn has its value, the capacity of every British officer is studied to a nicety���������������������������  his history-and qualifications known. II must  feel good for our enemies to-know just where so  valuable a soldier as H. R. II: thc Duke of Con-  naiightis.and Avill be; also. Lord Kitchener, anda  fe\y.others.; The tactics'they use in warfare, have  been sludicdyon the battlefield, and at .manoeuvres  to' a-"point such,as. one boxer studicsythe:assault;  and[^-defense: of ;his -"opponent, y Tlie mariyyvyho'  knows;ppsscsscs^the_ advantage, yRemember,*: ailr  tlie^iicw^  that comes through expert spies. '��������������������������� And-wc-.will, be  iliterally xrariimingit-dowii the GcnnimyEnii������������������e%  or'sjlliroat, helping his.generals to slaughter/,our  kith'and-'kin; and destroy our freedom.- Fearing  no openly hostile army of occupation, we are care-,  less. 'But though .wc may'not be "up against-it,"  let.us remember those who are."     ,  INDICTMENT OF CIVILIZATION  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 takeJ 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 homc_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,    ydu  will find  good   roads   already   leading to ,the -  site,"and all the materials necessary -  to build close at hand-.   - -    .;'        -  BECAUSE you will find here all the "*���������������������������  advantages -to    be   found any place  else in "the   Valley,   and none of.-the  disadvantages. '** '      '   ,7  -   .*    -a ��������������������������� '?  -  *  ���������������������������   BECAUSE there is-work to be had -  by ^anyone looking for it, in the mills;  in the"lumber   camps,   on the farm, ~  in. the    lumber   yards,    in the ,brick* y  yards, ���������������������������in the   building- tradesror the-  orchards.     * ' -.    ��������������������������� . - .    " 7- . '"~S -t -.,  BECAUSE fruits, hay, vegetable's'';  and grain grow , to perfection" LtereYC  without irrigation."    ?,--  ' -'.'��������������������������� '7'i:-;-r7'  BECAUSE Enderby has /never, been ^  boomed, therefore you caiiybuylat &  reasonable - prices ^ and - be ? sure'^'of '-���������������������������  doubling-your money."   "  -- 7S-: -S-S-7.  BECAUSE; this .District,, has.a-cii-;-  r __l  *-n.T.  .'���������������������������.?.**  ��������������������������� I*"/- >S  s-sm  mate second-to-none;-tot.too wetJor*7^H'-->7s3  too; dry;   splendid.-, growing; Summers ^Sh^zM.  i   ������������������������������������������������������    ���������������������������   -     ,r  "r'r��������������������������� ~t*   ". ��������������������������� *irs!>���������������������������*''*? -.. ?_'"j-"*j3:"?V-__  and^glpriouVh'ealthful?rwi^  -''Pll  BECAUSE/5y6u^:vill  find ,the -TehS^St&.tSA.  :t\*5^&*%  In yienna there is-a doddering old man, the offspring of a tainted house, who sits on.lhc throne  of,the dual empire.       ..,--*  In St. Petersburg there isa weak, well-meaning  neurotic who by the.accident of birth .happens to  be tlie Czar of All the Russias.  "In Berlin'there is a brilliant, talented, ambitious manipulator of politics who is German En)'-  hcartily at the naive simplicity which publishes  the fact that code books have.been issued, where, , ,..,-���������������������������       ,. .>��������������������������� ,   ������������������- ,.i  they arc kept, by whom, and how one travelled .pcror by. grace of the genius ot Bismarck, Moltkc  unguarded at dead of night through Toronto's !anl[..10011' ., ,   ., .   ���������������������������   ,.    .  streets.  Did thc amiable reporter in his anxiety to I    Of these three men,, only thc one inr Berlin has  make copv recognize the fact that if one of these more than mediocre abilities; yet   he Ihrcc arc  __- ^___���������������������������___  "dmitir~ritjwwdrb���������������������������^^  enemy it would mean disaster: our navy, army I men, wilh property worth thousands ol millions  and empire would be at the mercy of the enemy'01 dollars, with lhc commenw and industry and  until such time as a fresh set could be issued to prosperity and laws and institutions not merely  all ships, regiments and every branch of .he1?1 empires and kingdoms bul ol continents. It is  service j lei I to them to determine whether the world is lo  Hark!    I hear thc qucrry: "But where is the'witness the most deadly and devastating war of  enemy?"   Fcllow-coiinlrymcn, right here in your a,U,    ������������������!T ...    ,      .-,.      ...    .        ... .,  - -       - -  -    J        -   & .   ���������������������������.     -      x]ic (]ung WOuld be laughable, ridiculous, il it  . SYNOPSIS OF.COHl MINING RKMONS\':,J  *. *       '"        i^-,'-,'-- ���������������������������>  Coal mining rights, of the Dominion  1d_ Manitoba,    Saskatchewan -and.'-ll-'  berta,    the    Yukon     Territory",   'thf  Northwest Territories and a portion',  of the province of. British Columbia", -  may be leased for a term of*twenty-'  one years at an   annual rental of;"|l _  an acre.     Not more than 2,560 acre-  will be leased to one applicant..-   y   -���������������������������  Application    for   a   lease must;be   ���������������������������  made by the   applicant in person to '  the Agent   or    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 un-" _  midst; thousands of them arc here���������������������������men trained  from .'birth, born -of- generations of soldiers'  awakened at dawn by thc trumpet's call reveille:  lulled to sleep by thc blas"t of bugles sunding lhc  Last Post; as children their chief joy, their delight  was to watch soldiers drill, the soldiers march;  lhc jingle of harness and Irani]) of cavalry horses  have been ingrained and are part of themselves  till the trumpet's call is music to their souls, and a  military band thrills every fibre of -their bodies.  In Canada today there are at,least 30,000 of our  foes. No fools, mind you, but soldiers born and  trained, many of them highly educated officers,  who know the science of warfare to a,degree, and  make use of every piece of information. No mailer how little consequence it may'scem to us, they  sec its value. Even so seemingly ..valueless a, titbit  as that which states that Scotland Yard detectives  are watching certain German spies at Montreal  would, if it were true, do nothing more or less  than put any spies in that important port on the  alert.  Danger to the Railways  Canada is preparing right loyally to mobilize  and concentrate troops. Where are they to be  concentrated ? Let me see. -The newspaper at  my elbow informs me that a first division of 20,-  000 men will be concentrated near Quebec. The  artillery may be mobilized at Pctawawa. Very  good, I'll just stop lhat in quick time. Wait until  you arc ready to start lhc concentration.   I know,  were nol so ghastly..  War of itself may be wise or unwise, just or unjust; but that thc issue of a world-wide war  should rest in the hands of three men���������������������������any Ihrcc  men���������������������������and that hundreds of millions who will  bear lhc burden and be affected in every relation  of life by lhe outcome of such a war should passively leave lhc decision lo these three men is an  indictment of..civilization itself.  Human progresses slow indeed when a whole  continent is stiff.ready to light for anything except  lhc right to life, liberty and self-government.--y7  Wlien peace is again established in Europe  there will come a new order of things. Democracy will not stand forever upon the sea Hold, with  autocracy forever on lhe throne.  Alcohol is lhc coming fuel for automobiles'and  small engines. In many places the sawdust from  sawmills and the shavings from lhc planers arc  used in the manufacture of alcohol, in other places, potato growers find a ready market for their  spuds, from which alcohol is made.  for shall be staked out by the applicant himself. ' -  Each application must be accompanied by a fee for $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for ure  dot 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 ol  merchantable coal mined and pay the  royalty therein. If the coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee maybe  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information ''.-application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W, CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  his advertisenrent    will not be paid  for.  John Johnson  SALMON ARM, B. C.  , Beware of lhc man  who-is more concerned jBox BU  about his station in lhc community than he is'  Licenced  about doing his work  It is lime enough to give  Death gives you the count.  up lhc game when  Phone 6H  Auctioneer.     Sales attended to promptly.     Terms on appUca-  ion, or through the Walker Press.  .Men sire linted for their successes  and despised for their failures. v'i  I ii:.,,;-..---:,������������������;,  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 20, 1914  x������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"^^  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  * 1  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  *"?0<x><>oo<>c><-^<x>o^^  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  :������������������������������������������������������:  ���������������������������  .���������������������������  ���������������������������  4k-  ���������������������������*;���������������������������  .���������������������������.:  ���������������������������  I  ���������������������������  ���������������������������:��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������  :���������������������������.  .:���������������������������:-  :-���������������������������;.'  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� :  .���������������������������-'  ���������������������������;���������������������������:'  *7  mm  ws^  l*S  ".���������������������������.���������������������������������������������  ���������������������������?.+&  8  We're now in the Linotype  Class of Printers  ine Model K Linotype  JWHICHilEANSTHE^  THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES   COMPA-H  ..;THAT;CLASS^^  We are: nowfully equipped to handle on short notice, all  classes of CommercialJofrl^  Loose Leaf Billheads Duplicate Billing Forms  Letterheads Envelopes  Statements     7  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates    . .v. _       Window Cards  PriceT-ists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Stork Cards  Financial Statements  Invitations  Butter Wrappers  Ball Programmes  Visiting Cards  Poultrymen's Mating Lists  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  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THE  WALKER   PRESS  ���������������������������'���������������������������sO"  '������������������������������������������������������SL''  i  !j 1  I  /"  ���������������������������       0 " A  ���������������������������   ���������������������������        ^OOOOOOOO^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl O^O<><><><>aO<>OO0OOOa<>O^^  ���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������~^ ������������������������������������������������������ I  [I  r -  Thursday, August 20, 1914  OF CANADA  Bank by Mail and  Save Long Drives  Mail us the cheques or cash  you receive, with your Pass-book,'  which we will return with the  Deposit credited. Then you can  pay your bills by cheques, which  we will honor, or if you want the  cash yourself, send us a cheque in  your own favor and we will  forward the money by return mail.  . Drop in and talk to the Manager  about it.  Enaerpy Branch, .   J. W. GILLMAN. Manager  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  a  pipe  of- the  "O.I_!"  tobacco, the present conditions of  business should be carefully considered, and it is most important  that your district be forced ahead.  The success of the "O.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.  . Our Tobacco has* been thoroughly  "- preparedrdoes not burn the tongue,  is the finest Tobacco in the. world,  and:is not at a prohibitive price because a-home product.  ".    _��������������������������� The "O.K" Fine Smoking    .  .,. The;"O.Jv", Bird's Eye  - 5 The."O.K" Cigarette Tobacco  In ,'4-oz :tins  from your dealer at  ���������������������������] 35c per tin, dr direct from���������������������������  -   J. McCLOUNIE & SONS, '  Growers nnd iManufactiirers  "    VERNON,  B.  C.  fO.K" Cigarettes are Supreme  15c Pkjr; 2 for 25c  0. K Barber Shop  II. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Everything   new   and   up-to-date.  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anrone.iendlnK ��������������������������� sketch and deicclntlon may  jnloltly Moertnln oyr opinion freejvhetlior an  Invention la pronabljr niiteiituhl.."   le ���������������������������               voiioy roriocuriBitpa  Potent- taken through Munn A Co. reoalva  ..��������������������������� nna-ijrnnteiituhla. Conim  tlonsntrlctlrcotifiJeiitlnl. HANDBOOK on Pi  aent froe. Oldest Wironcy for iO-urlBBpat-  .Conimnnl.n-  "^iit-uta  aloiita.  tpteialnotlc*. without charge, laths  Scientific J.mcricait.  A han-totiMty Ulaatrated weekly, lanreit air-  onlatlon of any S-i-iitiflc Journal. Xarma for  Canada, $3.78 a year, postage prepaid. Sold by  all newdM~-ri.  MUNN Sto.**"** New York  Branch OBIoe. m V Bt. Washington, D. 0.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, a  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  FOR RENT  Two houses on Knight Street. One, 7 rooms:  Corner of New School Grounds. $14 per month,"  including water. On������������������, corner of George and  Knight Streets; 5 rooms; $9.60 per month. Each  fitted with Electric Light aud Sink.   Apply:  S. P. Hartry.  I*  Y  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  THE GOD OF WAR  "To safeguard peace we must prepare for war"���������������������������  I know that maxim, it was forged in hell.  This wealth of ships and guns inflames the vulgar  And makes the very war it guards against.  The God of War is now a man of business,  With vested interests.  So much sunk Capital, such countless callings,  The Army, Navy, Medicine, the Church-  To bless and bury���������������������������Music, Engineering,  Red-tape, Departments, Commissariats,  Stores, Transports, Ammunition, Coaling-stations  Fortifications, Cannon-fundries, Shipyards,  Arsenals, Ranges, Drill-halls, Floating Docks,  War-loan Promoters, Military Tailors,  Camp-followers, Canteens, War Correspondents,  Horse-breeders, Armories, Torpedo-builders,  Pipeclay and Medal Vendors, Big Drum Makers,  Gold Lace Embroiderers, Opticians, Buglers,  Tent-makers,   Banner-weavers,   Powder-mixers,  Crutches and Cork Limb Manufacturers,  Balloonists, Mappists, Heliographers,  Inventors, Flying Men, and Diving Demons,  Beelzebub and all his hosts, who, whether  In Water, Earth, or Air, among them pocket  When trade is brisk, ten million pounds a day-  ���������������������������Israel Zangwill, in, Canadian Courier.  % 2Uar of Hutofratt>  Ten days ago the German people were at peace  with all the world.   They had no quarrel of their  own with anybody. V In the years that had followed the downfall of-Napoleon. III. they, had won,  the admiration of every, civilized country. Out of  a condition of general poverty., they had:Arisen to  great wealth and prosperity.    ' They/ had become  the leaders and teachers of all-the __atiohs?ii_ the  development of scientific, industry.   Tlieir ships  floated on every sea.   :Thcir victories ; were no  victories of brute force, but triumphs of applied  skill and trained minds/In many respects tlie .  Germans had touched tlie high-water mark, of  human civilization? There was not anothcr/coun-~  try in the world but could learn something from-  - them.    . .'-,.'     --.;   S-r ��������������������������� - ��������������������������� .7i:SS:7/ -.  . Suddeulythis vast fabric woven by. peace "ahcl"  industry and skill and_stiehcc.is: tonUii two. .All?,  thc machinery of progress is stopped Bytfehand-1  of autocracy.; The Kaiser plunges-Europe1 into 7  the most devastating conflict-known7ibf liuriiaiv :  history, and every civilized countryyreels^uhder::  the shock.   And about/what??f.,Ostensibly^ecaiisc^  Russia   had   answered yAustria's ..wantonl,war  , against Servia. by mobilizing-troops pri! thc.fron-  ticr in order to protect her own, interests. - In  reality because the reactionary party of, Gefhiariy  was determined to invite a.general European conflict in order to stay the advancement of political  reforms.  In the very vanguard of the twentieth century  in most respects, Germany has straggled back into  the seventeenth century politically.   The curse of  mediaeval government has hung over her noblest  achievements.' Every impulse toward political,  freedom has been.beaten back by the mailed fist,  and at a great crisis in their history the German  people are deprived of that power over their own  political institutions without which the English-  speaking races have justly come to regard life  itself as intolerable.  Autocracy has had its way. Austria's quarrel  with Servia was no affair'of thc German people.  Russia's challenge to Austria was no affair of thc  Gewnai>pcoplcf-^eHhe-vcry-falc-oluthc=Gcrman=  Empire is thrown into the balance in order to halt  thc march of political freedom in Europe.  All the world knew that a declaration against  against Russia was in effect a declaration against  France. Germany admitted it by mobilizing hcr  army, not on thc Russian frontier, but on thc  French frontier. Thc decisive blow was to be  struck against thc French Republic, not against  its imperial ally. It was not Russian despotism  that was to be crushed, biit French republicanism.  The hollow hypocrisy of thc whole proceeding  is revealed by thc fact lhat before the clash bY  arms is fairly begun the Austrian invasion of Servia is practically abandoned.  Having begun the war, German autocracy now  finds itself isolated.    Italy conslrucs lhc Triple  Alliance as applicable only to a war of defence;  because there would be revolution in Italy if thc  government ventured to champion the cause of  lhe haled Austrian.   Great Britain is compelled to  make France's cause her cause.    Germany and  Austria are left alone lo make lhe fight of autocracy, and pay the bill in blood and treasure and  prestige.   In lhis war they have'no sympathizers  even among neutrals.    The enlightened opinion  of the whole world has turned against thc two  Kaisers, as it turned against Napoleon III. when  he sought to make himself thc autocrat of Europe.  What was begun hastily as a war of autocracy  js riot unlikely to end as a war of revolution, with  thrones crumbling and dynasties in exile.   Civilization cannot rest at the mercy of'despotism,:  and the welfare of mankind is nol to be made the  plaything of autocracy.    If all Europe must be  drenched in blood before this lesson is implanted  in the minds of kings and courtiers, wc may say  of this war as Lincoln said of the war that exterminated human slavery, "The judgments of the  Lord are true and righteous altogether."  This is thc twilight of the gods.���������������������������N. Y. World.  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~W_*-,   J. r.  .  ) CITY OF ENDERBY  Special notice  EnderbyJ BlcJ Aug. 15, 1914  Dear Sir:���������������������������  When the Provincial Redistribution. Commission  met in Enderby this week, we were requested fo gather  such information as the Commission requires to arrive,at  some definite conclusion with regard to the proposed  division of the Okanagan Electoral District whereby tlie  Northern Okanagan shall be given a Member.  -    '  :   It is proposed to divide the District at the southern5  boundary of the SpaUumcheen Municipality, south of  Larkin,.and extending north fo Salmon Arm, Sicamous,;  and as far as Craigellachie, thence to Revelstoke Division.:  7 This suggested Division has met with favor ori all'  sides, regardless of political feeling,/arid if we.stand solid-  there is no reason to doubt that the division will be made  ���������������������������������������������. ^r--:-l  '.-.'.->/.:  *^\frtf_|  ���������������������������"n*: _*������������������������������������������������������[���������������������������  ; #' .-- ���������������������������  ss^m>\  Th$ Redistribution Commission requiresJto^rSw;^P^^'  *$>$% Y^i^PORulatiqn iofythe ^viarious^sectibhs oQHei^^  siiggestejdpistrict;y2nd^each .section's productive^pbisKSfi^,  1?ilities;73rd; present annual;foim^  and, development and.future population possible. -=:!^vrW7-S^?S  ]-        It is felt that if we can .get fogether and g6luliy7?^ 1  into the various questions involved we shall have no    ���������������������������  difficulty in assembling the information. required by the   .-,  Commission. v ������������������ -  7V  .\'  A meeting is therefore called for Saturday afternoon, August 22nd, 1914,. at 1:30 p. m., in the City Hall,:  Enderby, at which it is desired  that you, or some other''\  representative of your section of the District, should be  present prepared to give the information required.   -.. ,V .  Be sure to attend. .  :.    '     .   F. H. BARNES, Mayor.    >  "iV  I  Debts &=Debt������������������fs^  If we gave a merchant our custom we have a  right to expect him to advertise���������������������������to tell us weekly  in the columns of The Press what he has for us.  Advertising is shop news, designed to informus, -  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 ^hat 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 ���������������������������BT  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 20, 1914  Possibilities of Wood and Potato    ^  Alcohol Manufacture Opening Up  The London Daily Telegraph has  lately devoted much space to the  discussion of lhe��������������������������� problem of making a liquid fuel subslilute for petrol, and the opinion of the hest  ehcmi.sl.s, writers ami engineers,��������������������������� is  that such a substitute is to be found  in ethyl alcohol. The evident purpose of all this discussion is lo  roust: the people of Kngland to the  realization lhal they have in their  own hands, al their very doors, Ihe  material out of which lo manufacture alcohol.  And w.luil Kngland has, Ihe people of British Columbia have, Ihe  people of Enderby have, and there  is no reason why lhis discussion in  the Daily .Mail should nol be appropriated by us insofar as il may be  applied here wilh profit lo all and  injury to none. Al Ihe same time  il might be "well for the deputy  .Minister of Agriculture, at Victoria,  to investigate the possibility of interesting capilal in the project  looking lo establishing an alcohol  manufacturing plant in lhe inferior  of thc Province, or, for that matter,  several of these plants.  A writer in the Daily Mail says  there were one hundred million  gallons of petrol used in the British  Isles alone lasl year, and, in all  probability, lhis amount will be  increased to 120,000,000 this year.  ''In addition to lhis," he says, "a  few million gallons of home-produced coal spirit and shale spirit  will be used, but the price remains, prohibitive, and is bound lo  do so till inexhaustible supplies are  forthcoming.  "Whether il be solid fuel, such as  coal, ro liquid fuel, such as petroleum and its derivatives, there must  come a time, and. that not very far  distant, when tlie supplies will be  exhausted.  "The only^i'ueI known lo man  which can.be renewed in practically inexhaustible quantities is alcohol; so long as the sun shines  and thc crops have their rotation  man will never be short of the  sources of heat, light, or power.  Whatever be the results now. alcohol is bound lo come inlo its inheritance in the long run for this reason  if no other, because it is lhc only  fuel which can be annually renewed."  Another writer lakes up the.subject from another point. He argues  that to manufacture alcohol al a  pro/it from potatoes, the potatoes  would have to be laid down at Ihe  distillery al not more than .$5 per  ton. Of course, thc cost of manufacture may be greatly reduced as  the industry is developed, but at  the present time, it is argued that,  conditions in England are such as to  make il impossible lo turn potatoes  into alcohol on a paying basis. It  is done, however, in Germany, says  this writer, where the Government  has turned inhospitable lands inlo  profitable potato growing, thus nol  only creating a reserve food supply,  but also .developing lhe potato alcohol industry. The object of the  German Government was nol primarily to develop lhe alcohol industry, but with a view to increasing the food supply, wilh alcohol  as Ihe natural outlet for the surplus  crops.  Quoting from evidence given before   the   Industrial   Alcohol   Com-  TIIIS SEASON'S APPLE PACK  A circular letter recently issued  by the B. C. Fruit Growers Association, says the outlook for a large  apple crop is excellent, and the advice is given to apple growers to  persist in thining, as there is going  lo be small demand for No. 3\s.  The Nelson and Kclowna-Wcst-  bank clislricls apple estimate has  been increased Hi carloads each  over what was given as, a conservative in the July report. This  brings the total apple yield for the  Province close to .00,000 boxes.  The peach crop is also reported to  be yielding above Ihe July estimate.  The Boards of Horticulture for  Ihe four northwest stales report as  '"ollows:    .Washington  apple crop,  mission:' II potatoes were cheap. ^ lflt3 0rc.  than   ma./e,  we  should   use  Ihcm. |   J ,    .  But,   in   lhe   inst   place,   potatoes ,������������������ '    1913, and Mon-  contain a very much smaller percentage of starch than maize, there  being something like 20 per cent  in potatoes and GO per cent in  maize."  "One of the most promising sources of alcohol is wood sawdust or  shavings," says a writer of experience" in the manufacture of alcohol.  "This in many cases is a waste material. The outcome of many ex-  process properly handled can be  made successfully in London or  other large ports Besides yielding  some thirty proof gallons of alcohol  per Ion of wood shavings or sawdust, there arc also several other  valuable bye-products which occur  in the process of manufacture that  are a considerable set-on" lo the cost  price of thc alcohol.  This ethyl alcohol from wood can  be made absolutely pure; at a low  price, and identical wilh any grain  spirit. It would ensure a home supply in time of war for the alcohol  needed for lhe manufacture of explosives.  "To summarize the relative position ..of lhe possible sources of  cheap industrial alcohol, the position of importance would appear lo  be occupied by Colonial-grown  maize, followed by wood sawdust  as a source for home manufacture.  tana reports n decrease of 40 per  ccnl of 1913 crop.  Conditions in Europe arc expected to result in higher prices for  wheal, cattle and other exportable  food-products, which will increase  lhe buying power of the Canadian  fruit consumer. The effect of this  on fruit prices will not be felt immediately, and, in fact, the demand  for fruit will probably be light for  al least a few weeks.  The Department of Agriculture  has issued .he following table of  packs for American Standard Apple Box, size 10%xll'"/_xl8:  A Fine Apple Crop  Wm. Anderson is preparing on a  much more permanent basis than  ever to handle his apple crop this  season. He has trees loaded .with  No. 1 Jonathan, Wealtfiies, Spys  and Delicious, and is anticipating a  ready market and good prices. Mr.  Anderson has worked industriously  to make his orchard, while probably not the largest inthe district,  one of lhc show orchards of En-  derby.  Lending a Name  "Waiter," asked lhc impatient  guest, "do you call this an oyster  stew?"  "Ycssuh," replied Mr. Eraslus  Pinklcy.  "Why, the oyster in this slew  isn't big enough to llovor it."  "He wasn't put in to flavor it,  "suh. He is jes' supposed to christen it."  CfTY OF ENDERBY  Rebate on Taxes  HOSPITAL   A U XI LI A RY  Plums  75c  per erateof  20 lbs.  and Other Fruits  FOR PRESERVING  The Hospital Auxiliary  like, through the columns of Ihe  Press to express their thanks for  the generous financial aid given the  Cottage Hospital. Among those  who have contributed generous  sums of money are:  The Society of Oddfellows, Mayor  Barnes, F. W. Si evens, G. H. Smedley, F. W. Collins, G. M. Davis, Mr.  Gillman, Mr. Salt, Henry Grcyell,  A. Green, \V. IT. Lemke, F. B.  Prince, Mr. Baird, Hupel, Graham  Hosoman, Mr. Hcndrickson, Miss  Gibbs, Mr. Gibbs.  The sum of ���������������������������<j'50 has also been  promised by lhc Masonic order of  f-iiderby, and other individual sums  havo���������������������������been��������������������������� promised,���������������������������mention..-, of.  which will be made later.  We would like lo thank Mr. and  Mrs. McPherson for two bed-screens  which have been found very useful.  A few fads relative to the linan-  cial arrangements: Thc amount-of  $.'52 per month is paid .by Ihe Auxiliary for rental of house and a few  necessary pieces'of furniture, such  asr UiIcIfeiTTiTiVL 71 iffinf> TrooTiTHTiTni-  lure, etc. The light is furnished by  lhc Okanagan Saw Mills, and the  Hospital is turned over lo lhe resident nurse, Miss Davis, to make  what she can oul of it.  Next month u .statement will be  given of amounts of money carried  over from proceeding year, income  No.  apples  in box  32  36  '11  !'I5  ioO  '18  :*)(>  64  72  80  88  96  KM  112  120  113  125  138  150  163  175  188  200  woutd 213  225  Type  of pack  Diagonal  Pack  2-1, 3-4  2-1, 4-4  2-1,  2-1,  0.2  4-5  5-6  3-3  2-2  2-2",  3-4  4-4  4-5  5-5  Actual  ��������������������������� Tiers  3  3  3  3  4  4  {  29  4  2-2, 4-5 4  2-2, 5-5     .      4  2-2, 5-6 4  2-2, 6-6 _  2-2, 6-7 4  2-2, 7-7 4  2-2, 7-8 4  3-2, 4-5 .5  .3-2, 5-5 5  3-2, 5-6 o  3-2, 6-6 5  3-2, 6-7        '  5  3-2, 7-7 . 5  3-2, 7-8 5  3-2, 8-8 5  3-2, 8-9 5  5   ,8. 5  5   ,   9 5  All aples arc packed on the side  in the American apple box. This  table should be used in conjunction  with circular No. 8 entitled "Packing Orchard Fruits," which can be  secured by writing to the Department of Agriculture, Victoria, B.C.;  and Bulletin No. 40, of thc Dairy  and Cold Storage Commissioner's  Series, Department of Agriculture.  Straight  NOTICE is hereby given that the  period wilhin which rebate or'discount is allowed on City taxes has  been extended, and that thc 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. 1914.   ������������������   LAND  REGISTRY ACT  WANT ADS  AN EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER  from Seattle, wants engagements  by the day. Enquire at Mr.Bush's  residence. . a2()-2t  FOR   SALE���������������������������18    Grade    ewes,   12  lambs, and one registered Suffolk  ram.   Apply, A. D. Slrolger.     31  WANTED���������������������������Till next spring, with  option of purchase���������������������������a good horse  broken lb saddle and driving.  Box   139, Enderby ������������������20-2t  LAKEVIEW RANCH (of ..80 acres)  for 'immediate sale. Cheap. See  owner, Jas Ellison, Enderby.  FOR SALE���������������������������Owing to Capt. Cameron having been called home,  we Und it necessary to dispose of  his entire slock of high-class  White and Brown Leghorns. All  last year's birds and this season's  pullets; 200 in all. Apply, Gain-  ford Ranch, Enderby.  Re. Lot 2424, Os'ovoos Division of  Yale Districl  Whereas, proo'f of loss of Certificate of Title No. 1265F covering the  above-mentioned property, and issued in thc name of Guy Lome  Williams has been filed in this  oflice, notice is hereby given  lhat I shall at the expiration of one  month from date of first publication  hereof, issue a duplicate of said  Certificate of Title, unless in the  meantime valid objections be made  to me in writing, and any person  or persons having possession of the  above said document is required to  deliver the same to me forthwith.  Dated al the Land Registry Oflice,  Kamloops, B.C., this 29th day of  Julv, A. D. 1914.  C H, DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  Destructive. Forest  Fires  A destructive forest fire has been  burning over lhc hilltops back of  Naramala, Okanagan Lake, Ihe past  week    or   more.     The    Penticton  Herald says it has done serious  damage lo thc water shed supplying  water to' Penticton's irrigation system. Starting from a fisherman's  camp lire, il has spread over an  area of 2,000 acres, destroying  standing timber estimated at 1,000,-  000 feet. The area around Penticton Creek is completely denuded,  Avhich will rcsulMn-lhc creek-drying early in lhc season.  J. S. JOHNSTONE  Cement  Contractor  FOR QUICK SALE���������������������������A 26-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 W. J. Ellis & Co., Kamloops  HAY PRESSING ���������������������������Having, purchased Chas. Hoover's gasoline  balcing outfit, am prepared to  handle any size crop, by the ton.  For particulars apply, H. Halliday  Armstrong, B.C.  RS. PARADIS, Dress Making Parlor, Cliff street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable" prices. Work promptly  executed.  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  En_erby Lodye No. 40.  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or pfter the  full moon nt 8 p. mi ifi Oddfellows Hall. - Visiting  brethren cordially invited.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  .JNO. WARWICK  Secretary   '  ways  w ���������������������������M J.0.0.1^    jjf  Eureka Lodge,, No. 60  Meets every Tuesday" evening at 8 o'clock', in I.' O.  O. F. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers _al-  welcome. JAS. MARTIN. N. G.   ���������������������������-  C. PARKINSON,"V. G.  R.E.WHEELER. Sec'y.  .  J. B. GAYLORD, Tress.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  T. H. CALDER, C. C.  J. WARWICK. K.R.S.,  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitableforConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address.  R. N. BAILEY: Enderby  Building Block  Cement Brick  Lawn Vases  Grave Stones  Cemetery Supplies  EN DERBY,   B.   C.  Surmounting Military Difficulties  An undersized yokel approached  a sergeant in (lie barrack-yard of  a   inililary   recruiting   station.     "I  Do not allow the excitement of  the moment to cause you to neglect to put up your family fruit  requirements. You will find the  best right here, and all the other  necessary things that are required in the preserving season.  Our Grocery department is most  waul  lo join  Ihe army," he said.  .   The  sergeant  looked   him   up  and  .'? ..e.,|)���������������������������'"(l.!,.ur.? ������������������'   '       *"'' "      down, and replied, "You cannot join  my lad; you arc too small."   "Too  amount on liaix  The nurse would be very glad lo  receive any pieces of old linen, col-  Ion, clc.  We're Going lo Gel a Gun  complete,  the lowest.  And our prices are  W. J. Woods  Enderby's  Big  Cash Store  The editor of a Kansas paper says  thiit. he picked up a rille recently  and skirled up the street to deliver  Ihe weapon to its owner. The delinquent subscribers got il inlo  their heads lhat he was on the war  i path, and everybody he met insisted  on paying all he owed. "One man  wiped out a debt of ten years' standing. On returning lo Ihe oflice he  found a load of hay, fifteen bushels  of corn, ten bushels of potatoes, a  load of wood and a barrel of  turnips.  small," said the youth. "What about  lhal little fellow over there?" "I3ul  he is an oflicer." "Oh, is he?" exclaimed Chawbone. "Well, I'm nol  particular; I'll just join the olliccrs.  C ON TE MPTIBLE SPIRl T  'J he Salurd iv Sunsel, of Va:!-  cm \cr makes lhe remark: "Memil-  lance men -ire leaving Cana.la in  large numbers. Who shall say thai  war brings no relief?"  Such a remark, particularly a'  lhis time, shows a most conlcr p-  tihie spirit on the part of the Sunset. When thc call came from the  Motherland for assistance these remittance men were the first to respond. They showed al once where  lo stand in 'the defence of the Empire and how to get there in time of  need.  PLUMBING, HEATING, TIN-  SMITHING & REPAIRING  Estimates _furni.shed.y-  At Murrin Hardware Store,  PROFESSIONAL  J^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,    .  Notary Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  tSR.-H._W.. KEITH,  B  Office hours:   Forenoon, 9 to 10:30  Afternoon, 3 to 4  EveniYiir, 6:30 to 7:i?n  Sunday, by appointment  Office: Cor. Cliff and G_or������������������e Sts. ENDERBY  G.  L. WILLIAMS  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor  Bell Block       Enderby, B.C.  TIMETABLE  In effect-on Okanagan Branch of  C. P. IL, from June 1,1914:  Southbound  10.55 lv  11.2(5  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  Enderby  Armstrong  Bealm  Larkin  Vernon  11.40  .1.54  12.20  12.28  .12.38  13.05  13.25 ar.- Okanagan Ldg   lv. 14.15  Northbound  ar. 17.00  10.15  15.59  15.44  15.15  15.07  14.55  14.30  II. W. BRODIE  Gen. Pas. Agt.  Vancouver  JNO BUBNHAAI  [gent  Enderby  Orders taken  For the famous Pittsburg Fence.  Also Building and Painting.  J.A.Miller, Enderby  EVERYBOBY'S    DOING   IT!  DOING WHAT?  Getting their Suits cleaned and  ������������������ pressed at  A. E  WESTS, The ������������������.y Tailor  Monthly Contract* a Specialty  il E. J. Mack  <   Livery, Feed & Sale Stables ^  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv- {'  ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  <  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists in- \ \  vited to give us a trial. - >  I

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