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 h  Enderby, B. C, May 6, 1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 10; Whole No. 364  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Mrs. H. W. Keith will not receive  on Friday, nor again this season.  Sam Skejie returned from Sand  Point, Idaho, this week, where he  spent the winter months.  Frank Pearson came in Wednesday afternoon from Vancouver,  having iinished his studies there.  Mrs. Dunford, who has been visiting with Mrs. Matthews for some  weeks, left on Tuesday for Reston,  Manitoba.  The men's clothing department  of the Enderby Supply Co., is  showing a line line of samples of  spring suitings.  The Brownie Tea Rooms are  the popular meeting place for the  people who want to talk it over  over a cup of tea.  Rev. Mr. Hedley is selling by  private sale his household furniture and other articles which he is  not disposed to take away.  "Parish of Enderby, 5th Sunday  after Easter: Mattins, Grindrod,  10.30 a. m.; Evensong, Mara, 3 p.m.  Evensong, Enderby, 7.30 p.m.  Methodist Church, May 9th: Sunday school service at 10.30; Ash-  ton school at 2.30. Mothers' Dayf  evening service , at 7.30. Everyone  cordially welcome. - - r,  " Mr.F.R. Prince is, taking his  canoe to Mabel Lake this week,  where he ��������������������������� expects to spend much  of * the-'-summer. .-holiday-season -at  his property on the lake shore.y"--  ; When you need any canned or  bottled goods for lunches, and must  have them Thursday afternoon, we  can accommodate you at Joe's refreshment parlors and bakery.  The afternoon tea and sale held  last Friday afternoon by the ladies  aid of the Presbyterian church,  given - in thc Poison block, Cliff  street, proved very successful, and  an event greatly enjoyed.  In these days of mail order house  catalogues and bargain-day inducements in neighboring towns, we  should think a law encouraging  buying at home would be more to  the point than one preventing it.  After much scurrying about on  Monday evening, a quorum of  aldermen got together at a special  meeting of the City Council and  put through its final reading thc  by-law making Thursday afternoon  _a_holiday.;  A FRIEND IN NEED  Mention has been made on numerous occasions by the Canadian  press of the readiness of American  capital to reach over into Canada  and buy municipal and other debentures while our own moneyed  men are allowing their wealth to  stand idle in the bank vaults. In  the Toronto Saturday Night of May  1st, this subject is brought out  again, and., the writer somewhat  disabuses the public mind of the  thought put out by. the banks that  the reason our Canadian banks do  not provide better for Canadian  producers is because they have not  the money available.    He says:  "Certainly there is no precedent  for the general interest taken in  Canadian financial affairs in the  United States. Since the war began, (Americans have purchased  well-up to $75,000,000 of Canadian  issues, mainly bonds of governments, municipalities and large  corporations, exclusive - of stocks,  and there is good reason to think  that other deals are under way  which will result in millions of  American money coming here, for  stock ownership. This American  buying furnishes one of the strongest arguments, for. Canadian stocks,  and is said, to account for the  scarcity which brokers "declare exists in certain-securities. Another  bullish,factor is seen in'thc large  deposits in Canadian'banks arid in  theifact that there is not sufficient  industrial"-activity ItoVcalP for,ythe  profitable employment "of. all ^ the  funds which are available."   '.  CELEBRATED   TOO   FREELY  APRIL  HONOR  ROLL  A sale of bedding-out plants will  be held under the' auspices of St.  George's W.A., on May 14th. An  opportunity to get asters, stocks  and other summer flowering plants  at small cost. Look for further announcement.  Thc City Council at Monday  night's meeting confirmed the action of a committee meeting fixing  the tax rate for 1915 at 20 mills,  assessed as 7 mills for school purposes and 13 mills for general, to  include all other taxes.-  Mr. W. A. Russell is finishing his  cottage, adjoining the Flewwelling  residence, Railway avenue, and is  moving the furniture in this week.  The situation and general architecture of this cottage makes it one of  the most attractive in thc city.  \') Mr.   Mann   ancl   Mr.   Lemke   are  putting a Gray portable engine in  their boat, on Mabel Lake, and  preparations are being made by all  parties having facilities for the enjoyment of summer outings to  make the most of the summer at  that popular resort.  The Misses. Davies wish to acknowledge the following contributions to the Cottage Hospital: Mr.  S. F. Hartry, eggs, vegetables and  flowers; Mrs. Landon, eggs and  butter; Mrs. Butchard, papers; Mrs.  Carlson, fruit; Mrs. Bigge, eggs;  Miss Forster, flowers.  One cannot but feel pride in thc  home-makers of Enderby when attention is paid to the splendid  work being put into thc gardens  surrounding every residence. In  every direction one sees a marked  improvement, and it is questionable if there is another town in the  Valley that can boast of so many  attractive garden plots.  Div. I.���������������������������A: 1, Helen Dow; 2,  Frank Flewwelling; 3,, Tom Cameron. B: 1, Edith Adams; 2, Josephine Paradis; 3, Dugald Cameron.  Div. II.���������������������������A: 1, Ruth Carlson; 2,  Ernest Landon; 3, Lome Landon;  4, Esther Carlson. B: 1, Joe Bell;  2, Arvid Antiila; 3, Archie Thompson; 4, Jennie Sherlow.  Div: III.���������������������������A: 1, Alice Sowden;  2, Edward Hawkins; ,3 Violet  Grant. B: 1, Ella McKay; 2, Henry  Vogel; 3, Donald Strickland.  ---     IV.���������������������������A: 1, Cecil Walker; 2,  Preston;   3,  Alice   Landon.  Annie  Moeller;   2,   Dorothy  Keith; 3, Ernest Schultz.  Div. V.���������������������������A: 1, Clarence Burnham; 2, Bessie Bell and Marion  Fravel; 3, Elmer Hassard and Robert Carson.. __B:. A, -Willie Sowden,  Howard Carleton and Grace Hedley; 2, Kathleen Robertson; 3, Polly  Eadie. C: 1, Edna Bovett; 2,  Ethel Hassard; 3, Wilfred Oppcrt-  shauser. D: 1, Jimmie Eadie; 2,  Willard Robertson; 3, Bertha Graham.  At the time of the German onslaught upon the Canadian troops  at Ypres, and their subsequent advance, some of the over-zealous  German residents under surveillance in Vancouver, held ,a noisy  celebration in honor of the German  victory. They were Eighteenth  Avenue residents���������������������������men of title and  means. The residents of the locality did not appreciate such a flagrant display of pro-Germanism,  and, on complaints being laid, the  police arrested the offenders, and  four of the wealthy aggregation  have been interned at Vernon.  They were brought in from the  coast metropolis this week, accompanied by Mr. H. H. Stevens, M. P.,  who came to arrange for the female members of the household on  Marine . Drive, where Dr. Grunert'  and Baron Von Luthwuitz, two of  the prisoners, to follow later. The  other two of the quartette are Paul  Kopp and F. Stritzel. It is understood these 0 prisoners will be  housed in quarters apart from the  others interned at Vernon, though  under the same strict military surveillance.  NO END THIS YEAR  London,May 3.���������������������������Thc Daily News  says Mr. Lloyd George's 'budget  statement will be introduced in the  House of Commons Tuesday. It  will be a provisional budget, based  on the assumption that the war  will last throughout 'the financial  year 1915-10. The assumption that  the war will be a long one has been  for. some time made by the coolest  observers. The British financial  year ends on March 31, and the  financial budget estimates will apparently be based on the assumption that the war will last at least  until March 31, 1916.  BELVEDERE STREET CROSSING  Mr.  Kerr, "* engineer of the Railway- Commission, and -Mr. -Mc-  Quarric, consulting engineer of thc"  C. P. R., were visitors of Enderby  the past week, for .''the-purpose, of  going, ovcr-withithevCity-.the'qucs-;  tion of a crossing to "connect Belvedere - street with thc Salmon Ann  road at its present terminus at the  city limits. These gentlemen were  taken over the rOads leading into  Enderby from the north, and the  need of the crossing pointed out.  While no definite decision was arrived at, there is good reason to  believe that the city's appeal will  receive favorable action.  prc-  thc  .  In  war  Mr. David Lloyd George  sented his budget speech to  House of Commons on Monday  it he estimated that if the  lasts during the whole of the fiscal  vear, Great Britain's expenditure  in that time will be $6,832,170,000.  He estimated that the total revenue  for the year would be $1,350,910,-  000, and, at the present rate, if the  war   continues   a   vear,   thc  deficit will be $4,311,660,000.  "That is the sum the country  have, to   raise  in  addition  to  government's   revenue   clur  course of the present year,"  ing  he  net  will  thc  the  said  ���������������������������:*}  Mr.  "OLD  FAITHFUL"  C.  F. Nelson, of New Denver, spent a;few":days'in Enderby  this .week," shaking hands with :his  many friendsyin'the neighborhood'.  Mr. Nelson came over, on a* sad1  mission,-but- one of service���������������������������the.  kind he generally is out upon. He  accompanied Robert Johnstone to  his home. Mr. Johnstone has been  under Dr. Brousc's care at' New  Denver, for some weeks, but comes  LUMBER  BUSINESS  IMPROVING  Div.  Willie  B:   1/  Reports from the leading lumber dealers in the eastern states  and Northwest, indicate' a general  revival in trade. The Okanagan  Saw Mills reports the movement of  lumber improving and a general  stiffening of prices. Enquiries indicate that there will be a big advance in business early in July and  that the summer will see more  lumber sold than for the past, two  or three seasons.  Flour Prices  Come in and get our prices on  thc following brands of flour:  Robin Hood, Radium, Royal Household, Glcnora,. Centennial, Strong  Baker's and a good assortment of  cereals. Teece & Sox.  home - showing   no    improvement,-  and without heart.  Mr. Nelson is one of the best-  known and best-liked residents of  the silvery Slocan. Hc is also the  Liberal nominee in - opposition to  Mr. Wm.-Hunter as a candidate for  the Provincial House. The people  of the Slocan dontcareadam about  Charlie's politics, but they do love,  the man.   PICKING THE CHINESE GOOSE  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  The British War Office remains ,  silent as to progress in the. vicinity  of "Ypres, but reports  progress of '  British troops inlo the interior of  the Gallipoli Peninsula, in the Dardanelles.  German War Office reports great,  victories on both the Eastern and'  Western fronts."  Ih the Carpathian *  passes   the. Germans   are   credited  with a victory "of even greater importance   than   thai. registered   by  General von Hindenbcrg at Mazur-  ian   Lakes."     In   the   West   it   is  claimed   they  have   captured   five  important towns along the Belgian ,  front.    They are Zevecote, Zonne-_  bekc,   Westhoke,  Polygonoud   and  Nonnebosscheh.   , -"  . The French War Office claims  that a German attack on the British  front to the north of Ypres was  repulsed. -   ...   '  The Austrian War Office claims'  that   30,000   Russians,   22. cannon  and 64 guns were captured in the  battle of West Galicia, and that the  Teuton forces captured thc strong- -~  ly  fortified .front of thc Russians  between the Vistula and-the main"?  ridge of the "Carpathians.     .     -_--"���������������������������_  - Petrograd. expresses , little tcon:' -:  corn, over*-the" situation;  although.; -.  admitting; that' the  Austro-Germah-il-  forces -arc 'making .strong -attack's-..*  along HheJTron't* on: ,which"4hey:"-are^2  claiming: the great victories., ,V\ 7-777  "** The Turkish '.War;,Office.,report's;"  that the British battleship Agamem-*/  noiK was'T_ti:u'ck*rby."four ;shells*ittur-,"'"z  ing the .Bombardment r6f thc.Daiv.  danclles on Monday .and was com-^  polled to retire.     - '  .  ( ' ; V^-'-'-.  SIX- THOUSAND  CAN~ADIANS  Y     -������������������������������������������������������" .et\$,|  .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������/;������������������_������������������������������������������������������-_ I  ���������������������������   -i* -liV -(e|  r    .        *       F<...'*h~W  ���������������������������Jn ^J-pi-^r_'C\\  ���������������������������tTsS^h'-S";}  '������������������������������������������������������ r *-������������������������������������-t������������������-^: r*l  ' 7J^%$\  **" t   S;r*X  Tokyo, May 4.���������������������������Minister of Justice Ozaki is quoted by the newspapers as having announced that  thc cabinet had decided to send an  ultimatum to China urging her to  reconsider thc decision to make no  further��������������������������� conccssions^to^=Japanr-^=-I.  is explained in official circles that  Japan has no desire to resort to  force, but that China "must be  made to realize this country is determined upon the acceptance of  its program for solidifying the  peace of the  Orient."  Ottawa,    May   3.���������������������������General    Sam  Hughes handed  out the following  statement today regarding thc.Canadian lossesin the battle of Langc-  marck, - near    Yprcs:   * "From    a  cablegram  received,  the following.  jis   an rextract:  -All   ranks   below  commissioned  oflicers, 'April 20 to  30,   killed    705,   wounded   2,162;  missing, 2,536.   This makes a total  of 5,403,  exclusive  of the officers  already   reported.     In - short,   our  casualties   from   the   22nd   to   the  30th amount well .'up to 6,000."     .  .������������������������������������������������������:.<���������������������������* I  Eastern Scenes of War  In a villiage near Mlawa the German advance infantry arrived  departing Cossacks.  in   time   to   catch   sight   of   some  CITY OF ENDERBY  Shops Regulation Acl      '  ''  NOTICE' is hereby given that  pursuant to the provisions of the  Shops Regulation Act, as enacted  in By-law No. 81 of the City of En-  -clerbyron=and-=al'tei*-=lhc_l"3Ui=day:*of=  May, 1915, all shops in which  goods are exposed or offered for  sale by retail (not being workshops  or factories, tobacconists' or news  agents' shops, hotels, victualling or  refreshment houses, nor premises  wherein, under license, liquor as  defined by section 2 of the Municipal Act is sold by retail for consumption on the premises, nor  auction rooms nor second-hand  dealers'" shops) ' will be required,  under a penalty not exceeding  Twenty-five Dollars, to be closed,  and kepi closed, from 12.30 p.m.  until midnight on each and every  Thursday between May and October, bolh inclusive, in each and  every year: provided always, how-  everj lhat tin's requirement shall  nol have any force or effect in any  week in which there shall occur  any public holiday or half-holiday  other lhan the half-holiday provided for in the said By-law.  "Closed" shall mean, ,not open  for lhc serving of any customer.  No person shall be liable to any  fine, penally or punishment under  the said By-law for'supplying any  medicine, drug or medical appliance or any article required by  reason of emergency arising from  sickness, ailment or death; and the  continuance in., a shop, after the  hour appointed for the closing of  same, of any customer who was in  such shop immediately before the  said hour, or thc serving of such  customer, shall not be deemed unlawful; but nothing in these exceptions shall be construed to authorize any person to keep open  shop after Ihe hour appointed in  the said By-law for the closing of  shops.  Bv order of the Council,  GRAHAM ROSOMAN.Cily Clerk.  City Hall, May Gth, 1915. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 6, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,  B. C.  Walker  Press.  at  S2   per  year,   by   the  Advertising1 Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  MAY 6, 1915  INCREASE YOUR HOGS  After monlhs of low prices, hogs arc going up  in price. They are already higher in coast sections than Ihey were a monlh ago, and in.60 lo  90 days from now Ihcy should hc J'rom a cenl  and a hall' to two cents higher. Art authority on  the question states that meat packers now arc  convinced that it is only a question of a short  time until they will be compelled lo pay thc  higher prices" demanded by hog raisers. They  say it is an absolute certainty thai there is going  to be a shortage of hogs. Grain has been so high  that farmers rather than I'ccd it lo their hogs  have held on lo il and got rid of their hogs. A  .shortage in hogs is thc result. There has hcen  a pretty general clean-up of thc surplus pork  brought anoul by the fanners in selling their  stock, and now the prices arc gelling back to  normal, and the market is very much on the rise.  The Okanagan fanner who keeps his slock and  increases his hog supply is going to make a lot  of money this summer and next fall.  rations. The idea may be scoffed at by the  thoughtless, and it may be pointed to as an indication of Germany's weakening, but it is something lo be dreaded rather than scoffed-at, and,  instead of pointing to our enemy's weakness, it  indicates his strength. The idea is three-fold,  to guard against any possible emergencies, to  mislead the foe into over-confidence, and by  thoroughness lo bring such pressure to bear as  will hasten the final decision. Britain is pursuing a like course. True, she has not yetfound  it necessary to place her population individually  on short rations, but she has found it desirable lo  lake over munition factories in order lo ensure  supplies lhal'mean either life or death to the nation- Meanwhile Germany is endeavoring to  starve her people and cripple her resources by  her submarine "blockade," which, though ^accepted wilh a certain-scolling contempt at first,  has proved more lhan embarrassing, and already  has seriously effected lhe Empire's shipping.  Recent developments in Belgium, where the German army has pressed nearer the Channel coast,  indicates lhat the long-talked of offensive by the  Allies is slill a Ihing of thc distant future, and  that thc enemy's offensive must still be reckoned  with.  With such a slate of affairs existent it is hardly  necessary lo explain lo slay-al-home Canadians  how best Ihcy can fulfill Iheir manifest duty and  show thc burden-bearers how completely they  possess their sympathy. Thc bugle blast has ils  rallying power in peace as in war. To all people,  and" to farmers, breeders and settlers m particular, the "Patriotism and Production" movement  that is in progress is blowing its bugles or, in  other words, carrying its message. Its object i.s  lo arouse all and sundry to the part they are  called on to play. That pari docs not of necessity  mean, harder work nor increased acreage, but il  docs imply, in order to secure increased and improved production, by which alone cultivators of  the soil can contribute towards flic credit of the  country and empire, the greatest, care in the  selection of seed, in lhc breeding of live-stocl;  and in economy of lhc land.  Thc farmers of the Northern Okanagan have  and arc contributing loyally to the success of lhe  movement. There has been a greater acreage  cleared and put inlo crop this season lhan al any  time since the dislrict was cultivated, and lhere  is more practical effort being put forth by the  men on lhe land lhan ever before. All of which  is sure lo mean progress and'more individual  prosperity. And, when thc war is over, the  spirit of frugality will remain with life people,  and lhe impetus givciv by war-conditions to all  branches of agriculture will have placed thc industry where it rightly belongs--lhe back-bone  of lh������������������i Dominion.  We can supply you with the following  brands of Flour:  Royal Household  Centennial  Strong Baker  A good supply of Cerialt  Glenora  Varsity  Hungarian  Feed of Various Kinds  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  TEECE & SON,  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  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  WHERE LOGIC FAILS  Willi  foreign  EARLY AND LATE PLANTING  Thc spring season is at least three weeks  earlier lhan usual in this pari of the Okanagan.  Gardens have been planted two and three weeks,  and in some instances the early plants arc well  formed.    But they are not safe from I'rosl, and  -^-idU-h^w-ork-of.ahosG^'h  lirst warm days may yet be lost. There is plenty  of lime yet for planting. It mighl be well for  those who have not had much experience with  vegetables to remember that the seed of onions,  peas, radish, lettuce, parsnips,.carrots and beets  should be sown as soon as the ground can be  worked. Corn, beans, pumpkins, 'squash and  melons will not stand anv frost, hence the  ���������������������������pJnjiMng of them -jdiould be delayed until lhere  is noVdanger from~l,F6������������������tV~Xal)13irge^aiT(PcaT!''li-  flowers will stand considerable frost if the plants  are well hardened before being set out in lhe  field, but tomatoes should not be set out until the  spring frosts are over. The same may be said of  lhe planting of potatoes, though early plantings  are often risked wilh early varieties on account  of lhe higher prices received for the first new  potatoes on the market.  GOOD COMING OUT OF WAR CONDITIONS  Readers of lhe newspapers and followers of  the course of lhe war must long ago have become  convinced lhal lhe situation grows more and  more intense and critical day by day. Great Britain is faced not alone by .outside enemies, bul  by labor troubles and by lack of those immense  internal resources in the matter of food production that Germany and Austria-Hungary possess.  She cannot I'chhI herself, and is compelled lo rely  largely on other countries for a supply of lhe  necessaries of life. In such case the duly of her  children i.s distinctly plain. II is noteworthy of  her-enemies lhal Ihcy are nol only thoroughly  united, but they are enduring with what fortitude  they possess the rigid military enforcements thai  are placed upon them for the conservation bolh  of food and material. Every man, woman and  child, from  lhe Kaiser down, has been  put on  a good showing of spunk thc Chinese  minister has refused lo discuss with  Japan three articles in group five of thc Japanese  demands. These articles deal wilh what China  would term ils own business. The Japanese wilh  patrician gentleness have asked the Chinese to  examine the case fully. No one can help Ihem  but themselves, and they themselves least of all.  Thc United States and Britain have been appealed to, and Ihcy will sympathize with them,  bul the goose is between the knees of the pluckcr.  "Indeed," says lhe Chicago Tribune, "however  much we may strive to recognize thc gentleness  and equity of the Japanese procedure, wc ought  lo sympathize with China. It is inoffensive. It  covets no lands, except occasionally Tibet, and it  plans no conquests.   With ils great problem of  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NOW  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������d.r_y  t ��������������������������� ' *> -  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, p^  MURPHY  ietor  Enderby  ing the" sword to other lands. It has made the  soldier a low caslc citizen and held his trade in  contempl. It has not scared or driven other  nations into lhe armament craze. No great Heels  under lhc Chinese Mag provoke naval rivalry.  No armament and munition factories need expand lo meet Chinese demands, lis armies barely can police lhe empire.  "It is gentle, honest, scrupulous, and peaceful.  "IfluTlion_~c1o^-llrei'r"d(Jo"r_~o'irils-cilizens*it-(locs*  not protest wralhfully. If they are murdered  abroad il docs nol bluster. .11 accepts no quarrel  lhat if can avoid and provokes none- It is lhe  strongest nation, if population means strength,  and U has set the good example of pacifism. II  gives no offense heedlessly and lakes none  hastily,   ft is rich and philosophical.  "Surely here is a stale which has left nothing  undone lhal our own pacifisls would have done.  If the force of a great example will shine  throughout the world and bring erring nations  to know the belter way that example has been  given. For some reason not explained it has not  even crossed the China sea.  "Japan has not been influenced by it. Japan  has the Chinese goose between the knees and  when thc bird squirms, remonstrates with it:  You are helpless. No one will come to your aid.  You cannol help yourself. Let the plucking be  dignified, pleasant and painless. We must do it  or someone else will, and we shall lose and you  gain nothing.  "There is failure in logic somewhere here.  China is everything that a radical pacifist would  have a nation be, and ils condition is everything  lhal a citizen would not have it be."  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 $1.00 a Hundred  ALFALFA PRODUCTS, LIMITED  Weeds are the lazy man's companion. Nobody  should be "too busy" lo get rid of weeds.  *  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ������������������-H-!-^K-^H-W-M-!^^  The force tha I", makes the acropla ne���������������������������a hea vicr-  than-air machine;���������������������������overcome lhc law of gravity  is the propulsive power of the motor. Stop the  engine and gravity exhibits its law���������������������������the machine  comes down..  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ?  T  :  ���������������������������W-i������������������  In much lhc same way the propulsive power of  advertising makes a business triumph over drag-  ging-down   tendencies,   personal   inertia,   quiet  times and general business depression.  Advertising is lhe propeller.  The merchant is the pilot.  His'business is the machine.  His community is his sustaining medium.  If you want business to soar, start the motor of ������������������  Advertising.  TO THE PEOPLE IN AND ABOUT ENDERBY i  The pilots of every dominant and progressive j-  business in Canada are using the propelling force ������������������  of advertising in some form or other.   The most X  powerful   form   of   advertising   is   newspaper ������������������  publicity. X  ADVERTISEMENTS SAVE YOUR TIME AND I  MONEY.    THEY ALSO ASSIST IN HELPING ?  YOUR COMMUNITY TO RETAIN A GOOD X  BUSINESS   FACE.     SHOW   YOUR   PRIDE *  AND CONFIDENCE IN THE  COMMUNITY ���������������������������$  BY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING. J -}</  Thursday, May 6, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  WHENBUYINGYEAST  INSIST ON HAVING  THIS PACKAGE  _^THEWHITEST.LjW!_j  ^OYA/  TWO   BATTALIONS  MISSING  J������������������lEJTCO#ANYltt   .  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  OREGON CANAL  OPENED  Thc Dallcs-Celilo canal was declared opened to navigation on  April 29th. This canal, which has  taken ten years to construct, at an  expenditure of $4,850,000, by the  federal government, opens the Columbia river to steamer traffic  from the Pacific ocean to Priest  Rapids, Wash., a distance of 450  miles, and to Lcwiston, Idaho, on  thc Snake river, a tributary of thc  Columbia, a distance of 475 miles.  An Ottawa despatch says: "Have  the 13th and 14th Battalions been  annihilated is the question which  the military authorities arc anxiously asking today. Thc thrilling  slory of Sir Max Aitken, the Canadian eye-witness, tells how these  two gallant regiments were left in  St. Julicn lo cover thc retreat of  the 3rd Brigade. He tells how the  German line rolled over the villiage  and the last heard was thc persistent rifle fire of the survivors.  What became of the regiments is  not disclosed by the eye-witness'  story,, and it is feared that thc  complete battalions have been  cither wiped out or captured. Col.  Meighen is the commander of the  14th Regiment, and Col. Loomis is  commander of the 13th Regiment.  Neither of these commanders have  been heard from at Ottawa.  OF CANADA  Money Orders  issued by the  Union Bank of Canada  can'be conveniently secured,,  safely forwarded, readily cashed,  and aresinexpensive. Issued for  any sum up to $50.00, at a cost of  from 3c to 15c. Payable, at any ���������������������������  branch of any Chartered Bank in  Canada, Yukon excepted, and  in the principal cities Wof the  United States.  Enderby Branch,      J. W. GILLMAN, Manager  SECRET SOCIETIES  T*  R, E. WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodffe No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after thc  full moon at 8 p. m. fri Oddfellows Hall. Yisatihk  brethren cordially invited  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  The part of the story of the Canadian eye-witness relating to thc  fate of thc 13th and 14th.Battalions  reads: "Slowly, stubbornly and  contesting every yard, the defenders gave ground until the salient  gradually receded from the apex  near the point where it had originally aligned with the French, and  fell back upon St. Julien. Soon it  became evident that even St.Julien,  exposed from right and left, was  noo longer tenable in the face of  overwhelming numerical superiority. The 3rd Brigade was then ordered to retreat further south, selling each yard of ground as dearly  as it had done since 5 o'clock on  Thursday. But it was found impossible, without hazarding far  larger forces, to disentangle the  detachment of the Royal Highlanders of Montreal, 13th Battalion,  and the Royal Montreal Regiment,  14th Battalion. The Brigade was  ordered, and not a moment too  soon, to move back. The German  line rolled, indeed, over thc deserted villiage, but for several  Hours after the enemy'" had become  masters, of the villiage the sullen  and persistent rille fire which .survived" showed thafthey"were"not  yet masters of the Canadian rear  guard. If the men of these, units  died, they died worthily of  Canada."  C. P. R. FARMS IN NORTHWEST  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.F.  Hall suitablefarConcerts, Dances and all public  ���������������������������ntertainmonts.    For rates, etc.. address,  R. N. BAILEY. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  DR. C. J. McCULLOUGH,  DENTIST  Hours, 9 to 12 and 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, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv-  \ ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  _     Land-seekers and Tourist* in-  \ vited to give us a ferial.  BOMBARDING  DUNKIRK  London, May 3.���������������������������The British  public has been greatly impressed  by the German bombardment of  Dunkirk, which, it is believed in  military circles here, must have  been from a distance of from .18  to 20 miles.  The Times says the incident is  of small, importance from a military standpoint, but it brings the  war closer to England's shores  than at any earlier period of thc  struggle. "We have," the Times  says, "in the events of the past ten  "days^thc-'clearest^possible^p roof-  that, far from being on the run,  the Germans can at any moment resume the offensive in the West  with great power and obstinate  courage, with an ample supply of  men and guns, and in a spirit that  will stop at nothing. The bombardment of Dunkirk is only one  more sign of their settled purpose  to reach thc coast towns near England, and it ought to bring us with  a bound out of that world of illusion in which the nation has been  encouraged lo gaze al lhc fads  through thc mist of facile  optimism."  The Canadian Pacific Railway  ha"s done a wonderful work for the  Northwest and the Dominion in  carrying forward its ready-made  farm idea, and placing thereby  hundreds of settlers' families on  lands where comfortable homes  arc provided from lhe outset, and  all this on such reasonable terms  thai anyone can easily meet them.  The Department of Natural Resources of lhc C. P. R., at Calgary,  has just issued a new booklet describing the resources and advantages of Alberta, Saskatchewan and  Manitoba, and setting forth the  terms on which the Company's  lands are offered to actual home-  makers in 'these Provinces. Thc  folder contains a vast amount of  averages of all leading grain crops  in thc three . Provinces for a  period of years, the average prices  for the list five years, the elevator,  flour mill and oatmeal mill capacity, statements of temperatures  and precipitation, live stock tables  and general information covering  such points as customs, quarantine,  and ' transportation regulations,  public worship, school systems,  agricultural education, railway facilities, public roads, system of  taxation, voting regulations, rural  telephones, water supply, system  of land survey, cost of implements,  building material, harness, furniture, dry goods and clothing, meat  and' groceries,- and the capital  necessary for a settler to make a  proper start. The booklet is illustrated with 40 photographs of actual farm scenes in Western Canada, and included in it are maps  in two colors of Alberta and Saskatchewan. . All persons interested  in opportunities afforded to home-  makers in Western Canada should  make a study of this folder, which  may be had free of charge by addressing the Publicity Branch, Department of Natural Resources,  Calgary, Alberta. '  North End of Old Poison Mercantile Warehouse  Try Our Prices for Your Own Satisfaction on any of the  Following Goods:  The Famou. "PURITY"  FLOUR  "Gold Seal" FLOUR  "Snowdrift" FLOUR  Shorts, Wheat, Bran, Feed Flour, Middlings, Barley, Barley Chop,  Crushed Oats, Corn  (whole, cracked & meal), Oyster Shell, Chick  Food, Chick Bone, Potatoes, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal, Graham Flour.  Also GRASS SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.  Enderby Growers' Association  EDITORIAL MODESTY  GOOD REASON TO BE PROUD  Sir John French, commander-in-  chief of the British forces, replying through the War Office to Sir  Robert Borden's message of congratulations to. thc commander and  the Canadian ttroops, cables, as follows: "I thank you heartily for  your telegrams, which I have communicated to the Canadian troops.  No words of mine can express the  admiration I feel for their gallant  conduct. Canada has indeed reason to be proud of her sons, and  their devoted bravery has done  more than anything else could  have done to weld together thc  British Empire."  Col. Lowery says the little fellows who are content with nickles  are the kind of business men who  seldom advertise.  Editors are the most modest in-,  dividuals on earth.   Their extreme  modesty enables them to admit it  ���������������������������whether anyone else does or not.  Few editors are born���������������������������modest.    It  is acquired.    It  is acquired  after  the fact has been repeatedly hammered in'by everybody and sundry  that thc local  paper is somewhat  of a general nuisance;a treader on  pet theories, sore toes and elongated noses and hobby horses,���������������������������and  that���������������������������but   what, were   we   talking  about?     Editorial   modesty   is   so  prevalent  in  newspaper offices  as  to be mistaken for a virtue.    Few  editors die of it, however.    They  haven't time.   It is because of this  editorial modesty that we reprint  these words of Ex-Governor Francis, of Missouri,  who knew what  hc was talking about when hc said:   "Each-year, the JocaLpapcr_ gives.  It may not be brilliantly edited or  crowded,'with thought, but' financially it is of more benefit to the  community than the preacher or  teacher. Understand me, I do not  mean mentally; and yet on moral  questions you will find most papers  on the right side. Today the  editors of the local papers do the  most for,the least money of any  people on earth."  Continuous Telegraph Service,  ANOTHER VIEW OF IT  from $500 to .$1,000 in free lines  to thc community in which it is  located. No other agency can or  will do this. The editor in proportion to his means, does more for  his town than any other ten men,  and in all fairness hc ought lo be  supported; not because you like  him or admire his writings, but  because the local paper is the best  investment a community can make.  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 fir8t-hand for spot cash, s  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.   i  BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME  At the least cost and risk by planting your gardens ancl orchards*with  our Roses,-Ornamental and Fruit  Trees, grown only in B. C, at our  well-known RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, at Grand Forks. No order too  large or too small.  For prices and particulars apply  H. E. C. Harris,      Enderby  Editor Enderby Press:.  Dear Sir': In reference to your  explanation of the situation referred to by Mr.. John Kidston in  his letter of April 13th, would you  allow me to state the following  facts. ,  The Enderby and District Conservative Association on the basis  of one delegate to 20 votes polled,  at each polling division, are entitled to elect as follows: Enderby,  10; Mara, 3; Grindrod, 1; Mabel  Lake, 1; and by. trieir right as being  the representative association since  the formation of the- association  about 20 years ago, covering Enderby and district, elected their  full complement of delegates.  . At .a later date;a "newly formed  under- theLVnahie < of  ���������������������������AssdciaV  tion,"-also"*elected ten delegates for  the Enderby polling station..,  ��������������������������� Upon . this becoming .known,  Messrs. Cochrane and Shatford  came up and as a result of their  ��������������������������� efforts the representative association withdrew five ��������������������������� delegates-and  allowed the city " association ' to  nominate five for the purpose of  meeting  the  convention.  Yours truly,    II. G. Davies, Sec.  The farmer who expects a crop  without planting seed, is a brother  to "the dead one who tried to run a  store without advertising.  A night operator has been put on'  at the Dominion Government's tele-,  graph    and    telephone    office '. in  Vernon, and a continuous day and  night, service,   including. Sundays,  will  be  given   on -the; Okanagan-.  Kamloops  line,   commencing  this  week.  ',. "    V *;       ������������������������������������������������������'  0. IL Barber  Baths iri connection  rl.HENDRICKSON, Proprietor.  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby -'.'  association,  "Enderby -'-' Conservative  fl Choose your Cloth pattern and  Suit Style.  fl We can make you a Suit to your  exact physique in five days���������������������������an  express train schedule at the shops.  fl Special Order Tailoring we call  it���������������������������Bespoke Tailoring, they term it  in England.  300 imported British fabrics to  choose from: Worsteds, Sergea,  Tweeds, Cheviote, Vicunaa, Homespuns. 20 new designs in men's  styles.  $18 up to $35, (40. Exclusive in>  portatioos in the higher-priced garment-.  Enderby Supply Co.  ENDERBY  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  /-'  <#- Coal mining rights.of the Domin-<~  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the,;  Northwest Territories and a portion 7.  ofthc Province of British Columbia",. \  may" be leased for a term of.twenty-"v  bne.-years at-,ah;jahnual^rental-/ofi$lT  an acre.   Not,more.than 25G0:acresi.  willy.be leased-to brie applicant.;-J";=  ..*��������������������������� Application, for a lease' must-, bcl-  hiade. by the, applicant in persoriitoV  the Agent of sub-Agent of the dis-S  trict in'which rights applied for are^  situated.-    :-*     >   .   <-_,-- -���������������������������-, -vr,v  In 'surveyed   territory the land:  must be described by sections,*'or.  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in   unsurveyed  territory  the  tract  applied for shall be staked out'by  the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will bo-  refunded if thc rights applied for  are not available, but not 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 the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining, rights are not*"  operated, such returns should be  fuijnishcd at least once a year.  The lease will include thc coal  mining rights only, but the lessee'  may be permitted to purchase what-  evcfavailable surface right s~as may  be considered necessary for > the  working of the mine, at thc rate of  $10 an acre.     ���������������������������  -  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorizcd publication. f_  this advertisement will not be paid  for.  NOTICE    .  In the Matter of the Land Registrg  Act: and in the Matter of Lot 7,  Block 12, Map 211 A, Cily of Enderby.  Take notice thai I shall, al Ihe  expiration of one month from thc  date of the first publication of this  nolicc issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the above Lot in  thc name of Okanagan Saw Mills  Limited, unless valid objection in  writing be made to me in the meantime.  The holders of the following documents in respect of the said Lot  are required to deliver the same to  me forthwith: namely���������������������������  Conveyance, dated July 29, 1891,  T.McKay Larnbly and Robert Lamb-  ly fo John Edward Crane.  Conveyance, dated May 11th,  1892, John Edward Crane to Henry  John Scott.  Conveyance, dated June 20lh,  1904, Henry John Scott to William  Tomkinson.  Conveyance, dated January 12th,  1912, John Henry Carcfoot to Walter Robinson.  Dated at Kamloops, B.C., this 1st  day of April, A.D.. 1915.  C. H. DUNBAR,  Dislrict Registrar.  'Is.'.   .yi.  '\YK ''.. I.���������������������������v'.������������������a*_I  W>7S~i ������������������C-JS?<7&\  , r_'', ^sC'iivl  'i-" -^'"t"&-'s:\  =**,.-'.,��������������������������� iE'V-B^il  ."���������������������������;. .''vw-r  :*t'"-;r*a*T THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 6, 1915  SCHOOL   CHILDREN'S' GARDENS  AN ODE TO .THE FLY  Mr. A. McPherson, for the En- The poor fly. Hc does not seem  clerbv Horlicultural Socicly, gavel to have a friend on carlh, ior  out to the school children lust Fri-j everybody wants lo swat him, or  dav afternoon Ihe packages of i set sticky -traps for his little feel.  Aslcr seeds which are lobe planted i The fly is lhe greatest scavenger  bv the children in garden plots alVnd should be treated with love  their homes, and the plots of the l0and kindness. Perhaps he will  children who enter in the garden j Ihen keep his nose out ol the bul-  compctition will be judged by Iheler. We should train and educate  society's judges. Money prizes are the lly to be polite tmd discreet,  to be'givenbv the society for Ihe i We should clothe his lillle naked  best-kepi and* best planned plol;Veet in nnliseplic slippers, and round, in addition to these plot prizes <!*��������������������������� ii'c- him In lake oul a license lor  olher competitions are lo be pro-; peddling poisons. Wc should Iced  vided for the children in nil him on sugar, butter and bald-  flowers, best formed bouquellcs.  and best plants, from these seeds. | _<������������������   oul   inlo   lhe  Some 70 odd children took a y^'ls and rustic  package of seed.' Each child had garbage cans. We should also place  a package of seed from lhe same | temptation beyond his reach by  imported seed stock, ordered es-, destroying all filth. By doing lhis  peciallv for lhc children. Each:'I is probable Hint in lhc course ol  package contained 200 seeds, so ill" few generations, wc can make  may  be judged   that  the Enderby  Balance of Trade This Way  'heads, so that hc will nol. have to  lonesome  back-  bis    living   in  children will have some important  business al home when lhc plants  begin to form.  NOT EVEN DECENT  Enderby theatre goers have jusl  cause   for   complaint   against   lhc  aggregation  headed  by V. T.  Henderson,  "popular Vancouver  comedian," who appeared in the Opera  House last Saturday evening in lhc  farce   "The   Wrong   Mr.   Wright."  They came highly spoken of, and  were represented "as giving a clean  comedy, filled with the light, airy  stuff which cheers and  makes an  audience   forget  its  troubles.    Wc  do not quite know where lhe aggregation      of     "humorists"      unearthed "The Wrong Mr. Wright."  II   smelt  of  Ihe  morgue,  and   was  raw  enough for any beer hall after  the   midnight   hour.     It  was  not  humorous, it was not clever, il was  not even decent; and some of thc  songs sounded  like a dried gourd  rattling around in an empty wine  cask.     The   company   carried   an  abundance of everything necessary  for   a   stage  appearance  except  a  thimbleful of merit.  the fly like unlo a little bird that  will siiig sweet lullabys to us and  be welcome in every home. God  made lhe lly and there are none of  them in hell, so far as wc could  learn in our travels. Be-kind to  the little fellows, and they may yet  reform.���������������������������Greenwood   Ledge.  A significant brief dispatch appeared in the daily papers on Monday stating lhat the Bank of France  has released $1,000,000 in gold to  be sent to London and thence to  New York to assist in the balancing  of trade. ?>  Figures have jusl been submitted lo President Wilson by Secretary of Commerce Hedlield showing Ihe excess of cxporls over imports for the fiscal year drawing  lo a close. The balance now showing in favor of Ihe Uniled States is  more lhan $000,000,000.  This Vstupciulous credit movement in thc last eight months is  unparalleled in lhe history of the  world. It is estimated lhal thc balance of trade in favor of America  will amount to $1,000,000,000 by  lhc end of lhc fiscal year, June 30,  and probably $1,500,000,000 by  Dec. 31st... The credit margin is increasing at thc rate of $25,000,000  a week.  Dominion Trust Liquidation  ENDERBY FALL FAIR  WILL .ASK THEM TO QUIT  The International Congress of  Women which met al The Hague  lhe pasl week, adopted resolutions  protesting against the madness and  horror of war; opposing the assumption that women can be pro-  teclcd under conditions of modern  Mosl of thc dales on which the  i fall fairs will be held during thc  present year in various parts of the  Province were announced the past  week by the Department of Agriculture. Thc list of exhibitions  has been subdivided into circuits  in order to facilitate the making of  the jduges' itinerary. Okanagan  Valley points are included in the  fourth circuit, and these are thc  dates: September 11, Enderby; 1-1,  Merrill; 16 and 17, Hclllcy Creek;  20 and 21, Prilchard; 22 and 24,  Kamloops; 24 and 25, Salmon Arm;  25 and 20, Penticton; 27 and 28,  Kelowna; 28 and 29, Armstrong;  Oct. 20, Oyama; 21 and 22, Vernon;  27 and 28, Summerland.  WHY  NOT FROM B.  C?  wart arc;  recognizing      women s  rights in conneclion wilh wars but  declaring lhat their influence  against war could be effective only  with equal political rights; pledging women lo do all in Iheir power  lo promote mutual understanding  and good will, arid urging the necessity of directing the education  of children toward the ideal of  constructive peace. The Congress adjourned on Friday, after  appointing delegates to intercede  with the heads of all thc powers  **-oH*hirope^mdHhe*-U-niled-Statcs=on-  behalf of early peace between thc  warring nations.  IV. C. T. U. in Convention  Wc direct attention .to the following facts: In Port Angeles harbor, ycslerd.ty, three large steamships and one large sailer were  loading timber for overseas markets. The sailer, which i.s the In-  vernsnaid, of Glasgow, was taking  on 1,300,000 feet for the Uniled  Kingdom. A few days ago lhc  Mayfair sailed from California  with a full load of shingles. Two  schooners were expected to load  for thc Hawaiian Islands, and one  is due to lake on a cargo for Peru.  Wc are not going lo make any comment, for wc do not wish to get  beyond our depth, but these things  set us thinking.���������������������������Victoria Colonist.  As an indication of what the  liquidation fees arc going to be in  connection with the "closing up"  of the business of lhe defunct Dominion Trust Company, these interesting facts are published: II  cost $2,800 per month for two  months for the staff employed  to assist the provisional liquidator, or $5,600. In addition to this  the provisional liquidator gets  82,000, and to this must be added  solicitors' costs of $0,0Q0���������������������������in all  something over $13,000���������������������������to "prepare thc ground for the entrance of  thc permanent liquidator."  War Stamps Good for Postage  When thc war stamps first were  issued, they werc.lo be used only  as war stamps. According to thc  latest instructions postmasters are  authorized to,accept them for postage or war lax payment.  Eighty-five per . cent of all  headaches are the result of eyestrain. Arc you troubled that way?  If so consult S. L. Taube, the well-:  known Optical Specialist. Hc will  be at Reeve's Drug Store on Thursday, May  13lh.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4:tf  MA KING GRA VE-STONES  The Okanagan District W. C. T.  I', will hold a convention in  Armstrong lhis week, concluding  lhis .(Thursday) ��������������������������� evening. Mrs. A.  TTvingshTiHN of~ Victor!a7"Hie"provincial organizer and missionary,  will be in allendancc and will  speak al a public nieeling this evening, her lopic being, "Where Are  We Al?"  Mr. J. S. Johnstone is attempting  a new feature in connection with  his cement works in Enderby. He  hiis-^pei-feclcd���������������������������on���������������������������a���������������������������Gommercial-  basis cement bricks and cement  building blocks, ancl hc is now experimenting with cement gravestone manufacture. IIi.s first stone  was laken from the moulds a few  days ago. 11 i.s not a perfect  specimen, bul indicates the possibility of.big things in lhis connection. The spejynjiei*i_shm(ls nearly'  six feel in height, and presents a  very  neal   appearance.  Am prepared lo lake sewing by  day, or general housework. Beatrice  Hnberson, Enderby,  Eyesight  II-  NOT, MAKE IT A POINT TO CONSULT  S. L. TAUBE  THE   WELL-KNOWN   OPTICAL   SPECIALIST  lie will be at Reeves' Drug Store on  Thursday, May 13th  MAKE   YOUR   APPOINTMENTS   EARLY.  Crockery  and  Glassware  ~AVHh"l]ic^n_Av^g6ods^tcr  arrive in a few days, our  stock in  lhis line will be  very complete.  In   many   of   these   lines  prices have advanced from  20 lo 30 per cent., but our  present   stock,   and   much  of lhal to arrive, will be at  old prices, and we w*illbc-  nblc lo -compete ��������������������������� wrih  the  best in lhe Province as to  prices.  Call and inspect; it will be  n pleasure lo show the new  goods as  Ihey arrive.  J. E. Crane, Prop.  Plants'   Plants!  Ready Early in May  All kinds of plants for thc  Flower Garden, raised from finest  seed procurable.  TOMATOES,  CAULIFLOWER,  CABBAGE,  ETC.  Order now���������������������������Prices Moderate  L. S. GRAY, Florist  Phone  22-1  P.O.Box  507  Brighten Up and  Paint Now  $2,500 Stock of S.-W. P. Being Sold  Out at LESS THAN COST  Price only $2.25 per Gallon  in all size tins  A Quantity of Old Country Paint  Being Sold at $2.00 per Gallon  Painters will work now for half their usual price.  With Paint ONE-THIRD LESS than regular  *  price, you cannot afford to let your property depreciate for the want of paint.  Alabastine, in all colors  Reg", price, 50c; sale, 35c  per Package  We are giving and will continue to give prices on all  lines of HARDWARE that cannot be equalled anywhere until our $12,000 stock is cut in two.  Call and be convinced  Meat Lunches, 25c  Ice Creams  Misses Jameson & Loggin  WANT ADS  Are .your present glasses giving  you satisfaction? If not, sec S. L.  Taube, the Optieal Specialist. He  will be at Reeves' drug store on  Thursday, May 13th.  FOR SALE���������������������������Two fresh cows; also  two grade Ayrshire cows due to  freshen in lhc fall, bred to pure  bred registered Ayrshire bull.  C. E. Davidson, Mara.  RIDERS WANTED as agents for  our high-grade bicycles. Write  for low prices to Thos. Plimley's  Cycle Works, Victoria, B.C.     4t  LAND   REGISTRY   ACT  Application 6245F and 624GF. .  re. Lot 9, Block 13, Map 211a, 1st  Addition to Enderby, less easterly  22 feet 7M> inches thereof and re.  easterly 22 feet 7% inches of said  Lot.  NOTICE is hereby given thai I  shall at the expiration of one month  from the date of lhc first publica-  tion hereof issue Cerlificatcs of Indefeasible Title lo Ihe above-mentioned lands in the names of Elizabeth Poison and Henry Hcndrick-  son respectively, unless in the  meantime valid objection i.s made  lo mc in writing, The holder of the  following documents relating to,  inter alia, the said lands, namely,  Conveyance daled 13th September, 1897, from Oliver Harvey lo  William Hancock of inter alia,  above lands, is required to deliver  same to mc forthwith.  Daled at lhe Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C., this 12lh. day of  April, 1915.  C. H.  DUNBAR,  District Registrar.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  SEVEN"-irOOM^^lioTisc,    complete"  with bath, etc.; 12 bearing fruit  trees; large grounds; for rent to  permanent   tenant    at    $15    per  month.    Come quick.   A. Fulton.  COWS FOR SALE--Two milch cows  rising 7 ycars; good milkers; well  broken and gcnlle; in calf to our  pure-bred Ayrshire bull, Bessie's  Model (2(3938) due to freshen on  __or_ab.o.uLMar.ch_20.th:and_2.9lh respective! v. Apply to R. J. Col-  tart, Enderby. m28-2t  NO.l DUCK EGGS FOR HATCHING  Pure-bred White Pckin; $1.00 per  setting of 11 eggs. Mrs. John  McKay, Waterside, Enderby.   a31  IS AT HAND  Book orders now to insure  prompt attention. Painting, Kalsomining, Paper-  hanging.     Workshop nMr city H������������������ll  C G. PIPER, City Decorator  Better order some now  THE WALKER PRESS  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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