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 ���������������������������I-'.-���������������������������>,%  -���������������������������*.>.,. vv>-:-'- y"-������������������?|  Enderby, B.C., December 17, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol.,7; No. .42; Whole'No. 344  ENDERBY NEWS IN BRIEF  '���������������������������     Take "a night off."  . The Enderby  Hoi el was taken over  this week by Mr. Morgan O'Brien.  W. G. Pell has put out a beautiful'  calendar appropriate to ihe business he is engaged in.  Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Taylor and  children will leave for the East on  Friday evening's train. -  Frank A. Smith was arrested last  week for being drunk and disorderly, and was fined So and cosls.   ���������������������������  Friday and Saturday of next week  and the week following have been  declared legal and bank holidays. -  To-morrow night, in the Opera  House, "A Night OIF," by local talent  iri aid of the Canadian Patriotic  Fund.  , - Parish of Enderby, 4th Sunday, in  Advent; Holy Communion, 8 a.m.;  Mattins,, 10.30 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30  p.m., all'at Enderby.    *       ' -  Methodist Church services:  The  - Christmas services will be held next  ,  Sunday morning and evening.   Ser-  - vice in the.Ashton Creek school at  2.30. p.m.-,     , . .   '      '     ���������������������������'  Mr. J. C, English and Mr.. Blanchard returned from,the Fort Fraser, country last Friday, and will  -.spend the.-.winter..months at their  - Enderby homes.. "  -, . '^  yTV. A. "Russell-is "laying out "an  open-air rink, on the Ruttan place,  oppositc^the corner where the old  "- Greyell ring waslocated, and hopes  ��������������������������� to have skating ice/at"an eiu;ly..date..  *' ^Mr.'A.CC.y'Slcalirigi'expectsto \eavjR>  i early; next*Week -for..Araricpuyer/tO:  'spend- Christmas at his home.-.,,. On  his way home'Mr./Skaling will put  in  a  day ' or. two at the .Registry  -Office at Kamlpops77 " - '��������������������������� ' i       '7  Mr. and Mrs.- J. ;;A.-. DougaP-hav'e  .." disposed of -.their���������������������������household furniture and Vented- their -cottage," and  will leave,on Saturday-for Nakusp.  They expect to .return' to Enderby  with the opening of spring.   - ,---.-  The annual Christmas entertainment of the Methodist Church will  be held next Tuesday evening,- the  22nd. A splendid program has been  prepared, and Santa Claus-himself  will be present to take his part.in  the entertainment. An offering will  be taken.  Manager Poumbly of the Stepney  Ranch, reports that he has sold the  entire hay crop of the ranch," and  _has-ordcrs -for.many .carloads .that  Allies Preparing* for General Advance  Four German warships are reported  to have attempted to bombard an unfortified portion of the English coast  oii the 16th,' and three of them were  sunk by Rritish warships.  135th day of the war.  97th day of Battle of the Aisne.  , 65th day of the Battle of Flanders  If there was little- definite news  from the battle lines last week, there  has been-less this week, though the  little that has come through would  tend to show that the. Allies have  taken the offensive all along the Bel-.  gian-French battle-line, and that the  Russians have succeeded in stopping the Germans who had again  succeeded in reaching a point very  close to Warsaw. In the vicinity of  Cracow, which has been reported as  falling into the hands of-the. Russians -for the past three or four  weeks, and Przemysl, which, too,  has been going to fair for many  weeks, there has been fighting reported attended always by victory  for" the Russians. It is apparent,  therefore, that the enemy is being  gradually worn down, and is becoming weaker,���������������������������if these reports  are to be believed. -  The text of the last official statement coming from Paris reads:.  ''Between tlie sea and Lys, the  English have occupied a little forest to the west of Wylschaetc. Thc  ground gained yesterday by our  troops along thc Yser Canal and to  the west of Ho'lebek has been retained in spile of y vigorous-counter  attack on the part of thc enemy.  "From the Belgian frontier to the  Sommc there is nothing to report.  From the .Somme  to  the Argonnc  barded by the.Germans from'a'coh-  siderablc distance."     ���������������������������   ���������������������������       ' .l *  "In Alsace there has been-much  activity on the part of the enemy's  artillery with the exception of before. Steinbach; where an attack by  German infantrymen'coming from'  Utl'holtz was successful in" .gaining'  a fooliioid. "We have, everywhere  retained the positions won previously by us."  BELGRADE RE-OCCUPIED  , Belgra'de, the unfortified .capital  of-Servia, which-the-Austrians, afr  ter a long and terrible bombardment  occupied two weeks ago, is-again  in the hands "of the Servians. ���������������������������  there has been.intermittent cannon- .���������������������������_,..  ading. Excepting in the region of        - Seems to Favor Russians _    ;  Crouy this artillery fighting has not      North of thc Vistula, along the  been spirited.' *      . Mlawa front, the struggle, between  "In the Argonne" we have made, the Russians and Germans seems to  some progress and.retained the ad-1 be    favoring    the    Russians, >but  vances made, by us on preceding j neither side claims a decisive vic-r  days.      ���������������������������'''.' '      y      "  -   'tqry along the eastern front. ���������������������������--The'  * "In the Vosgcs the railroad'sta- final/engagements-"remain -.to'^be  tion of St. Leonard to the south.of fought between Lodz and-the \Vis:..  St.  Di.e,  has  becri7violently,- bom-r.tula.   ���������������������������_ .     -   t   ;    '_.���������������������������',..-   ���������������������������'.."'���������������������������-. -������������������.,'  PROVINCIAL POULTRY SHOW  he is unable to supply. The demand  comes from the coast, and is thc result of the embargo placed upon hay  from the states.  Married���������������������������At the home of the  bride's parents, Mara, Wednesday  evening, Dec. IGth, Miss Emily  Massey to Mr. Win. Kenyon, Rev. C.  Reed officiating. Following thc  bridal supper, a dance was held in  the Mara hall, participated in by all  of Mara's young people.  On Monday evening next at 7.30  thc Rev. C. Reed will lecture on The  Yukon, 'to thc Twentieth Century  Bible Class. Mr. Reed knows the  Yukon at first-hand, and has some  excellent pictures of the country  which he will use in connection  with the lecture. The meeting will  be held in the basement of thc Presbyterian Church, and is open to thc  public.  The poultrymen of thc Okanagan  were delighted to learn at the poultry show held in Vernon last week  that they could get alfalfa meal  manufactured so near as Enderby,  and the Alfalfa Products Company  has received many enquiries from  various parts of the Valley. For  Vernon and district W. R. Megaw  has taken the agency, and will act  as the supply centre.  Mr. J. E. Crane believes in getting  the business by-going after it. When  other business men concluded it  was time to stop advertising because  of war conditions, Mr. Crane made  his advertising of increased size.  The results have far exceeded his  anticipations. His Christmas business has thus far exceeded that of  any previous year. It not only pays  to advertise, but it pays, too, to  keep up one's courage and not lie  down when the first puff of adversity comes your way.  Table  raisins,   the   best,   25c   a  pound package.   Dill Bros.  They Provincial Poultry- Show  held at Vernon last week,*was certainly a show-of quality". The entries ,were not so large as -the" entries in otherfProyincial shows have  been, _but- the.- scarcity-of, anything'  of Tsecond-rateTclass*" was*-remarked"  lipon^'by; both" the'"'judesV.% It-1 was;  indeed;-;a show of;.quality.>   Vy' ;.;  7- Mr. ^-"Joseph: Minshail;"ya'cknowl:.;  edged *to. be v the greatest/judge."*on  the American continent*iri!f6wls^.bf  the . Mediterranean- breeds^'.fwho.  judges in all the largest-shows held-  in the United States, and "Canada*,  gave it as his opinion, that-the quality of-the birds, shown' at "Vernon  was good enough -to go -up, against  the best in-any "place, and was" as  good as anything he had ever come  across- in   his  "experience    as" a  poultry judge.   -��������������������������� ���������������������������   ���������������������������  Judge Hin'es, who handled the  heavy-weight classes, was equally  free in his commendation of the  birds in his* department.   -  ^A number- of poultrymen from  Enderby district were represented  by birds of excellent quality. This  i.s indicated by the number of wrin-  ncrs^icked^Tom^Endcrby^pensr^"-"  H. E. Waby was the largest winner from this section���������������������������indeed, he  was thc winner of more prizes than  any other individual, exhibitor in  the . show. He won five specials,  three firsts, one second, three, thirds  and one fifth, and Judges Hinesand  Minshall characterized his class of  Barred Rocks as thc strongest ever  seen in British Columbia, and his  winning Barred Rock hen, Lady  Black Tip, as a marvel. Judge Hines  remarked lhat this hen had thc  finest .wing he had ever seen on a  Plymouth Rock, female, and,������������������but for  a few" feathers not being matured  she would have been awarded the  prize for thc best female in the  show. Mr. Waby's winnings are  said to be the greatest ever made in  the Province in Barred Rocks.  In Barred Rocks Mr. Waby won:  1st and 5th hen; 1st, 2nd and 3rd  pullet; 1st pen, 3rd cockerel, and  specials for best pen, best female,  best pullet, best colored female and  best shaped female.  Mr. Smcdlcy's strain of S. C.  Minorcas won 1st on pen and 2nd  on cock, he being beaten by one of  his own birds nowr owned and. entered by Mr. Bigge of the Gain ford  Poultry Farm. In his R. C. Minorcas Mr. Smedley won 1st, 2nd and  3rd on hens, and special for the  best Minorca pen.  A.. Smithers had five entries and  won'four prizes: 2nd and 3rd Hou-  dan pullet, 2nd Houdan cockerel,  and 3rd White Rock cock.  The Barnum Poultry Farm did  not do so well, carrying off only 4th  on White .Wyandotte pullet.  The poultrymen of the Okanagan  are to be congratulated on the fine  showing made by them. They won  by far the largest number f prizes,  beating the coast birds at almost  every point.  The   showing  of  Rhode   Island  Reds was the-feature of the show.  The judges .said : they -had /never  handled "-a"'finer lot .than'those eh-,  terccPby Chief of Police Clarke, of  Vernon. -      "    -"   1     _' V* _"   ,   _ '  MIGHT TRY ENDERBY  r.-The- following,, advertiscmentyhas*  appeared*in;\several^issucs -of /the  Toronto-Financial "P6st,.andy-we-re-'  pr'oducc/'itt ',f orMhe- benefit^ofo'oiir..  real estate;;irieniwh~oy"bav&fhousesrfo.  rent in -Enderby.: t'7''7..'.>-H7/7''' -SS  7 "A; reader. of~The:,Fin"a'hcialr Postj  who ^is arriving, here/from Europe;  desires" ay larger .comfprtable/.-'furn-  ished house with "every .rriodern-coh'-  venience,-.for.*.the winter and perhaps longeivWHIing to pay 8800 to  "51,200 a month for the place that;  suits him.. He may possibly'hccome  a'permanent resident and may purchase finally!" <-.       .     "  Acknowledged Wilh Thanks  The Misses. Davies, of the Cottage Hosnital, acknowledge the fol  lowing contributions:    Mrs. G. R.  Lawes, butter, chicken,'old linen;  Mr7"E7TJarsbri7 TenifoffpMfsTTh^f  Hughes, fruit;  pad; Mrs. A.  venison;  Mr. Reeves, electric  Mohr, chicken; Mrs.  Butchard, papers; Mrs. Taylor, papers; Mrs. A. D. Stroulger, chicken;  Mr. J. -Warwick, wood.  NOTICE  - Notice is hereby given that, at thc  expiration of Thirty (30) days, application will be made to the Board  of License Commissioners for thc  transfer of the License Tor the sale  of Liquor by retail in and upon thc  premises known as "Thc Enderby  -Hold," situate in the City of En-  derbv, upon the lands described as  Lots "One (I) and Two (2), Three  (3) and Four (I). Block Eleven  (11), Map Two Hundred and Flc-  ven "A" (211a), and part of Lois  One (1) and Two, (2), Belvedere  Townsite. to Morgan O'Brien.  RICHARD ELI BEST,  By H. G. Davies, Attorney.  Dated this Ninth day of December, A. D. 1014.  Wc Have sold a lot of winter  clothing in the last ten days.- The  men appreciate a good article at the  prices they are going at.   Dill Bru.-;.  at  at  TIPPERARY CLUB DANCE- fi  ���������������������������- A--most",' enjoyable -'dance :'.was  given, last Thursday..night'"in < Kv of  P.'Hall, under Jhe auspices; pf..the  newLv-brganizcd^.Tipperary, /Club,  an Jorganizalion^pf-*' Eijderby,. young,  P������������������opIe*"^nK"3h'e .^  joymentpi a h J r\m utual ~* hclp'f ill ncssY?  .This .was"Uheir/firs'typublic7spbiaIl;  ev'ehing;,arid-thfe-unquali tied; succesjs-  otytheir.dance-is^an^ndicMipnr-that*  ,thecTipperary'";CIuBjs'':filling^a>g66d)  office.. 'TAt/large^* number . of .jour.'  young.; pedpIe,''i.asiwefl7Jas"'"'sevcra'Ij  from. Armstrong participated-ih'the  happy event.'  The1 members- of-the}  club proved 'themselves/to.be excellent hosts, providing a;lively."program and' a 'splendid, lunch.7 The  feature of the evening's'"enjoyment;  was the music provided by Mr. and  Mrs. Mann,' including'theTipperary  Two-Step,, which"  was encored sev.-.  eral times'.    "It is the intention, of,  the Tippcrary Club" to' hold dances  and   other  social, gatherings   from  time   to. lime   during   the ��������������������������� winter  months. -  .  WILL MEET AT-ENDERBY   '    >  -- ,* ^  *���������������������������      -. . ���������������������������.  -   The Associated Board of Trade-of  .the/Okanagan met at Kelowna "last,  week, and the citizens of that city-  royally   entertained   the  dclegates.-  The following letter relating thereto,  is" of public interest:,  _H: M. Walker, President Board of  *   Trade, Enderby:    *��������������������������� '"'".'-  I  Dear Sir: . Your letter of 8th inst.  came to. hand, and-I wish to" thank .  you for it, and am pleased lhat-En- -  derby   Board   of Trade- is .again  showing signs of life.  ���������������������������     l        -.7'.  Your invitation to'have the Associated Board~meet at Enderby next --  year was "accepted by .theconven- ,"  tion without a dissenting voice������������������,and -���������������������������;  aniid' applause;1   so ���������������������������that,'-you*may,7.  look forward'to this meeting/which's;  will be held at.thc call ofthe. Presi--|  dent- next   December.'   The   midv  summer .^meeting" of* the executive/  will be held al'sonic* one of the Lake:'  points n'oit"Julv'or August." "  -.. ~ '?;.  , Mr: S. T. Elliott.of Kelowna is the J  new President-and Mr. McTavish," :  of the same city,.is Secretary.  lUVe-had  n' splendid   meeting -"ato  Kelowna, .an'iFUhd'.Kelowna Board7.-  and .citizens entertained .the- delc-y',/  gates to''one'.of the^most.'enjoyable :"?*5  banquets.tHatyit^has-been:my p'nyi7 '  'X ?J*  '���������������������������A.  *-i'-.'.-;j41  :r- 7  7&I  ^���������������������������-e-"--  ������������������������������������������������������ -i cvs  -*'<.*a*y;^:  '? EN DER B YSPH1LHA RMONIC  S-'^%'-k-S-7Ti  7-'Resultihg:from/.the'grcat'' success^f-frb/^f^  which1'attchdcd\theVahtata andssaV*"���������������������������;,J-iv^;  CURLING CLUB MEETING  Steady work has been put on thc  curling rink ice the past week, with  the result thai thc club now has one  sheet in excellent condition and the  other fairly good. The first stanes  were thrown Wednesday evening,  just fo try the ice.  Willey Barrows, who has had the  membership list in hand, has nearly  40 names signed up, and indications are favorable for an .interesting season. ~A meeting of all members will be held at Mack's Livery  ollice this (Thursday) afternoon at  4 o'clock for the election of skips  and completing arrangements for  the season's playing, .fas. Evans  will have charge of thc ice for the  season, which ensures good ice and  steady playing, provided the  weather clerk does not forget the  Donalds and the McPhcrsons.  "tention^bfAhe^socictyv'tq'continue^ . r  :the'musicalTevenings-that-:have been*"7h������������������;-  hildthe past fewmbnths, and, later f47*7 ���������������������������  to.piit>ons;another>cantata.'--Music7y),'=.5y.*7Al  for.'36rparts>has: already;been^senty 7y^��������������������������� {  for,Vana-the initial praclices will'be', .T^-r  slart.cd.as soon-'.as'i.it/ arrivcs.", K All ;";y,:������������������*v  interested in'-'miisicV-and7who;"cari r*7'^\ .  lend any_assistance"in' thejsinging,' y_*;..-'>v-  a re invited .to join the society:- -* -,7"-'-7-.-  ' ���������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������-, ������������������������������������������������������ -*��������������������������� V.'.-.-,  ALI.BA-BA. A T.ARMSTRONG   '���������������������������'���������������������������/':'.  -   A" comic   (burlesque)   opera", in  three actsr'will be presented b'y-the"-  pupils of the "Armstrong High and"  Publis schools, in-aid .of/the. Canadian Patriotic Fund," in "the "Armstrong- Opera  House,  on  the eve-,  nLngs^o������������������JirLday^ancUSaUir.day,Jlee.i  18lh and 19th, beginning at 8 sharp.  Mrs.  T.   Rankine,  L.R.A.M.,  will  be at the piano,,and Mr. Rankine  will be conductor. This ensures an  entertainment  which will be well  worth a trip to Armstrong to see:  Reserved seats, 75c; ordinary scats,  50c; children, 25c.  NOTICE  AMBULANCE LEAGUE WORK  Chocolates that generally sell  fiOc a pound are going this week  35c a pound���������������������������at .foe's.'  It will never pay you to make a  Christmas cake when you can get  such delicious ones as are made by  Joe, in the Enderby Bakery.  Get vour Christmas groceries at  Dill Bros.   We can save you money.  Five Roses and Harvest Queen  Flour at Dill Bros.  Jap oranges, large boxes, all  wrapped, 75c per box.   Dill Bros.  The following list of garments  have been sent to Toronto by the  Enderby. Branch of the Okanagan  Ambulance League: 18 men's  shirts, 5 cholera belts, 14 pair  woolen socks, 1 pair gloves, 1 pair  woolen milts, 37 pair woolen socks,  22 hospital shirts, .18 pillow cases,  12 cholera belts, 3 pair woolen  cuffs, 1 feather pillow.  Received   from   Mara  W. A.:   3  bed jackets, 2 pair pyjamas, 3/night  shirts, 1 pan-  bed socks.  woolen socks, 2 pair  Remember the 20 per cent, discount sale on men's heavy winter  clothing, boots and shoes, shirts  and all Christmas goods.   Dill Bros.  Keep Jan. 1st open. Onthat date  the Enderby Branch of the Ambulance League will give a dance in  K. of P. Hall.  Poultrymen wishing to join the  Enderby Egg Circle can have rules  and full information on application  to Mr. C. . Bigge, Gainford Ranch,  Enderby.  The finest selection of chocolates  and candies lor Christmas shoppers  ever seen in Enderby. Come in and  see them���������������������������at Joe's  We have a fresh supply of shelled  walnuts and almonds. Also mixed  nuts, al 25c a pound.     Dill' Bros  Are  weight  it���������������������������at .  you  of a  loc's.  good   at   guessing  Christmas cake?  the  Try  ORDER your Christmas goose now:  live, $2.50 each; not plucked, 20c  pound; dressed, 25c pound. Apply, Kenneth Strickland, Enderby  CUTTER   WANTED���������������������������Anyone   having good second-hand cutter for  sale; give description and price to  . W. A. Russell, Enderby.  COW & CALF FOR SALE���������������������������Good  young cow with second calf by  side (just in.) H. Dodge, upper  Salmon Arm Road, Enderby.  WANTED���������������������������A sound general purpose horse, with or without cutter. Advise particulars to F.  White, Mara. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 17, 1914  NO HALF-WAY MEASURES FOR CANADA  \ Any-time you hear  *one person talking  nil ill of another in the  absence of the other,  it is safe to keep an  eye on No. One: he's  no doubt the culprit I  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby.   B. C.  Walker   Press.  at  S2   per  year,   by   the  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month. .  Legal Notices:   12i_ a line first insertion: Sc a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading N'oaices and Locals: 15c a line.  DECEMBER 17, 1914  CIVIC THOUGHTFULNESS  Mayor Barnes was home- from Vernon from  Saturday evening until Monday noon, when he  had to return lo lake up .his duties as quartermaster sergeant of the. military camp at that  point. When here Mr. Barnes-.-was asked if he  would be in a position to lake "up the duties of  mayor for another term.   His reply >yas brief:  "I expect to be stationed at Vernon as long as  recruiting is carried on, and, while.I perhaps  could return to Enderby at frequent intervals, it  would be impossible for me to devote thc attention to civic matters lhat is required. It will be  necessary to gel somebody else to' take up the  work, f will not be able "to fill the duties of the  ollice���������������������������not while I am a member of the regiment  and have to be away from bomc."  This makes it out of thc question for Mr-.  Barnes to be looked to as a possible mayoralty  candidate.    It virtually places the mantle upon  There are no half-way measures when it comes  to aid for the Empire as proposed by Sir Robert  Borden and the Government. Before war was  declared the Premier asked thc British Government, through tlie war oflice, "What can we do?"  The request came for an army division of 22,000.  men. /Thirty-two. thousand men were sent by  Canada. The Governri.ie.flf, from thc start of thc  war, has not been forced by public opinion, but  has always led public opinion. Still bigger and  more ambitious plans for aiding the Empire have  been decided upon by the Government, which  must more than satisfy every loyal Canadian.  For some lime Sir Robert Borden, Major-General Hughes and the cabinet have been morking  on the best policy to adopt for a permanent war  policy, which will constantly train, men for the  front and provide for continuous contingents for  the aid of the Motherland and the Empire as rapidly as desired by thc War Otficc. Thc military  experts of thc Government, as well as thc British  War and Home Offices, have been consulted, and  a plan has been adopted which will appeal to all.  There will be raised fifty thousand men in  Canada, who will be kept continuously under  arms and in training to go to the front. With  eight thousand men doing garrison duty, Canada  will thus have constantly in training no less than  58,000 men. There is a force of 32,000 at Salisbury Plains, while a Canadian regiment is on  guard in thc Bermudas, so that altogether Canada  will have, in a few weeks, no less than 91,000 men  under arms.  As soon as the second contingent, which will  consist of 17,000 men, goes forward a force will  be-recruited to bring the total number again up to  fifty thousand, making 108,000 men under arms.  As successive contingents arc sent to thc front  their places will be filled, so that Canada will always have fifty thousand men equipped and training and ready to go at thc call of thc Empire.  BAN K of M O N T R E A L  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000  (paid up)  Rest.  116,000,090  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, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited 30th  June     and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH    . A. E. TAYLOR, Manager  nun  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No.  No.  No.  4  2  2  Novelty Siding,  2z4 and 2x6,  Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $13:00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $3.00 per load  No man is good enough or wise enough to act  as a dictator. Thus speaks Elbert Hubbard in thc  Philistine magazine. Also, a nation that is strong  enough to dictate commercial terms, or war terms  on land or sea, should be trimmed for the protection oi" thc world. No nation is so far advanced,  as yet, lhat is can be trusted with the power of life  and death over other nations. Big armies do not  protect���������������������������big amies bully, terrorize and tyrannize.  The "Slav Mcnace'\is no more to be feared than  the Germanic.   Ask Belgium!     _      *>   -  MUCH DONE IN THREE YEARS  Three years of progressive government have so  remedied the grievances of the western farmers  that the' joint conference of grain growers and  manufacturers believe thc work can be completed  in forty days. This was the time allotted the  Dominion Government by representatives of  these two industries the other day to complete its  programme of aid to agriculture.  The questions brought before the.Government  were technical education for farmers, agricultural  education by demonstration farms and experimental stations, good roads, agricultural credits  and eo-opcraLion to secure remunerative markets  for thc surplus production.  Western Canada is fairly well clotted with'Fed-  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. Your home life can be made  a deal more enjoyable if occasionally 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, ������������������op^  MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND   1914) Incorporated  Patron: His Majesty the King.  President: Field Marshal His Royal Highness the "Duke of Connaught,  ,- . Governor-General of Canada.  BRITISH. .COLUMBIA    BRANCH ',/.-'���������������������������  Committee: His Honor Thos. iW. Pa terson, Lieutenant-Goyernor,  Chairman.       '"������������������������������������������������������    '     ; ���������������������������    - ...  The Hon. Sir Richard McBride, K.   C. M. G. --���������������������������  F. S. Barnard; Hon. Sec.-Trcas.  J. W  Mr. P. Ii. Murphy, who has acted.as acting mayor cral    demonstration    farms   and   experimental  stations.    Only recently it was announced that  two more would be secured in what was thc crop  in  wai  Mr.  Barnes'" absence since the breakout of thc  Mr. Murphy has held lhc executive head of  the city's business well in hand since he has bcenifailurc district this year  iicling"in thai capacity, and has shown himself      Sir Robert Borden drew the attention of thc   welHq-ualifiecH-'ot��������������������������� the- position^��������������������������� Can-he���������������������������be��������������������������� in-rdeputation-to-tliej-Government-s-elr'orts--to-secure  duced lo accept the ollice for thc ensuing year?     | better roads.   It seemed as if thc deputation had  It is a  well-recognized  fact thai  the ensuing1 presented their views on this subject to thc wrong  person:  Sir  Robert  having  tried  to  meet  their  wishes, Sir Wilfrid having thwarted his efforts.  Agricultural credits is a subject -which its advocates admitted was a provincial matter.   They  ENDERBY BRANCH  Committee: Aid. P. H. Murphy, Acting Mayor, President,  Graham Rosoman, City Clerk, Hon. Sec.  Gilman, Manager'Enderby. Branch Union Bank-of Canada,  Hon.-Treas.  The objects of this organization are: "To collect, administer and  distribute a fund for the. assistance, in case of need, of thc wives,  children and other dependent relatives of officers and men, residents of  Canada, who during the present war, may be on active service, wilh  the naval and military forces of the British Empire and Great Britain's  allies." Thus, those who will benefit by the Fund are the depend-'  cuts, not only of Canadian volunteers and regulars, but also of British  army and navy reservists, and of French, Belgian, Servian, Russian  and Japanese reservists who have joined the colors and left dependent relatives in Canada; these soldiers are fighting side by side for a  common cause, and their families are entitled to equal consideration.  Under the direction of the central organization at Ottawa, and  making allowance for differences in the cost of living, the scale of  distribution to those entitled to assistance will be approximately the  .same-=-lhr-oughouUGanada.=-  year-must-he-one of marking lime, as the city's  finances will nol permit of anything else, nor is  it reasonable lo expect anything.else under exist-1  ing financial conditions generally. !  The ensuing'.year will-be'one-demanding the | felt,  however,  after  lhc  failure of  the  Liberal  ���������������������������'closest-possible economy along all lines, and will j Government   in   Saskatchewan   to   redeem   its  ;j:ec[uirji;JJie_x.ityl.^  the men who have, in the past, had a hand upon I cheaper money, tha I,.'.it was useless to continue  il. The present councilmcn are fully conversant! the agitation There, and so came to Ottawa. Sir  wilh civic conditions. They know what to do, j Robert pointed oul that it was a provincial matter  and to what 'extent other work, il* any, can be | bill slated lhat the question was being seriously  undertaken. To make a change, if these men arc j considered by Hon. W. T. White,  willing to lake up the work again, could, very j Three years ago the western farmers were led  easily result in disaster. i lo believe  that  free entrance  to  the American  City Clerk Rosoman. whose services Knderbyj markets would prove a panacea for all their ills,  has been fortunate enough Lo have retained from | Hogs, by the Underwood tariff, were placed on  The Executive Committee of the Enderby Branch earnestly solicit  donations, which may be remitted or handed lo anv of the local  ollicers, or to Mr. H. M. Walker, of the Enderby Press." All contributions will be promptly .acknowledged through The Press.  Oct. 27h, 1914.  GRAHAM   ROSOMAN,  Hoii.-Scc.  SAFETY FIRST  the free list, and now lhe surplus of hogs in Western Canada, for which there is no market, is  causing a loss of thousands of dollars to lhe  farmers. They have lhe American market and  also the hogs, but the market doesn't want the  the dale of inception of civic government, has  at all times handled the city's business in a manner thai is a credit lo the cily. Few towns the  size of Knderby can boast of a city clerk so well  qualified. Because he has succeeded in conducting the cily business so smoothly has led those J hogs. So it is with Ontario apples.' These were  ignorant of the importance of having so efficient! cited as instances where the Federal Government  an officer to believe that anyone could handle the j assistance was required.  job. and, wilh this idea in view, one of the town's j During his reply to the farmers and manufae-  ralcpayers is endeavoring to make up a slate that] hirers, Sir Robert Borden intimated that there  would be favorable to making a change in this \ would be a large increase in grants toward aid to  important branch of thc city's work.   The same j agriculture.   On this subject Professor Gumming  GREEN FEED FOR WINTER  ratepayer would change the holder of that important office of cily constable, believing that the  popular "Bob" Bailey is loo ambitious in the enforcement of the local by-law forbidding the  riding of bicvcles on the sidewalk. It is reallv  surprising what pellyness some people will attempt to weave into town politics. But all these  things have lo be met with lhe best grace possible  under the circumstances by the ratepayers.  paid a strong tribute to the work of thc Federal  Government. He is a representative of the Liberal Government in Nova Scotia, and stated that  the Government's policy of aid to agriculture had  been a marked success, and was administered  without the slightest political bias.  Use  Alfalfa  Meal  ASK YOUR DEALER  Manufactured by  Alfalfa Products Company  ENDERBY  Subscribe for the Press and get the war news  boiled down.  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound y0urave  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS  il  fl b   '"..  /  Thursday, December 17, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  NO ALUM  PLAlNtY*  ^PRINTED<  LULEwhitest.  Magic  baking  ^OWDEF  EiVD OF A LONG LIFE  ��������������������������� It is easier lo learn how to make  money than how not to get rid of it.  OF CANADA  With Cash in the Bank  You Can Buy to  Advantage  You know how everything  costs more when you have to buy  on credit. Why not practice self-  denial a while if necessary, open  a Savings Account in the Union  Bank of Canada, and, with the  money in hand, buy al Cash  prices ? The discounts will help  to swell your bank balance, and  you will have a good start towards  financial independence.  Enderby tail,      J. W, (HUMAN, Manager  SECRET SOCIETIES  1   ,  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge . No. 40.  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after tht  full moon at 8 p. in. m Oddfellows Hall. -. Visitir.p  brethren cordially- invited  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  ''     W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  [jIpwI. 0.0. F.  =5*^"      ""^^Ss/   Eureka Lodge. No. 50  Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in 1. O.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always    welcome. JAS. MARTIN. N. G.   -  r                           C. PARKINSON. V. G.   "  R.E.WHEELER. Secy.  ���������������������������J. R. GAYLO.m  Tr������������������a.������������������.  On Wednesday, Nov. 25th, Dr. N.  0. Walker died in Woodhouse at the  home of his son-in-law, Mr. Joseph  Smyth. He was born on the same  farm in 1832 and it is said that his  paternal grandfather, who was of  sturdy Irish stock, carried a bag of  wheat from the same place on his  back and on foot to Hamilton to  mill when Ihe only road was a  blazed trail through the forest.  The annals of Upper Canada College show the names of many boys,  pupils, of that institution, who have  earned distinction in political, commercial, professional and military  life. The principal of Upper Canada College, in referring to Dr.  Walker's death says: "He was one  of our most distinguished head boys  and his loyalty to his old school  was always a marked feature-of his  character. He was present on prize  day three years ago and made a  long and interesting speech."  The Toronto University records  show that Dr. Walker was a gradu:  ated B. A. in 1855, M. A. in 1856,  M. B. in 1857 and M.D. in 1859.  'He subsequently studied in England and became a member of the  Royal College of Surgeons.   ..  After completing has medical studies the doctor located in Vittoria  and removed to Port Dover two  years later. Here he continued to  live and practice his profession  with a shorty intermission until 13  years ago when he removed to Los  Angeles, Cal., where he, took up  medical practice for about three  years, after which he gave up active  work on account of failing health.  In 1867, just after Confederation,  Dr. Walker ran in the Conservative  interest for the House of Commons,"  his opponent, Peter Lawson, being  elected.  -In .1885 he removed to Toronto  for. a,few months and on the outbreak of the rebellion" iri the Northwest he was. sent by the military  authorities~t'o" the" scene of hostilities, where lie_ had charge of the  base hospital. After the rebellion  h'e.'returned to Port Dover.  ..'���������������������������When in his prime Dr. Walker  'waV considered to' be. one of the  most eloquent public speakers in  this part of the. country-.���������������������������Simcoe  (Ont.) Reformer.  TERRIBLE' FIGHTING  A brother of Mr. Jno. McKay,  laid up in a Dublin hospital, writes  of his experience on the battle line  in Belgium:  "I am back in thc Old Country  again, though is is a little sooner  than I would have wished. I wrote  to you from Belgium on the 18th of  last month, and I got laid out on the  following Wednesday.   It was at a  place called Lille.   I got two bullets  and three pieces of shrapnel���������������������������one  on the nose and one on the knee and  one in the right side and thigh.   But  I am not bad.    I will soon be all  right.   "My  knee   is  a  little   stiff.  Might have to-be operated on, in  that case I will not see the French  frontier for a month or two. -   I  suppose you hear much noise about  the war just now, seeing that Turkey is up in arms.    But that is a  small affair compared with the German Emperor's millions.     I-had 10  weeks of it out there, and I can tell  you it was no joke;   But wc are going to win, for they cannot fight unless they have at least three men to  every one of us.    Just the same I  would like to see it finished and us  fellows back in civilian life again.  The   night   before    I   got   hit   we  charge'd their trenches and before  we left them again some of us were  evading in human blood up to the  boot-mouths.   Truth to tell, I would  not care to be in-the same scrimmage again.'''  NOTICE  SIGNS OF RESTORED SANITY  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 suitable fnrConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address.  R. N. BAILEY. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^CrSKALINGrBrA:   Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  In publicly announcing the loss  of the battleship Bulwark, the British Admiralty gives signs, bf ''restored sanity. It is evident that the  experiment of suppression which  was made in, the mailer of the Audacious did not turn out so happily  as.the censorship expected. Most  of the English people'do not know  that the Audacious was sunk. The  censors have not permitted the  British newspapers to print a line  about it. The detailed reports of  t h"e""U i?a1s t_er~ wlri^^  the American newspapers were obtained by mail. The ostensible purpose of this suppression was to  keep the news from the Germans,  who, of course, soon learned all  about it. The real purpose, however, was to save the Government  from criticism. That is thc purpose  of all censorship which does not  relate to the details of future military operations.���������������������������N. Y. World.  "OUR VERY BEST PEOPLE"  It's the same wherever you go.  Becks Weekly'says: "The directors of the company, are among bur  very best people,' hotly declared a  pro-tramways speaker at the Board  of Trade meeting. Sure they are.  So were the members1 of the Legislature ^yho sold their voles in Quebec last January. And is that any  reason v/hy the people of Montreal  should be taxed for thc next forty  years to pay interest.on the.$30,000,-  000 of 'water' in the present' capitr  alization of ihe Tramways "and its  auxiliary .companies?" -    "*.  Boosting Okanagan Apples  WHERE DO YOU STAND ?  *������������������  E. J. Mack  iLivery, Feed & Sale Stables \ \  ���������������������������       ENDERBY, B. C.  ;   Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  .i   Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  ,'Prompt attention to all customers  ���������������������������.   Land-seekers  and Tourista invited to give us a trial.  Every town is composed of three  elements. Those who work patriotically, vigorously and intelligently for its advancement; those  who are in a state of apathy or indifference, and those who take a  curious delight in discouraging the  efforts of others by ridicule and by  a persistent denial that any progress can be accomplished, and by  boasts of every other town besides  their own. The last class are called  croakers, but they are really something worse, for their opposition  does not arise from despondency,  but from that unenviable spirit that  will neither act itself or suffer  others to act.  Last week was "apple <,week" at  coast cities, and Manager Robertson  of the Unied Growers, exerted special efforts to boost apple sales. All  the wholesale fruit dealers.made big  displays in their ^warehouses, and  there were half a hundred window  display's throughout the retail section. / The apples retailed at $1.50.  in Vancouver,and $1.40 in Victoria,  and-thc wholesalers'contributed 3c  per box on all apple sales for tha  week, whether Canadian or American, for publicity purposes.  Cheaper Coal in Sight  With coal at $6.50 per ton, what  is.wood.worth.as-fuel? This isJhe  question that many * of our citizens  will he asking before many months.  With the coming of the railway,  giving lis close connection with thc  coal beds of the Nicola and Similkameen to the West and the Crow's  Nest country to thc East, it should  be possible lo have coal delivered  here in car lots for not more than  $5 per ton, so lhat a retail price "of  $6.50 will not he impossible for  good coal.���������������������������Summerland Review.  Peace Next Summer, Perhaps  Difference in War Loans  The Austrian war loan of one  billion dollars closed with subscriptions of $290,000,000. The British  war loan of ������������������1,750,000,000 was  greatly over-subscribed.  Thc idea of a two-years' war i.s  disappearing, for no nation (save  our own) could stand it. But peace  before next summer (after a sluggish winter campaign and a fierce  revival in lhe spring) is the earliest  forecast 1 have heard from anyone  in/authority.���������������������������London Nation.  ���������������������������Civilized nations have disarmed  individuals, but who shall disarm  civilized nations?  Hon. Martin Burrell is reported  to be back to his department at Ottawa after an illness from congestion of the lungs.  y������������������~*.-������������������.4~*~������������������.-������������������~*~������������������..������������������<-*-������������������-.*-������������������~*-������������������������������������  Our Dry Goods Department j  is offering some real good j  bargains, in all lines. Have I  a look in. |  POLSON     &     MURRIN   :  Mr. J. B. Dunlop  Will (D. V.) speak in the K. P.  Hall, Enderby, on Lord's Day  Afternoon at 3 o'clock, Dec.  20th; and Tuesday Evening at  7.30, Dec. 22nd.     Subject:  "The Second Coming'of the  Lord Jesus in Connection  with the Present "War."  I!  a It? I  ���������������������������**.   y>% I  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier. Healthier Life  By the Philosopher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER, A. M., M. D.  Aa' cold   weather  disappears  and hot weather cornea on, the  appetite begins to abate.   A big  dinner  doesn't-tempt   us  much;  on Shot July-day.^"-The reason'  Is,' Nature 'is/trying -to prevent  us from taking Into'oVr, bodies,  elements not needed at this sea-  aon of the year.'   We are sen-.  albla. that we'.have ,no^appetlter  compared "with what we had last)  .winter, and we imagine that w������������������'  art  not well  because we  have'  no appetite for. beefsteak, corn-,.  ed .beef and.cabbage,' bread, and  butter,  potatoes,; etc., and that,  if we oiuld tat    these    things  with relish aa ws did    a    few  months ago we would be well;" *  and, pursuing the "false train of  argument    and    conclusion,, we  force ourselves to eat this food  we shouldn't eat, and resort to  liquor or "bitters" or "tonics" to  give lia an appetite.    But I can  aay of a man who is thus fighting against Nature, who  Is attempting to diminish his appetite,  while ha  la doing  all   he  can to Increase it, that the last  state of that man will be worse  than tha first.   The man    who  tata-too-much^during^the-sum���������������������������  mar months,  especially of car  bonaeaeua   or  warming   foods,  will be aa uncomfortable and irritable aa If he should start a  big lira In hie furnace and overheat  hla house.    Such  food   is  no men* needed for the body In  warm weather than we need to  burn odaJ In our furnaces in mid  euinmar.    Nature    understands.  Tha berry end the melon have  na oarbon at all, and  most of  tha frurte have but a trace, and  If we would  eat    the    cooling  vegetablee, aplnach, fruits, bar-  rlaa, melons, etc, we might rid  eureelvee    of    much    sickness.  ���������������������������ut we resolutely shut our eyes  against the light, and ruthlessly  and  recklessly pander    to    our  passions   and   our   appetites   to  our own undoing.  SYNOPSIS OF GOAL M1NIKG REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the'Dominion 7  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and < Al- =,  berta, .' the Yukon.. Territory -,;>,tht, 7  Northwest; Territories.'.aiuT a"; portion";.,  of -' the'-province :bf yBritisti^'Columbia;;"'"*  may be leasedfor a term-of .twenty-';.;!  one; years at an" annual TentaJ/'6r.$l"'  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acresT  will be leased to one applicant. * -:'��������������������������� -;7  ,Application;- for" ya . lease'. must -br{  made by'the,--applicantTiri person'to. v  the /Agent or -- Btib-Agent ,,of the dia-L.',  .trict in which rights, applied for are ;  'situated., ,...'., :/S;  -rin'Buryeyed territory the land must "--  be deboriued' by-   sections, '\ or...'.legal"'1,  sub-divisions of   sections] and inun-, '���������������������������-  .surveyed -territory " the' tract applied /"  for shall be staked out by the appli-. -  cant himself.   "- S   S-'-'."    \-,->���������������������������--"<"7*7-'  Each   application   must'be acconJr/7"  panied by a fee   for $5 which will'be  refunded if the rights��������������������������� applied for are,  jot available,  but not otherwise.   A*  royalty   shall   be paid7on.'-the mer- -  chantable: output of the mine at the '  rate of five" cents per ton. ,.  ,' The person operating the mine shall" .  furnish the Agent with sworn"returns" '  accounting for   the   full quantity of'. *  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  I royalty therein.     lr the coal mining ."  j rights are   not   being" operated, .such  returns should   be furnished at least  once a year.  ���������������������������r-he-lease-<vilHDcludeHhefcoal-minj==  ing rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application  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,    -      x  Deputy Minister "of the Interior.  - N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication    of  his advertisement    will  not be paid  for.  0. K. Barber Shop  H. HENDRICKSON,  Proprietor  :;77zs������������������  ���������������������������t       ~*     Trr  S'S* ij,  (Copyright, X910. by W. O. Ciiapm*jU  ������������������-���������������������������-������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������-  ! Royalitc Coal Oil in bulk; .}  J. 3 gals, for $1.00. It pays to i  ��������������������������� buy it that way. i  i  POLSON     &     MURRIN  Difference  in  Procedure  J  The mail order house does the  business because it tells the people  what it has to sell and what price  it asks. The local merchant who  does not advertise simply takes  chances on an occasional call for  certain goods. In the meantime the  mail order house gets thc business.  Everything   new   and    up-to-date.  Next thc Fulton Block, Enderby  OVER 66 YEARS'  PERIENCC  Trade Marks  DeatdNa  Copyrights Ac.  Anyons.Mndlnf ��������������������������� iketcb and dotetlptlon m.j  qnlolclr ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention la probably patentable.  Communis.  tlonMtrlcUycontUonUal. HANDBOOK enPatcuU    ._    i tnrouea  epteial notiti, without oaarge, la ths  aent free. OldestUaency foraecurlAapatenu.  Patents taken throueh Jlunti A Co. r*o������������������lv������������������  Scientific American.  A handaomely Ulatttated weekly. Larrtt ������������������lr-  cnlVtoD of any scientific Journal. Tarnn for  Canada, fa.73 a year, postage prepaid. Sold, by  aU newjdsalera,  MI).NN8Co.36IBro'd^NewYoik  Branca Office, (25 F SU Washington, D. C THE" ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 17, 1914  Presentation Banquet Given  Mr. A. E. Taylor by Enderby Friends  It was a very jovial gathering: that made thc hours of festivities  which assembled at the King Ed-j seem all too brief,  ward dining morn Monday night,; ; After drinking to thc toast "The  on the occasion of presentation; King," Sheriff Brew, of Vernon,  banquet given-by Enderby citizens ! was called upon lo respond-lo'lhat  in honor of .Mr. A. E. Taylor, who of "The Army and Xavy." Briefly  has relinquished the management j lhe speaker alluded to the gallant  of lhe local branch of the Bank of; fighting of both branches of the  Montreal, and leaves this'" week, for j Empire's'defense, and spoke with  Chatham, X.B., where he lakes over confidence of The ultimate outcome,  the management of the Chatham j Speaking of the recruiting done in  branch of the same bank. His! the Valley, he said 1000 men had  successor, Mr. E. J. White, late of already volunteered from the Oka-  Halifax, with Mrs. While and chil-1 nagan towns. .Recruiting is slill  dren,  arrived   the   past  week,  and  and  lhc  and  and  lhc  going'on,-, he ���������������������������said,..and he believed  it to be the duly of all citizens to  do what they could, if Ihcy could  not volunteer themselves then to  encourage those who are physically  fit and fool-free.  Speaking to the toast "Our Guest"  Mr. Reed in a i'ew earnest words expressed thc regret that was gencr-  residence here, in all movements' ally felt al the loss of one who had  initiated looking lo the advance-! spent so-many years in Enderby  ment of Enderby and district. ! and had always taken such interest  Twenty-two friends gathered , in every movement looking io the  around sumptuously laden tables: advancement of the town and dis-  when Rev. C. Reed, as master .of j trict. , Letters of regret al not being  ceremonies, led the guest of ��������������������������� honor ; able to be present were read "from  Mr. While is now in charge.  The-presentation banquet was lhc  culmination of a movement undertaken by Enderby citizens some few  weeks ago, to give lo Mr. Taylor  some small token of their esteem  in remembrance of tlie unselfish  service   given   by  him   during   his  into the prettily decorated dining I Major Henniker, Cily Clerk Roso-  room. ft was one of the typical | man and Manager Henderson, of  Paddy Murphy banquets���������������������������lhc tables [ the Vernon Bank of Montreal.  under their weight of! Following these Mr. Rccd presented Mr. Taylor with a valuable  gold watch, and, for Mrs. Taylor, a  good  things and lhe banquettcrs  endeavoring eagerly to relieve them  of Ihe load. fl was between ten  and eleven when scats were taken,  and al 2. a. m. the merry friends  departed for their homes.  ���������������������������Mr. Reed as toast master, acquitted himself admirably, and the replies to the various toasts were  given   with   a   sparkle   of   humor  I SPECIAL PRICES on all j  | Heating Stoves and Ranges?  ? ���������������������������and they are right, too. !  I POLSON     &     MURRIN   t  * .������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -���������������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������t-������������������..������������������-������������������-������������������..������������������..������������������~...���������������������������..���������������������������..������������������-..������������������_..,���������������������������...������������������..������������������.  beauliful necklace.  - Responding, Mr. Taylor said he  could not'find words to express his  deep feeling of gratitude on  such an occasion as this. It was  nol necessary for such a demonstration to remind him of the great  kindness of the people of Enderby  toward him and his. After so long  a residence here, he' regretted sincerely that he was about to leave,  for he had learned to respect and  to appreciate the people of Enderby  foMheir broad ways and big hearts.  I He hoped and had determined to  make il possible for him to return  to Enderby at some future date and  ? ENDERBY MUSIC STORE I  v  73he Balance  of our  Xmas Goods  are arriving"  this week  ;j; Including all kinds of pres-  % ents for the Little Ones,  % and the whole of our stock  % in all classes of goods, has  :{:'to be cleared out before  :j: the end of the year, and  % our  prices  'will' 'do   "it."  f MONEY TALKS  % these dull times, and it's  % money we are going to  % have if bargains in this  J class of goods will bring it.  V  x  Look for Bargains in the following %  lines-FOR CASH: I  Dolls Toys *  Fancy China Cut Glass  Musical Instruments       Glassware *  Sheet Music Music Folios       *  V  ���������������������������:���������������������������  And EXTRA SPECIAL inducements in f  Phonographs and all kinds of Records *  to make this his home. To his  successor, Mr. White, he referred  in happy terms, and thc best he  could wish for him and Mrs. White  during their residence here was  the same degree of kindness  consideration on the part of  citizens of Enderby lhal he  his had been honored with.  The names of Mr. Gillman  | Mr. While were coupled lo  [toast "Our Financial Insliiulions."  Mr. Gillman graciously shifted upon the shoulders of Mr. White the  responsibility of making the reply.  Speaking of financial conditions  generally, Mr.'-."While said that as  Canada, the last of the western  countries, was developing rapidly,  perhaps, :too rapidly, there was  bound'to be more or less speculation difficultyyfrom time-to time.  To curb over-speculation our  financial institutions had taken  sleps two years ago ' to reduce  credits along certain lines, and  whether the war had conic at this  lime or not, the Dominion was certain to be forced through a period  of financial depression. Canada,  he said, was fortunate in having  such far-sighted men at the head of  our financial institutions. Fortified  as we are by the action of these  institutions taken two years ago, it  will enable us the quicker to recover from tlie effects of the war  depression. There can be no question as to Canada's future. [I will  become one of- the greatest' countries in the world. When the war  is over there will be such an inllux  of people from Europe thai the  Dominion will be the wealthiest  colony the British Empire possesses  and he fell lhat there was no pari of  the Dominion that gave greater  promise than lhat which wc are  now living in.  Replying to the toast "Our Valley'  Mr. Chas. Little, of Mara, laid serious stress upon the need of cooperation. Me said it was the fault  of the cut-throat policy followed in  the, marketing of our produce lhat  entailed low prices more than it  was lhc competition from the fruitgrowing sections in thc slates.  Wc had been able this season, he  said, lo ship carloads of fruit into  Ihe United States markets, paying  lhc duty of 25c a box, ancl slill  meet the prices across thc line wilh  a good margin of profit, which  went io prove lhat wc had nothing  to fear from that quarter. Me appealed for closer co-operation and  more loyalty lo thc selling organization already established in the Okanagan.  ��������������������������� Mr. Walker responded to the  loasl "Thc Press," nnd Dr. Keith  and Mr. Davies to "The Learned  Professions." Coupled to the toast  "Thc Business and Industrial Institutions of the Town," were the  names of Mr. Lemke, Mr. Gibbs and  Mr. M u r ri.n, _a 11. o f...whom - s p ok (^encouragingly of the present and  glowingly of [he future.  "The Ladies" were toasted by  Mr. Knight, Mr. R. C. Attenborough  and-Mr. Dickson, following which  there was the singing of "Should  Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot" and  one of the happiest of evenings Was  closed.  ������������������****<~:~:������������������:vx^  ���������������������������    Invictus Shoes ' The Home of Style ���������������������������*���������������������������  ff for Men & Women '    Craft Clothing    Y  &  IN MEN'S SUITS  AND OVERCOATS  ���������������������������Y  y  y  y  y  y  . V  ���������������������������  y  ���������������������������  No question about values.  Wc guarantee style, fit .-and  quality. See our STYLE- *  CRAFT CLOTHING and *  note the price. y  ������������������������������������������������������.  Men's  Tweed,  fancy  grey ���������������������������>  and brown mixtures; size, *  36 lo 44....$9.50 to $14.75*  Navy -'Clay" Serge Suits, ���������������������������  worth $20.00; NOW $16.50 $  *  Special Prices, Men's Overcoats f  Tweed   Coats,   convcrlable ���������������������������>  collar $8.50 to $15.00 %  Black Milton, Vlevet Collar ������������������  the latest $15.00. *  Boys' Clothing  y  There is no necessity to take  a chance by sending mail  orders for your Boy's Suits.  Wc have a complete range &  of first-class tailored suits, y  Tweeds and Navy Serges; ���������������������������:���������������������������  sizes, 24 to 34; bloomer %  pants,     $3.50 to $6.50 *  Youth's Suits, long pants; &  sizes, 33 to 35  *  ...,$9.00 & $10.00 per suit "  ���������������������������  v  We have just received.a new shipment of Women's,  Misses' and Children's Shoes, made of solid leather, at 20  per cent below regular price.    Full stock to choose from.  Our lines of the famous,MALTESE    CROSS    RUBBERS"  arc complete.. Mail ordcrs-prbniplly attended  to.  *  t  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������ FOREMAN & ARMSTRONG,   Armstrong, B. C.  The annual meeting of Ihe Nor-  Ihern Okanagan Farmers' Institute  will be held in K. I\ Hall, Saturday/  December 19th. at'll a.m.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, s  cnH give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  WANT ADS  ��������������������������� FOR    RENT���������������������������Our    collage,   opp.  Fortune School. J. A. Dougal. s  FOR SALE���������������������������Sweet cider, cooking  apples', cider 'vinegar. Geo. R.  Lawes, Enderby Heights.  WHY use inferior wood when yon can  BURN  BAXTER'S BEST BIRCH.  Leave orders at Dill Bros.  FOR SERVICE���������������������������Pure-bred Berkshire boar; $2.00. Geo. Andrews,  Enderby. 3t.  FIRST-CLASS BOARD and rooms;  reasonable rales; Rradlcy house.  Our Groceries   I  are Al Quality at right I  prices and good service !  POLSON     &     MURRIN   I  OVERCOATS  Tf you gel your overcoat cleaned  and pressed, it will save you getting  a new one.  A.   E.   WEST'S  Ladies'  and   Gents'  Tailor  Enderby  Christmas Cake  Surprise at the  Brownie Tea Rooms  Cliff St.,   Opposite Walker Press  I  ���������������������������-���������������������������*.������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������"���������������������������'.���������������������������������������������.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������"���������������������������"���������������������������"���������������������������..���������������������������-���������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������..  .'.!..:������������������:������������������������������������������������������:������������������������������������������������������:������������������������������������������������������:������������������:<  J. E. CRANE, Proprietor |   '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������x������������������x������������������:..x..><..:..:..>.:..x.<. *  } Sec our new McClary Range  " ���������������������������The   Clary.       It's   some  Range, at a popular price.  ������������������������������������������������������:���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������  .,-......,  POLSON  ~i..������������������-������������������.. ������������������..���������������������������-......  &     MURRIN    I  '\A NIGHT OFF"  Enderby Opera  House,  To-rriorrow  Night,  Dec.  18th   CAST  Susan, "the Brassiest," ..<"���������������������������. . .Miss Francis Mowat  __:_���������������������������Procol,:U^^^  Justinian Babbitt, Professor of Ancient History  in the Campdown University,. .Mr. R. L. Stocker  Angciica Damask, his eldest daughter,  Miss Elliott  JTary Damask, his son-in-law,..7.. .Mr. J. W. Gilman  Marcus Aurelius Snap, in pursuit of fame and  fortune,- under   various 'legitimate   aliases   Mr. Milton A. Stevens  Lord-Mulberry, in pursuit of Jack. .Mr. G. G. Campbell  Mrs.  Zanlippa  Babbitt,  Professor of  Conjugal  Management  in the  Professor's household   Miss Mabel  R.  Gibbs  Nisbc Babbitt, the youngest imp of the household     . ��������������������������� .Miss Hazel L. Stevens  Jack Mulberry, in pursuit of fortune, under the  name of Cholmondclay Mr. Frank R. Prince  Time: recently.    Place: nearby.  ACTS 1, 3 ancl 4: Professor Babbitt's Study.  ACT 2: Dr. Damask's Silling Room.  MUSICAL SELECTIONS ���������������������������  Between Acts 1 and 2:  Song    ��������������������������� ��������������������������� Miss Seymour  Violin Solo ".. Mr. E. L. Bawtrec  Between Acts 2 and.3:  Violin Solo   Mr. E. L. Bawtrce  Song     Miss Seymour  Between Acts 3 and 4:  Song, "It's a Long Way lo Tippcrary"   Mr- L- J- Proctor  Pianoforte Solo ���������������������������. , ��������������������������� Miss E. Tocque  Accompanist: Mrs. G. R. Lawes.  The dance will commence 10 minutes after the conclusion of. thc play.  No extra charge.  - '1

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