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 4  Enderby, B. C, April 1, 1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol; 8; No. 5; Whole No. 359.  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  .j, Joe Mowat returned to Kamloops  [i on Saturday.  Mr. R. R. Gibbs left on Monday on  a business trip lo Kamloops.  An Easter Monday dance will be  held at Ihe Enderby dpera House.  , A. C. Skaling, barrister and solicitor,  left for the coast Wednesday evening.  Miss Gertie Teece returned to her  home from New Westminster College on Monday.  Grindrod's hard limes dance will  be held at the school house on the  evening of- April 9ih.  Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dougall returned from Nakusp this week,  where they spent the winter.  A meeting of the HospilaLAuxil-  iary will be held in the City Hall  Monday, April 5th, at, 3.30 p.m.  Frank Pearson will return io Enderby next month, having finished  ids collegiate studies at the coast.  Mrs. K. C. Larson returned Monday from the Slocan Hospital, at  New Denver, much improved in  nealth.  Colonel   Lowery   says   the  mer-  ' chant  who   slops  his  ad   to  save  money is like the mail *who stopped  the clock;to save linie.  Harry Baxter .left for, Vancouver  ' "--*'. en Monday to resume work with the  survey party  with whom -he was'  employed lasl season..-  - ��������������������������� Persons -subscribing to the Hospital fund are.requested.to hand in  their subscriptions to. Arthur Teece  before the end*of March.  -    '  Mr. E. J. White, manager of the  Bank of Montreal, has been transfered  to the Armstrong branch.  Mr. Winters,  - of Greenwood, comes to Enderby.   V.  The showers of the pasl week and  heavy downpours . al night have  been worth thousands of dollars to  tiie district, and brought the smile  of plenty to thc gardens.  Parish of Enderby, Easier Day:  Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; (choral),  11 a. m.; Children's service, 2.30 p.  m.; Choral .Evensong,* 7.30 p.m.  Good Friday: Matlins, 10.30; Even-  -  song, .7.30 p.m.  The tennis court will open for the  season on Saturday. Thc fee has  been reduced this season as fol-  . lows: Gentlemen (season) $5; per  month, $1.50; ladies, (season) ������������������2.50;  per month, $1.00.  Red Paddy is still growing whis-   'kcrs.   He raises them onjus ranch^  near "PrincetohV "TiiFTasl crop he"  marketed to a hair mattress factory  al New Denver,  according to the  Greenwood Ledge.  Mr. R. Kendall, local representative of the Inlernalional Correspondence Schools, will be in Enderby the balance of this week, and  has arranged with Mr. Woods for a  window display of thc work being  done by the schools.  " " Special Easter services will be  held in the Methodist Church next  Sundav. In the evening lhe pastor  will speak on "The Meaning of  Easter." Special music will be  furnished by lhe choir. Service at  Ashlon school at 2.30.  There is one square mile of land  in Canada lo every two people of  ils population. When these conditions are changed, and there arc  families of six and eight to every  few acres of land, think of the prosperity that will then prevail from  one end of Canada to the other.  The annual meeting of the Enderbv Board of Trade will be held in  the Cily Hall this (Thursday) evening lo receive thc officers' reports  and wind, up the business of the  past year. Every businessman and  lhe citizens generally arc earnestly  requested to be present. If you  have any complaints'or suggestions  here is thc place to make them.  Manager Stevens slates that lhc  saws will be started in the Okanagan Saw Mills next week. II is the  intention of lhe company to employ  only white men in the mill so far  as possible. The planers have been  in operation for the past month or  two, and the lumber market has  given promise of a very busy season  though just at this time there is a  perceptible falling off in orders.  Hot Cross Buns, delicious and warm,'  at Joe's.  CITY COUNCIL IN SESSION  Thc City Council met in regular  session Monday evening, His Worship the Mayor in the chair and all  members present.  After the reading and approval of  the minutes a letter was read from  Messrs. Billings & Cochrane, setting  forth that  in  their opinion .there  was no doubt about the telephone  company being liable for a license  fee; lhat if the Enderby Growers'  Association   were   a    co-operative  concern   only ' trading   among  ils  own members, it would not be liable  for a license fee, but lhat if it was  buying and selling to the public it  was a  trader and the license  fee  should  be demanded.     A  .further  letter was read from the same firm  of barristers stating that they, had  obtained   the  opinion   of  eminent  counsel with reference to imposition   of  license  tax  on   chartered  banks  and   were   satisfied   that   it  would be folly on lhe part of any  municipality lo endeavor to collect  said tax from'banks in the event of  the latter being prepared to resist.  Il was moved by Aid. Dill and Aid  Grant, that the Growers' Association  be notified that unless they comply  with the requirements of the license  by-law of-thc city by the 10th of  April,  1915,  action  will  be .taken  against them iri the courts. Carried.  The "clerk .was instructed to"lake  the necessary steps to enforce the  by-law,in..the event,of payment not  being mifde'.by.'thc clate-.-mentioned.  rfhe :clerk called the, attention ol  the(_conncil to an error iri the drafting of By-law No. 77, ancl a By-law  correcting the error.was passed two  readings.-  Thc   finance   committee   recommended that all properties on which  laxes for year 1914 are in arrear be  included In the tax sale which hai  already been "ordered by the council.-   The committee recognize that  this i.s a measure which will entail  considerable    hardship    on    some  property owners, and regret lhat it  should be necessary to ,resort to so  drastic an expedient, but consider  it  unavoidable, .for -the  following  reasons: That it has been intimated  by thc Inspector of Municipalities  that the Government will not consider   that   thc   council   are   doing  Iheir best to meet the situation unless a tax salc-to cover 1914 taxes is  announced; that such action would  be an assurance to the bondholders  ofjhc good faith of the council and  so m"al^thc~h"rlc?ss_l i Icel y~tcrta kc~a~c~  lion  against  the city;  and  lhat it  would   improve   the   city's   credit  with thc banks to such an extent,  wc believe, as to induce one or thc  olher of Ihem to make advances to  a  reasonable amount   for carrying  on the current business of thc cily.  The committee further recommended that thc clerk be instructed  lo forward a circular letter to all  persons from whom revenues are  due the city, briefly explaining thc  situation, pointing out lhal laxes,  etc., can be paid by inslalmenls if  necessary, and appealing to them  to make an earnest effort to meet  their obligations and in a general  way to co-operate with thc council  in thc efforts they arc making to  maintain the credit of the city and  protect the good name hitherto  borne by the community.  The report of the finance committee, together with ils recommendations, was adopted without comment.  Aid. Hartry, chairman of thc  health committee,*,brought up the  question of ordering a'general clean  up of refuse on thc lots, slreets and  lanes of the city, explaining that  a certain street-end was filled with  rubbish and that he had twice sent  orders by the constable to have  same cleared away, but thc parlies  concerned had point-blank refused  to do il.  It was moved by Aid. Dill and  Aid. Grant, that the Constable be  instructed to.take legal proceedings  against all persons having accumulations of rubbish, etc., on lots,  sireels ancl lanes ..unless said rubbish" shall have been removed and  the said objectionable ./'portions,  cleaned up'by the 15th". of April.  Carried. ?*,  . .The. .clerk reporte_d���������������������������thal���������������������������he'had  seen'Mr. Teece in accor7lavrice with'  the-instructions of the council, and  that Mr. Teece was willing to give a  deed lo the city of a right-of-way  for Ihe extension of Evergreen Ave,  also for the.opening-up of a road  along the northern boundary of his  property ancl southward lo meel the  road arranged for through Mr.  Sharpe's property leading to the  Fortune school. Mr. Teece, however, made il a condition precedent  that a crossing should first be arranged over the right-of-way of thc  Canadian Pacific railway at the  lown limit.  It was moved by Aid. Faulkner  and Aid. Dill lhal Mr. Hamilton  Lang, Provincial road superintendent/be asked to lake steps for lhc  construction of such a crossing.  Carried. '    *  A letter was read from Mr. W. II.  Thompson asking lhal thc council  so arrange lhat one license would  cover his business of pool room  *proprieto"r=^andJ==tobacco==-dealcrr  staling lhal he paid a license of $25  a year for the pool room and an extra license of $10 for sale of tobacco  ancl that in his opinion the latter  $10 is an overcharge. The feeling  of thc members was lhat Mr.  Thompson's license fees were very  heavy considering thc amount of  business he had, ancl Ihey would  have been glad-to comply wilh his  request had it been possible, but as  such action would set a dillicull precedent, and moreover would be  contrary lo the provisions of thc  by-law/ thc request  was declined.  POLITICAL STRAWS  The political atmosphere has not  been clear the pasi week. The  "boll.from the blue" dropped lasl  week by Mr. Basil Gardom, has apparently stirred things up considerably, with the probability that Mr.  will  ask  for  another con-  of lhe Conservatives of the  un-  Ellison  venlion  Northern Okanagan; when, il is  derstood, other names will be submitted for the nomination. , Just  when tnis convention will be held,  or where, has not been definitely  stated, but it is probable that it will  be held at Armstrong the centre of  lhc dislrict, when some definite announcement is made by Premier McBride as to when thc elections arc to take place. Thus far no  date for thc elections has been set  since ils " postponement-* was . announced. Piemich McBride has  been absent from Victoria for. the  past two weeks'; and, rumor has it  lhal a .Dominion election- will,, be  held- before "the -Provincial, "and it  is" said, again, that the Provincial  election .will-be held:first.    -   ���������������������������-  Of this we may-/eel certain, Sir  Richard-McBride had-good reasons  for. postponing -the elections in B.  C, and these reasons will be made  known .when he makes his announcement.  We understand Mr. Basil Gardom  is now al the coast preparing lo re:  lurn  lo the Okanagan lo carry on  his   campaign.    Il   i.s  said   he  has  been in touch wilh the parly leaders,  and   is   not   disposed   lo  act  until he learns the outcome of the*  nominating convention  to be held.  In .lhe   Liberal   ranks   there   apparently is as much dissatisfaction  over lhe outcome of the Liberal convention   held    at   Armstrong   liist  Thursday as there is in the Conservative  ranks over lhc outcome  of  lhe convention held al Vernon. Ihe  week previous.   Mr. K. C. McDonald  was nominated by the Liberals. ,  Perhaps il -is just another outcropping of the war spirit which  seems to pervade every walk of life.  Be this as il may, there never was  sucha miV-up in pol_ilic.il affairs as  now. Tt^sliTTws^jTow~\\nwiscriHs^lo"  uncork anything of a controvcrsal  r   "SAVAGES AND MURDERERS"  ' Great Britain is wrath-swept this  week over the sinking of the steamships Falaba ancl Aguila by German  submarines.    The anger is said  to-  -  be   even   greater   than, the   storm--  which  swept the  nation  over the  bombardment of Scarborough and  other towns of the English coast. ���������������������������  London papers denounce the Ger-  -  mans   as   "infamous   savages   arid  murderers."   They demand that thc  crews   of   German   submarines   be  tried as pirates upon capture.->     '  .*  The Falaba was carrying a cargo  .  of specie.    On board were officers'1  and men of thc R. A. M. C.   In all  there were 250 passengers and crew  One  hundred   arid   forty  of  these ;  were  saved   by  the  steam   drifter \  Emma.   It   is   believed- that  many .  others were saved by olher boats. ���������������������������  The Falaba, which was torpedoed ,���������������������������.;  in St. George's channel'on Sunday .''  afternoon,   bound   fro nit- Liverpool  for Lisbon, carried a crew of ninety -  and   about   160   passengers.   , The-  Aguila, bound from and lo the same-.  ports, had a crew of 42"ancl three    s  passengers, and ol" these-23. pf .the ,-  crew and thc three passenger's wercV  lost. -    ,. V-    '���������������������������-  -'V 7-S-  t% The    survivors*- *. express -��������������������������� thcm-7'  selves very strongly "with re'ga'rdHoV"*  Iheconducl of Ihc.prcw^ofHlie'subv".-.  marine..-,V_licy  say ���������������������������;lhe_paptain 7offi,~  the Falaba "was'giveri*only'*'five..miri-V;  ules'in which to get,the-passengers/  ancl crew clear of the- ship beforeV"  slie/'was torpeddcdj'ancl'thatywhita"' r  -the' ineiVwerc'strugglingyin -the: wa^r  ler-Uiose on 'deck- of ,lhe' submarine ;  laughell and jeered.' yAs sonic of lhe Y  drowning men came'to thc\surfacey '**  Ihey'naturally held'up their hands' y  lo try and. grasp something lo save 7  themselves", arid nothing sccnicd'to"'  give  more  amusement to  Ihc.Gci*;    '  man crew than to watch the actions  of Iheir victims.    After seeing,the- '  vessel was doomed to sink, Ihe siir-.V  vivors   say,   the   submarine   dived-  below. ':  'v 7,,: i _ u I  ���������������������������- -,     ->..r|  **) -** r* r  ,��������������������������� i -j Sa .\  /I*, jU&.'T/^A I  ..?,?-*.-t4-7  ^\ *Ja~u'J?z _  - '*?\ I'-'^'Vvv.  I  "TV- f<.\  V  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  nature  pant.  when the war spirit is ram-  Always pay  must pay your  for, first or  entire debt.'  last, you  **������������������*/  "~>;  Little news has come through this,  week from cither front.   No further  progress is reported from the Dardanelles by the Allies' lleet.    It is,  apparent    from    reports.from   thc  Bosphorus   lhat   thc   Russians   are  making desperate efforts  to reach  Constantinople   by   the  back   door  before the British and French fleet  can reach it by thc front door���������������������������lhe  Dardanelles.  *^I"he^Russkins^rcporHiaving-been==  victorious -in. the "vicinity of Ihe  Carpathian passes. No word has  come through from thc Warsaw'  front for several days. Thc French  report having captured an important strategic point in the heights of  Ihe Yosaes.  Earl Kitchener is reported to be  strongly in favor of the British government passing a total prohibition  law, lo be in force unlil lhe-close of  1 lie war, and Mr.David Lloyd Georyc "  has intimated thai il is Ihe intention  of lhe government lo put through a  measure of lhis drasic nature.  TECHNICALLY OUT OF COURT  Final Review  King George V. and Lord Kitchener insoecling Ihe Canadian troops on   Salisbury   Plain,   wilh   lhe   7th  Battalion, British Columbian Infantry, jusl before tbeir departure for lhe  front,  where  they  are  serving  with the regulars and acquitting Ih emselves so well.  Judge Swanson held court in Enderby Wednesday ariernoon. He  came lo hear Ihe lax appeal cases  against Ihe city brought by Mr. II.  G. Davies, barrister, as agent foe  Mrs. Ii. M. Strickland, and Mr. J. C  Coode, who appealed againsl lhc  valuation placed on Iheir properties  by Ihe assessor and 'sustained by the  courl of revision.7Messrs. Billings  ly. Cochrane appeared for the city.  Tbe case for the plaintiffs was put  oul of courl owing to a technical  error in the appeal papers, and lhe  cily won ils case without any evidence being heard. Exception was  taken by Ihe city's solicitors lo the  case being beard on Ihe grounds  lhal lhe notices'of appeal did nol  comply wilh lhc law, which requires thai il must be slated which  court the appeal is to be made to.  Judge Swanson sustained the ob*-  jection of thc cily solicitors and declined to hear Ihe cases.  On Thursday, April 8th, at 8 p.m.,  Ihe Philharmonic Society will give  "Soldiers of the Cross," by Valentine Memory, in thc Presbyterian  Church. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 1,   1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C. at, $2   per  year,   by   tho  Walker   Press. '  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion: Sc a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Notices and Locals: 15c a line.  APRIL 1, 1915  KEEPING THE GOOD, DISCARDING THE BAD  Conservation is a plan of Nature. To keep lhc  good and discard lhe bad is lo conserve. A Conservative is a man who puis on lhe brakes when  lie thinks Progress is heading for lhc rocks.  Brakcnicn are necessary, bul lo clog lhc wheels  continually is lo stand slill, and lo sland still is lo  rclrcal. Progress has need of the brakeman. Thc  Conservative is jusl as necessary as lhc Radical.  Thc Conservative keeps lhe reformer from going  loo last and.plucking thc I'ruil before il is ripe.  Governmcnls arc best when there is strong opposition, jusl as lhc planets arc held in place by  the opposition forces.  Premier McBride was placed in the most difficult position lhal a political leader could hold  when, at the lasl election, his Government was  thrown inlo power with virtually no Opposition.  That he has sustained the reputation hc previously  held, and has carried on the business of thc Province fairly, intelligently and with economy wc  (irmly believe. Could hc have foreseen the approach of the great world war, and the consequent depression, there is no doubt lhat hc would  have postponed commencing many of the progressive movements inaugurated by him, and  would have taken some steps to forestall the con-  71 ifions"now pfevailin"grscrfar"as^vasiirt 11 .-power  of the Government to do it. It is so easy lo find  grounds for criticism when the country is thrown  back upon ils haunches as lhis is. But it is no  easier for lhe Provincial Government or the Dominion Government, or the Municipal Government to readjust ils business lo meet lhe enforced  new conditions lhan il is for lhe businessman or  lhe arlisan to meet Ihem. Nol only in lhe Province of British Columbia, but all over Canada.  The truth is. we were travelling loo fast, all of  us. The brakes have been put on, and will no  doubt save us from disaster, but the stop came  so suddenly lhal il has caused a severe jolt all  along the fine.' When lhe immediate ell'ecls of  lhe jolt wears oil', business on all lines will be  readjusted on a safer basis, lhc counlry quickly  will show a healthy revival and we shall forget the  trials that have been ours the pasl year.  unwilling to come to terms with Germany, if by  so doing Constantinople could be gained. The  enormous advantage of such an arrangement to  Germany is obvious. A Polish buffer State under German supervision would serve to keep the  peace between Germany and Austria on the one  hand, and Russia on the other, save the faces of  all three belligerents, and, by satisfying Polish  national aspirations, solve for all three countries  a hitherto almost insoluble problem. With her  enemy on the east transformed into a friend,  Germany would be free to concentrate in thc  west against' Great Britain and France. With  Constantinople in her possession, Russia could  and would feel thai for her at least the war had  been a glorious triumph. The only real sufferer  would be the Turk, who in any event is bound to  lose his European possessions. Moreover, a separate peace between Russia and Germany need  not be published until thc war is over. To make  it effective il would only be necessary to transform the present lifc-and-dealh struggle in Poland into a comparatively harmless deadlock.  This would permit Russia to occupy Constantinople and von Hindenbcrg to turn his attention to  the west.  These thoughts were given expression by Geo.  B. McClcllan recently in a lecture al Princeton  University, and go to show why Britain and  France must take the Dardanelles, to hold Constantinople as a whip over Russia to force her to  continue thc fight to the end.  Hatred and famine are plowing a deep furrow  in civilization's great Held. Don't walk in it. Try  to keep sweet.  PROTESTANTISM AND CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  If every merchant in the Okanagan had even a  single-inch display ncl in the home paper,'il would  go a long way towards keeping up lhe "patronize home industry" feeling, ancl encourage their  patrons to take heart and hold firm lo the belief  that we have one of the finest spots in lhe world  right here in lhe Okanagan Valley.  THE ALLIES AND THE DARDANELLES  Taking of the Dardanelles by the British and  * French Heels is most imporlnnt. It is not probable they will be taken by Easier, as Admiral  Garden, commander of the Allied fleet is reported  lo have promised, and it may lake as long for the  lleet lo reach Constanlinopfe as il will lhe land  forces to reach Berlin. But lhe importance of  the mission is lhc same when accomplished.  BeeenMy lhere have been hinls lhal. in lhe  even I of liie fall of Warsaw, Russia might not he  A recent article in the Review of Reviews under  the caption, "Must Protestantism Adopt Christian  Science," has created no end of discussion in the  church world. It has brought thc church people  face to lace wilh lhe problem lhal most of them  have recognized but failed to seek a solution of.  For years the churches have been asking the question, Why is it thai our church pews arc growing empty while those of thc Christian Science  faith are filled lo overflowing, and magnificent  new Science churches arc being built each year to  accommodate the ever-growing following of thai  cult. The answer ought to be plain lo any thinking person. Christian Science congregations arc  for the most part made up of former adherents of  the old-established churches. Evidently these  people dropped thc old and took up thc new for  lhe reason lhat they believe the new offers them  something thc old could nol give. Which is all in  thc line of progress.  It sounds so weak for orthodox preachers to  condemn Christian Science. In so doing they but  further undermine the religion they profess to  teach. They ask themselves the question, "Is  Christian Science Christian,'* and then proceed  lo answer thc question in the negative. In so doing they further weaken lhc teaching of Jesus  Christ, in whose steps they profess to follow. For  did not Christ go aboul doing good: curing lhc  sick and healing thc blind; lifting up the fallen  and rendering service (without remuneration)  wherever service was required? A paragraph in  thc article published in the Review of Reviews  explains lhis point, which is really thc secret of  the phenomenal growth of Christian Science. It  is well worth remembering :  "The  explanation  of  Christian   Science healing is  found in the fact lhat all evil i.s lhc phenomenon of  false sense,  which  is  dispelled  by  the  dawning of  Truth in human consciousness.   The lie of evil being  ���������������������������easl-outHUs-pluMioniena-of^sin=ancLsiclcness_jDiiisLjtli.s__  appear.   If we explain lhe presence of sickness as sent  from God, we have Perfection sending imperfection,  Harmony  expressing  discord,  and   Truth  originating  falsity.   A good God then musl think evil.   If, indeed,  God could send it, only goodness should be seen in il,  and man should regard il as normal ancl something to  thank  Him  for, and  might be pardoned  for holding  that Jesus and physicians and health engineers in trying to prevent il and heal it are opposing'the Divine  Will, ancl lhal the Church is right in nol trying to remove physical evils.   Their healing is an expression  of working out Iheir redempion by atonement, not as  a theory, but- as a divine organic oneness which must  be personally demonstrated lo reveal its reality.   Gaining  Ihe  consciousness  of  divine  indwelling  ancl   of  God's Kingdom wilhin them, Ihey by faith and spiritual  understanding know thai sickness cannot be in  the  same presence, nnd lhal ihesc ills are unreal, though to  false sense intensely and painfully real.   They reason  lhal if God be  everywhere present, anything unlike  Mini can  be nowhere presenl.    If He be omnisccnt,  error and ils inharmony can be never in such presence.    If omnipotence be everywhere, no power can  be anywhere against it.   Jf illness be real, it must be  outside of God or wilhin Him.    Omnipresence makes  il impossible for it lo be outside of Him.    If within  Him, then there would be evil in thc Divine Mind���������������������������also  impossible.   If this idealism which is so real produces  heller lives, healthier and purer living than Protestantism is producing, and its fruitage proves to be identical  with   that  of  primitive  Christianity,  the  Church  must adopt it as the true science of the Christian life.  It has the dynamic of a faith which workcth by Love,  opens spiritual undrslanding, makes God a real presence,  and  by  thus Iransforming the  life becomes a  world  power."  BANKoFMONTREAL  Best, U6.000.000  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paid up)  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NBW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from $1 upwards, and interest allowed at current rates.  Interest credited "iOth June   and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH E. J. WHITE, Manager  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $2.25 per load  Why not lay in y'our winter supply of wood NOW  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. En..rf,y  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, L^mpm Enderby  We have on hand good Alfalfa, which we are prepared  to deliver anywhere in the City: one bale or one ton  A Limited Amount of Alfalfa Meal for Hog Feeding  at $1.00 a Hundred  ALFALFA PRODUCTS, LIMITED  Give Your Home Printer a  Chance at Your���������������������������  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  Pul your pa I roil ism al work in the garden and  see what il will return lo you Cor the labor.  Poultrymen's Mating Lists  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 y0_re  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from���������������������������    THE WALKER PRESS #-  Thursday, April 1,   1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  I  -MAGIC'-map'*���������������������������."  H_ BAKING^  iuuM POWDER  WHERE  WAS jpiIN?  A Vancouver woman whose husband had been dead some ycars  went lo a medium, who produced  lhe spirit of her dead husband.  "JMy clear John," said lhe widow  lo lhe spirit, "are you happy now?"  "1 am very happy," John replied.  "Happier than you were on earth  wilh me?" she asked.  "Yes," was the answer, "I am far  happier now than I was on earth  with you."  "Tell me, John, what is it like in  heaven?"  "Heaven:" said John. "I'm not in  heaven."  MORE STEAM-ROLLER TALK  The loss of two ships by a British  commander forfeits his captaincy,  hence the illness of Admiral Carden  after the sinking of the Irresistible  and Ocean, in the Dardanelles.  God will not have His work made  manifest by cowards.  OFCANADA  Bank by Mail and  Save Long Drives  - Mail r us the cheques or cash  : you*receive, with your Pass-book,  which we-will return with the  , Deposit credited.   Then you can  pay .your billsjby-cheques,-which  we will honor, or if you want the -  cash yourself, .send, us a cheque in  your -own   favor   and   we   will/;  f or ward'tlie money by return mail.^t  Drop in and talk to. the Manager .  about itr ���������������������������     ~ '   -  . En derby Branch',   . J. W; GILLMAN, Manager  Petrograd, March 27. ��������������������������� Three  million Russians are rolling like a  wave upon the Austro-German forces along the Carpathians from the  Nunajec River to Bukowina, ancl  are driving their foes to the fortified passes and crests. To meet  this the Germans arc withdrawing  major forces from the Vistula ancl  Nicmen front where spring caused  a cessation of operations. The war  ollice has been told from the Poland front headquarters that there  are but 580,000 Germans left there.  As the total strength in the eastern  theatre of war is estimated at  3,500,000, officials here believe that  at least 2,920,000 are concentrated  at, lhe Nunajec and Carpathian  front.  From London comes the report  that Russia for the third time holds  thc gates to Hungary, and British  observers are virtually united in the  expectation that the Teutonic allies  will make a supreme effort to prevent the forces of Emperor Nicholas  from, again pouring on to the Hungarian plains".  Meagre reports from Vienna' indicate that there is* some depression  in Austria on account-of the fall of  Przemysl, but on the other hand the  papacy denies that this h'as lesulted  in overtures from Emjieior Francis  Joseph in an endeavor to obtain the  intervention of the Pope on behalf  of a separate peace.  So far Italy and the Balkan  States are still stubbornly "sitting  on thc fence," which position they  are likely- to maintain, in the  opinion of a notable section of the  British press until such time as the  fighting in the Dardanelles has produced definite results.  say that it is greatly to the interest  of both capital ancl labor,in the  United States that lhe European  countries should be put in position  to continue their purchases there.  Labor, it is argued, gels the lion's  share of. the money so spent and  the extension of these credits make  it possible to keep mills working  and workmen employed lhat would  be idle except for the extraordinary  demand due to the war.  MUST HAVE RE-BIRTH  'LAY ON McDUFF'  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40-  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. iii Oddfellows Hall. Vis-itih'g  brethren cordially invited  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  WHEELER  W. M.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  R. H. CRANE, C. C.  .lUH.-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  D  R. C. J. McCULLOUGH,  DENTIST  _  Hours, 9 to 12 ancl 1 to 5.  By appointment only  Poison Block, at bridge.     Enderby  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  'Notary Public.    '  Money to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  <>  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, RC.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Camfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  < > Prompt attention to all customers  o  \ *    Land-seekers  and Tourists in-  \ vited to give us a trial.  < >  < >  Berlin, March 27.���������������������������"We. have 'it  now out of Sir Edward Grey's own  mouth thatf. England is intent on  completely crushing Germany, on  destroying Germany.- ; It' ���������������������������was ~sx  frank; admission .toy they world of  whatywe,long-ago knevVto be England's .motiv.eiin this .war." Vf - V  ���������������������������-���������������������������I* This is-- a- statement made today  by:Foreign Secretary von Jagow in  an interview when asked** if "the  government would reply to speeches  recently made by the British foreign secretary iri which hc charged  Germany with starting thc war.  "Sir Edward Grey's speech constitutes a renewed declaration* of  war," von Jagow continued. "It  means war to the hilt; so let it be.  England wants it. We accept it as  such and "if this human slaughter  continues interminably .let, the  world place the blame at England's  door where it belongs. England  staged the war and has engineered  it thus far. Grey's words must be  a severe biow to* those who seemed  lo have the hope they would bring  about a_ peace.__Jjc _a_njnounc^s_ that  Let us hope that thc present war  will bring a great social ancl spiritual awakening. Our whole social  atmosphere must be changed. The  tradition of peace ancl good-will  must be established among nations,  and justice between man ancl man.  We need a hew social philosophy  which will lay bare the faults of existing civilization. In any constructive program for the future we  must recognize that certain rotten  stones- were laid in the foundations  of Western civilization; and that  these must be removed if the superstructure is not to fall.  "If Western civilization i.s not to  go down through a series of hopeless conflicts between nations and  classes it must have a re-birth of  humanitarian ethics, that is, an  ethics which shall teach the individual to find his self-development and-his happiness in the service of others, and which will forbid any individual, class, nation, or  even race from regarding itself as  an end in itself apart from the rest  of humanity. The general acceptance of such an ethics would have  prevented the present war; ancl  whatever the issue of the struggle,  only .the.frank acceptance of-such  humanitarianism by the leaders of  future civilization.can save 'the  world from a series of endless conflicts.between classes, nations, ancl  races.���������������������������Prof. Ellwbod, in the Sociological Review, London. V    .  CITY AND COUNTRY LABOR  OH, DEAR; Oil, DEAR  And some guy calls your bluff.  Free Adviceto War Correspondents  }. If you would be a'\ man, speak  -what you think, today in words "as  hard as cannon balls, and tomorrow  speak" what tomorrow thinks in  hard words again, ..though it contradicts everything you said today.  ���������������������������Emerson.  England ,will not quit until Germany is completely crushed. That  day is far distant. History shows  that the German people are not  easily crushed. Hundreds of thousands of lives will be sacrificed ancl  much blood flow, all because Germany dared to grow and to be  slrong ancl powerful. We are  thankful - to "Grey for his open  avowal before the world of England's motive and purpose,  any one with knowledge of  land's history believe for a moment  that it is lighting for unselfish purposes?"  Does  Eng-  BORROWING FROM UNCLE SAM  New York bankers have concluded arrangements for the extension of credits to Great Britain,  France, Italy and other countries in  addition to the $10,000,000 loan to  Germany.' The French credit, it is  expected, will be as large as fifty  millions, while that of Britain will  be twice as large. Negotiations are  also in progress for a loan to. Russia in addition to the $25,000,000  she recently obtained. The amount  of Italy's borrowing has not been  stated. *  Most of these loans, if not all, are  expected to take the form in which  they can be sold to the public in  order that these banks may not  have to carry the big sums involved  out of their own resources. The  banks engaged in Ihesc negotiations  Sparse population and want make  every man his own valet, cook,  butcher and soldier, ancl the habit  of supplying his own needs educates the body to wonderful performances.  Vc'  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Domin  ioirtn-TManitobaT-Saskatcli'eNVan^anch  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories ancl a portion  of thc Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Nol more than 2500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  lhe Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyecl^ territory thc tract  applied for shall be slaked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but nol otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent with sworn  returns accounting for thc full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay Ihe royally thereon.  If lhe coal mining rights arc not  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 of  the Department of the Inferior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Inlerior.  ���������������������������N.B.-Unaulhorized publication of  this advertisement will not he paid  for.  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, ��������������������������� ft  caa give' you the best pries possible  *'1 ,  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B: C. ,  The   unemployment   problem   is wcap and you're called a baby;  still existent in the cilies and the      f-aiigh and you're called a fool;  scarcity of labor is slill complained, Yield and you're called a coward;  of in rural districts.   Thc question I    Stand and you're called a mule;  is how can the one be reconciled  Smile and they call you silly;  with thc other, ancl the one brought I-    Frown and they call you gruff;  to supply what the olher needs and  Put on a front like a millionaire  thc other to lake what the one possesses  in  excess.    After   the  war  lhere(may be a rush of immigration,  but that cannol be for a year at  least. We must, therefore, make the  best of the situation and try lo get  along with what we have.    A Toronto   paper  has   been   publishing  letters from a numbcr_of men who  have accepted positions on farms.  They all, without exception speak  in good terms of their experience.  The pay is not, lavish, but thc food  is good and abundant, the bed clean  and life in the open brings a keen  appetite for meals ancl a pleasant  desire .for sound' refreshing rsleep.  One man writes: "I have tramped  miles  and    miles   after  deer' and-  dropped   too   exhausted  to  eat  on  sleep.    Here,  when  I'm  hungry  li������������������  have  a  good  meal  to  go  to,  ancl,  when I'm tired there is a nice bed  waiting.   You know how I hated lo  break from the city, but now Mary.  and I are both glad we came.   You  should see her with her skirt tucked  up bustling to ancl from the barns.  It's the pastoral life for us all right.  Men  who  wander  cities  idle  and  hungry while there are opportunities like this*offering are crazy."  Perhaps readers of this may  think the writer of the foregoing  has hit upon a soft spot/* It is more  than likely,'however, that'hc is possessed of that Mark Tapleyism that  should accompany all desires * for  work. That hopefulness which  leads to success ancl, at this period  of time, begets some fulfillment of  the scriptural injunction'to bear,  one'another's, burdens. ' Everyman  ���������������������������yes, and 'woman*, ,too;-Vwho goes"  to work in this spirit; ishhelpingtq,  take the ' handicap off.; somebody  else's shoulders', and-isycontributing.  to ��������������������������� the r welfare-, alike:-.to'"-his, own  country and"the Empire. Above.all  he improving-himself'a true patriot  in earnestly, doing liis best'to'pYo-'  mote production.V S:-"-":  The'soul is no traveller; the wise  man-slays at home with-the soul.   -  IS AT HAND  Book orders Nnow to, insure  * ^prompt attention. _ , Paint- s  irig, kKalsomining, -Paper- -.,;  hanging.   w������������������0*kBhop near _ity*Haii  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  0.1  Baths in connection^  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor7 v  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby V,;  :a~"  ','KSf>  BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME  ..y-c3?,fV-*-.v  ly^-u1    _ _% -vc*.,!  At' the least cost arid risk-byplant-V;'S07^it7^7  -ng your gardens and orchards.-with-'tv^t-i^kc^i  o.ur"t Roses,':*. Ornamental  ancl^yFruitfqfi^i^'l  jIES, at Grand Forks.-"No ordeiytoo;.,^  large-or tod small/ ,v _\ ] S"S yTS:7  7 For prices and particulars; ��������������������������� apply V  '    - ���������������������������      -~    :  -a... ' '' ",' '-7 C.. i'  H.. E. C.. Harris,     . Enderby s  ������������������!-���������������������������-*> I  ���������������������������A  The   Dominion   law   against the selling oi'  buller  without   thc  words   "Dairy  Butter"   or  "Ciwm^iyTTiUtcr"^^  on the butter wrap, is a" blessing in disguise Ho thc  average farmer. In the first place/if his Butter  wrappers arc neatly printed with his name and  the brand of the butler on the; label, the storekeepers can readily sell thc butler at 5c a pound  more than he can gel for butler wrapped in paper  that is nol printed, and the butter-maker gels the  advantage in 5c a pound "more for his buller from  tbe merchant. ��������������������������� J       ���������������������������  It is thc duty of every butler maker to comply with thc law in Ibis matter. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  buller that il does nol appear to them lhal they  can afford to have their buller,������������������wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  buller wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of butler makers,' The Press has. printed up  a-quantity.of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They arc  printed with thc words "Fresh Dairy Butler" but  do not bear thc name of lhc maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements ."of the law  governing lhis point, and can be bought in small  quantities at the rate of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not repuirc butter wraps in  larger lots,'take these wraps in lesser,quantifies.  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, April 1,   1915  Mr. Buttermaker. How Much Butter  Fat are You Feeding to the Pigs ?  lhe latter," said thc bread expert to  a reporter of the Counlry Gentleman. . "Il isn't so white as an all-  wheat loaf; it's grayish brown. But  it's palatable ancl wholesome. Taste  il.   You see it's quite good.  "The potato Hour used for these  loaves was prepared in this labora-  lory. The potatoes were sliced, put  inlo vacuum driers and then ground  lo'flour.    Some of this bread was  "There: If you've been turning minute. Fifty pounds of milk were  your separator at lhal speed all Ihe j run through the separator. At lhis  lime, then with your twenty cows'.speed il delivered <J5 pounds ol*  you've lost ������������������524.10 worth of buller J skim milk and 5 pounds of cream,  in one year." (The  cream   tested   2.11   pounds  of  The above is the astounding stale-! buller fal. When the speed was in-  ment made by a dairying authority ��������������������������� creased lb 75 turns per minute, lhejni.lc|e 0f poiai0 Hour obtained from  lo a farmer whom he had been skim milk discharged was 4G 1-21 imported potato Hakes. They look  watching operating his cream sop- pounds, reducing the cream lo 3 1**^ ! something like rolled-oat (lakes, arc  aralor, says the Scienlilic American,  pounds.    And the amount of buller j (jrv   .uu|   c;,sj*y   ground.     Bul   of  When you buy a cream separator  fat was slighlly less lhan when lhc!c0lirsc We'rc not gelling any potato  you will Unci on  Ihe crank handle  separator   was   turned   at   normal; n;,*<cs  from Europe now.  in large, raised  letters inslruclions speed. j     ������������������T|.C German method of prcpar-  something like this: "55 revolutions Next a lesl was made by Idling; jng ulcso (lakes i.s to use cooked  per minute." Or il may read -15, or the speed of Ihe machine flrf*p j poliilo pulp. The Hour from the  50, or GO; il varies on the different down lo lhal at which it has been ���������������������������/���������������������������,���������������������������,,��������������������������� pi-oducl is whal they are using  makes of separators.. found  the average dairyman opcr- j (o(|!iy in Germany lo make a large  Suppose, for example, lhal yours  ales a cream separator, wilh Ihe as-'  reads "55 revolutions per minute."  lonishing result lhal Ihe discharge  Whal  does  lhal   mean?    It  means,   from lhe "cream" spoil I went up lo  percentage of their bread.  "Now many people will ask how  Ihey can use potatoes for bread  making when there are few if any  Special  Order  Tailoring  whenever  you  operate  lhal   cream !) 1-2 pounds, bul it  tested only II  separator you should lurn the crank per  cenl   of  buller   fal���������������������������only   1.0-1  handle   precisely   55   turns   lo   Ihe pounds of fal oul of 50 pounds of  minute. milk, as   against 2.11 pounds when  The manufacturer has tested  his lhe   separator   was   operated   cor-  separalor under every possible con- rcclly.  dilion, in order lo know the exacL*     Dairymen  are losing from 20 lo  method   of   operating  at   which   il 50 per* cenl. of Iheir buller fal wilh ; |-mm [|1C ovens.   There was no po-  gives. lhc greatest elliciency.              ; every operation.    This is a matter | loln ���������������������������_���������������������������,. USIK| in lhiS) just masilcd  Bul how does lhc dairyman know of  waste  lhal  i.s  simply  appalling J boiled potatoes.    I have found that  how many limes he turns il?   It is when the aggregate figures of all lliej[|ic loaves hold their moisture for a  jusl as impossible-lo guess accurate- dairymen  in lhis counlry are coii-:|OMji  |j,nc  and   Iheir  llavor. is  ex-  ly the speed of his cream separator sidered.      II    probably    runs    inlo  co 11*0nI.  commercial plants in lhis country  which manufacture either potato  Hakes or potato Hour. To meet lhis  condition we're experimenting with  mashed baked and boiled potatoes  for bread mak ing.   Here's a loaf jusl  as il is lo  things.  "There is one point aboul potato  Hour  and   even   mashed  boiled  or  guess accurately at other  Ihousands   of   dollars   wilh    each  ���������������������������daily  milking.  Ala    first-class   dairy   farm   the'     Now a speed  indicalor has been j b.,|(C(] potatoes when used for bread  .superintendent     said     he     always  invented to be applied lo cream sep-, [|,c material lakes up a great deal  "guessed" the proper speed. When . aralors, mounted on Ihe crank shaft! 0f waler, ancl so keeps moist after  asked how his helpers operated lhc'of lhe scparalor. As lhe separator i [|)C baking and also lakes up weight,  separator he replied lhal, after hc handle i.s turned, Ihe exact number \ t\ni] there's another point lhal must  had broken new men in, Ihcy could  of revolutions per minute lhal lhei|)c worked out lhere is very little  operate it al approximately correct crank handle i.s making is shown  speed. In order lo prove his stale-: in a definite figure, so lhal il may be  ment, one of his helpers was asked ; read al a glance. There is no cal-  lo turn the scparalor at the speed dilating lo be done; it i.s,only neces-  he usually operated il. Thc number; sary to keep on turning Ihe crank  on lhe crank handle reaiV'-IS revo-j handle until Ihe proper speed is  Intions per miimle." Bul the helper .reached, and Ihen continue al lhal  made only 28 I urns lo the minulc. (exact speed throughout Ihe separa-  This proved how absolutely wrong-lion. This eliminates all guess  the superintendent was in -suppos-'work-entirely. ,_Il also adds zesl lo  iiu.; Lhat he, or any'of his helpers-the otherwise monotonous oper-  coukl Icll when. Ihcy were turning alion, particularly where the scpa-  Ihc crank handle exaclly right,-or ralor repuires upward of an hour's  anywhere near wTial thc manufac-- turning, as il does in many in  lurer told Ihem il should be turned. * stances.  Here were pounds of buller fa! go-;   in;-: lo thc hogs daily, just because      BREAD FROM POTATO FLOUR  hc "guessed."    And if he will feed,    calves   and   hogs   wilh   butler   fal !     The    Uniled    Stales    Bureau    ol  gluten in potato Hour or in mashed  boiled or baked potatoes. Conse-  quenlly when these are used for  bread making Ihe housewife must  remember lhal Ihe yeast has to buoy  up a larger mass of inert material  than when wheal Hour is used alone.  When wheal Hour is mixed with thc  dill'erenl substitutes il must furnish  all Ihe elasticity, as il were,- for lhc  dough. So when 1 made these  loaves by using mashed boiled and  baked potatoes I did nol use lhe  full amouni of lhe materials for lhe  lirsl rising. I mixed Ihe yeast and  sponge, lei il rise, and Ihen added  the rest of Ihe ingredients later.  But lhis i.s only an experiment in  ils first slagcs. Laler wc hope to  have lhe problem of handling this  dough'worked out in detail. Bul I  believe il is safe lo say lhal when  these potato subslilules for Hour arc  used Ihe I'ernienlalion should be reduced.   The loaf must nol be raised  Genuine  Scmi-rcady  Tailoring  Suits Made to Order in  Four Days  ^ 300 patterns to choose from���������������������������All imported  British Worsteds, Serges, Cheviots, Vicunas,  Tweeds and Homespuns���������������������������Thc richest collection of weaves ever shown.  <I We have secured the sole right to sell Scmi-rcady  Special Order Tailoring���������������������������hand-tailored clothes made  by specialists in fine tailoring���������������������������20 different styles  in thc Album o'f Fashion.  CJ It takes exactly four days at the shorts to finish a  suit, ancl wc guarantee satisfaction and an accurate  fit without a try-on. '  Values from $18 up.  Enderby Supply Company  Enderby, B. C.  We ean supply you with the following  brands of Flour:  worth  ?J) cenIs a pound, when  he' Chemistry has been  experimenting  can   feed   Ihem   heller  on  two  and   wilh potatoes for breadmaking, and  one-half pounds of corn  meal and many  very wholesome  recipes  for  skim   milk,   Ihen   lhal  shows   how breadmaking wilh polalo Hour are  ;.,..,,.!-,   iu-  Ma'.-yp-wwi   have  lo  learn being    prepared.      fl   i.s   explained  lo get all lhe profits ouL of dairying lhal many sections of Ihe West raise  and farming. potatoes  in  far'grealer abundance j S() hiH|_ ;|S is {hc CUii\om \n making  At tile Purdue Experimental Sla- lhan Ihey raise wheal, nnd lhal in   |)rt,.,(| nf wheal Hour."  lion, Indiana, veiy exhaustive,,tests case wheal Hour continues to climb  were  carried  on   lo show  the  Ire- in   price   il   will   be   well   for   Ihe  mendous losses through wrong op- housewife lo know how lo prepare  eralion oT cream separators.   A. sep- the potato substitute,  arator was run al ils normal speed      "Here's   a   loaf   made   of   wheal  of 55 turns lo Ihe crank handle per flour and polalo Hour, 25 per cent of  Royal Household  Centennial  Strong Baker  A good supply of Cerials  Glenora  Varsity  Hungarian  Feed of Various Kinds  In thc Supreme Court of British  Columbia  In lhe Matter of lhc Estate of An-  Ihomi McWhirter, deceased, and  in lhe Mailer of the "Official  Administrators' Acl."  Daled tlic.KSlli-dav of March,.A.. I).  I!) If).  Upon reading the affidavits of A.  |G. Skaling, I". W. Patten, Arthur O.  I Cochrane, and  Ihe Pelilion  herein,  il  is ordered  lhal Arthur O. Cue limine, Ollicial Adminislralor for lhe  ' Okanagan   Electoral   Dislrict,  shall  be Adminislralor of all and singular  Ihe  eslale  of  Anthony  iMeWhirfer,  deceased,   and   lhal   notice  of  lhis  Order be published in "the Weekly,  Knderby,-R.C. ^-7__.^___11____  *M. I). SWANSON, S..I."  in the Supreme Court of British  Columbia  We have a supply of SEED GRAIN on hand;   also CLOVER,  TIMOTHY and ALFALFA and SMALL SEEDS..  We deliver to any part of the city  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS. LOO.K OYER OUR STOCK  AND SECURE Ol'H PRICES BEFORE SUPPLYING YOUR  WANTS IN CAMDEN TOOLS, PAINTS AND OILS, CIIUHNS,  WASHING MACHINES, PAILS, GRANITE WARE, SCREEN  DOOMS AND WINDOWS, POULTRY NETTING, OH ANYTHING ELSE IN Till. HARDWARE LINK.  SPECIAL LINKS OK GOODS NOT CARRIED IN STOCK WE  CAN SUPPLY OX SilOP.T NOT1GK. CALL, "WWTK, OP.  TKLKPIIONK. WK WILL SEN!) Till- GOODS IN THE QUICKEST AND GIIKAPKST MANNER. STORK OPKN ALL THE  TIME.  In Ihe Mailer of lhe Estate of An-  Ihoni/ McWhirler, deceased, and  in   lhe   Mailer   of   Ihe   "Official  Administrators' Act."  All persons having claims.against  Ihe estate of the above-named  deceased   are   required   lo   send   lhe  same   wilh   all   particulars   thereof  duly verified lo the undersigned on  or  before   Ihe  30 th   (lay  of  April,  I!) 15.  and   all   persons  indebted   lo  Ihe said   deceased  arc   required   lo  pay Ihe amouni  of such  indebtedness lo Ihe undersigned Torlhwilh.  Daled, March 2!)lh, 1015.  ARTHUR O. COCHRANE,  Ollinnl    Adminislralor,    Okanagan  Klccloral Dislrict, Vernon, B.C.  High-Class  Wall Decorations  In  Dyed Burlaps ���������������������������  Ceilings  Panel Borders  Varnish Tiles  Fibre Veneer  Sanatas  Cork Velours  Ingrains  Arabian Leathers  Wood - Krusta  WANT ADS  FOR SALE OR TRADE���������������������������No. 2 ancl  .'*! Chatham incubators; in good  shape; $12.00 each.   Also 50 feel  ^o Hawirhosc"rnearl.\*-newr$37Wi 11=  Irade for calves or pigs or anything useful.   J. Gardner, J3ox 40,  Enderby.  COWS FOR SALE--Two milch cows  rising 7 years; good milkers; well  broken ancl gentle; in calf to our  pure-bred Ayrshire bull, Bessie's  Model,(20938)' due to freshen on  or about March 2G.li-and 29th rc-  Ty_sp.e_c.li yd y.7_Apply Vo.lR.__ J. Col -  tart, Enderby. m28-2l  STRAWBERRY PLANTS���������������������������Magoons,  from 1st year plants. 50, 75c;  100, $1; 1000, $8.50. Orders taken  unlil April 10th. Apply, L. Proclor, Enderby. m25-3l  Fulton Hardware Co. ^tSS^c,, y  DON'T KAIL TO SEE THE TEMPORARY DISPLAY OK I. C. S.  SALARY RAISING TRAINING, AT  WOODS' STORE, REG INN ING TODAY, (THURSDAY) AND LASTING  UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT.  I'REE  INFORMATION ON HOW  5 TO WIN SUCCESS.  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.  SETTING EGGS FOR SALE���������������������������From  pure-bred White Leghorns, $1.50  per selling of 13; from first-cross  Wyandolle and White Leghorns,  $1.00 per setting of 13; all from  2-year-old birds. Lawes, Enderby  Heights.  NO.l DUCK EGGS FOR HATCHING  Pure-bred White Pekin; $1.00 per  selling of 11 eggs. Mrs. John  McKay, Waterside, Enderby.   a31  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. nvl-tf  Now is the Time  to Order Your  Customer's Own Material Made  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.


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