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 Enderby, B.C., May 27, 1915  AND      WA LKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 13; Whole No. 367  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  G. L. Pearce came in, from Vernon on Monday. .  Born���������������������������To    Mr.    and    Mrs.    Leo  Varley, Vancouver, a daughter.   *  Mrs. A. Reeves will not receive  on Friday, nor again this season.  W. J. Woods is displaying a fi"**j  .- line of men's straw hats this week.  'Miss M. E. Ruttan visited .her  Enderby home from Vernon, the  week-end. ,    .  Mr. . Tocque, brother-in-law of  H. G. Gildemeester, came ih from  Vernon Tuesday. <���������������������������  ., Wee .Mary Murphy, after a week  or moi;e of serious illness, is reported to be improving.  * Miss George visited* friends in  Enderby this week, returning to  Revelstoke on .Wednesday.  Father Danhy will hold mass at  the 'home of Mrs. -W. R. Barrows'  Sunday, May 30th, at 9.00 a.m.  -   Methodist Church services: Sunday school at. 10.30;  evening ser-  , vice'at 7.30, subject,-;B. C. Prob-;  lemsi" --"ServiceVaKLidstone.V at 2.,  S. F.' Knighti Vvho has been ac-  ycountanf 'in the -, Bank of- Montreal  ~'for,v some months,' V returned ���������������������������to  ;-New ^Westminster"on^a ;visit'-this  ���������������������������/-week.^.y^.ji.-^- ryy -. - ������������������_jS. / ~j _.y _ . ������������������  *":Vfhose'not having-paid their.hos-  "pital ^contributions > for- the'.month*  , of,May arciirgecrto make, payment  to-" Arthur .Teece - on-���������������������������6r before the.  end QfWtliC'/month.-yv,-,.-y-^Y:-.--"YY  - MrVandMrs.vGeo.-W. Game,"'of >  FortvWilliam;; Ont;,; are .'spending.  , some "weeks in Enderby. ���������������������������Mr.'Game  ' is, connected with the. F-: A.- Guy  Grain Co.;- Ltd;, -of .Fort* -William,-  and-is /visiting the, Okanagany.for  the, Benefit of. his' wife's .health.,   -;'  A peitidn has been cifciil ���������������������������ted and  unanimously-signed, asking for the  gravelling' of _the wagon, road east  of thc railroad fronvthc city, limits  to the railway crossing on the Salmon .Arm road. - This_is a much-  needed "piece.of ,work. The road  in its present condition "becomes a  clay mire-with the first'rain-storm  and is the roughest and worst cut  up bit of roadway on the whole  drive to Salmon Arm:. All the expenditure of money on the road in  patching and filling is wasted and  will be until the gravelling is done.  The whole story, or. mess of  stories, is inexplicable. Enough  hatred and suspicion creeps" into  community life iri war time, unconsciously and unintentionally, without manufacturing ghost" stories,"  ancl anyone hearing such statements as have been made by idle  gossip the past week or more, can  show some-patriotism worth having if "he or she will seek to learn  the absolute facts before repeating  the story. We are a long way from  the mad house of Europe yet.  CITY COUNCIL MEETING  *s>  FIRST BASEBALL OF SEASON  WINDOW PEEPING PATRIOTISM  Wagging tongues and idle'hands  have been busy the past week or  ten days peddling silly stones  hither and thither relating to Enderby citizens who are of Austrian  or German birth or extraction. We  have heard of hostile meetings secretly held; letters to Germany being written, fist-shaking defiance  of the authorities by a good German lady, and we have traced all  these stories to thecoward's cover  and find them to be the most contemptible lies without a grain ol  reason or common decency in them  started by idle gossip, peddled by  idle gossip and worthy of no more  consideration but for the fact that  thev do several worthy citizens ol  Enderby.. a great injustice.  Some days ago the German Lu-  thcrn preacher came to, Enderby  from Vernon and that evening held  services" in thc home of Mr. and  Mrs. Gus Schultz, as has been his  custom. While the services were  in progress there were peeping  eyes into the windows, and the  -next dav the story started ' the  rounds of card table, tea cup and  curb stone that secret alien meetings were being held, though to  what purpose and where nobody  seemed to know. Then there were  fool stories told about Joe Doerflinger, and.he was summoned to  Vernon and .immediately sent home  again. Mr. and Mrs. Vogcl have  also been assailed, most unreasonably and most contemptibly. Both  Mr.' and Mrs. Vogel are Canadian  born, from old Ontario; their parents were German-Canadians, and  they never have been out of Canada. They, like Mr. and Mrs. Gus  Schultz, have been residents of Enderby several years, and are tp be  respected for the way they have  conducted themselves while here, i  May 24th was very quietly observed iri Enderby.    Showers pre-,  vailed-throughout ,the day.    In the,  afternoon   a    baseball    game  was  played at "the-recreation park between the Enderby and Armstrong  seniors.    The ground was Too wet  for anything   more   than   a. loose,  game, but the  rooting was lively  and  interest keen, and  everybody  enjoyed the event.   For the first of  the season, it was a good game, and  both teams showed up well.   With  a little practice the Enderby team  ought, to develop into-one of the  "strongest"-.wc  have - had -in   recent  seasons: - And. this- is .also" true \of  Armstrong.  Patton handles himself  well in "the box," and "always" has a  handcuff on the base'sV A\bit wild  now-.-and .then* over the plate^just  toHeaseithe batteiv-^he; can always  put the balhin^ the" right .place-when  it is needed. He and 'Buck' Johnson  prjqvecl too* strong,a battery,for-4he  Ar-r^trqng^stick^aridlersi^ptHer-,  wise the, playing'-was'yabout/ievenv  " JFergusbri put .the ^ball^overythe,  platetfor.-jArmstrong,: arid. Freeriiari  stopped   it. V :,������������������Fergusori?7*?didJiinbt'  have  his   old-time Vwind-uj-tVwilh'  hiiri, but he hadn't lost Variyypf yhis  deliberation:-, ," .    ^7"-V ���������������������������'. -7. V -7 7.  ---In the seventh inning the.score  stood 3-3.   Then Elmer Black,put a  nice  little single intb'?right-ccntre  with."'two men on baseslanclyb'oth  scored, making it 5-3':iri' favor, of  the home team.    Armstrong-had a  good chance to tie the score in the  8th and 9th, but Pattbn's gencral-  shipt handcuffed the game.V- y; :.  Armstrong   " -Enderby  Ferguson          ' ;P. -Patton'  Freeman    ���������������������������         C-       ;. Johnston  C.Johnston       lb. H.Johnson-  Fisher          "'   2b. ���������������������������    iV'Dill  Woodward          3b. LaForgc  McCallum          S.S.   .    - ���������������������������-*. McKay  Baines                R.F. D. Fravel  Worsley             C.F. E. Dill  Murrav L.F. ____E._Dill_  F. Fravel. umpired the game,  The Brownie Tea Rooms arc  the popular meeting place for the  people who want to - talk it over  over a ciip of tea.  HisWorship the Mayor in the  chair and Aldermen .Dill, Grant,  Hartry and Sharpe present!  A communication was read from  the Inspector of Legal Offices of the  Provincial Government in the matter of resurvey of sub-divisions No;  211 arid 211a., in which it was  pointed out the. customary " procedure in matters respecting erroneous" surveys. The^matter was laid  over.  * By-law No. 82 making-it unlawful for "any person to riiake use of  any road, street lane or other public place for the* storage of material  or goods of-any;kind, nor for the  performance of any "work connected with his business, or otherwise,  nor in any way,,to obstruct, encumber, injure, or-foul any road,  street, lane or other public place,  passed its first.reading.  This oy-law repeals a similar one  passed in'the  early stages o'f incorporation, "and     provides    the  usual penalty clause, which-the old  by-law  lacked  and .was  therefore  ineffective. *:."    _    ,      - .    .  " By-law,No. 83,. (tax levy by-law)  setting the,tax.-levy for. the year,  passed "-two .readings, "and    will  come.- up   for I final" passage* at', a  meeting.to be held "for that purpose  Thursday-evening, May 27th.   The  rate .is- 20 - mills on V,.thc' dollar,Vl 3  for general anJd-'7;for,Tscho'ol.V; *" ;S  -The finance"-cbriimittee ;repbrtec"  that they. have-;been'._notified by -.the  -bank-that^all������������������taxes,"j\vhethei\arr'cars  or:������������������ current,"-must^-be*~paid.*. "over * to  it^as;.?: received:.; ;until;:.--tlie>l demand  16anTcai"jried;overlfi'orii^last/;y"e"arris:  cpvere'd;Varid> adyisedVtHat" asythe  .barik"v;isy,3>yithinV>its;Vlegalf;r  lh_;making ���������������������������lhis'.; demand';: that - it v be";  complied,.wi^^  bei.instructe.d^to;;make.apph^ation:'  tor-the y:Gpverririient;.eitheiV:fprV{i  loan, orito;makeyarrarigcirients with  lhe Bank* fbrr an advance tothe. City  tb meetV"debenture *. interest*; arid  school './salaries;.'.:*-' The, committee's  report,:was. adopted;? V4 ; ..'���������������������������'���������������������������  \ A*letter was-read from lhc Pro-  yin'cia 1 .Depart ment- bf -Agriculture  oarticularly ^drawing.."attention- to  -Sec;-.-"5.-of".the- Noxious Weed Act'  and: stating that the ^Department  trust's"that .the hearty:co-operation  of.- the'.-.Council.','would be extended  to it in connection^ withy the-'"efforts  of its ���������������������������. inspectors to., combat the  growing evil of noxious weeds in  the Province.  A letter, was received  from the  Board_of__Railway___Commissioners,.  ing at Vancouver June 1st.  The assistant engineer in his report stated' that" he would not  recommend to" the.board an additional crossing unless the crossing  at Regent street .were closed, and  that if said crossing were closed he  would recommend that the application-be granted. ,   ,  It was decided by the Council  that it-would be impossible to close  the railway crossing" on Regent  street, "arid it" was decided that thc  clerk write to the C. P. R. asking  them to try to make arrangements  with the Columbia Flouring Mills  Co.', "Ltd., whereby :the- Mill street  crossing -could, be' closed; and.  stating that if ".some arrangement  satisfactory to the owners of the  flour mill could be made, the.Council probably, would not oppose- it  provided the railway /"company  would grant the crossing which has  been applied for from Evergreen-  avenue to Salmon Arm road.  Thc appointment' of a--gauge  reader for the water flow at. the  city's intake was postponed' faith ree. months;  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  .The most important move in"*  great world war; this week is  GREAT   DEVELOPMENT   SHOWN  enclosing copy of report of assistant engineer of the board, and slating that the application of the City  with reference to crossing from  Evergreen avenue to Salmon "Arm  road had been set down for hear-  . At "no time "in the'history of .the  Enderby-district' has'"so.'much permanent .development  been "shown  as'ris -in;>*evidenc"e :iniTallidircctions'  fhisvspring."-"In1 s.the"-'direction" of-  Grindrod, -Mara/and."'Deep "Creek,;  a,great ambiint'bf clearing has bcerr  "done,^.and vhiindreds -of "acrcs-u(in  the ^aggregate)/ *will'~bc*' producing  ai'crop ...thisvyear-: ..that'haye,." hot. pro-  id u cedr';' be fores *y Ma n y ^settle r s'" a"r e-  .coniirigyVintbVth.e'y district' "and;  quietly.ilocating:'..iiporiVsinalP hold-  irigs,:;eyideritly:ydetc"rriiincd;to stay!  They.vareVa yver>'.���������������������������"���������������������������'desirable.' class.  Nbt: ,of 7therspeculative ;kind",  but  meri^-vyhbVycbme7/fpVihake 'their  hbriie;here;~VV���������������������������".'..   "V. VV " _._     ;  VyPerhapsy the; greatest showing >in  any/one particular -section Js to.be"  seenliri, the .vi'ci n i ty of H. E.'.'Waby's  poultry   arid "stock r farm,' in   the  vicinity ���������������������������; of: Mount.. Ida.    Here   in  every; direction are to be seen new  clearings Varid....'fresh'.' fields.    It "is  said there, is riot.";a" vacant farm or  acreage: to be had in that vicinity.  Here. R-.'E.: Peel :has made a fine  ���������������������������showing." on *.h'is. acreage, along the'  Salmon.: Arm- road,   adjoining   the  Waby."'fa'rrii.     He   has   planted   a  piece of 33 acre's of light hill land  to alfalfa, and is cleaning up and  fencing his'lowland acreage along  thc Deep Creek,road;    '.?-_..&������������������������������������������������������  You can be happy in this world  if you will never carry into the  morrow any of the sorrows ' or  anxieties or grudges of today.  r=p  ���������������������������;������������������������������������������������������.-������������������������������������������������������   Miles of German Transport Wagons in Poland  This photo taken on the Polish plains nc'ar Buwalki gives a fair idea  of thc  enormous  quantities  of supplies, food and ammunition, that must be constantly brought to the armies in the fighting _one.  Kecking up the supply is one of the greatest dillicullies of modern warfaie.  the   -  the  entry- of  Italy   inlo - the"   conflict  against  her   former   ally,  Austria. .  Formal   declaration    of   war   was    * -  made on thc 22nd, followed by the  invasion ���������������������������of border.towns by  the  Italian troops. _ No engagement of^  any", consequence has yet been  re-"  ported and the movements.on the  part, of ..either Italy or Austria are  merely preliminary, to what is. to   V  follow.     It is reported that Italy,is '  prepared  to throw 360,000 troops    .-  into- the "field. ��������������������������� <  ^Following Italy's declaration  of -  war against her ally, Germany has ';  declared war on Italy, ancl iUs re-. - -  ported that.500,000 troops will be     "  piit-inbo the field "to stem the-in-  *y  vasion of the Italian^ forces. " "- _ *���������������������������- .  ., In.the Eastern thcatrc,of-war the  -  Russians are reported to have put,' y'r  a'stop to.the Teutonic^rush.beyond :'���������������������������  the  San   river,  and  Petrograd   re--reports are far-more optimistic than .   \  those of last week.    It is .apparent-.;*.'  the  German  attempt  to  drive "the- V:  Russians out of Galicia-has failed: --;.-  Thc   fighting:,on   the   Sari   river,' '^  where_the Germans are altempting-'V;  to Tdrive a wedge, inlo the* Russian'':-SS  frcint, is - reported lo" be" the ?fiercest*,.5"* -  of' the eastern- canipaigri.'vwith Ire^^Vry.^^.i  inendous losses - of' the* * enemy/, rc-St^Sy^S'-t/^'  'ndrtctl   -t"* '*.' S'-"~- V*- sV������������������'; -~S-S^S>-?<&dS,'S\  SOn7i^Y^^l^^^^r^^^?^  French "'and;. British r. forces ���������������������������:"Kayev,-'}<$<;^L  been.- able*" ,tOH. hold* the- positions: "i:iA(A"^m  taken from.th'e*enemy;a".,wccky;ago:iyr������������������-ry^^l  Irixva A<stateirierit .!;isued ,*byi Gericral^~^>i '��������������������������� #_>|  French-under^date of|May 24th,hey.Li;  .reports that'by-"the,use;pf poison-^.y:  "ous'..gas .bombs.-the. Germans i sue- '���������������������������s S  cccded  in .pciictrating' the-British^; "-^  lines'al-two or three pjaces, but he ' " 7  adds-that fighting is still, in fpro-VV-.  gress and, that, portions-of" the cap- ���������������������������v .'.  turecl. lines have been retaken. ",   * .V V  In'the Dardanelles it" is reported ;y\\.  the Allies have repulsed with heavy-; -y*-  Josses an  attempt by  the Turkish JMy  troops to, recover ground taken by ���������������������������>-;-:,  thc Allies.     A*British submarine is- '   :  reported lo have entered thc Sea of v   ^  Marmora and sunk a Turkish gun-   \~ *  boat and a transport loaded with     -  troops."  . ..   " - '*   V  MILLION DOLLAR .MYSTERY     ; .  The   managers   of ' the   Enderby .---  Opera Douse are starting on-Satur-   , '  dav to show "Mutual" movies, said  to be life best and most expensive  service  of  movies  passed   by   the  censors..    Themanagcrs havc_hadjy   17wlisccmliTnTc~th"tr^"B&lovcd-^Ach= s  venture" serial owing to so much  of il having been cut out by the  British Columbia censor and the  story thereby spoiled. They will  start on Saturday evening Ihe big  hit "The Million Dollar Mystery."  This is a serial lhat has proved of  immense interest. It has been  passed by the censor in its complete form and will therefore be  shown iir its entirety. To start at -  the beginnig one must attend lhe  Saturday evening:; performance.  Each Saturday evening thereafter  until lhc story is completed���������������������������some  50 reels���������������������������an installment will be  run. All. who have seen. "Thc  Million Dollar Mystery" speak very  highly of it. Another change to  be made by the Opera House managers will be the showing of Ihe  mid-week pictures on Wednesday  night instead of Tuesday night.  ENDERBY SHIPMENTS  January 1st to May 20th:  Lumber   .....���������������������������   Hay   Wood   ...V.   Ties   Piling ���������������������������-." ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������   Fence  Posts   Settlers effects   Alfalfa Meal   Slock   Spuds    ���������������������������   Cars  251  70  [)  20  4  4  2  1  1  L  372  Shipments for the same period  19M were 381 carloads. It would  seem from this that, so far as shipments are concerned, there has  not been any great falling off of  business.  Delicious candies for Her at Joe's. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 27, 1915  and  concessions,  to which Austria refused to  agree.  Just what effect Italy's coming into the great  struggle will have it is clifficultto say. or even  surmise. It is certain, if Italy can win a decisive  victory over the Austrians along the border at  lhe opening of hostilities, it will mean that the  Teutonic forces now pressing the Russians so  hard, will have to be weakened in order to cope  wilh the new condilions. Italy's army on a peace  fooling numbers 400,000 men- During the last  nine months numerous divisions of the reserves  have been called to lhe colors, and it is estimated  lhat within three months of embarking upon war  Italy would have an army of 1,200,000 in the  field. This number does not by,any means exhaust" her resources,'as. her ���������������������������strength, on a war  footing is 2,000,000.  UNDUE INTERFERENCE  Come and Get Our Prices on the  following brands of Flour:  Robin Hood Radium  Royal Household Glenora  Strong Baker Centennial  s  and a good supply" of Cereals. Also Wheat, Oats,  Barley, Barley Chop, Oat Chop, Bran, Shorts, Middlings  Feed Flours, Whole Corn, Cracked Corn and Chickfood.  We deliver to any part of the city . o  TEECE & SON,  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at   Enderby.  B. C. at 52  per  year,   by  thc  Walker   Press.  MAY 27, 1915  HONEST CRITICISM  When we look hack upon history and remember thc bungling in thc early stages of thc South  African war; when we recall thc shattering ol so  many brilliant reputations of British army ollicers, wc need not be surprised-nor in any way  alarmed at thc turn of affairs told in the despatches from London thc past week,    lhc boutli  African  war was  mere child's play  compared  wilh the'present war.   Britain has never been engaged in a war in any way similar to or to compare with the present Teutonic struggle.   And it  is lo be expected that the best plans thc British  War Office can lay will be upset, not once bul  many limes.    It is evident from the outspoken  language of the great London newspapers thai  public opinion is slrongly back of Ihem, and that  the crilisicm of today is.not of mush-room development-   Anvonc could read between lhc lines  of many an edftorial uIterance appearing m the  British press that lhc handling of the war and  fads relating Ihcrclo was nol giving satislaction,  at least to the British public,   .hist where the responsibility lies perhaps no one is in a position  to sav    Such newspapers as the.London   limes  ancl lhc  Pall  Mall    Gazelle,   ancl   others   outspoken  in  their criticism, ought to know, but  thev may not.     If wc are to believe something  that was credited  to Earl Kitchener when  the  war broke oul, he foreshadowed exactly what is  now transpiring In England. He said the people  would criticise and condemn, and would cry tor  -peac>,-ln'ngJ*)cf.orc-_pcacc would come; that Jhe  war would have lo be pushed to tlTelimit of the  empire's resources and in the face of obstacles  from wilhin as well as from without.  We have not vet seen thc-worst ol these clays,  nor may we l'or'many -"months. Out of the present dillicullies will come greater courage IhatThc  nation mav learn how lo meet greater ones, lhc  troubles  of  today do-not-.compare- with  those  .which- surclv  must   follow.    But  each  has  its  1 essoh l'oir I lie i ffdi vhl ua 1 and the Em pi re, -a ncl ou I  of it all Britain will emerge, nol lhe vaunlmg  victor of a swaggering age, but an Empire purified in the burning of her idols and the sacrificing  of cenlurv-old mvlhs of smug pride. Today it is  Earl Kitchener and Winston Churchill who must  bear the blame of her critics, but al'ler a little  while Britain as a whole will realise lhe great  work performed by these men of desliny ancl tlie  people will waken to the fact that these men  warned Ihem lime and again ol what was lo  come, bul they would not listen, and il lislcning  would not see.  Up to within a month or so ago thc municipal  officials of South Vancouver were lhc worst bag  of Kilkenny cats the Province was ever disgraced  by. Talk.about lawlessness! It was there. Ancl  now wc have this same bunch of disturbers of  the peace wildly calling upon the Dominion  Government to intern every alien in thc Province  ancl Dominion. Bcsolutions to this effect have  been passed and forwarded to Ottawa by those  patriotic sticklers for law of South Vancouver  Wc can imagine what Ottawa will do. with the  resolution. Ottawa will dispose of it about as  quickly as thc military authorities at Vernon  disposed of a petty complaint made against a  law-abiding; inoffensive alien storekeeper of Enderby the past week. Some individual or individuals,'evidently for petty personal reasons  more than patriotic, complained to thc authorities about Joe Doerflinger, and Provincial Constable Patton received instructions on Saturday  to take Joe to Vernon. No reason was given and  no time granted. Joe was snatched from the  side of his wife of a few months and taken away.  The level-headed authorities at. Vernon asked  him a few questions and told him to return to  his home and business.  People of Enderby who have known Joe Doerflinger for thc past two or three ycars know him  lo be a quiet, inoffensive, ambitious, persevering  ancl obliging baker. He minds his own business  and is a good citizen. Thc same might be said  of a score or more alien farmers in the district  hereabouts. There is a settlement of Austrians  in the vicinity of Trinity Valley who, wc arc told,  have done excellent work clearing up their land  and transforming bush lands inlo farms. They  come and go quietly, pay their, way, and offend  nobody. Are these people to be forced into internment and the cost of keeping them put upon  the Government and their womenfolk and children left without support, simply because they  are of Austrian birth ?  There is a heap of nonsense in the South Vancouver idea. But this is. not strange when wc  remember thc source of the idea.  SIR RICHARD HAS BEEN BUSY  ITALY FINALLY ACTS  After months of dickering ancl shilling of feet  llaly has finally cast her lot with the Allies. We  wisli we could hoorah for llaly, bul we cannot.  Naturally-we all must feci a great relief at knowing that we have on our side against lhe Teutons  an ally instead of an enemy. But where is the  man who does not feel a certain detestation for  lhe individual or lhe empire that goes back upon  ils friends? When lhc war broke oul it was  the triple entente against the triple alliance:  England, France and Russia against Germany,  Austria and Italy. llaly repudiated her part of  the agreement wilh her allies and remained  neutral, setting as a price on her neutrality the  surrender to her by Austria of extensive territory  The Hon- W. R. Ross, minister of lands, has  announced that the British admiralty is placing  an order with British Columbia mills for 10,-  000,000 feet of dimension lumber for shipment  in June and July. Thc Provincial Government  was informed 'of ils successful efforts on behalf  of thc export lumber trade by cable from Sir  Richard McBride. Hitherto British Columbia  firms whether bidding on private or British  Government orders have been able to deal only  with American brokers through whom it has  been thc custom to place such European orders.  TlTus~thc oi^lcT'h^Sv^securccHs^thc^firsHnstancc  in which direct dealing between thc Old Country and this portion of thc empire has been  formally recognized as thc only proper method.  In future all British Government enquiries for  Pacific Coast lumber will be addressed, direct to  British Columbia as a result of the representations made by the Provincial Government to the  Home authorities. British Columbia lumbermen  -have-also-been--handicappc(l_by~Jhc_xoiitroJ_Qf  available shipping companies which deal in  lumber as well as carrying it to foreign markets.  This lea lure was one of lhc main reasons for thc  despatch of Mr. H. R. MacMillan as special trade  commissioner to lhe United Kingdom, under instructions from Sir George Foster, whose energetic co-operation in lhis matter has been invaluable.  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,   -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,        -  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $2.25 per load  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NOW  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. En_.rby  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  KingEdwardHotel, &���������������������������pik���������������������������^PHY Enderby  WHY TAX THE SICK MAN ?  It is apparent to anyone who looks facts in the  face that lhc war tax is not operating as it  should. For instance: why should the sick man  be forced lo pay thc war tax on patent medicines ? The manufacturers of proprietary medicines make lhc greatest profits of anybody in thc  drug business���������������������������and profits on all drugs are well  known to be notoriously high. Dealers in drugs  ���������������������������thai is, the retailers, make less profit on proprietary articles than anything else handled by  them, and it is nol reasonable to expect them to  stand thc war tax. Naturally they add lhc  amount to the purchase price of thc article sold  and make the consumer pay it���������������������������tax it up to lhc  sick man,���������������������������while the manufacturer of the article  ���������������������������who is really the man who makes the big profit���������������������������gels off Scott free. Is this right���������������������������is it thc  way thc Government intended thc war tax  to be imposed.  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  H"I"I-I-I������������������1-I"I"I"1-I-Im1"1"1i'I-1"Mi'W''H;44 'M-M-I������������������I"I"I"M"M-!-M-M-*I-I-M-;M"M"I'  The Right Idea in Business  x  The modern merchant filled with the modern  spirit carries his business to his customers'  homes; that is, he doesn't wait to be found out or  risk the danger of not being found out.  Thc best carrier of business to customers'  homes is thc newspaper. This paper can carry  every business in Enderby to the homes of this  community with case and without confusion���������������������������,  the business of grocers, dry goods men, hardware dealers, clothiers, stationers, boot and shoe  houses, druggist, jeweller, furniture dealer,  butcher, grain ancl iced stores and every other  class of business.  To the Home Merchants  Get your business into the home and you'll sell  goods there. The Weekly Press can carry your  business into more homes than you are now  serving. Ancl, too, every advertisement the home  paper carries aids in keeping up the commercial  face of the community���������������������������a very important matter  to every home merchant.  Buy from Advertisers  x         x  I'        \  f         '  r,        i  X. ���������������������������             i  ...               ,\  i      i  x        i  T                   f  v -               i  fe  i.  i       k  f        1  3.              $  j.           a  *            1  ^.|..;,frrt"H-H-M"H-^ fi  /  Thursday, May 27,-1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Asquith Government Resigns and  Coalition Cabinet Being Formed  Expert Opinion  The commanding officer of a  certain regiment whs much in  trouble over lhe persistent untidiness of one of his men. Reprimand and punishment were alike  in vain. Then a bright idea struck  the colonel. Why "not march him  up and down the whole line of thc  regiment and shame him into indecency?  It was done. The untidy warrior,  who happened'to b'e'ah .Irishman,  was ordered to exhibit himself and  march up and down the entire  regiment, ancl the nicn were told to  take a good look at him. After the  ordeal was over the unabashed son  of Erin halted, saluted the colonel,  and said in thc hearing of the  whole corps: "Dirtiest regiment I  ever inspected, sorr."  There" are just three things that  make a nation great. These- are  fertile fields, intelligent workers',  and  good  roads.  OFCANADA  Bank by Mail and  Save Long Drives  Mail us the cheques or cash  you receive, with your Pass-book;  which;,we will return with the  Deposit credited.   Then you can -  pay your bills by cheques,,, which y*1  we will honor, or if you want the  ; cash yourself, send us a cheque in  your ..own ��������������������������� favor jind.Vwe  will,  fomard the money by return mail//  Drop in and talk to the Manager  about it.V    ...���������������������������   .,  Mby Branch, .   I. W. GILLMAN, Manager  =_  SECRET SOCIETIES  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. _i Oddfellows Hall. Visitlh't  brethren cordially invited  WHEELER  W.M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  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   RT"jrCOLTART. MP.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.   For rates, etc., address,  '    R. N. BAILEY. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. C. J. McCULLOUGH,  DENTIST  Hours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.  - By appointment only  Poison Block, at bridge.     Enderby  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  iMoney to Loan  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B.C.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables',  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers j  Land-seekera  and Touristi in  vited to give us a trial.  These are history-making days.  Like a bolt from the blue comes  the announcement from London  that the Asquith Government has  resigned, and that a coalition  government is now in the making.  F. A. McKcnzie, cables to the Vancouver Province lhat negotiations  between the two parties arc proceeding apace and a demand is  arising throughout the country  that a fresh start be made, with  the old party traditions wholly disregarded, and that men be chosen  for the new cabinet, not alone  from , Westminster cliques, but  from the great national administrators.  There are persistent rumors that  both Lord Fisher, and Mr. Winston  Churchill will leave the Admiralty.  Perhaps the most remarkable  development is the uncertainty of  Earl Kitchener's position. Such  papers as the London Times, the  Evening News, tand the Pall Mall  Gazette, have come out strongly  criticising the War Secretary's  handling of the British end of  .war, while the- London Chronicle  and other newspapers are levelling  a,bitter volley of protest against  Lord Northcliffe, and his string of  publications for their attitude  against the War Secretary. It is  said that the abuse, heaped upon  Earl Kitchener has only gone to  strengthen him in the eyes of the  public, and that he will not retire  under fire. He will fight it through  it Js said. "  Lord Northcliffe, Mr. McKenzic  says, is the most abused man in  .England. The'Daily Mail's leader  condemning Kitchener, caused an  immense furore and a public demonstration in the stock exchange  against it. Even the newspapers  which on the 21st severely criticised, and condemned. Earl Kitch-'  ener, on the 22nd recalled his.  good ���������������������������services and hunted' the dictionary,, for adjectives denouncing  Lord Northcliffe.' ���������������������������-' The; Daily, Mail,  one of the. Northclifle^papers, replies *Vhat\ i ts: statements"; were- more  than: justified and .that - the whole  controversy with 'its .bitter . personalities is "mainly symptomatic  of the high-strung nerves of the  people. The 'public have been  shaken out of their excessive complacency and are jumpy.  Concluding, Mr. McKenzie says:  "Uneasiness is rapidly growing  among the rank and file of the  Liberals over Mr. Churchill. They  cannot understand what he intends to do. They increasingly resent his conduct which helped to  bring about the present situation.  There .is a marked absence of the  spirit of mutual friendliness which  alone can make a coalition cabinet  a success. Some Liberal papers,  notably the Manchester Guardian,  are-^now^attemptingMo^strike^a-  highcr patriotic note, but generally  speaking, London is in a morass of  suspicion, distrust and abuse."  In its criticism of Earl Kitchener  the Times says: Kitchener's  orders for shells were given too  late, complaints and warnings disregarded, and the nation lulled into an utterly false security by misleading ollicial reports. The consequence is that hundreds and  thousands of British lives have  been sacrificed in an unequal contest. The whole trouble arose because Kitchener assumed an impossible burden."  Thc Manchester Gaurdian says  it is nothing less than a scandal  that we should still be sacrificing  thousands of precious lives and  holding back thc march of our  armies because thc supply of ammunition is short.  The Chronicle declares that Earl  Kitchener's neglect to inform the  cabinet concerning the deficiency  of high explosives, and his omission to communicate to it Sir John  French's appeals has led to disastrous., political and other consequences. '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-'  The Daily News, while attacking Lord Northcliffe for criticising  Kitchener, declares that there is a  feeling on both sides that the War  Secretary's great services would  be best utilized not in civil administration, but in more purely  military duties.  German View of Crisis  A Rotterdam dispatch under  date May 22nd, says that while the  Deutsche Tages Zeitung culls upon  the German press not to inform  Great Britain of its real views on  thc British cabinet crisis, and some  journals see in it the beginning of  the end of Britain, responsible  newspapers clearly indicate that  the cabinet crisis is merely a domestic question and cannol adversely affect the British conduct  of the war. "Never in the course  of its history have the English people denied its government in the  middle of a war or left them in  default, and it would be a great  mistake to explain this crisis in  that spirit."  North End of Old Poison Mercantile Warehouse  is  PRISONERS OF WAR  The Postoffice Department has  issued the following instructions  relating - to correspondence for  prisoners of war in Germany:  Letters (which should be left  open) postcards and postal parcels  should be addressed as follows:  1. Rank,  initials,   name.  2. Regiment, or other unit.  3. British (or Canadian, French,  Belgian or Russian) prisoner of.  war.  4. Place of internment. .  5. Germany.  Place  of internment  should  be  stated always if possible, and parcels cannot, be accepted unless  place of internment is stated. All  addresses must be in ink.  Communications should be limited to private and- family- news,  and to -- necessary.' business .communications, and should, not be  sent -too frequently. No- references to the naval, military or po_  litical situation or ,to naval or military movements. ;and5 organizations* arc.-allowed.*>.Letters or-post  cards ^'containing ysuch, references  will not.be.delivered.   -  V. ,.  Friends, of prisoners ofjwar.are  advised to send postcards in preference to letters as postcards are  less likely to be delayed. If letters  are sent, they should not exceed in  length two sides of a sheet of note  paper and should contain nothing  but the sheet of note paper. On  no account should .the' writing be  crossed.  Letters cannot for the present be  accepted  for  registration.  Postage need not.be paid cither  on letters or parcels addressed to  prisoners- of war.- ,.  No letters should be enclosed in  parcels, and newspapers must not  on any account be- sent. So far as  is known there is no restriction on  the contents of parcels; tobacco  may be sent and will be admitted  duty free, but foodstuffs of a  .perishable���������������������������nature-=should=noU- be-  sent. Parcels should not exceed 11  pounds in weight.  Remittances can be made by  money order to prisoners of war.  Instructions as to how to proceed  can be obtained from postmasters  of accounting postoflices. The  transmission of coin, cither in  letters or parrels, i.s expressly prohibited. Postal notes and bank  notes should not be sent.  It must be understood that no  guarantee of the delivery of either  parcels or letters can be given and  that the postollicc accepts no responsibility. In any case, considerable delay may take place and  failure to receive an acknowledgment should not necessarily be  taken as an indication that letters  and parcels sen! have not been delivered.  So far as is known, prisoners of  war in Germany are allowed" to  write letters or postcards from  time to time; but they may not always have facilities for doing so  and the fact that no communication i.s received from them need  not give rise to anxiety.  Try Our Prices for Your Own Satisfaction on any of the  Following Goods i  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  TREATMENT OF GARDEN PESTS  Aphis. Attacks peas, melons,  roses,. and so on. ..Use nicotine  preparations, or kerosene emulsion, two "or three applications at  intervals of three or dour days,  reaching under sides of leaves.  Asparagus Beetle. Use arsenate  of lead on summer foliage; cut and  burn all vines in late summer.  " Aster Beetle. Use arsenate of  lead, strong; or pick by hand in  early morning while bugs are still  groggy  "Various  kinds   at-  tomatoes,   tobacco,  Use arsenate of lead,  or hellebore; or pick  Tailored Suits  to Measure  By  Specialized . Team   Work  VSiiits Are Made in  Four Days  Caterpillars.  tack cabbage,  and so on.  Paris green  Live your life. You may not  have another���������������������������and if you do live  that too. Do not sell it for a mess  of peace potash.  What any progressive town is  in need of is neighborly festivities,  not  neighborly  hostilities.  by hand.    .-  Cucumber Beetle, yellow and  black striped., Use tobacco dust as  preventive; beetles carry the  germs of wilt. Pick by hand, the  first bugs rin the morning:-  Cutworms.. Fat,' sluggish,  ground worms, brown with dark  stripes, cutting through stems of  many_plants, especially, when just  up or newly set out. - Trap under  pieces of shingle or flat-stones; or  scatter about_ toward- nightfall a.  mash made, of one quart of .wheat  bran, one- tea'spoonful - .of.; Paris  green or of white-arsenate, one tea-:  spoonful ; of a .cheap molasses,  mixed.iwith enough water.'to make  a: mash. Careful search round'a  newly cut plant early in thc morning will usually uncover the marauder near the surface... ,  - Flea .Beetle. A\ small, hard-  shelled, jumping beetle, which  punctures leaves of tomatoes, potatoes and seedilng plants." Use io-.  bacco dust or kerosene emulsion  on seedling plants; Bordeaux and  lead on tomatoes and potatoes.  Mealy Bug. A scale-like insect  with cottony covering, attacking  some flowers. It seldom appears  in the vegetable garden. Use kerosene emulsion, brushing with alcohol. -*.'.',  Potato Beetle. Use arsenate of  lead or Paris green. On eggplants  use lead only, and pick by hand.  Rose Beetle. Pick by hand and  usc=strong=,arsenate^oLJead   Squash Bug. A lively, flat, black  fellow. Use tobacco dust, or pick  by hand to get rid of old bugs and  eggs; use kerosene emulsion for  the  young ones.  Squash Borer. Slit stem near  base of plant, ancl destroy the  borer. Cover the wound with fresh  soil.  While Fly. Attacks tomatoes,  vine crops and some Mowers. Not  conspicuous until large numbers  have propagated. Use tobacco  dust as repellent; spray with nicotine preparations and kerosene  emulsion.  Mildew. Attacks cucumbers,  melons, Lima beans, roses and  other flowers. Dust with flour, of  sulphur to prevent spread. Use  regular Bordeaux-lead spray as an  effective preventative through thc  season.  Blight. Affecting cucumbers,  potatoes and olher things, in various forms. Spray with Bordeaux  frequently enough to keep all new  growth covered. Dust with sulphur-lead  preparations.  Anlhracnose, "leaf spot" . or  "rust," attacking beans, tomatoes,  celery and some flowers. Use Bordeaux mixture or summer-strength  lime-sulphur; or ammoniacal copper-carbonate solution to avoid  stains on foliage and flowers.  In One Year Semi-Ready Shops  V-Tailored Half _ a - Million  ,    -Worth bf Clothes to ,._"'-  ri7*YsS- Special Order .-.;,' ?V  "The- growth of.the Special Or-'  der business in Semi-ready- tailoring is evidenced by the fact that -  within five years the growth in this  particular department, was over.  GOO per > cent���������������������������a wonderful - increase; . ' . "    ��������������������������� ,.-  "Semi:ready* Special  Orders are, ,  made.-, to   measure   in    four   full'V  working days at the shops, in Montreal.    Not a moment is lost after.   '  the   delivery   of the   order   and  measurement at their office on Guy '  street.  . ������������������������������������������������������"  . "Inside of an hour the web r of- V  cloth selected . is on ^ the cutter's ',  board. The coat goes to the coat-;  "makers, the vest to the,vest tailors..'  and the* trousers .to another floor,"  and on the afternoon of the fourthV*  day all ;three garments, reach thel;..  inspection room -within, an /h"ou"r/,V  of each' other; v, s, "*-"���������������������������' - ���������������������������' '-", ~ - V'V,'*v  "Team work; . efficiency;-- andVv  system . .inV* handling -vriiakc VtheVf  "schedule, as' certain 'as'1 the-ytimcyof^^  an ..expre'ss .train.".' :/*-: S 7, ���������������������������'_."'".:--: >VV  ��������������������������� ."Suits.. are * tailoredVtbVhieasurc.". ���������������������������  ifor'-$15 and up. The-customer is-,  offered**^!' selection-of '300xpattcrnsv^  ;6f worsteds, serges,- tweeds, home- ;  spuns^*"vicunas "and other special." ,  cloths���������������������������all imported direct from-.  England "for the special depart-v~  ment."-   ���������������������������.    , ��������������������������� -   .   ��������������������������� ���������������������������- V  ' Samples arc-to be seen, with the  Enderby Supply Company.  .        y  The fakcryof dead languages yet  prevails: Even when new light  comes wc fight against change./.   V-  No  every  man can be truly good until  day lo him is thc Lord's Day.  Righteous  indignation?    Forget  it.   There's no such thing.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS..  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and,  "Alb_rta7~the^Yiikon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Nol more than 2500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease musl be  made by thc applicant in person to  thc Agent of sub-Agent of thc district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $.-) which will be  refunded if thc rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royally shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rale of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish thc Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable' coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If Ihe coal mining righls are not  operated, such; returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the.lessee  may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  ������������������10 an acre.  ��������������������������� t For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  thc 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 f  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������58782. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 27, 1915  Sugar  20-pounds  $1.75  100-pounds  $8.35  Flour  Royal Household, 49s, $2.15  Glenora, - - 2.05  Centennial, - - 1.95  Manitoba,       -       -      1.90  (Sommunifatfu  All other Groceries,  10 per  cent off regular price���������������������������net  First quality Winter Apples  W. J. WOODS  ���������������������������;.������������������t������������������i������������������19imiOI9HMIOI������������������,  T  ������������������  X  I' ��������������������������� I 01 ��������������������������� I ������������������ I������������������ 1 M ��������������������������� i������������������ 1 ���������������������������*���������������������������:**������������������*���������������������������������������������<  Mr. Metcalf Replies lo Mr. Cameron  Editor The  Enderby Press:  Dear Sir: Mr. Cameron having  thought it advisable to place his  personal affairs in the public press  I think I am fully justified in  staling as briefly as possible Ihe  pari I took in Ihe mailer, as the  statement he makes i.s very misleading.  Mr. Cameron accuses me of pulling him iu a very humiliating position, which is not the case, as  Ihe letter given below from Mr. W.  Woods will prove. The error I  did make, and for which I made  apologv, was not for gelling Mr.  Cameron into a humiliating position but for trying to gel him out  of one by promising that I would  protect an order on the North Enderbv School Board, and lo do so I  had ' lo withhold Mr. Cameron's  salarv for four days, which thc  Board thought f ought not to have  done, having picviously refused  to accept other orders given by  Mr.  Cameron.  In regard to Mr. Cameron's resignation,, this was unnecessary as his  term as teacher of the North Enderbv - school ended 30th June,  1915, of which no doubt he was  fully aware before sending in his  resignation.  I am vours truly,  J.  C.  Metcalfi*:.  Enderby, B. C. M,ay 14, 1915.  RUBBISH ALONG  RAILWAY  Mr. F. E. Tniutman, press representative of the C.P.R., writes in  the Vernon News: "In travelling  over western lines I have frequently noticed in the cases of small  towns and villiages the "dumping  ground" for rubbish and tin cans  is along the railway right-of-way,  especia.'i'y if there is a.hole in the  ground to fill up. While this does  no particular harm to anybody,  you will agree with me that it is  nol an agrecbalc sight to passengers travelling on our line,"but lhat  -it i.s disagreeable in many ways.  In many places they have not only  selected such a ' place for the  "clumping ground." bul also for a  "nuisance ground," and frequently  one sees a dead horse just outside  of a town or villiage, and close to  thc   railway  fence.  "There i.s really no reason why  such conditions should exist, as a  suitable sight could easily be secured at a more remote point, if  attention i.s directed to the matter.  I have frequently heard passengers comment on these disagreeable sights."  People talk gossip only because  of a lack of a worthy theme. Having nothing else to talk about they  turn and talk of each other; and  if they rend characters and rip  reputations up the hack, it is only  a sign of mental poverty.  To the Trustees North Enderby  School: Sirs: Mr. Metcalfe has  asked me to state in black and  white thc part he took in regard  to the summons against Mr. W.  Cameron: Mr. Metcalfe had nothing lo do wilh mc taking out thc  summons, but when I mentioned  lhe fact to him he pleaded that I  get an order from Mr. Cameron  and he would guarantee to protect  it to save trouble.       W. J. Woods.  Enderby, May 8th,  1915.  WARNING  Editor -Enderby  Press:  Sir: From reports that have  reached me from various unimpeachable sources, it" is quit apparent that the success which thc  Enderbv Egg Circle attained from  its imceplion, and which it still  maintains, has arouse!" much hos-  iilitv in the minds of certain persons. The specific report which  is being spread i.s that members  are nol paid. ' That report i.s not  confined to Enderby. It is prevalent at Grindrod; and a categorical  statement to lhe effect that members are not paid has been made to  a friend of mine by a farmer from  that place nol long ago, and was, of  course, indignantly denied.  Such statements as these require  no denial. They carry their own  refutation. * My object in trespassing upon vour valuable space is to  bring ibis* matter to the notice of  the public generally and to point  out that this malicious report is  doing a great amount'of harm to a  deserving industry by making people hesitate to join the Egg Circle  and thus prevents an extension ol  ils usefulness.  There is also a  personal aspect  upon   which  I  must  comment.    A  statement of this sort is a slur upon  | the honestv and integrity of myself  las manager, and is defamatory and  j libellous,. nnd   1. hereby_give __duc_  i warning thai if I can nail this lie  ! lo  the counter and  trace it to its  source I will do so with the utmost  ' rigor thai the law allows.  'Yours truly, - C. F. Bigge...  Spend your Holidays  at Sicamous, B- C.  Week-end parties..specially catered for.  Good Boating, Bathing  Fishing, Etc.  FOR    HIRE  All classes of Motor Boats,  Canoes, Fishing Tackle, etc  Large or small parties  catered for. For further  particulars apply���������������������������  M. A. GILLIS  Care   Bellevuc  Hotel Sicamous  Ranchers,  Attention !  Now i.s the time lo paint your  House,  Barn  or outbuildings.  Pa'int is going AT COST; labor  about   HALF-PRICK.  If you have not Ihe cash, what  will you trade?  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Box -I3, Enderby.  CO-OPERATIVE   EGG   CIRCLES  The following extract from the  Montreal "Star'should' be read and  pondered well by the poultrymen  -or-lhi.s--dislrictj-"piii'ticularly-as~il  relates to the successful operation  nf a similar institution to the Egg  Circle which has made such a good  si art  here:  The poultrvmcn ol Prince Edward Island have reason lo con-  grntulnlc themselves on the success which has attended their work  during lhe pasl year. The total  business transacted during the year  amounted lo $279,1 M.GO, nnd the  Inlal number of eggs collected by  sixlv-one co-operative egg circles  amounted to 1,210,909 dozens.  The average net price per dozen  paid lo members was 22c, and the  ���������������������������ivoriige cost of collecting l.Oo cents  per dozen. This price is probably  three or four cents better than the  previous average price for the year  paid bv local grocers and pedlars.  These figures were announced at  the annual meeting of the Prince  Edward Co-operative Egg nnd  Poullrv Association held a month  ago sit'Chnrlottctown. All the, sixty-  one circles are amalgamated in this  provincial association, and each  had its representative at thc annual meeting. Speaking on the  meeting. Mr. W. A. Brown, chiclol  the poullrv division, nonunion  live slock 'branch, under whose  supervision thc work had been  conducted, says, "I was surprised  al lhe enthusiasm that prevailed,  and  Ihe ardent interest which the  delegates took in the conduct of  their own business. The results  of the meeting, I believe, will not  only tend to consolidate and vitalize the co-operative movement in  Prince Edward Island, but will also  constitute a definite forward  step toward the consummation of  this work throughout the whole of  the Dominion."  The success of thc co-operative  work has been largely due to thc  work of thc Dominion representative on lhe Island, Mr. T. A. Benson,  who worked against many outside  influences, but through the loyally  of thc circle members has been  able to overcome all obstacles.  The smallest of our provinces  has set an example for lhe whole  Dominion to copy. Organization  work on a small scale has already  been started in other provinces,  mainly Ontario and Quebec, and  there is no reason why the whole  of'thc farmers' output of eggs  should not be controlled co-operatively by thc farmers themselves.  Co-operation i.s the only solution of  the poullrv marketing difficulties  of the large majority of our poultrymen.--  Example of European Diplomacy  Jack and Mary were told that  there were two apples on the table  for them. Being taught to consider each other first, Jack said:  "Take your, choice, Mary."  "No," said Mary, "you take your  choice."  Each then kept on insisting that  lhe other take first choice, until  finally. Mary broke the deadlock by  taking the larger apple. Instantly  Jack's eyes flashed, and he exclaimed: "Put that back and take  your choice."  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  In effect Mav 31, 1915  Southbound Northbound  10.40,lv. Sicamous       ar. 17.25  10.50*     ' Fosselt 17.08  11.11 . Mara 16.40  11.25 Grindrod 10.24  11.39 Enderby ,16.09  12.05      -      Armstrong lo..40  12.13 Realm * 15.32  12.23 Larkin 15.20  12.50 Vernon 14.55  13.10 ar.    Okanagan Ldg   lv. 14.40  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  To Whom it May Concern  Whereas much damage to growing crops and ornamental shrubs  has been committed by adults and  children on my farm, thc public,  including children, are hereby notified that all trespassers will be  prosecuted. GEO. R. LAWES  Enderby, May 20, 1915.  TAKE NOTICE that at the next  meeting of the License Commissioners application will be made  for the confirmation of the transfer  of the license of the Enderby Hotel  situate in the City of Enderby, upon the lands described as Lots One  (1), Two (2), Three (3) and Four  (4), Block Eleven (11), Map-Two  Hundred and Eleven "A" (211a),  and part of Lots One (1) ancl Two  (2), Belvedere Townsite, to E. M.  N. Woods. H. G. DAVIES,  Barrister.  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 Alber-  .ta,_and_are._kIllcd_and_br:ought^.to..the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, ���������������������������  can give you the best prlc������������������ possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  0. K. Barber  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME  At the least cost and risk by planting your gardens and 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  Read this Stock-  Reduction Sale 'Ad'  It Means Dollars  to You .  ONLY ONE 1900'Motor Washer and Wringer, regular ....$40.00  SALE PRICE     $20.00  Puritan Motor Washer, regular price   20.00  SALE PRICE    '..'     15.75  BICYCLES, Regular    $35.00;        SALE PRICE... .$27.00    40.00       SALE.PRICE ....  32.00  MEAT SAFES, Regular      5.00;       SALE PRICE....    4.50  REFRIGERATORS, Regular..  11.50;        SALE PRICE..V    8.95  "      -    V  15.00;        SALE  PRICE....  10.95       COO;        SALE  PRICE....    4.50  Regina No. 9, 6-hole Steel Range, complete with high closet  and copper reservoir; regular price   45.00  SALE PRICE        36.00  No. ,9 4-hole Kootenay Steel Range; regular price  55.00  SALE PRICE    ,44.00  Panamoid Felt Roofing; regular (per 100 sq. feet) '     2.00  SALE PRICE          1.55  No. 2 Eureka Crock Barrell Churn, regular price    13.50  SALE    PRICE     ..." ;  ".������������������7_-  Heavv Tin Wash Boilers with copper bottom; reg. price..    3.7.5  SALE PRICE    2.95  $500.00 worth of���������������������������    COMMUNITY SILVERWARE,  NEVADA  SILVERWARE,  RODGERS SILVERWARE,  KNIVES FORKS & SPOONS,  ���������������������������      ,    CARVING SETS,  This entire stock on sale at ONE-THIRD LESS than regular price  Mark Cross Safety Razors at 25c each  Handled Axes, repular ....    1.25;.       SALE PRICE....  90c  This entire $12,000 stock of Hardware is on sale at first  cost���������������������������and less���������������������������until the stock is reduced to half.!  PLUMBING.HEATING TINSMITHING  KEEP SMILING  It is useless to be disheartened  because things do not go just * as  you would like to have them.  Murmuring does not cure troubles.  A disagreeable face will not alter  a disagreeable fact. Try to extract  some grain of comfort out of your  adversities.. Never despair; under  whatever circumstances be cheerful and hope in the darkest hour.  There is nothing so philosophical  as a smile. A merry heart-is the  height of wisdom. The greatest  part of our griefs will disappear  when-viewed-througlutheJenses-of  cheerfulness. Let thc dark past  sink out of sight.  Flower  A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT  ARRIVED   THIS   WEEK,  AMONG   WHICH   IS  THE FOLLOWING  FLOWER POTS  HANGING BASKETS  FERN POTS  FERN PANS  BULB PANS  See the new arrivals in  CROCKERY   &   GLASSWARE  Cnaeroy hiisii  J. E. Crane, Prop.  WANT ADS  SNAP FOR SOMEONE���������������������������For Sale:  Horse, buggy and harness; horse  rising_5_years, about 900 pounds;  or will trade outfit for a cow.  Apply F., Box 19, Walker Press.  - Enderby. m27-4t  WANTED���������������������������Wagon; prefer, low-  down truck with steel wheels;  must be cheap for cash. P. D.  Ahier, Mara.  Paint while paint is going at half  price���������������������������at Fulton's.  FOR. SALE���������������������������Two, milch.cows; one..  4-year-old,to freshen on or about  May 26; one 8-year-old, due to  freshen June 24. Both good  milkers and passed the test for  tuberculosis a few weeks ago.  Apply to R. J. Coltart, Enderby.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. m4-tf  FOR SALE���������������������������Corner lot 14, Blk 10,  Map 211a;-nexl to Chinese store,  Enderby;   $000.     Apply   George-  Powers, 820- Humboldt St., Vi(^  toria, B.C. - m!3-3t  Am prepared to take sewing by  day, or general housework. Beatrice  Roberson, Enderby.  RIDERS WANTED as agents for  our high-grade bicycles. Write  for low prices to Thos. Plimley's  Cycle Works, Victoria, B.C.     4t  SEVEN-ROOM house, complete  with bath, etc.; 12 bearing fruit  trees; large grounds; for rent to  permanent tenant at $15 per  month.   Come quick.   A. Fulton.  The smaller the think-tank the  more room you will find in it for a  peeve.  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.  ft  \\  i  i,  i ]

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