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 Enderby, B. C, March 25, 1915  AND   'WALKER.      WEEKLY  'Vol. 8; No. 4; Whole No. 358  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT  That's   what  If  ft*.  IV  IS'  fl  V  r*'  _>���������������������������  NEWS  cvcry-  on a busi-  Johnson  left  for  to take charge of  Chase  a bar-  Clean   up.  body's doing  T. Crossley Poison is  ncss trip to the coast.  Mrs. Matthews is visiting her  daughter, Mrs. Evans, at Salmon  Arm.  Charlie  this week  ber shop.  John Ayling, brickmakcr in the  Enderby Brick and Tile yards, left  for Kamloops on Monday.  P. G. Farmer, of Nelson, has been  engaged by the Okanagan Saw  Mills on the books of the company.  Mr. W. Jones, Mr. H. Twigg, Mr.  W. J. Fenton and Mr. Wm. Owen  ���������������������������have been appointed fence viewers  for this district.  - Persons subscribing to the Hospital fund are requested to hand in  their subscriptions to Arthur Teece  before the end bf March.  Mi-.  Wm.  Duncan  left  the  past  , week for-Chemainus, B. C,-where  he takes charge of the large store"of  . the,Chemainus Lumber Company;  - Mr. and Mrs."A. D. Birrcll are con-  templaling. leaving.:Golden oh an  extended trip to the old home in  "Scotland.-, ���������������������������"    ,       .'...,-   '   '   ...7" ~ ���������������������������  7 On Thursday,ApriI ,8th-'; at 8 p.m.,  the -Philharmonic Socictyxyill give  ��������������������������� "Soldiers of the Cross,"yby.;Valcn-,  line  Hemery,  in  the  Presbyterian  Church..-* v "> ���������������������������'-���������������������������'���������������������������  ��������������������������� All,���������������������������o,rders���������������������������_for,.government seeds;  to be.obtained.through'the Farmers''  Institute must be sent in to-the secretary, Mr. C. S. Handcock, by the  1st of. April.. ��������������������������� 7'  At the evening service in hc Presbyterian Church last Sunday, Mrs.  \V. J. Lemke eclipsed'herself imher  solo singing, her number being ex-  ccptionally well rendered and particularly pleasing. ��������������������������� '  ' Sales Manager Meyers, of the Okanagan Saw Mills, is on a business  trip to the Northwest. Lumber  shipments continue fair, and the  business outlook in this direction  is entirely "satisfactory.  In speaking of thc-death of Mr.  Hugh Mitchell in last week's issue,  the age of the deceased was given  as 71. It should have been 79; and  he served with thc 42nd Highlanders (Black Watch) in the Crimean  war. -  Mr. and Mrs.' Pethick-Laurencc,  well-known suffragette workers, are  ^jsiting31rs.^and^.Miss__.Robson^this.  week on their return voyage to England after making a tour of the  United States in the interest of the  peace movement.  Garden making is the order of the  day, and indications point to a very  successful season for thc Horticultural Society's work. Memcbrs are  joining in satisfactory numbers.  Reduction of the fee to 50c a year  seems to be a popular move.  - Capt. A. II. Brew, O.C. "G"- Co.,  102nd Regt. Ft. M. R., will be in Enderby (luring the forenoon of Tuesday, March 30th for thc purpose of  signing on recruits in his company.  Men signing on at the present time  will be given preference when the  4th contingent is being made up for  Overseas service, which it is expected will be al an early dale.  Thc dance given in ,K. of P. Hall  bv the Enderby Tippcrary Club on  the evening of St. Patrick's Day  was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed. The attendance from  Armstrong was numerous, and all  voted the music by thc Enderby  orchestra was all that il was advertised with some shamrock and  shillalah added  for good measure.  Many teams and citizens generally clubbed together this Aveek and  voluntarily gave their services in  an effort to put the Vernon road  from the city limits to Cliff street  in proper shape: For two clays the  work of gravelling the road has  been carried on, and as a result of  this work the road will be put into  better shape than it has been in for  some years.  With'the warm, mellow days of  Spring comes the delicious ice  cream served at Joe's.. This season  Joe has his dainty parlors more  dainty than ever, and his ice cream  fountain is ready to run overtime  at any time'to meet the wishes and  thirst of his appreciative patrons'.  It did not take the boys and girls  long to discover the fact that the ice  cream cones had arrived this week.  An especially brutal affair is reported from Mara this week. On  Monday evening about 8.30 o'clock  two men, who evidently knew more  about the locality than tramps or  strangers in the community would  be likely to know, walked, into the  Cadden house, it is said unmasked,  where Mrs. Rcilley, an aged woman,  \vas_ found alone, and seated without a light, and bound her hand and  foot and tied a gag about her throat  and mouth. They demanded her  money, it being known locally that  she possessed a considerable sum.  At the time the money was locked  in her trunk and she refused to tell  its whereabouts. After vainly  searching for it and subjecting thc  aged lady to the most brutal treatment, the culprits unbound her and  made'good their escape. Thc Provincial police are'working on.thc  case. -   .  SEED FOR FARMERS  OKANAGAN POULTRY SHOW  The annual meeting of the Northern Okanagan Poultry Association was held in the. City Hall on  Saturday,.March 20th. The attendance was not as* large as the interest  in that industry in ythis , section  should ,warrantV;.;.--Thc following  ollicers were elected: President, Mr.  T. - Wilkinson ;7yicerprcsidcnf, Mr.  J. H. Crofts; directors, Messrs. Marshall, Smedley,'*Kcith,7Bigge. and  H.E. -yVabyV 7.7 'J 7 -*->/'*>-.'  ,? Mr. Bigge,,who ^has fields the post  ofr Honorary ''secretary ' and'* treas:  urer, tendered his*- resignation owing to tlie lack of time to "give to the  duties of, the office:���������������������������" The naming  of "his successor will, be ^made by  the executive.*' ;  It was decided that the joint  poultry show of Vernon .and the  Northern Okanagan'will be held in  Enderby sometime in December.  '.The'show committee was named,  consisting of thc president,* vice-  president ancl secretary-treasurer  together with the officers to be elected by'the-Vernon association.  Mr.'H. E. Waby was elected show  superintendent.  While in' Vernon last week, Mr.  F. Hassard was* called upon lo give  the Government Agent such information as he could furnish with the  object of assisting thc Government  in dealing wilh the seed problem.  One of lhe������������������ first acts of the Hon.  Mr.'Bowser after taking up the duties as minister of ,the Department  of Agriculture, was to.place with  the Government Agents* at Vernon,  Nelson, Kamloops .and Vancouver  carloads of seed wheat and oats for  distribution to the farmers who are  unable to ��������������������������� procure; seed in any  other way. . This .seed will be.supplied on thc distinct understanding  that it is only to be used for seeding  purposes by the applicant himself.  Il is understood and expected that  only those who, are quite unable to  buy seed will avail themselves of  'this offer.' ' . ���������������������������  / Government Agents at the distributing points,named have been  supplied . with application forms,  and forms of-:nole,7which must be  signed by the applicant before seed  can be supplied.-; These forms may  be. secured by; farmers on application .to :< the'Government * Agents- at_  the centres -mentioned.- --No7 seeds"  will-bey supplied, without_applicants  signing these forms'. ^Farmers wish-,  ing, to secure. secd/arci therefore;'  advised to immediately apply for  forms;-and after fdlihg-them:but'r for  mail them to the right quarter without delay. Not -more than 1000  pounds of seed will 'ber supplied to  any one applicant. In the car of  seed at. Vernon are 1200 bushels of  wheat and 1800 bushels of oats.   ,  money past due would have to be  collected, and he advised the city  lo hold a tax sale for 1913 and 1914  arrears just as soon as the law.will  allow. He admitted that having to  do this would bring hardship to a  few, bul, saw no other way out.  An amendment to the Municipal  Act permits a tax sale to be held for  1914-taxes not earlier than July of  this year,- and he advised the cily  council to take this means,of getting  in the revenue outstanding.  ,  PRESS GUILD MEETING  WANT ROAD  EXTENDED  If the Road Superintendent wants  to do something.to earn a warm  spot in thc hearts of thc people of  Mara ancl the district generally he  shoulcLspenc*LS500^iuore^oiuless=Jii,  extending thc wagon road from its  present blind end half a mile farther to the Mara Lake shore. The  road as it now is stops half a mile  from the lake shore. Settlers have  taken up land beyond the point of  the road end, and the half-mile extension which is asked for "would  not only be a great convenience to  these settlers, but would also accommodate hundreds of pleasure parlies who seek lhe shores-of Mara  Lake during the summer campinu  season. Thc extension of this road  would be so much more built of thc  wagon road so long promised which  will eventually give road connection  between Sicamous and lhc Okanagan Valley.  DETERMINED TO PRODUCE  Thc settlers of Glen Mary and vicinity have adopted the right policy  for 1915. They arc making it a  matter of shame for anyone to drive-  to lown from that locality with an  emplv rig and come home with thc  rig flTled wilh feed for man or fowl  or beast. They are determined to  redeem the reputation of Glen Mary  and prove by actual produce which  they will have for sale that they  have one of thc 'finest sections in  thc Province or the Dominion. The  past winter thc principal product of  that section was ties, some $2,000  worth being cut and sold by Mr.  Bucknell ancl those working with  him.  KILLED IN SNOW SLIDE   .  At midnight on Sunday last a  snow and landslide at the Britannia  mine, Howe Sound, swept over thc  bunkhouse ancl other mine buildings and killed 50 men ancl injured  half as many more.  Thc buildings were completely  wrecked and nearly every man occupying them was either killed outright or seriously injured.  Thc printers of the Okanagan  have an organization which.they  "call the Okanagan Press Guild. The  purposes of the organization are  manifold, but primarily to discover  ways and means for giving the  various towns in the Valley the  best possible newspapers on (just  now) thc least possible support, and  ���������������������������incidentally���������������������������to learn how their  subscribers and patrons can. drive  automobiles while they, thc printer,  has to hike to business on thc hurricane deck of a cayuse or hit the  pedal pike at break-neck speed to  escape being run down by some deli nquent^subscriber^exceeding^thc-  speed limit to church to pray for  printers. Up to the time of going  lo press the 'printers have made  progress only in the direction of thc  rirst clause ol* the primarily. They  ncl again in annual conclave al  Vernon lasl week. It was discovered at the meel ing that all hands so  far had been able to keep the sheriff  away, and were still able to meet  subscribers with a glad hand and  lhe smile o\' plenty. It was discovered, loo, lhal all hands had  contributed liberally to the ranks  of the Canadian contingent now at  MR. BASIL GARDOM IN FIELD   ���������������������������  - t j *  The many friends of Mr. Basil  Gardom were pleased to "greet him*  this week in Enderby. Mr. Gardom  came in from Vernon Tuesday evening/went to Armstrong Wednesday and goes to. thc coast from  there to put his business in-shape  to return to the Okanagan to carry  the.political campaign'he is^ehter-  ing upon to what he believes .will be  a successful issue. * Mr. Gardom is  a much stronger, man than when he  was a., resident of - Enderby���������������������������much  ���������������������������more" developed, and'earries himself, with the air of a'inan who has  .succeeded'in his undertakings and  has confidence *in"-his .ability ;to - go"  forward. VJ"le:-is_not,_patrq'nizihgly  familiar, '.butjfrankf and "��������������������������� free," -with  tlie' strength' to-'demand;*1 ajsquarc  deal and to give it. When he comes  before the.electprs.of;th*e;Okanagan  in the contest*;he' h'asyeiiteredyupon?  Mr. >. Gardom ��������������������������� . will, surprise; -,his"  friends and startle,his foeV,-for.he  has the evidence in "his hands "and  carries the conviction in'his.heart  that will most surely...bailie the' op:  position and'win.for him thc support of the electorate. This is the.  conviction of those who have gone,  into the evidence submitted by. him.  Mr. Gardom was nominated as  the Independent* Conservative, candidate for the Northern Okanagan  al Vernon on Monday. Mr. George  Heggie of- Vernon, and Mr .J. ,F.  Pringle of Armstrong,, put their  names on his nomination papers.  Mr. Gardom says he has been assured by many prominent Conservatives of Vernon that he will get  their support, and the leaders-'of the  Liberal party al lhe coast arc urging  the Okanagan Liberals lo not put a  candidate in the field in this riding.  Thc Liberal convention will be held  at Armstrong today.  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  Little of importance has been re-   ,/.  ported from the Western-front for   ',  the   past   week���������������������������since   the .British -  and-Canadian troops won the bit of <  front at Ncuve Chapclle.   The daily  reports tell of severe artillery engagements  with  attacks  here  and;.,  there  along  lhe.. line,  but   no   advantage seems to be gained by-one  ;  side or the other. , ,  In lhe,Eastern front iio reports pf  an authentic nature have'conic from -V  the-fighting line,in  Poland.    The * -*'  last statement intimated that a big/-'  engagement was taking,place-in the V;."  vicinity of .Warsaw and along- the- "v^'Z  Vistula,^but Ihesc, reports have bceh'7.7 ,  so contradictory from day lo. day V ���������������������������  that it is difficult to. gain any ���������������������������clear/"** V  impression of what is happening, ify .���������������������������*;  anything. r The fighting in the Car-./:/  pathans seems .to beat a" standstill,^; v".  with neither side any farther'ahead "''/"  lhan they were a month ago1.'J..fUS%VS.;  " In  Eastern Galicia,,the"RussiansV:/7  have at last .succeeded in-forcing//*?  the "Austrians   -to/'capitulate',' Jhej/  ; K-^l  _.i,jj,_ 1  stroVglyyfortifid'ycity^ofVP-rzcnV^slj^^^^l  'aftersix-months,of sie'ge^opcratiphs'^yiy'^@Ml  in the taking.of .which iris fcpor*ied4^#fi^  ndered y garrison 5 in- ^^jkggg  '���������������������������fffifci  !V_-I  ENDERBY EGG CIRCLE  lhe front,  cess,  even  where and  there.  The meeting was a suc-  if  wc  didn't   gel   any-  had to go like war to get  MUST HAVE TAX SALE  Mr.  vincial  derby I  hers ol  R. Baird, inspector of Pro-  municipal i lies, visited En-  last Fridav and met the niem-  * thc Cily Council to go into  civic finances. ' In view of the the  citv being unable In get any further  advances from the bank, ancl the  non-payment of laxes, the city has  found itself unable to meet its obligations since the 1st of January.  Representation was made to the  Municipal Department of lhc Provincial Government in the hope of  discovering some way lo overcome  the difficulty confronting the city  without causing hardship to  ratepayers in arrears for laxes  at thc same lime keeping up  credit of thc municipality.  Baird's visit was the result of these  representations. But thc net result  of his visit was not'a solution of the  problem. Indeed, Mr. Baird gave  thc citv officials to understand that  the Provincial Government could  not be expected to solve the problem. So far as he could see the city  is strictly solvent, therefore it is up  to the city officials lo solve the  problem     themselves.    . Thc     tax  the  and  the  Mr.  A meeting of Ihe Egg Circle was  held in the City Hall on Saturday,  March-13th for the purpose of. selecting the committee for the ensuing year. The first committee  had been elected for six months  only, as a tentative measure to start  the Circle on its career.  The meeting was well attended,  and all members expressed themselves as thoroughly satisfied with  lhc report of progress made by Mr.  Bigge.  The following were elected lo  serve on lhc committee: Mrs. Bigge,  Mrs. Lawes, C F. Bigge, G. R.  Lawes, T. Wilkinson and T. Robinson.  There was also a commillcc meeting held on Thursday, lhe 18th, to  decide upon the policy to be pursued during the year. Full discretion was given lhe .secretary-manager in the conduct of the business,  Ihe members feeling lhal it would  be unwise lo limit his freedom of  action in any way.  Mr.   Bigge   was   rc-appoinled   as  secretary-manager, and  Mr.  Lawes  was made treasurer, wilh Mr. Wilkinson chairman,  cle will he held next Saturday  BE WISE IN TIME  As the war progresses, foodstuffs  are going lo soar in  price, higher  and still higher.    Eggs are now as  cheap as they will be this season  so.preserve them NOW.  The Enderby Egg Circle can sup  ply you wilh first-class' eggs To.'  preserving. Orders arc pouring in  and will hc filled in rotation. Don'l  delay or vou will be disappointed.  Apply��������������������������� * C. F. BIGGE   Manager.  Poultrymen wishing to join thc  Enderby Egg Circle can have rules  and full information on application  to Mr. C.    .Bigge, Gainford Ranch,  p_pi'tant-gain "j������������������iiiuu ,uy~niu'-iiussiiina."Ve-Y^'i-'i'-'^'ifX  in The Eastern front,-ancl-that iil\ir77'F77:YWhH  tually-o"p'ens;lhe ,way .for afgen'cra.yyV/V^^;  advance upon"Cracpw,-the* only re'-yV>/'Vv?n;  maihirig strongly",fortified, garrison"; '���������������������������*.SSl7.  on the way.'to the German frontier.'' ,77, YS-}.\  The Russians ~arc "rejoiced"-al  the  fa 11^ of Przcmysl'  while, ah official  statement from  Vienna'says,""The'  fall of the fortress, with which the  higher   command   reckoned" for'a ,  long time, has no influence.on "the  situation in general."  In the attack on the Dardanelles"  forts by thc Allied Heel, no progress  has been/ reported since' Thursday "  last,'on Avhich clay the" British-prc-  drcadnoughls Irresistible and Ocean  ancl the French dreadnought Bouvet -  w,cre lost in an attack on thc chan--'  ncl   forts.    Following this  day, of  .misfortune to thc Allies/another attack was made by'the fleet on'Saturday,  wilh   uncertain   results   reported. 7  'd_ight British merchantmen were'  torpedoed lasl week by the_Gcr_nian_  underwatcr:"craft7i3Ut"iof_a_tT5t"al~oif~  some 1500 which travelled to and  from British ports.  German ReporJ of Losses ���������������������������  Berlin, March 20.���������������������������An official  statement issued today by the German general staff declares that thc  total German losses in thc fighting  in. Ihe vicinity of Ncuve Chapclle  were aboul (1,000.  Preparing for thc Worst  Commenting on the Ncuve Chnp-  pelle battle Ihe London Daily Telegraph says: "Even lo the most heed*  less it becomes clear, perhaps for  the first lime during lhc war, how  high is lhe price of victory in this  devastating conflict and how great  is -the price yet lo be paid before  our task can be accomplished.  When viewed in Ihe perspective of  a few months hence Ncuve Chap-  pcllc will lie seen to have been a  minor engagement in this terrific  conflict. In a word, we must steel  ourselves for casually lists of far  more lamentable proportions lhan  (hose which have saddened us during the pasl few days. The time is  surely approaching when, if lhc  nation does nol dispel the unreality  wilh which, in considerable pari, it  continues To view the crisis, it will  receive a harrowing shock. For all  its. lowered lights, khaki-thronged  streets and recruiting posters, the  ���������������������������,'eneral life of London has moved  ittle from ils normal course. Des-  leralely sad days are, coming and  we would do. well, one and all of us,  to'' strengthen ourselves against  Ihem by some measure of preparation. Directly, or indirectly, everybody can do something in the way  of service. The fact of being engaged will at least, when the struggle i.s joined and the mourning becomes deeper, have a feeling that  each in his own degree, we arc doing our part." THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 25,   1915  Dewdney. We take off our hat to Mr. Gardom  for lhc courage hc lias shown in entering the field  in opposition lo Mr. Ellison, the old-timers'  favorite and the parly nominee. Whether he  wins or loses in thc contest, he will have gained  the good graces of thc electorate of lhc Northern  Okanagan, for Avhcre is the man who does not  respect a good, fighter and a man wilh the courage  of his convictions?  When the hanks of Canada have'restricted the  counlry' circulating medium until there Is not  enough lo go round, even at a starvation ��������������������������� ratio,  then,' possibly, will lhc Dominion Government  waken to lhe fact Thai it is impossible to equip an  army of 1.00,000 men and keep il in thc Held and  al the same lime run the business of lhc country  on a circulating medium lhat was barely enough  per capita'lo carry on business when conditions  were normal.  ROUNDLY ROASTED  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every  Thursday at    Rnderby,   P.. C.  at  S2  per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising Hates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising:, SI an inch per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion: Re a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  MARCH 25, 1915  A BOLT FROM THE BLUE  There will undoubtedly be a hot campaign  fought in lhe Okanagan in thc approaching election. The nomination of the Hon. Price Ellison  by thc Conservatives in convention was to be expected, so long as Mr. Ellison sought lhc nomination. He has served lhe parly and the district for  seventeen years, and, even in lhc face of the admitted irregularity in connection wilh lhc cattle  deal, which, hylheway, was nothing more than  a mistake, he could not he turned down after all  these years of faithful service without al least being given a chance lo appeal* heforc thc electors  and explain thc mallei- which has been greatly  misunderstood and misconstrued.  This was certainly thc thought of the nominating convention. And il was believed lhat when  Mr. Ellison appears before thc electors, and explains his action, he will make oul so good a  case lhal his friends of old will rally to his  support and once more place him as Iheir representative in thc Provincial Legislature. It was  not thought possible for the Liberal parly to nominate a man who could defeat Mr. Ellison, not  alone because of the good work Mr. Ellison has  =ol o n H:o r=t;l i e^ridin gt4) u t=be .a use=ol-h is-o\v-i*us t ro n g-  pcrsonnlily and  popularity with  tlie old-timers.  But a boll from lhe blue has been launched.  Mr. Basil Gardom. who was responsible for the  unearthing of lhe "cattle case" against Mr. Ellison  appeared upon the scene this week, after the nomination of Mr. Ellison by Ihe Conservative convention, ancl has publicly declared his intention to  conlcsl Mr. Ellison's election.   Mr. Gardom is a  --3"IHingj.najLoiVLLei'ljngJIMUlJViijL J"'1' w;,s Provin-  cial constable al Enderby some years ago, and  bears.a reputation that cannot be questioned. He  is a Conservative of the independent type, and a  man that goes lo the bottom of anvlhing he un-  derlakes. Thai he will fight lhis conlcsl lo the  end we firmly believe. For many months he  followed up the cattle case al Victoria, and finally  succeeded in having the mailer brought, up in  the House. He feels that he. loo. has his reputation to sustain, and boldly asserts lhal he will go  before lhe electors of lhe Okanagan and explain  lhe case from his point of view.  It i.s apparent lhat Mr. Ellison will have the  lhe fight of his life in the forthcoming campaign.  If the Liberals nominale a candidate, and make a  three-cornered contest oul of it, Mr. Ellison will  have the advantage, for he will have at his back  the parly organization. If Mr. Gardom and Mr.  Ellison are alone in the field, Mr. Gardom has the  chance of a life-lime lo win. These are facts that  wc cannol be blind lo. The people of lhe norlh  end of lhe riding know Mr. Gardom, and they  have every confidence in him. He i.s nol, and  never has been, a blind party-man, but he is a  faithful man in whatever position he attempts lo  lill. He, too. has a strong personality, and whal  he will have lo say, in this campaign and after it.  will lie direct and lo the point.  Since his residence in lhe Okanagan, Mr. Gardom has acquired considerable wealth, and today owns one of  Ihe  best   thoroughbred  cattle|  Just whal thc British war office hopes to gain  by withholding from lhc public so much lhal it  would seem to"be vitally important for thc public  to know, is a mystery. But il is jusl possible lhe  war office knows whal it is good for the public to  know belter lhan thc public knows itself. The  publicity end of the war is full of mystery anyway. Thc curtain is-drawn upon events in such  a way as to preclude lhc public knowing anything  much about thc whole affair. More information  has leaked through in letters written by thc boys  at lhc front lhan has been given oul by the war  ollice on cither side. No doubt this is as il should  be. Bul lhc whole Ihing is "getting on thc nerves"  of lhc British public. In thc recent battle at  Ncuve Chappellc, where the British troops, wilh  the Canadians, captured an important position,the  German losses were reported thc same day-in  numbers ranging from 10,000 lo 18,000, though it  is difficult lo understand how thc publicity department on thc British side could learn what  the German losses really were in so short a time.  One would think it.would be easier to get the  British losses than lhc German losses by the publicity end on our side. But it docs not seem to be.  It is jusl possible that these "johnny-on-ihe-spot"  reports of losses on either side arc really guesses  based.upon nothing in particular, and given oul  simply to make it look well for the side giving out  the statement. .'The London Times gives evidence  of the dissatisfaction in England because of these  one-sided reports when it says:  "Ollicial news dwelt upon a victory, deftly ignoring  the cost. We had'stories "of thc very wounded singing  in triumphs, of the deadly nature of our artillery fire,  of gangs of despondent German prisoners mown down  like corn. Wc were left lo discover by laboriously  counting of lhe casualty lists lhal apparently over 200  ollicers were killed al Neuve Chapclle and SI. Eloi, and  over 300 ollicers wounded, together with a great hut  so far undisclosed casually list among the rank and  file. The proper way lo have told our people about  Neuve Chapclle was lo he pcrfeclly frank wilh them.  They should have been told we gained something,  though very little; that il was worth doing. Thai our  troops fought with extraordinary valor hut that lhc  price paid was extremely high. Thc nation would not  have blanched, hut at least it would have been under  no delusion.   -  "Thc root of the difficulties we're now* encountering  i.s lhal of ignorance. When the war began we urged  lhc Government lo bear in mind lhat the democracy  would be displeased with .war in lhe dark. Il has  taken eight months and hosts of labor disputes for  llicm to make this simple discovery. They acted as  ���������������������������lh._Jofh_j_he.v_ tbought thc press wished to use the war  for selfish ends. They never urHle1^t"b^l^tlTc^pW5fsT  They certainly never understood thc nation; they  never ceased to treat the public like whimpering children, and from the most unworthy, mistaken fears  they've constantly failed lo take the public into their  confidence."  Thc Times declares lhal the machine-made, uniform  slatemcnls about actions already fought will never  bring the war vividly home to Ihe British people. The  Government must mobilize Ihe press and use more  news for intelligent peoples. "There has been a growing dissalisfaction among all circles wilh ollicial  methods and Ihe handling of information for thc press.  Thc censors are nol to blame for this, but the authorities behind the censorship."  II is said by thc British publicity department to  have cost the"Germans 18,000 in killed and wounded and laken prisoners in the Neuve Chapclle  battle. Upon whal basis these figures are arrived  al it is not staled. Twenty-live hundred were  actually found dead in Neuve Chapclle alone. Thc  British* losses are given a I about two-thirds of thc  number credited to lhc Germans, or 12,000.  BANKoFMONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital,  $16,000,000 (paid up)  Rest,  $16,000,000  ���������������������������  na  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  r.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  DepoBits received from ?1 upwards, aud interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited "30th  June    and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH E. J. WHITE, Manager  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding, * -. - - $10.00 per M  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6, - - = - - $13.00 per M  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    - $1.75 per M  Short Cordwood,        - $3.75 per load  Dry Blocks, $2.25 per load  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NOW  t  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Lid. e^.*.  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, ^^URPHY Enderby  Thc situation is becoming so serious in Mexico  Cily that the United States Government has sent  representations lo General Caranza, practically  amounting lo a warning, demanding an improvement of conditions and'due regard to the welfare  of foreigners. Two warships have been sent to  Vera Cruz to be on hand in case of necessity.  The right of \'vqc re-entry for Chinese leaving  Canada to visit their native land has been extended from one year's time to six months after  the termination of the war.  We have on hand good Alfalfa, which we are prepared  to deliver anywhere in the City: one bale or one ton  ALFALFA PRODUCTS, LIMITED  Give Your Home Printer a  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Financial Statements  Invitations  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Ball Programmes  Visiting Cards  Poultrymen's Mating Lists  Our hanks and banking laws arc just what the  people of Canada deserve.    They will be made  heller when the people denumd lhal Ihey be made  breeding   randies   in    the    Province,   located al'heller.   Don'l blame the banks; blame lhe people.  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE   WALKER   PRESS  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound y^r  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from���������������������������    THE WALKER PRESS $  Thursday, March 25,   1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  WHEN BUYING YEAST |  INSIST ON HAWING  THIS PACKAGE  THE CURSE OF FIGHTING  M_JHimxiiiixW_\  MMl-  ���������������������������tm  ppSW  S__*_������������������^!^S__S_  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  Plenty of Wheat on Hand  As the result of a special inquiry  made by the Census ancl Statistics  oflice at Ottawa, it was learned that  Canada has on hand, in round  figures, 80,000,000 bushels of wheat.  This quantity of wheat should be  amply sufficient to meet all requirements between now and harvest  time, for seeding this spring and  for food during the next six months.  Wmm  OF CANADA  : When will You Save if  you don't Save NOW ?  Though your salary or income  will no doubt increase,, so will  your expenses���������������������������and many find  that the latter more than keep  - pace with the former. Now is the  ��������������������������� time to start, a Reserve- Fund���������������������������  and the Savings Department of  the Union Bank of Canada is  the place to keep~it.  Deposit the .extra you have on ,  hand now ���������������������������. you can open an'  account with any sum, down to  onedollar���������������������������anddrawinterestonit.  Enderby BranGh,      J. W. GILLMAN. Manager  SECRET SOCIETIES  Civilization has much to answer  for. Thc greed'for power ancl pelf  has always been the curse of our  European countries. From earliest  history, il has always been the  same slory of oppression and woe.  Today cholera is coining to Poland. Famine i.s there now. Disease  i.s eating the heart out of Servia.  Her army and civilians are dying  by Ihe thousands. Belgium has thc  same story to tell. Scarlet fever  and typhoid and small pox and enteric and typhus are old settlers in  these stricken countries. Unless  something is done the world will  be horrified���������������������������if thc world has not  lost its capacity foiyjiorror���������������������������by the  suffering of the Poles the approaching spring ancl summer.  Herbert Corey, writes from Berlin  of whal he has seen in Poland.  "There isn't anything particularly  appealing about the 1,000,000 Poles  who arc today facing death from  starvation," says he. "They are the  poorest of the poor. They live in  mud hovels on mud streets. Their  lives are monotonies of squalor.  That they live at all is because humanity has a wonderful capacity  for adjustment to wretchedness.  "But they need help. They must  be helped or they will die. Of all  the victims of this war they arc thc  most innocent and helpless. Armies  of Germans and Russians three  times swept their territory, and  they stood aghast ancl unresisting.  They do not' understand the cause  of the war. Having hacl an experience with Russian overlords it may  be that the more intelligent hoped  for a transfer to German ownership,  on the theory that no change of  masters could possibly make their  condition worse. But they took no  action. They have been supine and  utterly miserable.  "We saw the body of a 5-year-old-  child .in the streets of Lodz," said a  member of the commission" of the  American Red,Cross that has been  investigating conditions in Poland.  "It had starved to death, y Its little  body had been fairly shrivelled by  hunger, so that "only blacKehed skin  clung to the tiny bones. Its face  was that'of an .old man. It was  marked by the long lines of suffer-  inj,'. There will, be thousands of  dead children in Polish streets if  someone does not come to their aid.'  BETTER CANADIAN BABIES  R. E. WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40-  Kegular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. ill Oddfellows Hall. Vi_n"tih_  brethren cordially invited  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ULTIMATE SUCCESS CERTAIN  I. 0.0. F.  'iS^ v^S������������������a=^  Eureka Lodge, No. BO  _Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I._0.  =07FrHalirMetcalf "blockT-       *  ways   welcome.  - Visiting Brothers al-  C. PARKINSON, N. G.  W. A. RUSSELL. V. G.  WM. DUNCAN. Soc'y.  J. B. GAYLORD, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hull. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  .   R. H. CRANE. C. C.  T. H. CALDER, K.R.S.  , R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  R. N. BAILEY. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  <���������������������������  #���������������������������  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables \ \  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Com������������������io- \ >  dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  London, March 20.���������������������������The British  battleships Irresistible and Ocean,  and the- French battleship Bouvet  were blown up by floating mines  while engaged with the remainder  of thc Allied lleet in attacking the  forts in the narrows of the Dardanelles Thursday. The British loss  in men was not heavy, but the crew  of the French battleship could not  =be-rescuccbas-the-ship-went_downun  less than three minutes.  The London Chronicle of the 20lh  March says: "The loss of three  battleships in Thursday's attack on  the interior forts of the Dardanelles  will be received with profound regret in both England and France,  but it affects in no respect the ultimate success of the operations.  In the narrow channel, where the  danger of drifting mines is increased by the rapidity of Ihe current, the operations of mine sweepers can never certainly be regarded  as completed, and it would indeed  have been surprising if Ihe Allies  had succeeded in forcing a passage  without the loss of ships."  The London Daily News says:  "The loss of the Irresistible and  the Ocean is a serious blow from n  material point of view. But let us  consider, in the .first place, that  trained men are of far more importance than old pre-dreadnought  battleships, and, in the second  place, that these vessels would not  have been sent to the eastern Mediterranean if we could not have well  afforded to spare them from the  North Sea. At the beginning of the  war we had forty pre-dreadnought  battleships to Germany's twenty,  and after seven months' fighting we  now have thirty-six. lo her twenty."  A movement has been inaugurated  in Canada for "belter Canadian  babies." Belter Canadian fathers  ancl belter Canadian mothers would  he more lo the point, then there  would nol need lo be tbe movement  for better Canadian babies. All the  Canadian babies we have ever seen  are just as good as any babies in thc  world. The circular mailer sent  out by this "Belter Canadian Babies'  movement reads just about as foolish as the movement itself. We arc  reproducing below one of these circular readers sent us for publication:  "Calves and chickens come before  babies in these days of higher education., Thousands of dollars are  spent by our Governments to teach  us how to care for and feed calves  and chickens, but did you ever hear  of one dollar being spent to teach  Canadian mothers how to care for  their babies either before or after  birth? Thousands of babies die  every year because their mothers  do not know how to care for their  children. How many calves or  chickens die from the same reason?  Not many. Why? Because we have  made a study of their requirements  and know how they should be cared  for, ancl because our Creator has  given them power to help themselves to a certain degree almost  from birth.  "Babies not being able to help  themselves, there is all the more  reason why mothers should fit  themselves to help babies.. What  chance have babies* to become  healthy Canadian citizens if our  mothers do not know how to care  for them?  "Our Governments spend  thousands of dollars to deal with hog  cholera, but where is there a dollar  spent to stamp out tuberculosis in  babies?    Even the doctors do nol  seem to study the baby; their time  is taken lip* doctoring adults that,  had  they been' "given proper" care  when babies, would have "grown" up  healthy arid strong" and would not  have needed a doctor so frequently.  Babies   are   not' 'born   "strong' '* or  'weakly'; they are born just as their  mothers   brought   them   into ' the  world, ancl even the weakest little  mortal  can  ba  made  healthy and  strong if its mother will only, use"  common sense, and good judgment  in the care of her child.   Mothers  should join  in "the movement  for  Better Canadian Babies, and learn  from those who have made a study  of babies just what to do and whal  nol to do lo have them  grow up  healthy, happy children."  Bailiffs Sale!  .UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE POWERS CONTAINED  IN TWO CERTAIN CHATTEL MORTGAGES, WHICH WILL  BE PRODUCED AT THE TIME OF SALE, I HAVE CAUSED  TO BE SEIZED, AND WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT���������������������������  PUBLIC AUCTION  On Tuesday, March 30,1915  At thc hour of 1.30 o'clock in thc afternoon, at the  Barnum Poultry Ranch  Near Enderby, namely on thc West 1-2 of thc Southeast 1-4 of  Section 10, Township 19, Range 9, West of the Gth Meridian, in  thc Province of British Columbia, thc following chattels, namely  ���������������������������*> -* - ��������������������������� '  1 Team Dark Brown Geldings, age 8 and 9 years,  weight, 2,600. -       _  1 Bay Horse [driver] age, 10 years; weight, 1,100.  2 Sows 16 Pigs   ���������������������������     ....'���������������������������  500 Head of Fancy and Prize Poultry���������������������������White Wyandottes,  and S. C. Leghorns (pure bred and fancy strain of  layers.)    :  8 Buff Cochin Bantams.  1 Wagon 1 Hay Rack  2 Sets Work Sleighs  1 Harrow  1 Separator -   /  2 Sets Double Work Harness  1 Set Single Driving Harness * \       _ ./  2 Cyphers, Incubators, 240 and 390 Egg Size.        \     /;  1 Chatham Incubator, 112 Egg Size     7     . Y   ��������������������������� "-Y.Y7  2 Cyphers Brooders'. ;. ' 6 Portable Hovers;  1 Large Egg. Cabinet, : "; v"��������������������������� 12 Colony Houses^v^lp||  18 Drinking Fountains--;=.._. Y.ja ��������������������������� V..77 * -:;i^Y:Y-JMYYrSi^  12 Dry Mash Hoppers, ,. ,, :/~Y, :" # y/j- v: y*V: ^1,^  Large number of other poultry appliances and"tools, "etc;.  1 Democrat Buggy  lPlow ���������������������������    .'  1 Disc Harrowv ;V  1 Grindstone    V  Blocks and Cable: 7  V **''' ''i ���������������������������*"��������������������������� **��������������������������� "5i<*|  Dated at Vernon, B.C., this 20lh day ol March} A.D. 1915. ^Tsg  .$, A. H. BREW, Deputy SheritS V  SYNOPSIS Of COJl MINING REGULATIONS  Don't forget that it is your advertising that puts you on the map.  Keep at your advertising. Don't  give a big splash followed by a lot  of silence.  ""Coal mining rights of the Domin-  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a lerm of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of ������������������1  an acre. Not more than 25C0 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by tlie applicant in person to  thc Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  musl be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in imsurveyed territory lhe tract  applied for snail be slaked out by  Ihe applicant himself.  F-:icli application musl be accompanied by a fee of ������������������5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are nol available, but not otherwise.  A royally shall he paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish Ihe Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay lhe royally thereon.  If the coal mining rights are nol  operated, such returns should be  furnished al least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permitted to purchase'whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary ofthc Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion bands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unaulhorizcd publication of  this advertisement will not be paid ,  for.  ButterWrapper  Parchment  __=_JJi(*uJ}_oj:i:)jl^^  butler without lhc words "Dairy Butler" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as thc case may be���������������������������printed  on thc butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to thc  average farmer. In thc first place, if his Butter  wrappers arc neatly printed with his name and  lhc brand of lhc butter on lhc label, thc storekeepers can readily sell the butter at 5c a pound  more lhan hc can get for butler wrapped in paper  lhat is nol printed, and the butter-maker gets thc  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  lhc merchant.  11 is the duty of every butler maker lo comply wilh lhc law in this mailer. Some butler  makers have only a cow or I wo, and make so Ii t i lo  buller lhal il docs nol appear to Ihem lhal they  can afford lo have their butler wraps printed.  They do not like lhe idea of having 500 or 1000  buller wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of buller makers, Thc Press has printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Buller Wraps. They arc  printed with lhc words "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do nol bear the name of lhe maker. However,  Ihesc wrappers fill lhe requirements of the law  governing lhis point, and can be bought in small  quantities al the rale of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not repuire butter wraps in  larger lots, lake these-wraps'in lesser quantities.  $2.75  3.75  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  The Walker Press THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, March 25,   1915  Hon. Price Ellison Again Chosen  to Stand in Northern Okanagan  The nomination of the Hon. Price  Ellison was made unanimous at Ihe  Conservative convention in Vernon  on "March 18lh.   There were 81 dele-  Fresh Eggs Ten Years Old  Cake made of eggs ten years  old was served to the jurors in  the United States Federal Court  in New York a few* days ago in  lhe hearing of a case brought  against a former collector of lhe  port by Robert Hcrbsl, an im-  lines, and this argument was answered by "Mr. T. A. Norris, who  said there was no feaiy'of the press  in this, connection, lie had been  gales present from the various poll- given the opportunity of seeing twojporlcr, lo recover $12,000 be  ing districts throughout the riding,! prominent linancial papers pub-i cause a consignment of prc-  wilh the names of two candidates j lished in Eastern Canada, bolh of I served Chinese eggs in which he  before the convention���������������������������Mr. Ellison ! which spoke very highly of the ser- was interested, was destroyed as  and Mr. Keary, of Armstrong and; vice of Mr. Ellison to his conslilu- unfit for use. The eggs had been  New Westminster. The vote of Hil- cn'cy and as minister of .lhc Crown, J preserved in a. solution of bor-  convention was:..Ellison, f>5; Kcary, and.'neither of which referred in jacic acid; Dr. E, L. Smith, 1'or-  2!), blank, 1. As soon as lhe result any way to the unhappy incident i mcrly professor of biological  of the ballot was announced, Ihe j in connection ,with Mr. Ellison's j chemistry at the Fordham M'cdi-  supporlers of Mr. Keary moved than transaction with the Colony ..Farm, j cal School, testified it was pos-  .Mr. Fllison be made the unanimous! The resolutions committee sub-isible lo keep eggs a hundred  choice of Ihe convention, und this j milled three resolutions for the con- j years by'.-������������������������������������������������������this, .method without  was carried amid considerable ap-j sideralion of lhc convention, which ' impairing their quality.  plause. I were unanimously passed, express-,    In accepling the nominalion, Mr.: ing confidence in the administration  Ellison   heartily   thanked   lhe   con-! of  the   Borden   and   McBride  Gov-  having again  honorcfl; crnmenls, and  urging lhe appoinl-  Special  Order  Tailoring  venlion loi  him. He fell thai lhis nominalion  was more lo be prized lhan any lie  had received in past years. II was  an expression of confidence by the  delegates lhal he appreciated more  than words could express. He recognized lhal lhe convention's action  was lo be measured as more lhan  an endorsement of himself, and  was lo he looked upon more as an  endorsement  of  the  policy  of  the  ment of a proper ollicial to take  charge of lhe immigration problem  which would confront the Dominion and the Provinces al lhc termination of the war, when it is believed millions of citizens of thc  European countries will turn this  way to make their future homes.  Al the conclusion of the business  of lhe convention, the Dislrict Conservative Association  was reorgan-  FOR SALE���������������������������4-passenger Buick Mo-  lor Car. J3csl buy in the Okanagan; .$175 cash.   'A. En lion.  Hon. Richard McBride as leader of  izeel, wilh Mr'" Arthur Cochrane as  lhe parly. Mi*. Ellison promised lo  make lhe fight ol' his life in the  campaign soon lo be launched, and  if elected, of which hc fell there  was no doubt, he would conlinuc lo  serve all parts of the-riding lo lhe  ulmosl of his ability, as a private  member of the party if not as a  minister of Ihe Government. As lo  the railway policy of the Government, 'he assured the convention  lhat il was the intention lo press  for the early building of the branch  lines already provided for to connect wilh lhc mainline of thc Canadian. Northern. This work had  been laid over on lhe outbreak of  . Lhe war, and could nol be taken-up  wilh reason until the war was at  an nnd. If could be of little service  to., thc Valley without the mainline  completed.  Mr. Ellison reiterated the well-  known policy of Ihe McBride ad-  minislralion looking lo the development of lhe natural resources of lhe  Province, and promised io give his  support lo every slep laken by Ihe  Government in carrying forward  lhis great work.  In proposing Ihe name of Mr.  Keary in the convention, Mr. Rogers  of Armstrong, spoke strongly of Lhc  president, Mr. Shalford, vice-president, Mr. Hugh Moggie, secretary,  and the president and secretary of  each Conservative association in  the riding as members of Lhe district executive.  Slils  and Slits  This story is told by Lady Duff  Gordon, the London dress expert:  A girl said to a young man one evening: "I walked through the Row  and Piccadilly, and took lea wilh  you at lhe Carlton, and all thc time  thc buttons of my blouse were unfastened al the back, ancl you never  offered lo do them up." "Well1,"  said the young'man, "I thought perhaps it was lhe newest wrinkle.  You see, I offered to do up the slit  in a girl's skirt lhe olher day, and  she told mc lo mind my own business or she would tell her father."  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 give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, 'B. C.  Genuine  Semi-ready  Tailoring  When our farmers can explain  how il is that lhc farmers of New  Zealand can gel together and ship  millions of pounds of butter to lhis  country, ten thousand miles away,  and sell il under their noses, perhaps Ihcy will have good reason to  complain of lhe lack of market for  feeling prevailing in  Ihe Northern i ]()ca] maclc. IjuLIci*-.    A standard but-  IS AT HAND  Book orders now to insure  prompt attention. Painting, Kalsomining, Paper-  hanging,     work-hop near City Hall  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next thc Fulton Block, Enderby  Suits Made to Order in  Four Days  <_ 300 patterns to choose from���������������������������All imported  British Worsteds, Serges, Cheviots, Vicunas,  Tweeds'and Homespuns���������������������������The richest collection of weaves ever shown.  <I "Wc have secured the sole right to sell Serai-ready  Special Order Tailoring���������������������������hand-tailored clothes made  by specialists in fine tailoring���������������������������20 different styles  in the Album of Fashion.  <3 It takes exactly four days at the shons to finish a  suit, ancl we guarantee satisfaction and an accurate  lit without a try-on.  Values from $18 up.  Enderby Supply Company  Enderby. B. C.  We can supply you with the following  brands of Flour:  end of lhc riding, that lhis section  has nol in lhe past received ils fair  share   of   attention,   and   lhal   loo  much of Ihe allenlion thai was due  the  Norlh   had   been   given   lo   the  district   in   Ihe  immediate   vicinity  of Vernon.    lie   Celt   lhal  with  Ihcj  dislrict divided as if was under thc I  =n e-w���������������������������i-e< lis l-ri bu t-i o n-=b i-l IHIV -s-e-ss&n--+  lial   lhat   Ihe  representative  should  come from the centre of the district';  as from this point he would have aj  belter chance of knowing Ihe needs j  of all and could belter see thai Ihe I  dislrict  was equitably served.    "Mr.  Kcary  is heavily  interested  in   the  Valley,   and   promised,   if   nominated,  to   become  a   resident   of  the  district.      He promised lhe convention  lhe support of  Ihe Norlh   for  Ihe   candidate   named,   whelher   il  should be Mr. Ellison or Mr. Keary.  Speaking in support of Ihe candidature of Mr. Keary, Mr. Donald  Graham called attention to Ihe position it would place lhe party in if  lhe convention should name Mr. I.l-  lison. In Ihe face of whal has  transpired in connection with Mr.  Kllison's ministerial position, he  said Ihe action of Ihe convention  would be ridiculed by the press  from one end of Canada lo. the  olher. lie recognized the good services rendered by Mr. Ellison in  Ihe seventeen years he has represented the Okanagan, bul believed  il was to Ihe best interest of I he-  parly aud the district if he were  nol again  nominated.  Mr. Masseii spoke along Ihe same  ler, of one quality, will always find  a market, whereas butter of various  and sundry make and color and  smell, while equally as good as the  standard brand, will go begging for  a market.  BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME  At the least cost ancl risk by planting your gardens and orchards with  our Roses, Ornamental and Fruit  Trees, grown only in B. C, al our  well-known RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, at Grand Forks. No order too  large or too small.  For prices and particulars apply  H. E. C. Harris,       Enderby  Royal Household  Centennial  Strong Baker  A good supply of Cerials  Glenbra  Varsity  Hungarian  Feed of Various Kinds  We have a supply of SEED GRAIN on hand;   also CLOVER,  TIMOTHY and ALFALFA and SMALL SEEDS.  WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN POULTRY NETTING  BARB WIRE, GARDEN SEEDERS, EUREKA CHURNS,  GARDEN TOOLS, PAINTS, OILS & VARNISHES.  TRY US FOR BUILDING PAPER, FELT ROOFING, AND  i_U!I_bl_RSJ-M?W ������������������������������������������������������-  YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICES  REASONABLE.  RIGHT   AND   TERMS  IF YOU CANNOT CALL, WRITE.     WE WILL SEND THE  GOODS 13Y PARCEL POST, EXPRESS OR FREIGHT.  D... <:.  I.  McCl/LLOl'GIl,  DENTIST  Hours, !> lo 11* 'and  I  to .").  Pa* appointment only  WMI #11 HjKAJ'li i������������������|    IMIMJIH  TEECE & SON,  We deliver to any part of the city  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  High-Class  Wall Decorations  In  Now is the Time to Order Your  Spring Suit  Customer's Own Material Made Up.  Prices from $15.00 up.  "olson Block, al bridge.  hnderln*  Clc-ining, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor  ENDERBY  ���������������������������   j3yecl Burlaps������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Ceilings  Panel Borders  Varnish Tiles  Fibre Veneer  Sanatas  Cork Velours  Ingrains  Arabian Leathers  Wood - Krusta  Make your home restful, pleasing  and inviting. Keep up with the  times by decorating your walls  with High-Class Hangings.  New Ideas���������������������������the best in quality  ���������������������������the best in decorative value���������������������������  and the lowest prices possible  with a small living profit.  J. E.  Crane, Prop.  WANT ADS  EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER is  prepared to take on a set or two  of books for evening work.    Ap-  -^pl\^W^-Walker-l*ressT~-m25-2t-  COWS FOR SALE--Two milch cows  rising 7 years; good milkers; well  broken and gentle; in calf to our  pure-bred Ayrshire bull, Bessie's  Model (26938) due to freshen on  or about "March 20th and 29th respectively. Apply to R. J. Collar!, Enderby. m28-2l  STIUWBEIHiy.IT.ANTS^Magoons,  from lsti year plants. 50, 7f>c;  100, $1; 1000, .$8.50. Orders taken  until -April 10th. Apply, L. Proctor, Enderby. in25-3t  FOR  SALE  ���������������������������Two  h c i  fcrs  (coming  in)  and  Iwo   milk  cows.    Win.  ��������������������������� Ho  ddiiu,  Mabel  Lai  ce   road,  En-  del  by.  nil 8-21  SETTING EGGS FOR SALE���������������������������From  pure-bred White Leghorns, $1.50  per selling of 13; from first-cross  Wyandolte i\nd While Leghorns,  $1.00 per setting of 13; all from  2-ycar-old birds. Lawes, Enderby  Heights.  NO.l DUCK EGGS FOR HATCHING  Pure-bred While Pekin; $1.00 per  setting of 11 eggs. "Mrs. John  McKay, "Waterside, Enderby.   a31  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. in4-tf  SETTINGS OF "BRED-TO-LAY"  While Leghorns for sale. H. F.  Cowan,   Enderby. 1'18-lf   *  FOR SALE��������������������������� White  Leghorn cockerels for breeding;  good laying strain. 'Young pigs.  H. F. Cowan, Enderby.  FIRST-CLASS BOARD and rooms;  reasonable rates; Bradley house.


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