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 . 'i^| M**-������������������ r* au^IWIU "���������������������������  ������������������  , Enderby, B. C, January  14,- ,1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 46-Whole No.*348  CITY OF ENDERBY  Vote early and get your friends  lo vote.  A number of Enderby Oddfellows  ���������������������������will drive to Armstrong this evening  to attend installation services there.  Thc Women's Club will meet next  Saturday, Jan. 16th, at 2.30 p. m. at  Mrs. Lawes' house. Subject: "Civilization."  Crop competitions under thc.supervision of the Farmers' Institute,  will be held in mangels and wheat  -this year.  J. N. Grant returned from military duty, thc past week, and .will  be home until called upon for -ac-  livc service.  Parish of Enderby: 2nd Sunday  after Epiphany: Holy Communion,  8 a. m.; Mattins and Holy Communion, 11 a. m.; Evensong, 7.30  p. in.  Mr. J. B. Dunlop has given several evangelistic services in K. of  P. hall thc past .week or two, having  interested audiences at each of the  meetings. .   '-    -  Personal interest should-never be  permitted to outweigh public interest, when tlie credit of the city  ancl its stability-and safety are in  the-balance!"--���������������������������'-���������������������������'---  : " SS .���������������������������-';-'  //Miss. Hazel ^M, Elliott Jcft Thursday'* afternoon last for Chase', 'where  she has 'taken the position 'of stenographer with,-the, Adams, River  Lumber "Company.   '  f  ' -"TAllt'those -desiring-;xto.yjdiri the  Ndrlherii-Okanagan'.Planners' In'sti-  =tute;r b'r'to^pay, the-'mclnbcrship"fe'e  LAST REPORTS FROM WAR vONE  According to the latest reports  form thc fighting lines in the eastern and western arenas, the battling  is now being done by the artillery,  by sapping operations and trench  attacks. ' Secretary of War Earl  Kitchener is now reported as saying  that the Allies will not be ready to  start lighting until the month of  May; Everywhere lhe disposition  seems to be lo awail the coming of  spring when, with fresh armies  thrown into'thc. Held, events promise to move more quickly.  Great Britain is now sending  thousands of men to France every  week and, according to reports  from Berlin, Germany, aware of  this,;'is making great, military preparations for a counter movement.  All the reserves arc being called to  the colors,- it is declared, and. the  further statement is made -that the  German generals are_ gathering up  the reins to assume active direction  of all lhe campaigns, that is to say,  the Austro-Hungarian fight-against  Servia and Russia and the Turkish  campaign against Russia and Great  Britain.  In thc .western arena, the points  of greatest interest are ih the centre  near'Soissons and on thc French  right in Alsace. Here the lighting  continues while.the rest of the line  is virtually inactive."  In view of the predicted entrance  into the war of Roumania and perhaps Italy, unusual interest attaches  to despatches indicating lhat disquiet in-the Balkans is. spreading.  Italy may be called upon soon tore--  sort to force of arms in Albania.*  The insurgents'are said to be bringing up guns to direct against Dur-  az;:o, the port recently organized by  Italian forces. -  Scrvia's aspirations have 'expanded since'her'victory over, the.  Austrian army, and according to a-  Rome despatch she now insists that  in the event of victory for the Allies'  ���������������������������she must receive Bosnia, Herzegovina and Dalmatia. Italy has sent  troops to the Italian islands in the  Aegean Archipelago, which she i.s  fortifying. Roumania is to begin  the-mobilization of her army this  month.   ,      "       '  SOME POLSON VOTE GETTERS  can be made and it will have ,to,,  come without dela'y, ,  Another complaint by Mr. Poison  is in eil'ect lhat the city refused _to-:- -  permit him lo build a skating rink- ������������������  on a1-09x80 foot Jot on Russell street,   y  ���������������������������True.    Because Mr. Poison-wanted-  to*   override   lhe-building   by-law;*,  just as he has overridden olher bylaws that have interfered with his.'*.,  petty whims.     If..Mr. Poison would  '-'  comply with the, regulations'oft the  /  building by-law he -would- experi-'.-^  ence-no difficulty in .putting;up" a   ',',  building on any vacant lot he-owns ''.-.  in the cily, whether, he'us'ed''it/for.".**..  V"'-"-���������������������������-  Mr. Poison would have the voters  believe that the city'has held up thc  development- of   his   sub-division  property.:   This  is  not   the   case.)baling, preaching or poetizing.- ':-',  Mr. Poison has been toLd .time-and j,,  One   of- the   most-.contemptible,  again-within, tne past "two������������������ years .the 'campaign   yarns, "put-  out -by^the" ,  reason why the city water cannot- speculative mayoralty hunter-.is in-v  be laid on; the streets of  his sub-  en-cct  thnt- he" intends  to' have", a V,-, w*u  .division.- Ihe law forbids, thc ex: thorough investigation of the' cit"y70,-W;|  penditurcot..-public  money,-on   a books* made ' "when   he   becomcsrV  property the map.of avhich is not mavor."'   Perhaps Mr. Pblsdn 'has'; *  registered.;-And; when the map is. lorgoUcn   but  jf  hc  has "then^ie.<7  registered   (he--.demand   for,-water -    - - -   -    -   -  ���������������������������SrpS"il  "7; *# *���������������������������  Vote in the Interest of a Sane  -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������;. - - - - . ��������������������������� * ���������������������������:. ' ' .. S' '���������������������������'���������������������������' ��������������������������� ---' -S7--.T-- "-- * -. ��������������������������� :-- ���������������������������v/s,--..^.s v  . The ratepayers-of Enderby. are confronted by,/ ;It is not Mr. Poison's proiriiscs that.weswish;to  a" condition that miist be,anet in "all,seriousness, treat scriously-r-nobody wilLdo^thatn.jiVv^hat'IS  In th"e-election.pendingh>day therciis an element serious, though": is, the thought thaOf- the voters  of chance .that is worse^ than The, gambler's-chance  and with possible results that w-ill be far reaching,'  and?,there is not arproperty-owner in, the'; town  who 'can afford- to treat tlie- condition lightly.' Ih  thc ^outcome'of .tlie, election to-day hangs the fate  3f/tn^^bo<alhame;a^  corporation:;, ' There1, can be no^gucs&work-about  \f''7/''.-\-the ladies"bf;th'c;;Hospital Auxiliary,  in aid,of the hospital fund.  . y/Thihk well of.Ehderb'y's interests  before, casting;* your,' ballot. , - Wc  must keep" a, steady head and.a  straight policy. No 3 per cent repudiation, ideas should go here.  The first practice of the Enderby  Philharmonic Society, under the direction of Mr. Geo. Calder, will be  held in the Presbyterian Church  Thursday evening, Jan. 14th, at 8  o'clock.  Miss Mickelborough is endeavoring to get a class in vocal culture in  Enderby, and if she succeeds il is  ^herHntenlion^loHoeate=hcrer=-4Irf  Calder is taking the names of those  desiring to take singing lessons.  J. E. Crane i.s putting on a removal sale preparatory to going  from thc Bell block to his own  building, next to the City HaJl,  which is now being enlarged and  otherwise improved by Mr. Hawkins.  At a regular meeting of thc City  Council held Monday evening the  by-law regulating bicycle riding on  tlie sidewalks passed its final reading ancl became law. Routine  business of minor importance occupied a short session.  The senior Enderby hocky team  and a number of rooters drove to  Armstrong Monday evening lo have  a game with the seniors of the  neighboring lown. The game wsis  hotly played, wilh the Enderby  team on the offensive most of lhe  lime, and the score slood one-one  until thc last quarter, then Armstrong shot the puck inlo thc net  three limes in succession. The Enderby team included E. B. Dill, S.  F. Knight, J. W. Gillman, C. and W.  Johnson, N. Flewwelling and G.  Duncan. Nels Flewwelling had the  misfortune to receive an internal  injury that laid him up in the hospital for a day or two, with no serious consequences.  have already ��������������������������� decided/how '���������������������������they. ^vilLVote; but~f or  "fear that some'-maV-yet be'inKdoiibVas.lo.the  estate as"a- side-line aridrpoctV laurel growing in  the'windows.'' '-V' ^ ^; y:;; 7 >" .'7* ?*. >���������������������������*-."* -  ^^s'aimttdicatioTiro  witlrVmcn of ������������������liis'own'bidcUngivand^r.csun'iably;  oHiis\own.calibre'. Then he proposes to'gb to'the  holders of city debentures and "tell- them tliaMhe  merits, arid objects of-the mayoralty; candidates j city cannot. pay the interest these debentures  we arc placing, these facts before them for their j carry and, instead, will.oiler Ihem 2 1-2 or 3 per  consideration:        _--.-���������������������������- - cent interest.   If they refuse lo take his offer, then  Wc'rnust measure thc men by their accom-LMr. Poison has a scheme up his sleeve by which  plishfncnts and general policy in the handling of he says hc can-compel them to do so. Another  their, own' business affairs, and public business' mad-house scheme of his is lo refuse to pay'city  placed in their hands. (Of Mr. Murphy's capacity i taxes, and he is advising others to follow his cx:  and general loyalty to and consideration of the'ample in order to embarrass the city. And it has  town's interests, wc have every reason to know, been said by his supporters lhat unless hc is elcc-  tliat he stands solid for progressive conservatism ted Mayor, he will not pay lhc amount due the  should be reminded'of the -fact' thatV'x.,,  there has been" a -."thoroughcxamin^v"!:.?- '--���������������������������&  alion of-the city, books" made~cach^7*:^, iSl  y The ^Prcss:;has^bc^h/laccifscd;^by^Vi"|5^3?  Mr.-;-Poison'"of- stating^what^is'-not-^tr^'"  .���������������������������>t*_!Rf&  <We^iftt%'dvMi^RolaiiVfrec^s^aec*^^^  in- thevcolumns^of -the, Press.tov deny.;;^^?,^  in the handling of civic business.   His work on  thc-City. Council ln_thc_past1_and as .Acting Mayor  the past year has given sufficient reason for thc  electors of Enderby to place implicit confidence  in him. Wc arc not experimenting when wc  place a man of Mr. Murphy's proven worth at thc  head of civic business.  Mr. Murphy is in the field as thc result of the  earnest appeal of thc businessmen unci ratepayers  who sent a delegation to meet him last Friday  city.   In this connection, probably if Mr. Poison  a nd _mcn_ol'Jii s_s la m p wo uld |)ay_thcir_laxcs ancl  thus do their part toward~kecping the city ma  chinery in operation and assisting in making it  possible for the city to meet its obligations, hc  would find less time to devote lo hatching his 3  per cent repudiation scheme.  There is an abundance ol* aldermanic timber  ' to select from.   Twelve candidates were nomin-  11. W. Keith  evening and, after, much persuasion, induced him j alcd.oii Monday. 01 these   vo-D  to allow his name to be proposed and thus save "^E- R Pec-have w\1^���������������������������*"^  thc day for Enderby at lhis critical stage.    Mr.!01 "���������������������������* 8land,nfi "jc. IK,!  nSl   M?  Mnrnhv  lvis   no   norsoiv.l   inlerost   to   serve    if  scc lhc namcs ol   Ml' B,a������������������c,ia,t,������������������ Mr-  Ujl '  Mr-  i/iuipn>   nas  no pcisondi imcicsi  io  suvc,  n :r:���������������������������n���������������������������, on,, Ml,  ri,.,,.,,,,    ^\ ()v ^CiiC rTCnilemcn  elected;   He promises lo take up the work, at'thc!praill1 an.d Mr- Sli������������������r|)c.  1         ! ��������������������������� , lhavc had experience as aldermen, and each has  sacrifice of much of his private interest, ancl carry  it on for the cily for 1915 lo lhe best of his ability.  How different is the attitude of Mr. Poison.  For a week or ten days hc himself circulated a  served thc city well. Thc name of Mr. Hartry,  who also has been an alderman in lhe past, and  served well, i.s on lhc list. The other candidates  are strangers   lo   the  work.    They  are:  A.  A.  Poison's'; word; against*that 'oflCityy  Constable Bailey. -We,prefer to"be-.*;  lieve MrV/Bailey.-',,rItJ;was made-'on}  the 24th of ' November���������������������������the, last''  time the' Constable shooed'Mr.>Pol--'  son on, his bike oif- the'sidcwalks.^  Similar statements Jiavc been made  since by Mr. Poison to many witlr  whom he has conversed -in "������������������������������������������������������his"  button-holing crusade for votes.'* 7  ; ..Ail  ������������������>���������������������������.?���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������'il  d  --ii  ,/.  FIRST SCHEDULE FINISHED   \  ^  Interest'.in' curling this week has  taken second  place, partly due to_  soft ice and partly to the pending"*  elections. -_ The short scheduje_was;  finished Tuesday evening, when Tiill  went down before Mack.  In the first line-up of thc rinks,  Murphy lost 1 and won 3; Dow lost  2 and won 2; Mack lost 1 and won 3  Keith lost 2 and won 2; Prince lost  2 and won 2; Evans,lost 2 and won  2; Slevens lost 3 and won 1; Scott  lost'3 and won 1; Walker lost <1 and  Dill won '1. In the play-oft" Dill lost  to Mack, and Walker to Scott.  '  .The schedule.committee'wMl not .  have the.new schedule drawn up  until  after a  meeting of the club,  which is to be held this evening.  The first games in the new schedule  were pulled off Wednesday night, Murphy beating Mack, 12-8; ancl Stevens  trimming Keith, 16-8.  While the great British empire is  praying to God for success in the  great conflict, the people of Germany arc doing likewise for thc  success of the Vaterland, and thc  Turks arc doing likewise for thc  success of Mahommedanism against  the other fellow various and sundry.  Which makes one wonder Who is  Who, and What is What, and  Whether or No, and what it is all  about.  petition asking himself to stand for Mayor. And j Faulkner, J. F; Fravel, J. IB. Gaylord, II. T. John-  in his roundsfrom house to house hc has made! son, and Jas. Nichol, .  promises of all sorts and conditions and color. | Four candidates are in the Held for lhc office of  The absurdity of these promises, many of which j School Trustee. These are, Miss E. M. Forster,  have been  repeated  to Thc Press, stamps  the Chas. Hawkins, H. P. Juqucsl and Tom Robinson  maker of them as utterly incapable of knowing  what hc is talking aboul with regard to civic  affairs. Thc question of civic business is one lhal  cannot be treated lightly. It is easy to say whal  hc would like to do, but whal Mr. Poison would  like lo do and what he could do, measured by  whal he has done in his own business affairs, arc  two distinct and different things. Mr. Poison  has stated that hc will lower the rate of taxes;  that hc will do various and sundry things along  Of these wc wish to direct the attention of thc  voters to the name of Miss Forster. Miss Forster  was induced to accept the nomination in thc hope  of giving the Enderby school a woman member  on'the school board/ This policy has proved a  very wise one elsewhere in Canada where il has  been followed for several years, and undoubtedly  would prove a good working policy here. Miss  Forster has been associated with other semi-  public work in Enderby and has shown a capacity  this line, bul if Mr. Poison knew anything about for thc work, ancl, as she is unselfishly interested  civic business, and the handling of it by thc City  Councils of the past, he would know that he i.s  undertaking lo do many things lhal cannot be ac-  complished by him or anyone else. It is so easy  for Mr. Poison to make promises. He can make  them as quickly and as promiscuously as he can  change his mind,���������������������������and this he can do sixteen  times in crossing the street once.  in thc school life of our girls and hoys, she will  be a valuable servant on the school board if elected. There is an important phase of school life  that is most difficult to handle successfully without a woman on the Trustee Board, and il is to  provide this need that lhe parents of Enderby'and  the school district are asked lo clccl Miss Forster  to a position on thc board.  AMBULANCE LEAGUE  WORK  A most enjoyable dance was held  in the K. P. thill, on Jan. 1st, in aid  of Wxnda for the Enderby Branch  of the Okanagan Ambulance League.  The proceeds netted 950.20, pari of  which will he used in Ihe purchase  of llannelletle to he made up into  pyjamas and surgical nightshirts  for Ihe sick and wounded soldiers.  Workers are needed to make up lhe  garments, which will be cut out,  ready, at Miss h'orslerN house any  day next week. There is also a  fresh supply of wool for knitting  cholera belts, which can he had at  lhe same place.  CARD Oh' THANKS  We wish lo thank Ihe many  friends who showed such kindness  lo us and lo our friend, Anthony  McWhirter, in his last days with  us, and to Ihe neighbors who freely  gave such assistance as Ihey could.  Ma. and Mus. Wm. Anmjhson* THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 14, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every  Thursday  at    Enderby.. B. C. at 32   per   year,  Walker   Press.  by   the  Advertising Kates:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. 51 an inch per month.  . Legal Notices:  12c a line first insertion; 8c a line each subsequent insertion.  Readinff Netices and Locals: 15c a line, q  JANUARY 14, 1915  1914 THE BANNER YEAR FOR GROWTH  The financial editor of the Canadian Courier  writes a summary of the growth ol* Canada in the  year just closed which gives concisely much valuable information und at the same lime a great  deal of food for thought. "Most people will be  surprised lo learn," says he, "lhal Canada had a  banner vear in 1914. Despite all lhc dark clouds,  the inconvenience caused by thc war, lhc sudden  shillings in trade conditions, and other handicaps,  Canada has finished a successful twelve months  of national life. This is proved in a dozen different ways, ancl by the figures of trade, production  and finance. .  "Canada bus learned two lessons during the  year 1914. The first is lhat no country can go on  for ever importing more goods than it exports.  Last vear Canada" bought two hundred million  dollars more than il sold. The second lessonis  similar ancl cumulative���������������������������no country can rely ior  in peace times. There will be no more team play  between thc Government and the commercial interests.  . "We were forced to stop borrowing abroad,  getting $100,000,000 less than in 1913. This is  another gain for ourselves ancl our children, who  will have interest on that much less lo meet in  lhc future. 01* our foreign borrowings of $250,-  000,000, at least fifty millions was in lhe nature of  refunding. Thai is, we were simply gelling extensions on former loans, so that we actually  borrowed new money only to thc amount of $200,-  000,000 in  1914,  against over  $350,000,000  in  1913.  "The lesson of the necessity to save has been  well learned. Thc savings deposits of Canadian  hanks have been steadily growing since the first  shock of the war. Statistics of deposits with loan  companies give further evidence of the same tendency."  Think well of others if .you expect others to  think well of you.  PERMANENT NEIGHBORSHIP  Herbert Quick, writing in the new publication  "The Canadian War," from thc American side of  lhe international boundary line, says: We on this  side of the line feel that our relations with Canada have been worked out to a point of permanent  neighborship, and that wc understand each other.  We have several thousand miles of border between lhc two nations, all unfortified and undefended. Thc outlet of the Great Lakes passes  through Canadian territory and the channels of  communication between those lakes arc common  properly. There arc some very delicate questions  relating" to the control of the waters of those  lakes, questions of immense commercial importance. There arc only two ways in which such  questions can be adjusted.   The one way appeals  10 two unmililary nations with thousands of miles  of undefended border between them, and unrestricted passage back and forth between the  nations.     Thai is lhc Canadian-American way.  11 is accomplished through the study of the situation and adjustment on a basis of mutual rights  and privileges. The other way may be best understood by a study of the frontier between  Russia and Germany, or between Belgium and  France ancl Germany. II is thc sort of international relation which must subsist between "nations in arms." ���������������������������';.  "We do not desire on. this side of the line to  become a military nation; wc do not believe lhat  you on thc Canadian side of the line desire to become a military nation, or will ever do so if your  future is allowed lo develop in lhc Anglo-Saxon  way. When an American considers Canada in  relation to this Avar, he does not need to be partisan of cither side in order to feel that a German  victory might easily bring the United States face  to lace wilh the most fateful situation which she  has confronted in half a century. This at bottom  is thc real reason for that sympathy with lhc  Allies, of which our German friends so bitterly  ancl so naturally complain.  "Thc haired of lhe war between enemies will be  an unmixed evil unless its opposite pole appears  in belter relations between man and man within  national boundaries. The German peasant and  the German landlord, thc English yeoman ancl  the English landlord, fighting side by side in the  BAN Kof MONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paidup)  Rett, |16,000,000  H. V. Meredith, Esq., President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NEW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  Deposits received from ;'fl upwards, ������������������ud interest allowed at current ratea.  Interest credited 30th O'une     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  $3.00 per load    _ can  ever on borrowing abroad.   Because of these two in ^ u,.s.w11k. ., .._,..���������������������������_.<_,   lessons. Canada has clone better in 1.914 than in! trenches, ought to achieve a closer approach to  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NOW  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End.rby  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  growing  inv Devious vc������������������:    We cut down our purchases, brotherhood in a better understanding growing  so uidi we oui> iu n<.-iu j.dj  j        .           , i,���������������������������_i..V!11.r   uv savored international rcla-  King Edward Hotel, prop?i  MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  sigh I  for excess imports instead ot* two hundred. In  olher words wc saved-one. hundred million dollars in our purchases, which is a pretty respectable saving for a counlry thc size ol* ours.  "Canada actually decreased her purchases  abroad one hundred and thirty millions, but our  sales abroad declined thirty.millions. That leaves  a net saving of one hundred '.millions. We did  -well-to-selKgood.s--lo4ho-valucioL  a bad year like 1814. In the previous year, when  wheal was more plentiful and when shipping conditions were more favorable, we sold only $-l7-l,-  OUO.OOO.   Hence we may congratulate ourselves.  "Healing the war conditions has been Canada's  task in 1i)M. 11, has been splendidly done, as the  above 1'igurc.s indicate. The western jji'ain cmn  fell oil* from ^11)7,000,000 bushels to 347,000,000  bushels. That was a big handicap, but wc; over-,  came it by I'rugalily and prudence. Australia and jlhose trails lhat wi  New Zealand had lhe same experience in grain,  and Iheir 1014 crops were much lower proportionately than ours. They thus bad a bigger  handicap lhan Canada. While the. western grain  crop fell oil' in quantity,'its money value went up.  That was luckv for us. The Toronto Globe places  the value for'lOl.'i al #241,000,000 and lhat for  1014 at $2fvl,000,()00. That saved lhc western  farmer from serious trouble, and. helped the  counlry as a whole. In eastern provinces, the increase, in lhe value of lhe crops of 15)14 was even  greater. Ontario's crop nearly doubled in value.  This is one of lhe reasons why Canada had a banner year.  "Another lesson in the. same connection is the  development of the idea that the Government can  help industry and commerce without actually  bonussing them. Thc Government has helped  the banks and the manufacturers. II has found  ways and means lo assist our foreign commerce.  The Government has learned that its business is to  develop manufacturing ancl commerce. In this  respect we are behind olher nations, and lhe  lesson learned in war times will continue lo exist  turned backward by severed international rela  lions ought to devote themselves to better domestic relations.  "Out of consideration of her duty towards The  general-principle of democracy, it .would seem  that Canada ought to develop a higher and  broader conception of Canadian democracy. We  on this side Of the line are, some of us hope,  AltyvcIoimig_n_s()rt of religion of democracy. *. * *  And the best wish Txoidd cxprcsVfc)r Canadais  that she may make such use ol" thc present crisis  as will enable her to pass quickly and prosperously through a similar moral uplift���������������������������a passage  on which we of lhe United States now believe  ourselves lo be embarked, but the end of which  is not yet in  An Extract from a Letter Written  Recently by an Official of one of  tbe Coast Cities:  -i"  Alfalfa Products Co.,  Enderby, B. C.  Dear Sirs *  "I was much interested in hearing from Mr. s���������������������������  that you were operating and have made a very good  start. I am told by a buyer of one of the biggest  Companies here that your products were much better  than any that had been shipped in here from the states  for many years."  Alfalfa Products Company  ENDERBY^  you are a single woman, resolve to cultivate  , 7....'. .7" make you a good wife instead ol a gossiping busybody; ancl if a married  woman, say a few kind words about your friends  and acquaintances instead of roastng Ihem at  every opportunity.  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND 1914 Incorporated  Patron: His Majesty the King.  President: Field Marshal His Royal Highness lhe Duke of Connaught,  Governor-General of Canada.  "To   collect,   administer  and  case   of   need,   of   the   wives.  Using lhe festering bodies of thc brave of those  FAiropean  nations  for  fertilizing  thc plains  of  Belgium is not good farming.  Thc world is full of people as good and as bad  as yourself���������������������������brace up!  All  or .net  war is suicide for ihe people who begin it  inlo it.       ������������������  Subscribe for the Press ancl get the war news  boiled clown.  As in other years, stay on lhe water wagon.  Vole for lhc best men for mayor and aldermen.  SHOULD WE BE DOWNHEARTED  SHOULD WE BE DOWNHEARTED  NO! !  NO! !  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   BRANCH  __._Coramitteei:H[s^Honor Thos. W. Palerson, Lieutenant-Governor,  ChafrTnaiiT" ~  , The Hon. Sir Richard McBride, K.   C. M. G.  F. S. Barnard, Hon. Sec.-Trcas.  ENDERBY BRANCH  Committee: Aid; P. H. Murphy, Acting Mayor, President,  Graham Rosoman, City Clerk, Hon. Sec.  J. \V. Gilman, Manager Enderby Br sinch Union Bank of Canada,  Hon.-Treas.  The objects of this organization arc  distribute a fund for the assistance, in   w^   ���������������������������.    ,   _   ....    .._._..,  children and other dependent relatives of ollicers and men, residents of  Canada, who during the present war, may be on active service with  the naval and military forces of the British Empire and Great Britain's  allies." Thus, those who will benefit by the Fund are the dependents, not only of Canadian volunteers and regulars, but also of British  army and navy reservists, and of French, Belgian, Servian, Russian  and Japanese reservists who have joined the colors, and left depends  enl relatives in Canada; these soldiers arc fighting side by side for a  common cause, and their families are entitled to equal consideration.  Under the direction of the central organization at Ottawa, and  making allowance for differences in the cost of living, the scale of  distribution to those entitled to assistance will be approximately the  same throughout Canada.  The Executive Committee of the Enderby Branch earnestly solicit  donations, which may be remitted or handed to any of the local  ollicers, or to Mr. H. M. Walker, of thc Enderby Press. All contributions will be promptly acknowledged through The Press.  Oct. 27h, 15)14. GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Hon.-Sec.  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound ^rave  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS 4  Thursday, January 14, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SHORT COURSE IN FARMING  The Provincial Department of  Agriculture is for the first time offering a short course in agriculture.  This course will be held at various  points in the province, and offers  all thc advantages of a course of  the same length at one of thc agricultural colleges, and gives lo those  that wish a training in agriculture  an opportunity to get al home what  in previous years they have had to  go lo some olher province or slate  for. Nol only is lhis course brought  nearer home, in reach of all, but the  instruction given will be that which  applies more directly to our own  conditions, by instructors who have  a thorough training in agricultural  science, and who hr.vc for a number  of years made a special study of agricultural conditions in all parts of  the Province.  _���������������������������������������������������������������*_��������������������������� , f  I Our Dry Goods Department ?  f is offering some real good ?  | bargains, in all lines. Have 1  ��������������������������� a look in. J  } POLSON     &     MURRIN   f  This course is so planned that  the work offered is well adapted to  the needs of the farmer, or to anyone wishing a knowledge of agricultural science. The course will  consist of lectures supplemented  wherever possible- by demonstra-  lion. All lectures and courses are  so arranged that they will offer a  very great deal of information in  as short a time as possible, and  everything will be discussed in  language lhat can be easily understood.  A brief outline of the subjects to  be taken up is as follows:  A study of soils, adaptability lo  different crops, classification, fertility, moisture holding capacity,etc.  Fertilizers, how to use them,  methods and purchase.  Green manuring, soil cultivation,  cover crops, rotation of crops.  Horticulture: the pruning . and  spraying, cultivation and handling  of various crops.  Diseases and insects will be discussed fully, with collections of life  histories, etc., for identification.  Demonstrations in mixing and  preparation of sprays.  Lectures in elementary botany  and entomology.  Irrigation: duty of Water, requirements of crops, etc.  Besides the above, there will be  lectures on breeding, care and management of live stock.  A fee of one dollar will be  charged those desiring to take the  course.  of America .and the United States of  Europe, shall be seen placed in the  presence of each other, extending  the band of fellowship across the  ocean.���������������������������Victor Hugo.  BEFORE  THE GREAT DA Y COMING  A day wilh come when the only  battlefield will be the market open  to commerce and the mind open to  new ideas. A day will come when  bullets and bombshells will be replaced by votes, by the universal  suffrage of nations, by the venerable  arbitration of a great sovereign sen-  ale, which will be to Europe what  the Parliament is to England, what  thc Diet is lo Germany, what the  Legislative Assembly is to France.  A day will come when a cannon will  be exhibited in public museums,  just as an instrument of torture is  now, and people will be astonished  how such a thing could have been.  A day will come when these two  immense groups, the United States  Where Genius is Demanded  ������������������       Studying the voters' list  One can declare war, but it will  take a dozen or more to conclude  peace.  Almost any one can find fault,  criticise, denounce. To beat a  horse, to kick a dog, an idiot can do  this. To see the good-and commend it; to make all living things  around you, consciously or unconsciously glad because you are alive  ���������������������������this demands something in a man  or woman akin lo genius.  AFTER  Southbound���������������������������thinking it over  FOR SALE���������������������������Registered    Yorkshire  pigs;    bolh    sexes.      Rivcrdale  ' Farm, E. Harrop, manager.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Financial Statement for Year ending December 31st, 19U  REVENUE AND RECEIPTS  Cash on hand Jan. 1st, 1914. - $50.00  Received on account 19.13 sundry d ebtors, .   ,           67.50  Taxes    -  .   General City levy  $11,584.99  School levy  4,161.18  "    (Extra-municipal),  1,109.39  Local Improvement levy  865.68  >. 17,721.24  Less rebates allowed   $   235.01  Less unpaid 1914 taxes'.���������������������������..-. 9,004.30  :        9,239.31  Amount 1914 taxes received .....    ��������������������������� * . .     8,481.93.   '���������������������������     ;  Amount 1913 taxes received .... 1;301.98 ���������������������������  Amount 1912 taxes received ....             ;    "'-'      .603.47   -���������������������������, - , ���������������������������  Amount 1911 laxes received . 7.. 9.80      10,397.18  . Interest on-taxes-, r. S. .-."���������������������������*.. :-*���������������������������    -.--���������������������������   ���������������������������>   -*- ��������������������������� -' "- ' * 61.9.4  Sundries��������������������������� "       , ' ��������������������������� "        '.--..  Trade Licenses: Liquor (2 hotels)     800.00  General      570.00 1,370.00  o ' -      ,      Police Court, fines & fees .... 165.70  Road tax  242.00  Dog tax  - . 78.00 .  Interest  72.00  Cemetery lots sold  60.00  Sundry sales  22.25.  Refunds    45.60  Recreation Ground  409.00  .  C. S. Handcock, acct. mortgage.. 600.00        3,064.55  Board of School Trustees���������������������������  Government grant .'  .3,390.00  Less not yet received  847.50     .  2,542.50  Balance 1913 grant   706.25  Refund    9.90  Refund (building account)      , . .98        3,259.63  WaterworlcslSysJem���������������������������  Rates  3,556.95  Connections  12.00        3,568.9o  Building permit fees  .   2.50  Sundry  3.!)o  Bank of Montreal���������������������������  Loans pending collection of revenue    :  13,300.00  Loans pending sale of debentures 2,400.00  - Overdraft ...     1,389.95      17,089.f)o  DISBURSEMENTS  Bank of Montreal-���������������������������  Overdraft 1913 account        * .  Demand loan account uncollected  .revenue 1913   Bills Payable���������������������������  Demand loan account uncollected  ,revenue 191      Board of Works���������������������������  Road' .construction   .'. $   475.80  Road improvements .7 '.    189.32  ,.-.';. Road maintenance .. ........ -, 404.83:  Drainage ...-...- -.   - ������������������������������������������������������. Local improvements  ...   ���������������������������    .  ���������������������������Recreation Ground maintenance.  Store house construction      Tools and implements   '���������������������������7  Band Stand ....' -    -  Interest on debentures   Waterworks System���������������������������  .Maintenance     633.68  Interest on debentures 1,665.00  Waterworks Construction   ���������������������������City4Hall-  ,   General Maintenance   Interest on Debentures   Furniture '.   Construction  account '   Police Department���������������������������  Salaries   Transportation  and Maintenance  of Prisoners     Uniform    Sundries      Board of School Trustees��������������������������� ; ���������������������������  Sundry items     Less unpaid accounts ._._       ���������������������������'  Interest on debentures  ;  Health Department���������������������������  Medical Health Olliccr  ��������������������������� *'    \  Improvement lo dumping ground ���������������������������*.  Diphtheria anti-toxin     Sundries  ) .-  Cemetery���������������������������  Interest on debentures _..      <  Donations       : .  Sundries���������������������������  Street Lighting '.  Assessment      Priming and stationery (general)  Poor relief 7   Municipal   election.   Tax refunds      ���������������������������  Water rate refunds    Trade license refund   Sinking fund   Telephoncrcntal and tolls   Canadian and B.C. Unions of Municipalities      Postage      Legal advice    Post ollice box rent   Publications   ...7   Hire of K. of P. Hall   Telegrams      Miscellaneous   Travelling expenses   Advertising      Bank exchange    Interest on temporary loans   Unpaid cheques   Cash on hand���������������������������  General    Petty    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������it  $4,796.89  3,000.00  g7.796.89  4,300.00  .��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������V?5i.-i--������������������- ���������������������������  1,069.95  4.20 -.  - .1.20  r     73.32  232.65  ..      .25  16.75 ;  2,280.02  2,298.68  ,565.01  1,217.87  300.00  4.35  17.40  ..   3,678.34  2,863.69  ~:~."..--'2'*  v."'������������������������������������������������������.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� a  r i   ill  ���������������������������ji  aI  1,539.62  : -       ���������������������������._  - -  1,101.15                    , '  1,038.00  106.70  12.00  4.45  11,187.40  826.42  m on a no  ..  1,440.00      11,800.98  ���������������������������;���������������������������;���������������������������} >v  $37,500.15  180.00  33.00  13.70  2.00  228.70  180.00  1,000.00  507.40  202.82  ���������������������������  142.05  '  357.05  75.30  17.08  .7.27  '  5.00  G 18.00.  i  9-1.85  40.00  .  39.00  *  25.00  *  3.00  16.15  5.00  11.00  57.95  10.85  14.70  2,256.07  4.75  687.76  15.70  2.50  50.00  52.50  ���������������������������  .  ..  337,506.15  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, City Treasurer /.-'  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 14, 1915  Corporation of the City of Enderby  Balance Sheet as at December 31st, 1914  ASSETS  C������������������.s7i on hand    Taxes���������������������������  Arrears 1910    Arrears 1911     Arrears 1912     Arrears 1913  r  Arrears 1914, General   $ 8,516.77  Local Improvement...       487.o3  Sundry Debtors  .................  I"!. C. Government School Grant. .  Open accounts     Waler Rate   Inventory, Sand    Estate Account  Cily Hall, cost and site   Recreation Ground   Old School    Fortune School   Cemetery      Dumping Ground    Furniture and Equipment���������������������������  Cily Hall   Hospital      Fire  Department      Hoad-niaking Machinery   Tools   Systems���������������������������  'Waterworks���������������������������  '    Cost lo Jan. 1, 1914    27,506.40  Depreciation     1,349.90  20,156.50  Add expenditure 1914     ���������������������������   565.01  Roads etc   Local Improvements No. 1   Sinking Funds���������������������������  Mortgages   Bank of Montreal   S      52.50  9.88  29.43  105.43  2,001.70  9,004.30  847.50  148.50  2,209.50  5,787.25  1,200.00  9,191.77  59,081.59  2,055.57  274.50  794.45  84.12  1,059.57  4,831.69  32.50  11,210.80  3,205.50  400.50  78,190.68  LIABILITIES  Sundry Creditors���������������������������  Debenture Debt���������������������������  Loan No. 1, Waterworks   No. 2, Waterworks   No. 4, Waterworks   No. 5, Street Improvements...  No. 6, Cily Hall Construction.  No. 7, Road-making Machinery  No. 8, Waterworks   No. 9, Drain Construction   No.10, Schools, Site & Bldg...  No.11, Waterworks     No.12, Drain Construction ...  No. 13, Cemetery   Local Improvements���������������������������  Loans, 1-7, City's share   "       1-7,   Property Owners'  School Accounts     o  Bank of Montreal, current ..... .$ 1,a8������������������.9o  Bank of Montreal, bills payable.. 11,400.00  Sinking Fund reserve   Surplus    :   6,802.33  26,721.51  22,045.26  18,153.94  1,218.00  10,545.03  67,520.71  11,763.03  $179,146.05  $18,000.00  5,000.00  2,000.00  2,500.00  5,000.00  5,500.00  2,000.00  6,000.00  24,000.00  2,500.00  3,000.00  2,000.00  9,250.00  9,250.00     $96,000.00  826.42  12,789.95  13,616.37  3,096.93  $66,432.75  $179,146.05  To His Worship thc Mayor, and Aldermen of thc City of Enderby:��������������������������� liabilities and financial statement  Gentlemen:. This is to certify thai we have compared the attached ^^h^^d^^d^rfa^ manner.  with lhc books and vouchers ol  thc City, and find same in agreement,    lhe bo?��������������������������� ���������������������������Y������������������ !^ ���������������������������> ^SS(VS .md liabilities is drawn  All our requirements as auditors have been complied with, and in our opinion  he s^cnt o   assets   md ^^cs  setting forth thc true financial position of thc City as disclosed by the books, ancl Irom mioimation icccivca  December 31st, 1914. ���������������������������n������������������������������������������������������ . XT M. wrmxr ������������������ rc.  January 5th, 1915.  CREHAN, MAR��������������������������� &CO.untantsand ^.^ ^.^  Board of School Trustees  STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR 12 MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 81*, 1������������������H  RECEIPTS  BUILDING   ACCOUNT  DISBURSEMENTS  Crsh on hand     Transfer Cilv re. insurance  Citv Treasurer    $   764.98  320.00  2,392.49  Balance due on contract   Light contract   Printing and advertising   Excavation   Sidewalk      Grass Seed    Expense re. By-law       Interest ,������������������������������������������������������,'": ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������:  Citv Treasurer, to close bank acct.  =$3t4ttt4-7-  $2,000.00  235.00  34.25  698.45  247.23  99.79  82.70  79.07  .98  $3,477.47  43  GENERAL    ACCOUNT  Cash on hand, 1st January, 1914. ..  Sundry rceipls     B. C. Government grant   Less 'amount unpaid   Contra cheque, from Building acct...  ��������������������������� Citv -Treasurer-���������������������������-.--.--;- ���������������������������^-r-r-r^: -.-.--.-  Hank  balance   (being cheques outstanding)   .   3,390.00  847.50  787.66  9.90  *,:>  12.50  .98  J>,32.Q.C0_  5.25  Bank overdraft 1st January, 1914.  Expenses���������������������������  Fuel   Salaries ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Janitor ............. ��������������������������� ���������������������������.... ...������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Repairs ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Printing and stationery    ~ Water  :t:7'Sr. ^-vt^twttvtt  Health  Supplies     Sundries   Light    ,-.  Insurance    "       transfer  .$   130.05  .     320.00  $9,606.89  M. (''��������������������������� l">AVjJ>S. Secretary.  $   459.76  616.40  6,515.00  750.00  110.34  61.25  -1139:60 ~-li :-7i7  225.52  180.06      . ��������������������������� .���������������������������  253.96  4.95  450.05        9,207.13  $9,666.89  and authorized. r.nr.i-fAN. ATARTTN & CO.. .    .  .    ...  CREHAN, MARTIN & CO., . .       A���������������������������,mrtPQ  Chartered Accountants and Municipal Auchtois.  Our Groceries   j  are Al Quality at right j  prices and good service j  POLSON     &     MURRIN j  OVERCOATS  If you get your overcoat cleaned  and pressed, il will save you gelling  a new one.  A.   E.   W E S T 'S  Ladies'  and   Gents'  Tailor  Enderbv  Prepare for Hell���������������������������and You'll Get II  If, as seems"generally admitted  even by militarists, "War is hell,"  then in lime of peace to prepare for  war i.s lo prepare for hell, and if  great armaments make for peace  then great armaments make for a  lime when���������������������������won't some one help  us out on the logic of lhis thing?  ! SPECIAL PRICES on all  t Heating Stoves and Ranges  j ���������������������������and they are right, too.  I  ������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  POLSON     &     MURRIN  I  Things to Which Tyrants Cling  I believe in the spirit of peace,  and in sole and absolute reliance  on truth and thc application of il  to the hearls and consciences of the  people. I do not believe thai the  weapons of liberty ever have been,  or can be, the weapons of despotism. I know lhal those of despotism are lhc sword, the revolver, the  cannon, thc bombshell, the battleship: and therefore, the weapon lo  which tyrants cling and upon  which Ihey depend arc not the  weapons for me, as a friend of  libertv.���������������������������W. L. Garrison.  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, b  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  LAW ENFORCEMENT  "What are Ihey moving the church  for?" asked the tenderfoot in a  Western town.  "Waal, stranger; I'm mayor o'  these diggin's, an' I'm fer law enforcement. We've got an ordincc  which says no saloons shall be  nearer than 300 feet from a church.  I gave 'em three days to move the  church."  Kindness is a language that even  thc dumb can speak and the deaf  can understand. I  9  Thursday, January 14, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  G1LLETTS LYE  EATS DIRT  'Cu������������������ti B[r0������������������t opihiho -fuu omicriON* nm"1" "^  6^E5*������������������  jJOWDtRf  ^U-ETTCOMRRNYUfig  TORONTO ONT.  **"H6  MO*  P  OF CANADA  With Cash in the Bank  You Can Buy to  Advantage  You know how everything  costs more when you have to buy  on credit. Why not practice self-  denial a while.* if necessary, open  a Savings Account in the Union  Bank of Canada, and, with the  money in hand, buy at Cash,  prices? The discounts will help  to swell your bank balance, and  you will have a good start towards  financial independence.  Enderby Branch,      J. % GILLMAN, Manager  SECRET 7SQCIETIES..   ;.  Enderby- Lodge tNo. 40-  Regular ��������������������������� meeting's first  Thursday on-or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows -" Hall.' yisilihg,  brethren cordially invited-;  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  ,   W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ������������������i; o. o. f.  JSZf Eureka Lodge, No. CO  Meet's every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, in I. O.  0. P. hall. Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. ���������������������������        JAS. MARTIN, N. G.-   ,  C. PARKTNSON. V. G.   -  R. E.WHEELER. Sec'y.  . J. B. GAYLORD. Treas.  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.  T. H. CALDER. K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART. M P.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address.  R.,N. BAILEY. Enderby   '   PROFESSIONAL,  UNCLE BILLIE  (By J. C Bolander)  My first winter in a mining camp  I never shall forget. It was'one of  the plcasantest in my memory.  It was in the year 1885, in a  little placer camp named Delta, in  the state of Idaho.  During thc winter months the  miner does what he calls dead  work: making sluice boxes and getting everything ready for spring,  when the water comes. At night  they go to town to have a good  time.  In the only hotel in Delta they  had a very large office, and a good  warm room il was. In it wc would  gather at night and tell stories  until the wee sma' hours.  One night the stage, with a big  load of passengers, was snowbound  al Delta, and well do I remember a  story told by Uncle Billie.'  "Now Uncle Billy was an old-  timer, a good story teller, and an  Indian fighter. He could tell some  hair-raising tales.  On the night in question they  called on him for a story, and this  is what he told:  "Say, boys; you talk about tight  places, and close calls. I had 'em.  It was in the Black Hills.  "I had missed some cattle, and  ���������������������������was hunting them. I saw them near  Dead Man's Gulch. You know  where that Gulch is, Blain?" addressing one of the miners.  "Yes," answered Blain. ,  "Well,-.I started after them, but  as I rode upon a little rise, I saw  four Indians heading my way. They  had seen me about the same time I  discovered them."  Here Uncle Billie stopped to take  a chew of tobacco.  "Say, boys," I did some tall thinking about that time,, for I knew I  was in for it. - ^ 7  "I just headed for the mouth of wheat   and   other   foodstuffs, this  the Gulch. , I knew if I could beatj coming year, and bulletins and cir-  t'hem there I stood some show.. ." .. I culars /were issued, particularly' in  7 "Just-as I got close to tHe;Gulcn,:tlie west, .pointing out ^how:;the  one Indian was'close enough, so I farmers>f Canada,:could.assist the  let ily a shot at him,'and.he fell off Empire, as well^as-benefit, ttiem-.  his horse a dead Indian. * As I en- selves by increasing, -their production. .Practical; advice on the best  methods to" adopt in doing -this, was .  spread broadcast. The result, is-  that in' Western"* Canada the <acre-  to be sweeping through the Austrian crown land of Bukowina, and  British experts arc reported as believing that this army will soon be  well over the mountains forming  the boundary into Hungary.  Servia, with her army more or  less rehabilitated, is described in  London as attacking the dual monarchy from thc south with renewed  vigor. Austria declares that the  latest Servian attempts have been  repulsed. Nevertheless credence is  given in England to the reports  that Germany is planning to throw  troops lo the assistance of her ally  in a third attempt to crush the Serb  army. One hundred thousand  Prussians and 300,000 Austrians, it  is said, are to be employed in this  campaign, the Teuton allies deeming such.a movement imperative in  view of the grave situation in the  Balkans.  In Belgium and. France the Allies  are making some hard-carried gains  and the Germans also are making  progress. The opposing forces are  so evenly matched, and the positions of their trenches are such,  that sapping and bomb-throwing  must be relied upon chiefly to bring  any gains; and barring a lucky victory in thc sporadic artillery duels,  this form of warfare doubtless will  continue all along the line in Flanders and in France until the weather improves the ground and permits more extensive infantry operations.   -  thc deer and fire the gun. The  novel request is to be made that the  deputy game wardens may hunt on  her behalf, whenever a deer is required by the little family.���������������������������Vancouver Province.  YOUR LOCAL PAPER  THE FARMERS' FIRST DUTY  At the outbreak of'the war the  Government was impressed .with  the necessity of increasing the production of foodstiiffs in -Canada.  An appeal was made by the Government to thc tanners of the Dominion   to  increase   their   ������������������"���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������f  Don't overlook the good services  frequently rendered by your, local  newspaper. It may not be just as  brilliant^ a literary effort as you  would desire, but it serves the purpose, and docs it to the best of ils  ability. Anyone reading your local  paper in, say, a distant public library, looks at the advertisements  to get,an idea of thc businesses in  existence and their style.i If your  advertisement does not appear you  are not in.existence to the outside  world. So, use the advertising  pages of your local newspaper for  bona-fide advertising, but don't  sink lo the level of thc Cheap John  either by economizing on-the space  used or allowing unseasonable ads  to appear week after week, or with  a blare and Hare of trumpets heralding something cut* scandalously  low���������������������������so low that the" public doubt  both your sanity and thc quality of  your goods.���������������������������B. C. Pharmaceutical  Record.  SOME REFLECTIONS  ON COSI Of LIV.NG  Mr.  Flavelle    Thinks    Inefficiency of  Consumers Has M-ch to do  With It  NOTICE  tered the Gulch I killed another.  Then I foundil had no more cart:  ridges in my gun.     '  "I  knew  of  a .trail  about  one-  fourth of a mile up the Gulch lead-  Notice is hereby given that, al the  expiration of Thirty" (30) days, application will.be made lo the Board  of License Commissioners for the  transfer "of the License for'the sale  of Liquor by retail in and upon the  premises known as "The Enderbv  .Hold,!' situate in the City of Enderby, upon thc lands described as  Lots One (1) and Two (2), Three  (3) and Four (4), Block Eleven  (11),.Map Two Hundred and Eleven "A" .(211a), arid part of Lots  One, (1) antUTwo, (2), Belvedere  Townsite. to Morgan O'Brien. - 7  ���������������������������.":*':��������������������������� RICHARD ELI BEST,'. .  _ - -. By H..G. Davies, Attorney.  Dated this'Ninth day of Decern-'  ber.A.iD, 1914,-.  -' ',     .., S -';//.���������������������������  SYNOPSIS GF COAL KITING REGULATIONS  will be leased to one applicant.  , Application    for   a - lease must  be  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Goal-mining rights of the Dominion  ,       r ,,     i      ��������������������������� i in Manitoba.    Saskatchewan and Al-  age under fall, plowing shows an   berta>   >the 'Yukon     Territoryi   tht  ing to the plateau above.-  I thought  increase of- from forty ^tofifty per- Northwest' Territories and a portion  if I could  get there I could  send  cent,-and the outlook for a big crop  "of. the province of British Columbia,  this vear is splendid. - i may be leased for & tcrm of twenty-"  ������������������������������������������������������ -  ..     /-i i  ��������������������������� .      i   one years at an   annual rental of $1  However, the Government is not aQ Jre     Not more chan 2>5M ������������������cr*s  resting with this. Arrangements  are being .completed 'for holding,  during the months of January arid  February a series of farmers' meetings throughout Canada, where ag-  "Prcsently the Gulch narrowed, riculutral experts will discuss with  and the walls on either side were the farmers the best means for in-  about fifty feet high.   I could hear creasing  the   food   production  to ^ ^    ������������������������������������������������������������������������,.������������������������������������������������������  the red devils hot for behind me,  mcct the demand which will come for shail be staked out by*the"appli'  when all al once I ran into a wall  from Greal Britain and her allies.. cant himself.  While the work is being under-1    Each   application   must,be accon*  taken  by the  Dominion, it is ex-' Panied"b? a fee   for '5 which wiU b*  my horse up the trail ..and I would  keep on up the Gulch, and I thought  thc Indians would follow the horse.  "But I was fooled for once. They  kept coming after me..,  "Say, I tell.you it was getting interesting���������������������������for Mr. Indian.  J. W. Flavelle, Toronto, in discussing  before  an  audience  the cost of  living said the consumer was supremely inefficient.    He spoke of the larg**  number of  young girls  employed  in  factories and offices until they weie  ready to set up housekeeping for themselves, when they  found  themselves  almost entirely ignorant of the economical purchasing and preparation of  food.      There ��������������������������� was almost as great  ignorance on the part of their more  fortunate   sisters  who  did   not have  to work, and in this ��������������������������� connection Mr.  Flavelle referred to the habit of housewives doing their purchasing by telephone, and ordering' half a pound of -  beefsteak  to be  sent up.    The con-,  Burners themselves, Mr. Flavelle.said,  were  to  a "great extent  responsible*-  for the "cruel and improvident waste,  Identified   with  the consumption  and-  preparation  and    purchasing of food-  products."    The fundamental cause of  the high cost of -living, Mr. Flavelle-  said, was an underproduction of the  primary farm products.   The problem  was a social problem, even more than  an  economic    problem.      What  was  needed ..was a greater feeling of fel-7  lowship between the'farmers and the',  people in other callings:   The farmer;"  should ,live- just as'well, .and should  have Just as'.many, comforts  in his'..'.  home' as the man in,, the city.   .Mr'.'.���������������������������  Flavelle spoke of- the ten million doi-'y  lars of farmers' money- in the banks -.  of Ontario drawing interest at'three 7  per. cent., "practically'every dollar of'  which should-have gone back into the'-.  land,- or* into\stock.' or' -Improvements 7  on,the farms." \ What waslwanted~was|  1 Bome'way,to check the flow-- of' people?--  lritoVtheycities = arid-.* towns-'-from.?vthe*v'  ''land ."thaV'ought." to-be flowing'- with*,  Vi  i  V>5  -,. r\^--,S\  V    -.!,1������������������'������������������v     "!'_  ;\-?P  1,v.'P.-fli'.-irtl  milk'and'.'honey."  OBEYED THE SIGN  How a Young Lad Secured a Position,  in a   Bank ' ���������������������������    - 'S>'  made' by the. applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land must  he, oe&oriljed by " sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections,, and in un-  surveyed   territory   the tract applied  in front of me."  Uncle Billie stopped short  i refunded if the rights applied for are  "WcHr^hat^happened^hcn?^^^  asked one of the stage people.  "They killed me," replied Uucle  Billie.  < >  <������������������  < >  < ���������������������������  <'  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  /      ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  C������������������mfortablev arid Commodious Stablingfor teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  .   Land-seekers and Tourists in-!  vited to give us a trial.  DEADLOCK CONTINUES  The hand of winter seems to be  upon the armies in the field in Poland and in France and Belgium,  and the past week has seen little  change in the relative positions of  the fighting forces. Judging from  thc reports from Poland, the German forces are up against something of thc same conditions as  have faced them in Belgium and  France for the past two months or  more. Their march upon Warsaw  seems to be as effectually checked  as their inarch upon Calais. In Poland, however, they have instituted  a new movement from the north,  and coincident with this have resumed their voilent offensive operations to the west of'Warsaw. They  are hacking their way forward-at  some points, only to be driven out  from their advanced positions at  point of the bayonet by the Russians.  Meanwhile the Russians are said  operate.    It is intended to put the royalty   shall   be paid' on   the mer-  case before the farmers in such a chantable output of the mine at the  way as to convince them that what r*S* of five cents P*5.1* to*-      .      u  .    * ���������������������������.  . . ,.       ., .   .    lhe person operating the mine shal  is a profitable move  lor them  is furnish the Agent witg sworn return8  also a patriotic duly, as the qucs- ��������������������������� accounting for   the   full quantity ot  tion of food requirements is of the' merchantable coal mined and pay the  utmost importance in thc present  struggle. Hon Martin Burrell,  Minister of Agriculture, who will  have charge of thc scheme, hopes  for general co-operalion in carrying on what may develop into a  wider movement toward agricultural expansion.  PERMITS TO SHOOT DEER  i  T  Royalite Coal Oil in bulk;  | 3 gals, for $1.00. It pays to  ��������������������������� buy it that way.  I POLSON     &     MURRIN   t  With a view to relieving any distress among poor ranchers and  others living in the Interior, the attorney-general, as head of the  game department, has instructed  Game Warden Williams to issue  special permits allowing deer to dc  killed out of season. Many of these  permits have already been issued,  and have proved a great boon. The  game wardens, constables and government agents are reporting on  any cases where the issuance_pf  special permits is desirable, and  proper precautions are being taken  to prevent abuse.  An interesting case submitted lo  the attorney-general comes from  Fernie district, where a poor  widow with four children is in  need of food supply. Game Warden  Williams would very readily issue  a permit to her, but it would prove  of no avail without a man to trail I  royalty therein, ii tlie coal mining  rights are not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least  once a year.  The" lease will include" the coal min-"  ing rights only, but the leasee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working, ol  the mine at the rate of $10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Socretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W, CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized    publication, of  his advertisement    will  not be  paid  r.  OVER 65 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  When   .Sir    Edmund. "Walker,  now;  president .of the Bank of Commerce, -,  was general manager, of that institu-_  tion, he'was rather-unpleasantly sur-'  prised one busy morning.   In response'-  to a brisk'knock at'his private office' *  and invitation  to come"in,  there ap-".  peared .a  bright "boy  about  fourteen"-,  years of age, poorly but neatly dressed. ���������������������������  "Well, sir," said the .banker, not un- -  kindly. /'What can 1 do for you?"  "Please,   1   want a job,  sir." "    "    ,  "How do you  happen  to  come in  here, and who sent you?"  ^"No-onty-sir/i 1���������������������������-_  irJ^ii.^'sesi  :U *^* z. a* >..<-,-,��������������������������� ..-.I  S4 S?:.;SS;}$r*\  //Vf^'/^-v-fl  -ss~ss.ssJ\  . ,\ s 7.- <?rf"jl  ft - ��������������������������� - >���������������������������  7^r'7ji  77'S  .-". >-"'i|  :7 M  >l  "Then how did you find your way  up?"  "By the same way as you did, sir."  "What way is that?"  "Why, you have it printed on the  door downstairs,'" remarked the urchin.  "What's on the door?"  "Push," replied the lad. The clever  chap was given a position' before h������������������  left the building.  ATENTS  *������������������������������������    ..-.'i/fcttjjr.Vi,.  t~^r^  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Anyone^sondliig a tkotch and description may  qulokly nscortnln our opinion free tvfioLlicr an  Invention Is prohnbly pato'tituble. Comniunlcv  lions strictly confldonttnl. HANDBOOK on 1'utonu  sent free. Oldest Ruoncy foreoourlnu patonli.  Patents taUon Uirouah Munn & Co. rocolve  tpccltilnotice, without clinreo, lu thG  Scientific Imcrlcaw.  A handsomely Ulnstratwl weekly. Lot-Rest circulation of any actemiflc Jouriml. Turin* tor  Ciiiiadn, $3.75 a year, postaKO prepaid. Sold by  all nbwsdualera.  MU.NN & Co.3GtBroadw^ New York  Biuucb Olllco, 025 F Bt��������������������������� Washington, D. C.  Fortune  Telling   Popular  Crystal  gazing and  fortune  telling  are on  the  Increase  in  high  society  in  London,   Eng.,   and   tlie   seer  and  seeress  who succeed    in  getting  an  aristocratic clientele    are prosperous  people.    Even royalty is not exempt  from the desire to see into the future,  Queen Alexandra has one of the finest  collections of crystals in existence, and  one or two new ones were added to  it at Christmas.   Her majesty's sister,  the Empress Dowager of Russia, who  is most enthusiastic regarding occult  subjects,  Invariably  consults  several  seers when she is in England.   There  is one special one-who has long and  intimate  conversations  with the  imperial lady, and sometimes stays with  her for several days at a time at San-  drlngham.    She is supposed to have  foretold  all   that    happened    to   the  young Czarewitch.   The seer is often  engaged to amuse a house party.   In  some quarters, he or she receives a  regular yearly    salary    from certain  families, and    Is expected to attend  when required.  Five  Roses  and   Harvest  Queen  Flour ut Dill Bros. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 14, 1915  Splendid Showing by Institutes of  the Province for Patriotic Fund  Victoria, 13. C.���������������������������May I ask you lo  be so good as to publish the following list of subscriptions received  by the Agricultural Department  from lhe Farmers' and Women's  Institutes of this Province, towards  the Farmers' and Women's Institutes Patriotic Fund.  The splendid amouni of .$1,350.05  lias been received up to the end of  Ihe year, and there.arc several more  Inslilules to-.hear froii7yel.  The collection of this amount i.s  indeed a credit io our Farmers' and  Women's Inslilules, and must have  entailed a considerable amouni of  self-sacrifice on the part of the  members, when one considers tlie  hard limes which at present cxisl,  and lhe-'many other calls which  have to be made', on their generosity. In addition to cash contributions, most of our....Inslilules, especially the AVomen's, have "made  large gifts of food, clothing, etc..  for relief of the Belgians7and of  those in our midst "who .are suffering through this terrible Avar.  In accordance with the wish of  practically all the Institutes who  have subscribed, the total amouni  collected will be donated to His  Majesty's Government, to be ulil-  ized by theni as they may think best  towards lhe alleviation of suffering  and distress caused by the war in  European countries. This practically means lhal it will be used to  help'the Belgians���������������������������lhal indomitable race who, by their heroic  siand al the beginning of the war,  undoubtedly saved the situation,  and who, in consequence of tin's  righteous defense of their hearths  and homes, have had their country  ravaged and laid waste, and are  suffering untold hardships and  misery.  Mis Honor, Lieutenant-Governor  Barnard, has kindly consented lo  make the donation on behalf of lhc  Farmers' and Women's Inslilules  of British Columbia.  I am, sir, vour obedient servant,  WM. E. SCOTT,  Deputy   Minister   and    Superintendent of Institutes.  ....    55.25  Silver Creek   0.00  Salmon Vallcv    ....    3S.00  Texaila Island'    10.00  Victoria  . .   ....    25.00  Windermere    ....    28.00  ....    '11.25  Islands    ....    30.00  Martin's  Prairie      ....    00.00  Women's Inslilules  Arrow Park-   ....    -13.10  Agassiz -.-.-���������������������������   ....     10.00  Chilliwack             5.50  Cranbrook      . .. .    38.00  Cowichan      . ...     10.00  Central   Park     . . ..    22.00  5.00  . .. .    30.00  Gordon   Mead      . .. .    77.25  ....     M.00  . .. .    10.00  llarrop & District   5.00  Kalamalka      ....    51.00  Langl'ord    . .. .      8.25  Langley     . . ..  152.00  Lake  Hill      . ...   105.00  Matsqui      . ...     19.50  Melchosin    (  . . . .    -10.00  . .. .    25.00  ....     17.00  ....  115.70  Oyster  District      . ..    30.00  Peachland     . . .    40.00  Similkameen       ...  100.00  Salmon   Arm      . . .    27.50  Summerland     . ..    31.25  South Saanich     .. .    22.00  Surrev      ...    2-1.00  Salmon Kivcr Vallev  . .  ...     12.50  Tvnehead      .. .    20.00  Royal Oak   .. .    38.00  .. .    27.00  . . .      8.90  Willow Point   . . .     70.55  SUNSHINE SERMONS  Cheerful Guidance to a Happier, Healthier Life  By the Philosopher-Physician  GEORGE F. BUTLER,. A. M., M. D.  $4,350.05  NOTICE  Agreement for Yearly Half-day  Closing  Inslilules  Contributions  Arrow Park      ������������������ 21.75  Aldergrove          130.25  Bavnes District       28.00  Burton           25.50  Cape Scott        25.25  Coombs           24.75  Cranbrook            17.00  Crawford Bar        202.00  Chilliwack          117.00  Creslon   .......    50.00  Eagle  River      .......    50.00  Glensidc             2.50  Graham Island, Easl  Coast..    25.00  H.OWC Sound           50.00  Kalcdcn   .'    -20.00  Kent          25 no  Kelowna      ....'...    30.30  Lascpioli- Tsland   . . . .        10.00  Langlev         103.00  Melchosin          1.10.00  Malsqui            94.25  Maple Ridge         75.00  "Mount Olic           19.40  We the undersigned merchants  and businessmen of the city of Enderby, B. C, hereby agree and do  agree to close our respective places  of business on each and every  Thursday afternoon -at 1 o'clock  during the year,-commencing wilh  the first Thursday in January, 1915.  excepting only any such week in  which a legal holiday occurs, (also  during the week in the month of  December in each year) immediately prcecdinu Christmas Day.  MURRIN HARDWARE CO., Ltd  POLSON & MURRIN  DILL BROS.  CHAS. OPPERTSMAUSEU  GEO.-J*. SHARPE,  ENDERBY SUPPLY CO.  W. ,1. WOODS  J. E. CRANE.  Valie:    LS.25  Nicola -...."  30.00  Northern Okanagan    150.35  Nechaco     50.00  Nanaimo     132.00  Notch  Hill     88.00  Norlh Vancouver     35.00  Xf-edles     32 00  Nilinal    1,3.75  New Denver  10.00  -Okanagan .Centre.  43.40  Okanagan     :>0.0~0"  Pender Island     80.00  Penliclon  8.00  Ouadra      105.25  Robson   .  120.50  Rock  Creek  30.00  Rose   Mill- 130.50  OUR SPRING POET  Early to bed and early to rise,  Cut ihe weeds and swal the flies:  Mind your .own business and tell  no lies���������������������������  Do'n'l  gel gay and  deceive your  wives;  Pay your debts and use enterprise  And'buy  from   home  merchants  who advertise..  CUTTERS AND SLEIGHS  A nice line of cutters arid sleigh's"  has just been received by Ihe undersigned. Investigate. You will iind  nrices and quality right and terms  the best. JAS. McMAMON.  Skidegale      SI.  Elmo   .'���������������������������   Seymour Arm   .  Surrey   Shawiiigaii���������������������������......  Shirley   Dislrid  Strawberry Mill .  35.00  28:00  50.00  80.00  50.00!  05.50 |  23.30 '  Poullrvmen wishing to join thc  Enderbv Egg Circle can have rules  and full information on application  lo Mr. 0. . Bigge, Gainford Ranch,  Enderby.  ROOM   TO   LET���������������������������Apply   Brownie  Tea Rooms.  infJ*l������������������������������������'U������������������HWWBM���������������������������www  A FEW SPECIALS  r Friday & Saturday  fo  1-2 lb. tins Fraser River Pink  Salmon,    -    -    -  3 for 25c  4-lb Tins English Pure Fruit Jams  regular, 90c; for    /Oc  4-lb Tins English Marmalade for       5 5c  THESE WILL   SAVE   YOU MONEY  A fresh supply of Herrings, and Dill Pickles  Agents for'Five Roses Flour.  DILL BROS.  GENTS' FURNISHINGS GROCERS  Silence Is often our most effective weapon.    If you are not  quite  sure  that you  are  right,  the best thing you can do is to  keep  still,  yet   keeping  still   Is  one of the hardest things a man  has to do.    Half the trouble In  life  would   be  saved   if   people  would remember that silence Is  golden, when they are irritated  or 'annoyed.   If you talk much,  you are likely    to    say    things  which, though  you  may forget  them as soon as they are 6poken,  will be remembered against you.  A thing said  Is hard to recall,  but unsaid It can be spoken at  any time.   Silence never makes  any  blunders, and  always  gets  as much credit as Is due It, and  frequently more.    It Is hard to  find a man of good sense who  can look back upon any occasion  and wish he had said more, but It  is easy to find many who wish  they   had  said  less.    How few  people know when to keep still  or even to stop talking.    If the  friend knew when to keep still,  how grateful  his silence would  be.    If the candid creature who  tells us of   our    foibles    knew  when  to hold   his tongue,' how  much   less  strong   our  Impulse  to slap him would be.   It Is with  narrow-souled   people  as    with  narrow-necked  bottles, the  less  they   have  In  them  the    more  noise they  make In  pouring  It  out.     Sydney   Smith   said:   "A  clever man makes his talk far  more   delightful   by   interposing  occasional   flashes  of    silence."  Think before you speak, instead  of afterwards.    The  court fool  who prayed "Oh God, be merciful to me, a fool," prayed deeper than he knew, and the man  who prays, "Oh God, teach me  to  know when    I    have    &ald  enough," prays deeper still.  (Copyright, 1910. by W. Q. Chapman.)  The largest college is in Cairo,  Egypt It has on'its register each  pear over 10,000 students and 310  teachers.  Five Roses'- ancl Harvest Queen  Flour at Dill Bros.  ��������������������������� *  \ Sec our new McClary Range?  J���������������������������The Gary: 7 It's some |  j Range, at a popular price. |  I POLSON     &     MURRIN   j  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ..���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.*  0. K Barber Shop  H. I-IENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Everything   new   and    up-to-date.  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  BEAUTIFY VOUR HOME  At thc least cost and risk,by planting your gardens and orchards with  our Roses, Ornamental and Fruit  Trees, grown only in 13. C, al our  ���������������������������well-known RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, al Grand Forks. No order too  large or too small. 7 -s  For prices and particulars apply  H. E. C.^Harris,       Ende  WANT ADS  WANTED���������������������������50 lo 100-acre farm,  suitable for mixed farming. Give  full details first loiter. G. Slapeley,  31'*. Metropolitan Bldg, Vancouver  FOB SALE���������������������������Heifer, just calved;  good milker and gentle. Apply,  Box 71, Enderby. /  VOW SALE���������������������������-Table chicken; White  Leghorn cockerels for breeding;  good laying strain. Young pigs.  II. F. ("ownn. Enderby.  FOB SALE.���������������������������Sweet cider, cooking  apples, cider vinegar. Geo. R.  Lawes, Enderby Heights.  WHY use inferior wood when yon can  BURN BAXTER'S BEST BIRCH.  Leave orders at Dill Bros.  CUTTER WANTED���������������������������Anyone having good second-hand cutter for  side, give description and price to  AV. A. Bussed, Enderby.  I'lHST-CLASS BOARD and rooms;  reasonable rates; Bradley house.  ���������������������������OB HENT���������������������������-A three-room flat,  over old Walker Press oflice.  Apply Walker Press.  >������������������2������������������������������������Jm$������������������<j������������������������������������j������������������j������������������������������������j������������������������������������$wJ������������������������������������j������������������������������������j������������������������������������j������������������������������������JoJ������������������������������������j������������������j^  ENDERBY MUSIC STORE 1  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  *  v  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������  ������������������  i  i  !  Y  Y  Y  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  Y  ?  Y  Y  f  Y  *  <-;���������������������������  We will continue  our low prices in all  lines until the 1st of  February. Prices  are low for this class  of goods, so now is  the time to secure  bargains.'  A few lines of wall paper  at very low prices, so brighten  upy ypur h^  season.    ���������������������������'"���������������������������':���������������������������:':"     "~: ���������������������������:-" c;---':V^.^7^  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  1*  Y  "Y  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  Y  Y  Y  , ,-������������������������������������������������������. -Y ���������������������������-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� -  ��������������������������� ,' v'v!*,   .������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������* ;J  J. E. CRANE, Proprietor        f  Do You want any  Robin Hood Flour  or Cereals ?  We can supply you.    Also Bran,  Shorts,  Wheat,  Oats,  Barley, Chop, Alfalfa Meal, Vegetables and Apples.  TEECE &5QN,  next   Hendrickson's  :Barher:Shop,:_ ENDERBY  We deliver to any part of the city  First Curling Schedule  Dec. 28  Dow-Walker Evans-Prince  Dec. 2!)  Murphy-Stevens Keith-Mack  Dec 30  Dill-Murphy Scott-Evans  Dec. 31  Stevens-Dow Prince-Keith  Jan. 4th  Walker-Dill Evans-Keith  Jan. 5th  Murphy-Dow Mack-Scott  Jan. Gth  Stevens-Dill Prince-Mack  Jan. 7th  Slevens-Walkcr Scott-Prince  Jan. 8th  Murphy-Walker Mack-Evans  ~~ Jan. 11th  Dow-Dill Scotl-Kcith  Jan. 12th  Winners Winners  Won by  Dow  Prince  Score  15-7  17-6  Murphy  Mack  18-1  10-9  Dill  Evans  13-4  12-4  Dow,  Keith,  13-5  15-6  Dill,  Evans,  24-1  8-5  Murphy,  Scott  15-6  18-6  Dill  Mack,  15-7  13-8  Stevens,  Prince  11-6  9-6  Murphy  Mack  11-8  11-10  Dill  Keith  15-6  14-5  Mack v. Dill won bv Mack, 13-8  Scotl v. Walker, by Scotl,   17-8

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