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 /'-/  p "* -  r<  ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������'     ,>V  .- ���������������������������    FSt    -..*** -rf*'  Enderby, B.C., November 19, 1914  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No.-38; Whole No: 340  I'*  ENDERBY NEWS. IN BRIEF  Born���������������������������rOn Nov.- 17th, to Mr. and  Mrs. Louis Weiger, a son.  Born���������������������������On Nov. 18th, to Mr. andj  Mrs. Slaplelon, a daughter.  Mrs. A.-C. Lcighlon left on a visit  to Kcntwood, La., the past week.  Mrs. R. E. Best and family left for  their Alberta home last Thursday.  , The Brownie Tea -Rooms were  opened the past week, in thePyman  block. ,���������������������������  Remember the W. A. bazaar in K.  of P. Hall next Saturday afternoon  and evening.' ,,.  A. E. Taylor and H." G. Davies return from thc. coast today, .where  they spent thc past week.    **  Mrs. Gus1 Schultz returned from  a visit of a few weeks to Spokane  and neighboring points^ on Friday.  The Women's Club will meet on  Saturday, Nov. 21st, at 2.30, at the  Mrs. Walker's house. . Subject,  "Women at War Time'"  ��������������������������� Parish of Enderby:-Sunday next  before Advent���������������������������Mattins, Mara; 10.30  Evensong, Grindrod,'3 .p.m.; Evensong,-. Enderby, 7.30;p.m:     .-    ������������������������������������������������������',;;  ; "A meeting of-'the Northern -Okanagan Poultry .Association-Twill-be  Germans Still a Long- Way from Calais  108th day of the war. '  69th day of Battle of the Aisne.  37th day of Battle of Flanders.  :held iiLtlie City Hall Saturday, Nov.  21st,-* at 2.30 p. m'.,~, to: elect olficers  ���������������������������for next year.-. ' -.       "   _  - ~S"'7 7  ;..,,Mrs.".Gillman,    who'* hasy been'  * spending' the' past few Weeks -twith  . "her. son'and daughter/Mr.'and^Mrs.  ; "M. ,W.; Gillmanr'b'f Ehjiefbyj'*lefUfof  . her- Alberta "home' yesterday.", SS..i  \ ; -A'numbcr ofTW. G: Pell's Pythian-  brothers surpriscd.'him.al the .meeting of the-lodge .Monday evening  by presenting him with a wedding  gift of a-beautiful  set of .Liinoger  from the stock'of J. E: Crane.- ������������������������������������������������������-  The Girls' Guild of the Presbyterian Church will hold a sale of  useful articles, on December '9th,'  evening only, in thc basement of the  Church. ��������������������������� In addition to the sale, an  excellent program will be rendered.  "A Night Out,", is the title of a  playlet which local talent is, preparing 'to give in aid of the Canadian Patriotic Fund, in the" Opera  House on December 18th. It is said  to be a comedy of much merit, and  a treat is promised.  A cantata and musical program  is to be held in the Presbyterian  __Chur_ch_on_the_evcnjng of December  "3rd, when the .augmented" choir, as-  ' sisted by a soprano and a baritone  soloist from Vernon, will Tender a  program, of   music   of   very   fine  quality. .   ,     ,  Arthur Tomkinson, of Grindrod,  has just had the patent rights issued  to him  for a planer knife-setting  gauge, which is claimed to be a vast  improvement on anything now in  use bv anv of thc sawmills.   It has'  .an adjustable straight edge, and_will  set   knives   either   on   the   main  cylinder,    side-edge^   or   moulding  cylinder, and will adjust them at  any angle.   Mr. Tomkinson is now  negotiating   with a   manufacturing  firm with the object of gelling the  new contrivance on lhe market.  London, Nov. 16.���������������������������Premier Asquith stated today in thef(House of  Commons that the war already was  costing Great Britain from $4,500,-  000 to $5,000,000 daily.  ���������������������������The greatest single demand ever  made upon the material resources  of Great Britain was voiced by Premier Asquith when in the House of  Commons, he moved an additional  credit for.war purposes of $1,250,-  000,000,. which, in addition to the  millions already voted'in August, is  equivalent lo an increase of more  than fifty per cent, in,the national  debt.- The.House voted unanimously for the additional'war. credit  of $1,250,000,000 'asked for by the  Premier. " The measure introduced  by the Government last week for an  additional army of ,1,000,000 men-  also was -adopted unanimously.  The" Premier lold the House that  the-largest,portion ofithe first $500,-  000,000 alreadj7votcd.hacLbeen expended} in lhe- conduct.of- military,  operations, loans to"5the'Alli"cs"<aricf  disbursement's'for'food," supplies.f oh  the country. ^ ,; * S7? ��������������������������� ���������������������������'- V. 'S  - With regard'to fhepurpose of the  new? credit; the-far greater bulk,of  this nvbiild*bev for'army and navy-  expenditure's; ^theiPreraienjisaid.yf1?'  .;' ��������������������������� AhotHerylarge -"item "wasi made"'lip  of loans of .money to'others,amount-  ing to .$215,000,000.. The -principal  items in?th'is list-were to tlie "Belgian-'  Government-$50,000,000 and .to Servia $4,000,00,0; on'which' nojnlerest  "was to be charged, until the *cnd*of  thc. war.*, Other loans'to ."tlie'self-  governing', dominions - of- Canada,  South*' Africa," Australia and New  Zealand, 'countries whicn'-under ordinary- circumstances would be  compelled y"lo borrow in the London market, would account for  $151,250,000 of the new credit,, for  the.reason that the-British Government-has undertaken the responsibility of raising loans for these dominions. <     .    _  Regarding the cost of the war, thc  Premier said he could hold no hope  that these expenditures were likely  to be diminished. The present  measure carried provisions to  March^31st,-^whiclu=svould=not_only_  satisfy the calculations based on  experience, but would leave in hand  a reasonable margin.  Germans are acting seriously  against the Russian movements, and  the enemy's retreat from Warsaw  may prove as disastrous lothe Russians as the Allies' retreat to'Paris  proved for the Germans.  a report of terrific'*, fighting, with j der the military railroads of the  ground lost and'retaken by the Allies, with no decisive results on  cither side. A few days ago it was  reported that the Allies had retaken  Dixmude, but this, report must have  been an error, for it has since been  offcially stated" that the Germans  are'still holding Dixmude, but have  been unable- to advance from that  point. Under dale of Nov. 18th a  report from London'says thc Germans have been forced lo completely evacuate the left bank of thc Yser  canal, and that the floods are seriously jeopardizing'the-German position at Dixmude." Recent days  have been entirely- favorable to thc  Allies, the report says, and it may be  certain that, the retreat of the enemy; from Dixmude is simply-a question ..of time.,      -   -������������������ *      ���������������������������,-   '���������������������������  .Between''bur-force's and the Germans, the whole way from Nieuport  to Dixmude,'' there is a .protective  sheet of-"water; and all.hope's'of an  advance by'.thc.erieniy in this .quarter'have been, frustrated;-,,7V1"���������������������������������������������' -'",  *i At,all" points-along-the'Aisiie thc  " "  "       f  RED CROSS WORK  AllielcLline refuses tp:yield*a.f6pt-o  ground.'-' -Nothing: of 'fan-'important  tufe'has been'rcpo'rtedyfrom^this  a'rtcr.the past .we'dk.7 -?' "S ;    VU",".  All ������������������������������������������������������ 1 ^ /������������������        1     ���������������������������  ���������������������������        + ������������������ 1        '** t*  GERMANS STILL ON OFFENSIVE  CARD OF THANKS  Wc take this means of publicly  thanking, all friends for the many'  evidences of sympathy and esteem  shown in connection with the passing of our beloved father, and particularly for the many beautiful  ���������������������������floral pieces placed upon his casket  in remembrance of his life of helpfulness and service.  Mns. A. Campbell,  R. N. Bailey,  And Brothers and Sisters  Enderby, Nov. 13, 1014.  canadTan PATRIOTIC FUND  For dependents of soldiers at Front  The   Executive   Committee   acknowledges  with  thanks  donations  as under: .       .  Previously acknowledged .. .$10.00  Friend .'-.    5.00  $15.00  Farmers' Institute Funds  Previously acknowledged ..$144.75  W. F. Coilin       1.00  Miss Langdon       2.00  Germany's persistent offensive in  Flanders is still undecided. Thc  attacks' one day are reported lo be  light and ineffective, then will come  o  natu  qua  *--"Allv the,heavy, fighting?thus -far  has faileM.to give .the Germans.any.  .'advantage. - All,.their, heav'yv losses1,  ,the*;exten tesofciwhi cli^ierhaps^wil 1  never be known; has. failed"to convince;, the- enemy, that^ the*1 French  coast towns arcrunaltainab]e;,while  sriow,--4rain .'arid,'cold haveV-tricd* the  troops severely. I '" "\ -'^..SS  ���������������������������': How "valiantlyjthe Germans.have-  been meeting death", in what-has'to  date, been a hopeless-task,-is recounted, by a British army's official  cyc-witness'at the front," Col. Swin-  ton, who, describing the " recent  fighting around Yprcs', said: "Their  dogged perseverance -claims our  whole-hearted  admiration."  Berlin experts,;judging from the  reports reaching London, have been  discussing lhe German retreat from  Warsaw with great Condor. They  declare they are' as proud of the  skill with which this movement was  accomplished as are the British of  their retirement after the battle of  Mons. It would appear from the  reports now coming in"that the re-  trca Lo Lthc-Germa n s_toJheir=bordejk  fortifications, was-like the stretching of an elastic from its base-line.  The advance army having been defeated around Warsaw, could not  get a foot-hold lo enable it to bring  forward ils base-line, so had to retreat to the border. Here the Russian advance has thus far been  checked, and is meeting with tremendous  rcsislcnce.    On  tbe bor-  LORD ROBERTS DEAD  .The death of Field Marshall  Roberts,.which occurred Saturday  evening, 'Nov. 14th, al the headquarters of lhc British expeditionary forces in France, was extremely  sudden. ^He was. in his-usual good  health .when he. left England, -Wednesday. He had a rough trip crossing thc Channel, but the aged soldier felt no ill^effects, and., went  through, with his program /on the  conlinent./'He^was about tor'return  home, when death occurred;.--v-* 77  He- had.;motpred', to.- the British  bases and- camp's; had' reviewed ^h'e  Indian troops and ^ had conferred  ���������������������������with "leading officers'. - It' was not  until, after dinner ���������������������������.time'" Friday 'eve-:  ning'that'heVcomplained of a slight  J3hi.ll.'-"JAs'he' was.subject- foMrifl^ng  chest troubles/lie followedyhis, usual  pronou  his ..condition", critical": .."They,.- re-  lievecLUieygencral qf/hisl-pain"ari*d  'he'^fcll'fa^l'eci^  diinngVsleep.y    r.  ,   ''''77--lt'A.Vf.':  7FrederickV Sleigh.' Roberts^was;  born 'a^sbldicr;ihis father Avas^Gcri-  eralfSir-Abraham' Robei;ls,'j G'.iC7*B:,  andJiis,mother\vas a daugliter-of.  .Major.'Bumbury- of, thc 62nd;1 Foot.*,  At the-age pl719 be became, aid/de  eamp'under-his'fatheiy and through:  out his,life he was in activeseryice:  for,.thc empire,-and "by his cxtraor-,  dinary military genius, brought vie-'  lory to lhe British arms "in whatr  ever engagement he had command.'  The ladies of Grindrod and Deep.  Creek have been most successful in  their efforts in connection with the  ,  Red   Cross   work   undertaken   by."-  them..    The tea and concert given":-  at'.Grindrod school-house on Nov. 7  2nd,'was an invitation affair, given  by the Grindrod ladies lo the ladies'.'  of Deep  Creek.    By , a   misunde'r1,-.  standing a collection was asked for,- .:���������������������������" \, *i  whereas no collection whatever was r S-Ssy\  wanted or meant to be asked for.  The -concert was a most successful --  affair, there being 84 people in at:*. -  tendance, not counling-thc school.^''  children, and" a most enjoyable "af-~'/;  ternooii was spent by all.    'y ir''"-^  "Following are the garments sentU*  in and made by. the Grindrod-Dcepr. *  Creek   ladies:  .10   bed  jackets,'.l������������������ .  pyjamas, 2  cholera  belts,- 17  day  shirts, 1'sweater, 11 draw "shccts,v8 '  pillows, 8 pair-knitted mills, 1 "scarf "  and 1 pair socks.        -   " *V~ -'-\-S^ ,^\  '-These garments, .etc., -were * sen f .  b'yl,the .ladies   to -the; Vancouver  ,  branch ofMlie"* Canadian'Red, Cross," S  and-," the.,.,following, "acknowledge-%-^S7-fiM  ment-has been received:"4-- -\. .7Vrf>7'-f4ff<^5  '7*.Dear7Mi;s7 Bulcharl:S'AVcAikvch^^l  received.- a Mine collection, of <-Rcd-4^V^r&|p  Cross-supplics'Trom-^'oUvtodhyV-ahd^^MSg  they lcave^vilh lours "bri^Triday.^T^'A-i^Pi^  ^ -r$< tit. <  -'' > Mi  v j-������������������ r  ���������������������������"������������������**���������������������������  He was a soldier  and admired and  mies.   He was 82  loved by his men  feared by his cne-  years" of age.  If ^possible," iU would /be^ wiser? to' ^>^: ^VS|  pacM'ntb.case^'as^soine'io.fiJhe-ipil-^^^/s^  .lows^got- -very.��������������������������� dirty,? en^route.vbut V- * s "?l  j,\ve haye.'made thcnrallright.'.-.' ���������������������������.y^** " f/"  i/./'Our .last.'consignment left^licre "-��������������������������� -'  oh^'the-29th'of. October and:was, - ,  "shipped  pn.'board?vthe''Principello '11  .from Montreal yesterday,.which is^,/pr-  really very good, going.  - '': > ������������������������������������������������������   y";7".^  ', "After Triday- we .shall "ship 23rdy." ������������������������������������������������������  jof-November, if'yoii have anything'  to come in.   S '    _     -    -,>''������������������������������������������������������_ -.,-  "With kind regards, sincerely, ���������������������������  u F. M. E. RANSOM, V.-Cbairman  ��������������������������� Vancouver,-Nov! 11,-1914.  ��������������������������� /, - r-  . a,/  CITY COUNCIL MEETING  ' AUDACIOUS SUNK  ������������������The British super-dreadnaught  Audacious, is reported to have been  sunk off thc Irish coast by a mine.  A Washington report says the U. S.  Government was officially notified  .oLthe=_di.sasleii.aUhtL=.time,Lbut^yas  asked to keep the secret. Tbe British Admiralty has neither denied  nor admitted lhat the Audacious  went down. Detailed accounts of  the sinking of the warship have  been published, all eminating from  eye witnesses on the White Star  liner Olympic, which, the report  says, assisted in the rescue of the  crew from the Audacious.    $147.75  Trade, where thc trading is good.  Poison & Murrin.  Messrs. Bobbs & Johnston'have  cut down thc picture shows lo one  night a week���������������������������Saturday���������������������������and are  making a change of the film service  at the same time. They are giving  the best service obtainable, and are  showing scenes taken in the war  zone along with thc regular feature  films. Admission for adults has  been placed at 25c; children remains at 10c. Last Saturday evening lhe program was exceptionally  interesting, and the audience large.  The City Voters' List is required  by law to be closed at 5 p.m. on  the 30th November. AH assessed  property, owners' names arc placed  on the list without any action on  their part: Owners who have not  been assessed���������������������������for example, those  who have purchased property since  thc last assessment was- made���������������������������  should make a point of registering  at the City Hall before the end of  thc month; if they do not do so  their names cannot legally be added  lo the list. .  Some wonderful bargains are being offered at the Timberlake  jewelry store, Armstrong, this week.  Take a look through our store when  you visit Armstrong.  You please your purse when you  buy hardware at Murrin's.  Afternoon leas or evening lunches  are served daintily and well at Joe's  Just plain P-o-l-s-o-n & M-u-r-r-i-n  ���������������������������keep us in mind!  INDIAN MISSION CHURCH  Father La j unc dedicated the new  mission 'church on the Indian reserve last Sunday. It will be remembered that the old church was  struck' by lightning on July 12th  last, and burned to the' ground.  The Indian department at once  came lo the assistance of the Indian's and set aside -31,000 towards  the erection of a new church.  rl he new edifice was erected on a  far prettier site and in a less exposed position, west of the Vernon  road and north of the Canyon road.  Wm. A. Russell superintended the  work on the building, and most of  lhe work was performed by the Indians themselves.  They now have a very neat building, and thc interior finish i.s quite  as-modern and artistic, as that to be  found in any of lhe churches in this  vicinity.  After the dedicatory services in  the afternoon, Father Lajune christened three dusky infants, which  looked like a good start in the right  direction.  NO. THREES IN NO. ONE BOX  CUTTERS AND SLEIGHS  A nice line of cutters and sleighs  has just been received by the undersigned. Investigate. You will find  prices and quality right and terms  the best. JAS. McMAHON.  Wail until you see our Christmas  toys.   Poison & Murrin.  Fruit Inspector E. L. Clark laid a  complaint against the Salmon Arm  Exchange the past week, charging  the Exchange wilh shipping "No. 3  apples under a No. 1 label. I lis attention was called to the box of  apples in question by a Calgary retailer, and the inspector at once  laid the complaint. The case was  tried before Magistrate Johnson, at  Salmon Arm on Tuesday, and, the  Exchange, manager pleading guilty,  thc minimum fine of $10 and costs  was imposed.  It developed al the trial lhal the  apples were packed in the orchards  of Frank Black. The box bore a  No. 1 label, bul lhe figure 1 had  been made inlo a No. 3 with a pencil, and it was claimed by Mr. Black  thai-he had sold the fruit for No. 3.  However, the commercial label for  No. 1 and No. 3 fruit is entirely different, and the Fruit Marks Act will  not allow No. 3's lo be packed in a  No. 1 labeled bd\\.  It was claimed by the Exchange  manager that there had apparently  been no intention on the pari of Mr.  Black lo get rid of No. 3 fruit for  No. 1, though the Exchange could  nol escape lhe charge as laid.  This should acl as a warning to  others, as il is an evidence that the  fruit inspector intends to enforce  Ihe Fruit Acl.  At a regular niccting of the City  Council held last Monday, evening,  'Acting Mayor Murphy  was  in  the,  chair, and Aldermen Dill, Mack and .  Robinson around Ihe table.  - The report "of the committee/of  the whole, (covered in our report  of the meeting in last week's issue  ,0 U h e_Pras s}-=w asjiciu Lan < Lad o p tat "-._=  7 By-law No. 77, (Licence By-law)  was read for Ihe second and third.'  times and duly.passed and sealed,  with minor*'amendments which did  not alter materially the By-law as it  first came before the Council.'  - J. F. Johnson was appointed assessor for Ihe city and school district for 1915, for thc remuneration  of $100; the said work of assessing  to he begun on lhc 20lh day of November and completed by-the 20lh-  of January, 1915.  - The City Clerk was instructed lo  arrange wilh the Bank of Montreal  for a temporary loan pending receipt   of   the   government   school  <r\  grant  31.si.  for the quarler ending Dec.  AIRS. A. PAUL DEAD  II was a great shock lo tlie community lo learn Wednesday morning of Ihe death, at their home  norlh of Enderby, of Mrs. A. Paul.  Deceased had been a sufferer from  diabetes for the past two years, but  was in her usual stale of health until Sunday, when she Jook to her  bed. The acute slage of the disease  developed rapidly, accentuated by  the weather conditions, anil lhe end  came. Wednesday morning.  ���������������������������.'������������������������������������������������������.Mrs. Paul,was an Enderby  ii'eer, and had a wide circl  ���������������������������friends', in lhis vicinity who  deeply regret her going. Mr.  and a son and daughter survive her.  Funeral service will be held from  the home on Saturday afternoon a I  3 o'clock, interment.to take place at  the liiiderby cemetery^  1)10-  le of  will  Paul  Delicious fresh candies at Joe's.  ��������������������������� The big, bright,- homey store���������������������������we  want you. to like it. Our business is  improving all the lime���������������������������we appreciate it, too.   Poison & Murrin.  Business i.s good, thank you; the  prices make the difference. Poison  & Murrin. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 19, 1914  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,   11. C. at  52  per  year,   by   tha  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: 8c a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Nmliccs and Locals: 15c a line.  NOVEMBER 19, 1914  SPIRIT OF THE CANADIAN PEOPLE  Sir   Robert   Borden's   announcement   that  a  steady si ream ol' troops will pass from Canada to  Great Britain while the war lasts shows lhat the  Govern men I is   thoroughly  in   touch  with   tlie  spirit of lhe Canadian people.   Canada's first contingent of .'i(),()U0 picked men is already in training on Salisbury Plain, and will soon be ready to  lake ils place at lhe bailie front as "part of General French's army.. The arrival of these troops  in England marked an epoch in lhc history of thc  British Empire.   Thc German Emperor, thc archenemy  of Britain,   had  counted   upon   nothing  more than  passive hostility from   lhc Overseas  Dominions.    Me  had  nol  thoughb thai Canada  would send a man or a gun, bul would remain  neutral.   Tc immediate mobilization of the first  Canadian contingent was the answer of lhc Canadian Government, speaking and acting for thc  Canadian people.  which will make advances lo lhc Canadian Government from lime to time as required Tor naval  and military purposes. This means lhal thc Government will have no dillicully in financing so far  as the war is concerned.      v  The completion in this satisfactory manner of  the financial arrangements for war expenditure  will tend greatly to improve the general situation  in Canada. If Canada had been obliged to raise  by domestic issues any substantial pari of our  war expenditures lhe funds now available  through the banks for thc credit needs of the  country would-lo thai extent be diminished, to  the serious detriment of the entire community.  Credit forJln's arrangement is due largely lo Hon.  W. T. While, who conducted lhc negotiations  wilh tlie Bank of England through Hon. George  H. Pcrlcy, as lhc representative of the Government in Loudon. 11 has been fortunate, indeed,  for Canada thai she has a finance minister of thc  experience, ability and energy of Mr. White.  The Montreal Star recommends Emperor William to confer his surplus of Iron Crosses on thc  Liberal Senators who did so effective work for  Germany. To lhis list might be added thc editor  of lhc Toronto Globe, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Dr.  Michael Clark and others, who refused lo believe  in thc "emergency."  GETTING THE BUSINESS  Thc advertising space in a newspaper is lhc  same lo lhe proprietor of lhc newspaper as thc  slock of goods on lhc shelves in thc merchandise  store is to the proprietor of the blore. il i������������������ the  newspaper's slock and trade. Therefore, if. the  newspaper is to keep ils head above water, il cannot afford lo sit down and wait for customers. JI  must sell lhe goods il. Has to oil'cr��������������������������� ad\cr!.ising  space. And if Ihe local merchant does nol buy  space in the home paper, others will, and in so  doing will offer inducements to lhc home merchant's customers that will attract them to thc  department stores in thc large cities or in neighboring towns. And lhc few dollars lhc home  merchant saves in refusing to advertise and thus  hold thc interest and the business of thc home  people arc soon lost to him and thc home lown by  being drawn elsewhere. The wise merchant sees  this. And lhc wise merchant knows that in times  like thc present one must get after thc business  and keep after it if it is to be had and retained.  BANK of MONTREAL  Established, 181T  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest, $16,000,060  0   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.  No.  No.  No.  4  4  2  2  Drop Siding,  Novelty Siding,  2z4 and 2x6,  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  Wc have jusl received the November amendments to Nelson's loose-leal* encyclopaedia, which  gives details of the European war up to September 25th. Wc do not understand how ihe censor  permitted so much of this good, stuff to pass.  HON. JOSEPH MARTIN A BACK-NUMBER  The cause of the war has been traced back as  far as Martin Luther. In a month or two il will  have reached Adam and Eve.  THINGS TO THANK GOD FOR  "As Louis Botha, the South African Boer leader,  withstands lo lhe face the ugly form of disloyally  on lhe veldt, so Wilfrid Laurier, lhe French-Canadian Liberal, puis to shame the lesser men who  turn away IVonvThe King's high call and seek first  the lesser tilings of parly and place and'power.  "riuinlC'CoTri'i*^  Canada has a I least one man who gives great and  noble voice to the true Canadian spirit.'���������������������������Toronto  Globe.  The Toronto (ilobe i.s the mouthpiece of Liber-,  alism in Canada, and'in speaking as il does, it no  doubt has reached the conclusion lo thank God  for this one great man tiller combing the Liberal  party wilh a line-toothed comb. If the Globe had  been able to lind more than one such a man to  thank God for in the Liberal parly il would have  mentioned his name. Since the editor of the  Globe has 'peon so painstaking in his search, let us  thank God lhat Canada has one such a man���������������������������and  only one���������������������������as the editor of the Globe, whose  meanness of insinuation is only exceeded by his  journalistic narrowness.  Tn a recent interview in Winnipeg, Hon. Joseph  Martin, who recently left the Liberal party in  Great Britain because he could not get along wilh  Premier Asquilh, announced lhal he would reenter federal politics, and, a I the request of Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, would take a prominent part in  lhc Western campaign, thc policy of lhc Liberal  parly being one of free trade.- So far as one can  learn, il would be almost thc same as thai proposed in the tariff plank of the celebrated Ottawa  platform on which lhc Liberals went to lhc country in 1896,  As the initial step, Hon. Joseph Martin proposes to run for the ollice of mayor bf Vancouver.  It will be interesting to gel Mr. Martin back into  western politics, for, no matter how far he is in  the wrong politically, he is a sensational fighter,  and makes iliFTir^fly^lieli~hc7gct^  business. Mr. Martin belongs lo a former generation in Canadian politics. He is living in the  past���������������������������is a "back-number,"���������������������������a "has-been." He  has announced a policy which, while it may have  been adapted to conditions that existed in thc  West during the early 90's, would be much out  of-place today. If he goes preaching the doctrine  he has announced, he will find his words falling  u pon tleaf earsr���������������������������<-^~-^-.^~^~^-^--~:~  -_��������������������������� :.._.-  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NOW  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End������������������rby  f * ���������������������������  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, L^URPHY  Enderby  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND (1914) Incorporated  President:  Patron: His Majesty the King. _---.-.-.  Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Dukc-of Connaught,  Governor-General of Canada.  BRITISH . COLUMBIA   BRANCH     y  Committee: His Honor Thos.,W, Patcrson, Lieutenant-Governor,-  Chairman!  The Hon. Sir Richard McBride, K.   C. M. G.  F. S. Barnard, Hon. Sec.-Treas.  J. W  Its a mighty poor atrocity that doesn't get by  lhe censor these days.���������������������������Washington Post.  FEAR OF INDUSTRIAL DEPRESSION PASSED  Cap I. von Falkenshausen says the Germans  will reach Paris by Christmas, lie neglects lo  specify whal year, or to say how Ihey are going.  BACKED BY BANK OF ENGLAND  Hon. W. T. White, minister of finance, made  an important announcement a few days ago���������������������������one  the full significance of which is not appreciated  by Ihe general public. Mr. While's announcement  was in effect that, financial arrangements had  been made to meet the war expenditures of the  present fiscal year through the Bank of England,  The Ontario Workmen's Compensation Board  i.s authority Tor thc statement that fear of an industrial depresson has now passed. An investigation shows that there is no material difference  in the number of employed than in former years,  and in many cases there has been a marked increase in the amount of the pay roll. Several industries have been greatly stimulated. The milling industry, paper mills, saddlery and harness  manufacturers were never so busy as at present.  In many large factories double time is being  worked to furnish the articles required by thc increase in trade.  Thc British Government, and also the French  and Russian Governments, are placing orders for  war supplies amounting to millions. For our  own troops many millions must be spent to properly equip them. All these orders have been  placed, and the various industries have been  greatly benefitted. Most of the agricultural implement concerns have reopened, and are preparing to supply the certain demands for next year's  trade. The industrial depression has passed, and  future prospecis could nol be brighter.  ENDERBY BRANCH  Committee: Aid. P. II. Murphy, Acting Mayor, President,  Graham Rosoman, City Clerk, Hon. Sec.  Gilman, Manager Enderby Branch Union Bank of Canada,  Hon.-Trcas.  The objects of this organization are: "To collect, administer and  distribute a fund for the assistance, in case, of need, of lhe wives,  children and other dependent relatives ofofliccrs and men, residents of  ��������������������������� Canada, who during lhe present war, may be on active service with  lhc naval and military forces of the British Empire and Great Britain's  allies." Thus, those who will benefit by thc Fund arc the" "dependents, nol 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 arc fighting* side by side for a  common cause, and their families are entitled to equal consideration.  Under the direction of the central    organization    al    Ottawa,    and  making  allowance   for  differences in the cost of living, thc scale of.  -(Ii.stnlHiti()n=lo-lhoso-c!itillcd-to=assistance^\v.ilLbe^appr.oximalely^.tlie=  same throughout Canada.  The Executive Committee of thc Enderby Branch earnestly solicit  donations, which may he remitted or handed lo any of the local  ollicers, or to-Mr. If. M. Walker, of thc Enderby Press. All contributions will  be prompllv acknowledged through The Press.  Oct. 27h, 10M. ' GRAHAM  ROSOMAN, Hon.-Sec.  SAFETY FIRST  GREEN FEED FOR WINTER  Use  Alfalfa  Meal  ASK YOUR DEALER  Manufactured by  Alfalfa Products Company  ENDERBY  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound $%T-  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS  t  -i Thursday, November 19, 1914
THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY
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Britain's Safe Position in the Matter
of Bearing the Costs of the War
TWREJ
DECLINE SUBSTITUTES
Make the stables comfortable now
if. they are not already.   <���������
*\Ve slancl lo lose and lose very
heavily in ihe course of this vast
war, but there is no occasion for
despair. Thus writes Mr. Edgar
Crammond, in lhe Quarterly Be-
view, London.
"On the eve of the outbreak of
war," he continues, "I estimated
our national wealth at ������16,000,000,-
000, and our national income at ������2,-
000,000,000.    Taking the most un-
ada, Australia and South Africa
combined. Our cultivated land ex-
lends lo <1G million acres; Germany
reaches 78 l-'l million acres,"- of
which GO millions are arable,
against 20 million acres wilh us.
Thus Germany, with a population
of -10 per cent, more than our own,
possesses Ihrcc, times the corn-
growing area.
"There is a curiously conserva-
favbrablc view possible���������namely, live belief lhal as an agricultural
that at lhe end of the war we find country Germany is much inferior
we have lost in direct and indirect! to Great Britain, and lhat our yield
expenditure, say, half a year's in- j of corn per acre is easily the high-
come and, say, one-sixteenth part'est in thc world.    I suppose  that
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   at. Cash
prices ?   The discounts will help
to swell your bank balance, and
you will have a-good start towards-
financial independence..
EnderDy Branch, .    J. W. GILLMAN, Manager
'SECRET SOCIETIES
A.F.&A.M.
Enderby Lodge No. 40.
Regular meetings 'first
Thursday on or after the
full moon at 8 p". m. ���������fri Oddfellows Hall. Visitrtife.
brethren cordially invited
GRAHAM ROSOMAN
W. M.
JNO. WARWICK
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r\i. o. o. f.
^"553/  Eureka Lodge, No. 60
Meets every Tuesday 'evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.
O. P. hall, Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. JAS. MARTIN, N. G.
C. PARKINSON. V. G.
R. E. WHEELER, Sec'y.
'   J. B. GAYLORD, Treas.
ENDERBY -LODGE
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in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.-.
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Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public
entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,
R. N. BAILEY. Enderby
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Notary Public.
Money to Loan
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Land-seekers and Tourists in-
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> $������HxH><'*'4>S*<$><M*^
of our capital���������we shall still be a
very rich nation.
"It must be remembered that
within the past ten years Great Britain has reduced the deadweight
amount of her national debt by the
sum of" ������111,000,000; and the
amount outstanding on April 1st
.last was ������051,000,000, a comparatively small amount for a rich and
populous counlry like Great
Britain."
Commenting on this phase of the
question, the London Economist
says: "Luxury and saving can pay
Great Britain's  part  of  this  war.
"Sir R. Giflen estimated lhe direct expenses of the 1870 war at
������30,000,000 a month for both nations. Does anyone suppose that
twice that sum will even approach
the direct costs of the present war
for these two countries?t
"But, even if it be admitted that
this war will require for its direct
maintenance a larger proportion of
thc whole resources of the combat-
antnations thaii any previous war,
this'in itself does' not, of course,
involve an'earlier exhaustion. For.
a nation makes
whole    economic
with its' surplus beyond the funds
required for .the subsistence of the
non-combatant population' and for
the maintenance of such productive
processes*as are essential both for
lhis������*subsistence and for the* sup-
'portof the fighting force.'
'Now, as nations grow wealthier
pier head of'their, population, the
proportion of this surplus to the
subsistence fund increases, so that
it becomes economically feasible to
support without complete exhaustion'hot merely an absolutely but a
relatively more expensive war.
"One cannot, therefore, assume
offhandi that war which,, under
present conditions, may be costing
three hundred millions per annum
to this country, ������and perhaps more
than twice as much' to Germany
and France, must necessarily bring
exhaustion, even if it be continued
for several years.
"So far as Great Britain is con-
ccrned, 'she..evidcntly could, defray
all our farmers believe lhis lo be
true, but, as it is not, the fallacy
may as well be disposed of-at once.
Thus, comparing the leading foodstuffs produced Jn the ,two countries, we gel the following figures,0
which are taken from the official
returns:
Average yield per acre���������
United Kingdom Germany
Wheat . -. .31.78 bush. ..!30.01 bush
Barley.. .33.86 bush. .. .35137 bush
Oats 41.84 bush. ...44.08 bush
Potatoes.. .5.42 .tons' 5.22 tons
"In 1912, ihe last year for-which
figures' arc available, Germany produced 33.6 bushels' of wheat, 39
bushels of barley, .44.4 bushels of
oats, and 5.99 tons "of potatoes to
the acre. Her corn, including rye,
covered 35,000,000 acres and tier
potatoes 8,250,000 acres, whereas
our corn area reached only 7,858,"-
000 acres and our potatoes 1,207,000
acres. Thus Germany possesses the
initial advantage "of greater relative
area under cultivation���������1.2 acres
per 'unit of population, against 1
acre With lis���������a much greater extent of corn-growing "landj a larger
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As usual, Edison owners have everything worth while in the new melodies, the
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ORIGIN OF CHRISTMAS CARDS
'   It. is  sixty-nine years since  the
birth of, the Christmas. Card, says
.the  London   Evening  News.    Previous to 1814  people were7in\the
habit of sending letters of greeting,
akes war not with, its j combined yield of direct foodstuffs ���������jjut in that year the late W. A. Dob-
nomic    resources,    but''per acre, and, by "iio means lcast'bf, son> R.A., sketched a picture^ on a
' " '"all, an;enornious,agricultural pdpu- i'card^auded a word or two of: seas-
lation,*the importance of which/lies bnable/ greeting, .and  sent/it Jo, "
"friend. \T\vo years later he-had
in the fact.-that'it comprises 5,000,-
000 occupiers who .-are the chief
owners of the land."1'        	
THE SAME OLD. CRITICISM
out of her current income, were it
necessary to her existence, the
whole expense here ascribed to her.
That is to say, she could divert to
the production of foods and other
stores and muni lions a sum amounting, .say, to one-seventh of her
total income, the portion at present
consumed by ils owners upon luxuries or olher unneccssaries, or
saved and put into fresh capital.
"Much dislocation of industry
and a temporary stoppage of all
processes of industrial improvement would be involved, hut this
sacrifice of luxury and saving
would yield the necessary revenue
for lhc war."
CANNOT BE STARVED OUT
Prof. James Long, in the London
Daily Mail, disabuses the minds of
Britishers who count upon the
early defeat of Germany through
her inability to hold out because of
a food shortage. He declares that
il would be impossible to starve
the Germans into submission.
"It has been repeatedly claimed,"
says he, "that one of the main
causes of Germany's inability to
continue to fight will be the shortage of foofd. It is, therefore, worth
while to consider how far there is
any truth in the .suggestion���������indeed
how far she i.s self-supporting. In
1911 the estimated population of the
German Empire was 65,429,000, or
20,000,000 more than that of the
Uniled Kingdom, or practically the
same as the United Kingdom, Can-
A writer in an.English paper who
fortunately escaped  from the vwar
zone after weeks of hardship and
1 uncertainty in close touch with the
j fighting line, says:
"Nothing we have-will'ever come
up to' the awful howitzer guns of
the Germans. Our poor men in the
trenches never see a sign-of a German, ��������� but are simply shelled by
these devilish huge'guns. It is awful! People over here are too cocksure. I, for one, think thc Germans
arc making good progress. I am
sure England does nol take'it seriously enough. They say, 'Oh, just
wait until we meet them, -then we
-will-show-them,!=-13ut-wiIl-thcy-?^=
a
a
lot done oh a printing press. His
friends copied thei'idea and sent:
home-made greeting cards to their
friends.'. It was not "until len^years
later that an enterprising firm'saw
money ih the 'idea, and began to
make the cards on a large .scale.
II was about 1886 that.the"double
or folding card was issued. *   ....
You will have to go some lo beat j
shovels:    It .makes
Murrin- Hardware.
our prices  on
business good.
Royalile Coal Oil, 35c; 3 gals for
$1.00���������helps  some.    Murrin' Hdw.
Confidence in Jellicoc
' 'A Scotch Presbyterian paper,
commenting on the appointment of
Admiral Jellicoc lo the command of
the British Heel in home waters, has
the following:
Wc pin our faith to Jellicoc,
lie, with a British shcllicoe,
"Will send our foes lo hellicoc,
And then all will be wellicoe.
If you receive more prompt or
better service anywhere on earth
than al Poison & Murrin's tell us���������
we want to improve.
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Ion oil cans wilh faucet.
Handled axes, at lowest prices in
lhe Valley, al Murrin's.
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r  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS :: }
Coal mining rights.of the Dominion'*.,
in s Manitoba, ��������� Saskatchewan' and ;A1- "
,berta,\ the., Yukon ,'"". Territory,".vtht 7
N orthwest Territories *and*" a '��������� portion "7
of >ttie- province? of'-British ;Cblumbia,7i:
may i ,be' leased' for ��������� a;, term; of twenty^
onezyears-_at ari'Vannual"^rental"of k}S'.
an acre. y^Not morey'thain.;2,560 acres'^
will;be leased to one.applicant. ��������� > ~\S, -V
-, Application . -for'1- a' lease - must"" be;V'
"made by'tlie\" applicant in-person to-.';'
rthe Agent or sub-Agent ofth'e_di'sr 7
trict in which rights, applied- for' are "���������)
'situated.- ���������; .    -, .     ' -.y''.'-������������������   ~ \
In surveyed territory^ the" land must.'"
be described ' by    sections,   or,   legal
sub-divisions of   sections, and in un-*   /
surveyed   territory   the tract applied'*
for shall be staked out by the applicant himself:,   * - -     ' "" _  '    ;
r Each   application   must be accon>
panied by a fee   for $5 which will bt   -
refunded if the rights applied for are-'
aot available,  but not otherwise!   SA   -
royalty ��������� shall   be paid   on    the mer- ~ y
chantable output of the mine at_the_7
rate of five cents per ton.       " 7>
The person operating the mine shall  ,
furnish the Agent with sworn returns"
accounting for   the   full quantity bt -
merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
royalty thereon.     If tlie coal mining
rights are   not   being operated, such   -
returns should ��������� be furnished at least *���������-
once a year.
=i-Thei-lea8e^will=-includeHhe=coal=min==
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,
Deputy Minister "of "the" Interior.
N.D.���������Unauthorized    publication    of
his advertisement    will not be paid
for.
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thereon, with name, etc., $1.50 dozen
THE WALKER PRESS,
Enderby i: (I  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 19, 1914  CARING FOR THE BELGIANS  On   Nov.   2nd,   Waller  IT.   Page,  American  Ambassador  to "Belgium,  cabled   Norman   Hnpgood   of   the  ���������������������������"'American  committee of mercy, as  follows:  "I hope you arc in a position to  buy and ship immediately a  boal-jation, and local exporters look for  TIES BY THE MILLION WANTED  A despatch from Seattle reads:  "Enquiries for nine million railroad ties and for ten million feet of  large timbers received during nlhe  last ten clays have greatly stimulated the northwestern lumber situ-.  load of food to lhe American consul  al Rotterdam under a neutral Hag.  Me is the local agent of lhe international commission of relief, to  whom consignments arc shipped. 1  hope the committee of mercy will  do Iheir country the honor to'send  heavy cargo orders. The enquiries  come principally from the United  Kingdom. The supply for England  has heretofore been furnished in  lhc Baltic, but thai source having  been closed by the war, British interests are seeking material in Anier  are suffering actual hunger."  "This does not call for thc sending of money to England," read the  cable. "No food can be bought anywhere in Europe."  Immediately on receipt of thc  message, thc Committee of Mercy's  shipload of food started for Belgium. "Word of ils arrival there  was received thc past week. Tl was  met at the coast port by thc American consul, who had already received authority from the German  officials now in charge of the cities  and canals, of stricken Belgium,  which enabled the Committee of  Mercy's ship Lo pass through the  various locks and right up to the  docks of the cities where thc conditions are worst fell. In a surprisingly short lime thc hungry were  taken care of, the German officials  rendering such assistance as would  a cargo of food quickly lo lhe wor.sl ' ican markets. Seattle lumbermen  stricken three million women and ! were unable lo explain Ihe uses lo  children in  lhc whole world, who: which   lhc    large    timbers r would  .probably be pul, but said it was the  English  cuslom   to buy large  timbers and saw them into boards in  "English mills."  Some weeks ago enquiries were  received in Enderby for large shipments bf these timbers, also for  poles and mine props, and Ihe Enderby Conservative Associalion has  been exerting every effort lo land  some of these orders for this district. The limber suitable for  mine props and poles is lo be found  in unlimited quantity in this district, and if these orders could be  secured it would mean steady employment for hundreds of men, and  the clearing up of much of thc bush  land in he valleys, and on thc hillsides. There would have been no  difficulty in getting orders for several Irainload shipments, bul the  question of freight rates entered so  EAT MORE APPLES  You should cat more apples.  They are good for your health, and  easy on your pockelbook. War has  prevented Europe from getting our  choicest apples lhis year as she  usually has done. They arc here  for us to eat. Now you may enjoy  Canada's national.'fruit every day  ���������������������������and at small cost. Apples are an  economical food. Their sharp  flavor and luscious sweetness ..helps  thc appetite. Their health-giving  ���������������������������qualities have earned Ihe favor of  physicians the world over. They  possess a high nutritive value and  are a splendid aid to digestion.  ;;;****<������������������x������������������x������������������K������������������^  Another Egg-Laying Contest  facilitate in the work of relief. This: largely in the matter that il became  is only  thc  first shipload.    Others j impossible to handle any of it.    A  arc lo follow, and thc arrangements  arc so well made thai thc suffering  of the women and children will be  quickly relieved.  Thc manufacturers of Pears' soap,  after advertising extensively for  many years, decided to withdraw  from the newspapers and magazines, and "save" the several hundred thousand dollars their advertising was costing them. For one  year they stayed out of il, and at the  end of thc year they found their  sales had fallen off to such an extent that the company actually lost  in business the total amount of  their advertising'cost.  For fancy and Staple Groceries  the big, bright, homey store���������������������������and  business is good. Poison & Murrin.  rate of 15 1-2 cents per 100 from  Enderby to Vancouver, 60c per 100  from Enderby to SI. John, and Glc  from Enderby to Halifax, was the  best rate the C P. R. could give.  This put it oul of thc question for  this class of timber lo be sent from  this point.  JACK  MORTON DEAD  "Wc invest in advertising just as  we invest in the best materials for  our goods."���������������������������Colgate & Co.  Business was a hummer fast week  al Murrin's Hardware. That's because prices arc right.  War prices  at the  Enderby  Musie Store  Violins |from $3.50 up  Sheet Music from 5c up  Music Folios, 1-3 off reg price  Low prices will continue on  all kinds of Crockery, Glassware and Fancy Chir.a.  Christmas Goods are beginning to arrive. There will  be presents for everybody at  prices that are right.  Special inducements on  Phonopraphs, Gramaphones,  Records, etc., for Xmas trade  The many  friends  of Tom and  Jack   Morton   will   be   grieved   lo  learn thai Jack passed away al the  Vancouver    Hospital    last    Friday  evening,   after   almost   a   year   of  suffering  from   the  effects  of, the  coasting accident al their promising ranch home north of Enderby.  Mr. Morion was one of the type of  sterling young Englishmen lhat il is-  always  a  pleasure  to  meet.    East  winter he was giving some young  friends   Ihe   pleasure   of   a   coast  down   thc  Morton  hill,  Avhcn   the  sled suddenly sheered into a fence.  The lower rail caught Jack on thc  back as he passed under it, and Ihe  vertebral injury caused total paralysis of the body from lhe shoulders  down.    For  a  long  time  Dr.  Mc-  Kechnie,   of   Vancouver,   believed  there was good chance 'of his recovery, but a week or two ago word  came lo his brother, Tom, lhat all  hope_had-=vanished.=7\li:.7\lo]-ton-aU  once left for Vancouver lo sec his  brother.     After   a   brief   visit   Mr.  Morion to Enderby, and on Friday  evening   received   the   sad   intelligence of Jack's death.  The Fourth inlernalional egg-  laying contest held under the supervision of the Provincial Department  of Agriculture, was opened at thc  Exhibition Grounds, Victoria, on  October 10th. Al thc end of the  first month the White Leghorns arc  leading all others in the non-weight  varieties, and lhe While Wyandottes are leading in the weight  varieties. There arc no pens entered from Enderby lhis year, il being the first contest of the kind held  at the coast in which Mr. H. E.  Waby's poultry yards were not  represented.  ft  X  *,  WILL RUN THEIR BIG EMERGENCY SALE UNTIL  SATURDAY THE 30th.  We thank the people of En derby for the response they  made, and we're glad to see the satisfactory results.  To those who have not taken advantage of our Cut-  Prices we urge you to make a special effort to get here  before the 30th, and secure for yourselves seasonable  merchandise   at   our   Sale Prices.  V.  Y  ?  Y  V  Y  Y  V  Y  Y  Y  ���������������������������Y  t        FALL BLANKETS  J White Whitney Blankets  j   Sale Price $3.90 Pf  $ Heavy While Forshirc Blankets  %    $5.50pr  * Grey Blankets, Union 5-lb $2.00  ���������������������������> Grey Blankets, Union 6-lb $2.50  % Grey Blankets, Wool $3to$475  LADIES'FALL COATS  AND DRESSES  ���������������������������  o y  Fall Tweed Coals, from $6.7510$15 *  ���������������������������  Fall Tweed Dresses, $5.75 tO $9.00 J  Fall Serge Dresses, $1.90 tO $7.50 *  Alterations Made Free of Charge %  The Dry Goods Department of  Poison & Murrin is becoming more  complete every day. Over ������������������-1,000  worth of nice new up-to-date stuff  put in slock wilhin a few months���������������������������  and business is good.  "Thc success of a business house  is measured by thc volume ancl continuity of its advertising."���������������������������Frank  Presbrcy Company.  Three ranges and two healers in  one week isn't so bad. Yes, business is good, thank you, friends.  Murrin Hardware.  "We spend $250,000 annually in  newspaper advertising���������������������������and find it  pays best."���������������������������Douglas Shoe' Co.  Brownie Tea Rooms  NOW OPEN  Cliff St.,   Opposite Walker Press  AFTERNOON TEAS  AND LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED  ���������������������������  DRESS GOODS, SILKS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES,  STAMPED AND FANCY LINENS, ALL REDUCED  MEN'S FURNISHINGS  Great Reductions on Tweed and  Mellon Overcoats  New Stock at Cut Prices  Grey and Brown Mixtures, convertible eollarB,  sizes 36 to 44: Sale Prices,' each��������������������������� '  $8.75. ������������������9.50, $12.00 and ������������������13.50  Black Melton, velvet collars, 46-inch,  worth ������������������21.00; Sale, ������������������15.00  SHIRTS   SHIRTS    SHIRTS %  Negligee Shirts, your choice,.50c *:*  All-Wool Lounge Shirts, made of  Heavy Flannel, reversible collar ������������������1.50 each  Heavy AlL-wool Work Shirts,  brown and Grey Mixtures, worth  up to ������������������1.75; Sale Price ... .������������������1.00  MEN'S SHOES  ���������������������������:��������������������������� WILLIAMS'-for a  Working  V   Shoe, the BEST good shoe.  x  %    Invictus,    Slater  FLOUR  SPECIAL  Good until Nov. 21st  Royal Household Flour,  $7.25 Per Bbl.  Note: One barrel only to each  customer.  WOMEN'S SHOES  Invictus,  Slater   ,,  ���������������������������  Getty & Scott's Classic  ���������������������������for Women  and Children  y  ���������������������������  *  ���������������������������r*  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  Y  v  NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK OF MALTESE CROSS  RUBBERS���������������������������-Get Our Prices.  Y  V  t  Y  Special  Attention  given to  Mail Orders";.  The Store of Quality  ARMSTRONG    ���������������������������' "' B. C.  Railroad  :      Fare  on all purchases  " over $15.00   '  Y  x-:-w~s-h^-:-h-h-k~m-:^  MARCH OF  THE ARMY  WORM  Three hundred   thousand  dollars  is the amounl of the damage done  by the army worm in Canada during the past summer, according lo  the eslimatc given, a I lhc annual  meeting of thc Entomological Society of Ontario, held a week ago in  Toronto, by Mr. A. Gibson of Ottawa, Of lhis Ontario was the loser  lo the extent of ������������������250,000. The remainder of the damage was done  in Quebec, New Brunswick and  Nova Scolia. Thc pest worked ils  havoc in 142 townships in thirty-  seven counties.  Alfalfa, the Winter Feed  J. E. CRANE, Proprietor  Do you want to have more eggs  and a health, singing, red-combed  Hock of laying hens? Then I'eed  the flock thc cheapest and yet thc  best winter feed���������������������������Alfalfa Meal, il  will do more to keep your (lock of  laying hens in thc pink of condition  than anything else you can feed  them. And in feeding Alfalfa Meal  ground and packed al the Enderby  alfalfa mill, you will be supporting  a developing local industry lhal  gives promise of becoming one of  Ihe most important industries in the  Okanagan.  WANT ADS  WHY use inferior wood when yon can  BURN BAXTER'S BEST BIRCH.  Leave orders at Dill Bros.  Bernard - Shaw contends that the way to do  away with war is to'make it as horrible as possible. It begins to look as if the military party of  Europe, on both sides, is afraid to let the people  knew how horrible it is for fear this would really  put an end to war.  CHOICE Northern Spy Apples, ������������������1.25  a box f.o.b. Armstrong or Enderby. Wm. Pringle, R. R. No. 2,  Armstrong.  FIRST-CLASS ROARD and rooms;  reason a b I! c rates; lir a die y h o u s c ���������������������������  MES. PARADIS,' Dress Making Parlor, Cliff street, second building  from furniture store. Fashionable  dressmaking and ladies' tailoring.  Reasonable prices. Work promptly  executed.  [AY PRESSING ���������������������������Having purchased Chas. Hoover's gasoline  I)aleiiig^mitfit7luii^ preiKirecl to  handle any size crop, by lhc ton.  For particulars apply, H. Halliday  Armstrong, B.C.  NOW IS THI-: TIME.to buy properly.���������������������������Choice honiesitc of three  acres, I.awes' sub-division, suitable for poultry or small fruits;  few minutes' walk from ccnl re  of lown; cily waler. Also, two  large lots on Belvedere street;  180-fl. frontage, rear entrance on  Stanley street; bouse and stable.  Will become valuable for business purposes as town develops.  I wish to sell either one or lhe  other of above properties. Price  low; easy terms. Graham Rosoman. a27-2t  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, s  can pive you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  S Timberlake, Son <S Co, I  Beg to announce that they  will hold A GKIAT CASH  DISCOIMT SALZ, commen-  Tlhg~~SHuf3aYT^^ov^~BeF  14th, for TVO WEEKS,  when the whole stock of  Watches, Clocks, Jewellery,  Silverware, China, Cut Glass,  etc., will be offered for sale  at TWE/1TY-FIYECEATS  Oti THE D0LL4R DISCOUNT.  ���������������������������Y  Y  V  Y  'A quantity of Leather  'Goods, Umbrellas and  '��������������������������� Fancy Goods at   :half    price  Quality Jewellers      Armstrong, B. C.  Y  Y  Y  V  T  ���������������������������  Y  V  Y  V  Y  Y  T  V  Y  y  v  ?  ���������������������������:���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  Y  ���������������������������:���������������������������  ���������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<^  Don't forget the Annual  Bazaar of the W. A. of St.  George's Church in the K.  P. Hall, Saturday, Nov. 21st  from 2.30 to 9.00 p. m.  There will be on sale Plain and Fancy Needlework, Knitted Goods,  Home-made Candies, Fresh Eggs, Butter, Vegetables, Home Cooking,  Xmas Cakes; also useful and artistic Xmas Gifls made by members of  Ihe Men's, Club. Surprises for the Children. Afternoon Tea will also  be served, loc.  Bring your friends.   Costs nothing to come and look around.  41  *  )i  i <  :-'.  '- \  '-   '~^t  t'  t  '   * h  t  " \\  x  \  *C  .. V  - i

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