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Array ^r^"TT  ~-0;  ,vO  i(  ^  JUL  ���������������������������1 O". **������������������������������������������������������  fv ���������������������������'  )!  ^  \     fo*,-w       -  Enderby, B. C, July 29, 1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. .2  Whole-No. 376 -;  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  - Mrs. H. W. 'Harvey and sons returned from the "coast on Saturday.  Sam Garrett and Chas. Watson  left on Sunday for* Manitoba harvest-fields. .      '        -   ,  -    MivF; R. Prince left for St: Paul  -    on   Saturday,---to' be .absent  three  j or ���������������������������four- week's.  ArtliuriReeves ahl brother Chris,  -left-Wednesday rtoVvisit", the .old  home .at'Pembroke, Ont. '-V ",  _  "7 Ted - Dysart,, returned - last 'week  "   . from   _> ar  Creek,- -where  he   has  ��������������������������� been. w,6rking"at\Tunnel-Camp.,  V  ���������������������������   - *   ^    ' ** - \,' *-  Mr. and Mrs.,Matthew-Thompson  of-Bristol,  Que.,' are* visiting  Mr.'  and Mrs. J. H. Mohr, Glen Mary/' *  - Mr. Sparrow, ' who spent some  time visiting, his son, E. Sparrow,  left Enderby- for the East Sunday.  'V Cecil) Dumford,"-who "has" been  -"������������������������������������������������������*   visiting ,,his"; grandmother,- .Mrs.  Matthews some time, left for Victoria -WednesdayV"*   ; .," V,  -- Mr.- and; MrsV-Walter,Bailey and  7" child, accompanied?by; tlieir aunt,  ' % autoed'^over''from"; -Kamloops Jast  'VThursdayVarid spent the week-end  trate Rosoman thought, it was-a  hugh joke. Hc tried to convince  the magistrate that he could -not  convict him because he got- drunk  on apple cider. But the magistrate  held that to be'drunk ancl disorderly* on thc street was a penal offence  nd matter what the'decoction, and  Charlie Louie was fined $10 and  costs��������������������������� $5 for being drunk* and $5  for resisting arrest., - , -    * ,"  ENDERBY CENTRE LEADS  .-here.  '-.S'7 ���������������������������"5iG6rdoh^\Di-incah>",RercyrfiRuttan  ZS- J-and*������������������joe^Mpwat rleft "Wednesday, to  "V help; harvest ther> two .-hundred , ancl  :^V^rty-jnillion"bushel^vheat"crop"of;  ,*"." the^Noj'thwMt^^^^k fs*S\, -V *  "IV '".Mrs.uA"."jMcIJhe'Ksbn"*on/ Wednes?.  V' day'sent for,'exhibition an'the kiosk  --*_ at;Sicamous_ya-large-b6x.of dahlias  - -MoVaicF.ih beautifying ttie-'Enderby  , > 7 exhibit. there... -"'-��������������������������� ������������������-/. V- \7,r'���������������������������*  "V ;>MrsvE.-B. Dill'.' <whc������������������ has- been in  ,-��������������������������� . the hospital ,'al Revelstoke for-the  past few weeks "undergoing^surgi-  i-     eal I care,'isy expected   home   this  week.* "    V J'.-   "-/      ~-   -  .    V'The Millionr Dollar Mystery" is  v   "ihe greatest "drawing "card-the -local  - ' "movies"-ever ^piit-ori the. screen,  .and'is'drawing a well-pleased audience ever night it*Js shown.  Mr. A. R. Rogers came in from  Minneapolis last"Thursday, and rc-  c-mained over until-Saturday when  he left for Seattle, accompanied-by  his son and Mr. J. B. Strieker, who  spent .several weeks in .Enderby.. **  Angus McLcod was found on the  street Monday night decidely under the influence of liquor, and  'was placed in the lock-up by Constable Bailey. It cost him $10 to  =get=his=^libertyj=-bcfore���������������������������Magistrate  Rosoman.    -        ��������������������������� -  Thos. McLean, inspector of hydrants for the-*insurance board of  the.Province, visited-Enderby last  week, ancl highly complimented-  Constable Bailey on the excellent  .condition in which he found the  fire hydrants here.  Invitations are out for thc wedding of Miss Alma Bertha Noble,  _ of .Vancouver, to Mr. A. C. Skaling,  Enderby's popular barrister and  solicitor, on Wednesday, Aug. 1 lib,  at the bride's home, 1070 Broadway West, Vancouver.'  Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dill of Nelson  spent several clays in Enderby last  week, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Frank and Ed Dill. Mr. Dill is on  the ollice stall" of the Nelson Daily  News. He was greatly impressed  by what hc saw in the way of development in and about Enderby,  and is convinced that we have here  a land of great promise.  A typographical error ih our article in last week's issue relating to  the sale of property for delinquent  taxes, stated thai "taxable lands on  which 1913 and previous years"  taxes are in arrers will be sold.  This should have read "1914 and  previous years." Property owners  who have not paid last year's  taxes will have their property sold  unless said arrears are paid on "or  before October 14th. The time for  tax rate rebate has been extended  to Aug. 31st.  Charlie Louie came into town  from the Indian reserve one day  last week and bought six bottles of  apple cider. The weather was  warm and so was the cider, and  the combination was too much for  Charlie Loiiie. He found himself  in the city jail next morning,- and  when he was taken before JVIagis-  - ^Nothing proves the excellence, of  the* work of the Enderby- staff of  teachers better,, than-.the.; results* of  tlie  summer  examinations,  which  were published this week.- In. this  Enderby Centre** has the-distinction  of passing every scholar who.took  tlie exams���������������������������13 out of.. 13V It is thc  only Centre in the Province having  'more than three, candidates to win  this" distinction.   .^.Following -are  the.names .of the^candidatcs: *"*      ���������������������������  .. Enderby ��������������������������� Number,-   of "* ."candidates, " 9; "passed,  9:"  Helen-"SE. "J.  Dow, 791;"- Thomas -Cameron*. 090:  Almeda M. Oakes,^ 685;. Findlay W.  Brash;-'646; Irene JVCarefoot, 645;  Frederick" G. THassard,: 642;". Francis-J. .Flewwelling," 628;-;Nellie'M.  Linton; 614;"Alice^VVForcstcr,i691.  VyAshton -_ Creek���������������������������rNumber * 'candi-*  dates,.-]- passed; 2: Minhie~Ashton,'  616 VRuth ��������������������������� Baxtciv;577~^r:fy--^>V - >  * :"Depp-"Creek���������������������������Number, 'candidates  2;f'passcd������������������-2 "I -Geof g_>W.. Johnston^  666 J.Alexandra .Coris.ti ne, "576;^,/-."  >pInpJheVHigh-^.,schppl������������������^  was.'the:-best\ih* the'"Province.'-^Ih  Enclerby/s- case^211 outOof -22"fcaftdi-  datcsp--.passedr.-l; The-f'excellencc*:- of  this-result can. besrbe" judged by  comparing it-"with: th{it%shown- at  otheiy-!points. " For" instance','-out "of  38   candidates   Jat   Armstrong,'.-20  passed; out "of 26 in Penticton,Vl7-  pa'sscdj^out of.,21-at Salmon Arm,-  10.passed; i.but -of :20 at"-Summer-,  land .12 passed; and "out of 26 at |  Vernon 16 .passed., -Following are I  the Enderby' candidates: ...   ������������������-  Enderby. High School���������������������������Preliminary " course, junior grade; " maximum marks 1000.. Number of candidates 9, passed 8: Douglas Dow,  788; -Louise V. Paradis, 751_; Royal  D. Murdock,- 710; Chas". G. Murdock  697;'Caroline'Paradis, 655; James  G. Pound, 615r Percy A."Stevens,  594; James C. McMahon,.554.  Advanced course, "junior" grade:  Number of candidates 11, passed  11:    Pearl M. Orscr, 743; Herbert  E. Blanchard,_682;-Thomas McKay,  674 ;=iDorothy���������������������������G.=J)un woodic,^64i ;-  Kate C. Nichol, 596; Ernest E.  Grant,' 583; William T. Faulkner,  578; Mary E.* McPherson, 573;  David S. Mowat, 546; Amies E.  Carlson, ,540; Gcorgina E. McMahon, 528.  Advanced  course,  junior  grade,  applied science; number of candidates  1,  passed  1:  Herbert-D.  S.  Glen.  780.-.  Full course, junior grade; maximum in arks,--1200. No. candidates  1, passed 1: John -A. McPherson.  679.     ���������������������������-.  WILL   FURNISH. MACHINE   GUN  There was a~ fa'ii- attendance at  Ihe   citizen's    meeting   called   for  last "Friday   evening   in   lhe   City  Hall.   Acting Mayor Dill was called  to the chair,'and Mr. C. B. Winter,  was" made, secretary.    Mr. Dill explained the object foP the meeting,  which was'to .consider the question  ot supplying a machine gun to add  lo the'regular militia allowance of  eight  guns to .a; battalion.    There  seemed lo be.no robm for any difference  of -opinion/, in - the  matter.  The opinion was unanimous that, a  machine "'gun*, should -,be  provided  by Enderby. end dislrict.   The only  question was;as tcohow to* go aboul  it.".   This was discussed  for' some,  time,'   until   finally   someone   suggested that the way to go about-it  was to" raise the, thousand dollars  required to make-4he purchase.  '  "^A committee consisting of F. B.  Dni,"C.,B. Winter/and A. E. Reeves  was appointed .to" take thc matter "in  hand, withe power to add'to .their  number,; and -^-.--subscription -paper  was", immediately*.;, started '-at -;th'e  mcelirigVwithVthe.  following'' result  ���������������������������/-i-  Tennis Tournament  A tennis tournament (handicap)  on the Club grounds, will commence on Saturday, 7th August,  comprising mixed doubles, ladies'  singles and ..doubles, men's singles  and doubles. Entrance, 25c for  each entry. Partners will be drawn  in thc mixed doubles only.  It is hoped thai as many members as are able will enter, as,  all events- bciiig . played under  handicap, everyone* will have an  equal chance. -Kindly record your  entries wilh Mr. J. Dickson as early  as posible so that the handicap  may be arranged without delay.  St. George's' Church Services .  Parish of Enderby: Olh Sunday  after-Trinity. Holy Communion,  8 a.m.; Holy Communion, 11 a.m.;  Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m.  ..' Wednesday, Aug. 4th, being the  anniversary of the Declaration of  War, there will be a service of  Penitence and' Humiliation with  Holy Communion at 10.30 a.m.  If its fruit ices or a delicious cup  of tea. and light lunch that you  want, you will find them at the  Brownie tea rooms.  C," B.'Wintciv-.  F. B. DilkW.  H. ;M VWalkcr  H: G. .Davies;".  ��������������������������� A*.- VFulton V.Vv  H.VW:-KejtH y.  -A.^ReevesV.'V*  Giisy' Schultz; a.  Geo. IB. JohnstonVi*V**.  J.-rA^Dow ..-:.:.\.;  J.VE-> Crane-". ..-."-v.  C.': F.'- Bigge"'/.'.... V  E. lVCoroc.. -.  J.,:W.'Gillm>i.:../:-.  L. J. Proctor. S -.._.._. /  Jas".'Cr Dickson" ���������������������������.V ..  H. N.*" Hendricksdh -.  Okanagan  Saw  Mills-'  G. C.Salt-' ".  F.. Hassard   .;.>..-..  J.- E. -Moore -...-..".-.  S. Fader, .-: :'.���������������������������...  E.-H.1 Craw ford   ...  F.'S.. Stevens -.:?.:..'.  Robert, E. T. Eorsler;  Mrs. C. B.?Winter".  A. C. Skaljng .. 7   N.- Landon    ".  E. J. Mack   :   E.  R.   Peel  ��������������������������� *.  R.  E. Wheeler   ......  C.  Reed   ...-   .$15.00  V'10.00  :V 5.00  -VI 0.00  .:;io:oo  --15.00  v as.oo  Vj- OtOO,  ?'10.00.  .-io:oo  V\5.00  '.M2.50  . ;5:00  V-5.00  \    5.00  .". 5.00  .- 50.00  10.00  .  10.00.  .',10.00  V 5.00  . 20.00  . 15.00  .   .5.00  .  10.00  .    5.00  .- 2.00  .  10.00  .  15.00  .  10.00  .    5.00  townsite .company is now putting  in waterworks. G: L. Williams left  Enderby some clays ago io undertake the- surveying for the water  installation. Mr. Ruttan has just  completed a $3,000 and $6^000  business block, and the Vander-  hoof Hotel company is getting out  plans for a $35,000 hotel, which is  to be" erected this summer. Mr.  H. E.* Blanchard has charge of the  work- under Mr. Ruttan.  TOBACCO FUND  Miss E. M. Forster'has received  acknowledgement S from , Evelyn  Wrench; Hon. Secretary and organizer of llie Over-seas Club, "of  receipt of the funds raised by, the  ladies at thc first Tobacco -Fund'tea  given, some weeks, ago* in K..of P.  Hall:, The "communication   reads:  Please accept our sincere, thanks  for your generous help.by sending  ������������������4,^3s. to our Tobacco Fund for  soldiers ,and-sailors at-the front,  and yolihy wishesi are ^having 'our  best ..attention.^ {The aim of our  Tobacco-Fund is, as "you know, to  keep,. thein - well,." supplied wilh  cigarette's, and' tobacco-during the  whole .timcof ;the-lwar,"and'-your  ki nd -���������������������������"co-operation ,:is '.\very '-:miich  appreciatedrL^V-VV*'V-1  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  ,._ t'*i-' -���������������������������  -*C"i  1^(>>  PSEALEDORDERS':  .     .                % $324.50  Thc committee appointed at the  public_meeting^wiLLthis_week^meet  to further perfect plans for getting  the subscription paper before all  thc people of the outlying district.  In the meantime, anyone desiring  lo subscribe to the machine gun  fund may do so at the Bank of  Montreal or al Reeves' drug store.  The sum of $1,000 must be raised  for the purpose. It was suggested  by Armslrong last week that Enderby.should join with Armstrong  and-between them -give-a machine  gun, but since the movement was  started the spirit of Armslrong  people has become enthused, ancl  thc municipality of Spallumcheen  and City of Armslrong have joined  in giving one gun, ancl another gun  is to be given by public subscription, with the possibility of a  third gun in sight.   IIOS PI TA L AUX1LIA R Y  An important meeting of the  Hospital Auxiliary will be held at  the City Hall, Monday afternoon,  Aug. 2nd, al 3 o'clock, to consider  the question of continuing the hospital lease under the - present arrangement. All interested arc  urged to attend. Immediately following the hospital meeting there  will be a meeting of the Red Cross  Society for lhc purpose of electing  a' president to succeed Mrs. Hen-  niker, who has resigned.  - -Lovers': of.;the "Movies" "have\a  ra rje-treat- iiu store" f or.theni. V Next,  IMo'lidayVyeve n i ngjfthe^m ahagers-** d IV  the y OperaVHouse  will v*showVthe'  great-"*���������������������������*DeLux'?''.attraction*"' ."Sealed}  Orders.'!- "\This- isVsahl -; to "be /the*  greatest "dramatic-^militaryVproduc-  tipn ever.;put outV It is a* six-reel  run, and ~lilled-v'with"<lramatic climaxes at every turn.!   "SealedyOr-  ders'"deals .wilh.the, stirring events  of a very few days.:in-a land-resting under the shadow-of impending   war.     A~ titled- spy,,-Count  Spinclli,-' is   engaged   in 'transmitting Vniililary   information' to   tlie  threatening,   power, through* .the*  medium of carrier pigeons, which  hc" releases from" an old-mill on his  cslatc;Vind about' this noble rogue  the action centres.  Gradually the Teuton armies arey-":V;  tighlcning their grip on the terri-. -*.-"'-  lory about Warsaw, and, while the   7 , y  Russian forces are making a des-'  perate effort to'hold them off, it is* - ,..-  the"gencral belief-in London mili- V-,- ^  tary circles that its fall is onlyifV'V  matter of time. "Reports-stale- th"at% -"V  the  Germans  have  set" upon -cap- --S7..  hiring the Polish capital by. the lsty,->:  of.-August:    Other reports-stale it,-V ���������������������������  is likely to hold,out two weeks or"^   -  more.      German  ollicial  reports aW -.  .  few'days ago staled,.that Von Ilin-^sf.-.  dehburg had captured the Russian-^ ;"'���������������������������  fifth army together with hundreds *-:,;"^  of/canon and 100 carloads oP"am-W-/,  munition...-A clay latcria Petrograd���������������������������Jy:;?  unolhcial , report ' said ' that <**the, >-\VV  "Russian^defense had. stiffened*aiidV^V"*  claimed "that the Russians had/re-;',V'������������������"^"  captured'-' from' the Germans. muchS-; fS-  of'.th'e lerril'orv taken by" Hiridcn-:\..f>  .-  biirg's-troops.    This.report is 'not'^VH;  borne-out by Tuesday's dispatches;.^"v*-t     .  which indicate that the enemy As^-^rf-^t<..  still pressings hard on all - fronts-in \ V"h  the eastern struggle "in an'efforiyto  prevent -the" esc  armies,  **���������������������������"?;*-1  _**<  ^.f.  ���������������������������*:^'  ?t-ji  ^Si\  .'K^'&A  >capc of- thc Russian'&^-^ri^l  "*���������������������������     ������������������������������������������������������       u������������������ k-1*      , _y_n ���������������������������*���������������������������    ^-jiT yd  "���������������������������*i ii I  i J,������������������ nnnlnn/iArlin-   /1_ __ A l1! ���������������������������*_HI^ApJii*_.i-. _ _t^a"*T-l  BRITAIN'S* LOSSES: IN, WAR.  - "v/-***1 t:~ $~ ith  ~v> ,S    '"**  ,     -   - - . ���������������������������--,,*' * VpsJ' " *   ,-���������������������������>'- ^  fc*- *.    _ ��������������������������� "   *��������������������������� * "I*!       ^^^^������������������������������������^"������������������ -**"~ V      ,_   *. "   *   ������������������ "i w������������������   , "4  _.J^������������������   *��������������������������� *i������������������  t*"   * '"i  V According' to" aVprinied* stale- YY^YY^pi  ment^madc'.   public   -by - Premier..r^^vVfe  Asquith-on' thc  27th; the. British.-^-, V-li-;  losses  sincc"thc  great -war  began.<->%-,-*i'  HUNDREDS DROWNED  Between li*00 and 1500 excursionists were drowned al thc .pier  in Chicago last Saturday by the  capsizing of an immense passenger.  steamer.just as__shc_was_abpul .to.  leave on a picnic across the lake.  It is estimated lhal the steamer  carried 2,800 or more passengers.  The federal authorities have instituted an investigation in an effort to place the blame. -  Losing Trinity Valley Business  Valley friend writes  may mention that the  lhc .Eiulerby_ portion.  VAN PERU OOF  PROSPEROUS  Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ruttan and  daughter returned from Vander-  hoof, B.C, on Thursday. Mr.'and.  Mrs. Ruttan left for- the north  again this (Thursday) morning.  Mr. Ruttan says the new town of  Vandcrhoof is prospering. Much  building   is   going   on,   ancl   the  A  Trinilv  the Press: "I  condition-, of  of thc Trinity Valley road has been  such lhat our people have had to  discontinue gelling their supplies  from Enderby. Recently the road  has been under repair, though  whether it is yet in order we have  nol heard."  ��������������������������� In this connection, Road Foreman  Baxter informs the Press that the  road is now in fairly good condition, with the exception of a short  stretch less than a mile from lhc"  Trinity Valley bridge crossing the  river. Here the seepage from the  hill is proving most difficult to  bring under control.  Borrowing from Uncle Sam  The Dominion of Canada has  just issued $40,000,000 of notes  which are to-be taken up by New  York capital. The notes will be  daled August 1, and will be divided  into two maturities, $25,000,000  running for one year and $15,000,-  000 for two years. The last-  named maturity may be increased  to $20,000,000. The notes will  bear interest at 5 per cent.  up lo Julv.20th,-w'c're 330,995. :aOf^v  this   number- G9,000~- were '.killed:^������������������*?���������������������������:  Losses in  thc - Dardanelles" fighting,.^.>rV  reach nearly. 50,000.; _'     **...��������������������������� *:*"���������������������������, ..������������������������������������������������������������������������_  ���������������������������   RESULTS: OF CO-OPERA TION' 77". SS 7  -A_  Love of one's counlry, political  party, cause or church is of a  mighty low sort when ils highest  expression is one of breeding hate  for |he other man's country, parly,  cause or church.���������������������������Vancouver Province.  The   Summerland. Review .says: SS7S/;^  "That the Summerland PoultryVVs;,; ~Y\\A  sociation,   as "recently- organized/'-V^Villas accomplished all it.set oul-torr:���������������������������,V'-'  accomplish, is apparent to all who,.*V���������������������������:-  have  dealings wilh that  organiza- '-.-i'V^  lion.    In  the matter of marketing*: -V'-V,  the^surpltis^cggs^ol-the-community/  y^";  it has attained signal success, and  not only the   poultrymen   bul they   ."  local   merchants   as   well   arc- delighted  with  what the  association  is  accomplishing.    Heretofore  the *  local groccrymen have looked with  apprehension   upon   their   rapidly . .  increasing slock of eggs,praclically  forced upon them -during- a "cohsid- .lli'VLiV  erable portion of thc year, and as a  mailer of self protection have been  compelled to force down lhc price.  ,As now regulated Ihey gel all they  ocal trade, bul no  are forced to pay  price not fixed by  an    over-supplied  local  market  but  a  price  proportionate lo that prevailing throughout thc Province.    Thus both thc  dealer and the producer'arc made  happy, all credit for which is due  thc   Summerland   Poultry  Association."  need  for Iheir  more', and Ihcy  the producer a  conditions    of  ALBERTA   GOES   DRY  By a vote of 47,3-13 to 28,088, the  Province of Alberta decided to cut  oul the liquor -traffic within the  Province, in a referendum taken  ten days ago. The new law, which  will come into effect on July 1st,  1916, will" close all bars, whether  in hotels, clubs or other public  places. -'..,>  No matter what you have need  of in lhe baking line while the  summer days are hot���������������������������Joe has it. ���������������������������i^a-Sv^S?'^  ���������������������������sasa-sKi aftAU*^1':  ������������������-_ .���������������������������^."������������������������������������������������������whar^iHi^f*..&���������������������������;'"? ������������������ ft ������������������* ���������������������������,*;������������������ .?st^;^i*^:rif_������������������'.^'^  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 29, 1915,  GERMAN EAST AFRICA GONE  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every   Thursday at    Enderby," B. C. at  $2  per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch lirst insertion,,25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. $1 an inch per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a line first insertion; 8c a line each subsequent insertion  Reading Neticcs and Locals: 15c a line.  JULY 29, 1915  HANDLING OF 1915 CROP  Judging Irom present indications, the various  branches of the Okanagan United-Growers Association arc going to have to lace serious dillicullies in handling the 1915 .crops oi' fruit and  produce. "And ii will require great patience and  tact on the part of the ollicers oi'- thc various organizations to keep thc crops moving and thc  members loyal lo their organization.    It is the  most dillicull of all ycars, from the tact .that the  markets arc sure to be overloaded owing to thc  over-production   in   other    well-organized   communities across the line, from which quarter will  come the strongest competition.    Coupled with  this is the fact of thc money shortage, which is  certain to have a tendency to keep the prices for  fruit, etc., much lower lhan in ordinary years.  These facts must bc!recognized by our growers  and producers in connection wilh their dealings  with thc Growers' Unions, and there must be a  coming together on,a solid basis of unity of interest. United we can stand, but if there comes  division, intrigue and disorganization will follow,  lo the detriment of all. Patience and a firm determination to stand back of the organization no  matter what conies, will in a large measure save  ihe,dayj'o.r Jhc .growers of the Valley. On the  olher hand, if flie growe rs then i"se 1 ves~ fair*"t"o  meet the requirements of lhc organization, and  become careless and indifferent to its success, the  results will be disastrous lo thc United Growers,  and to the growers individually.  In spite of the wonderful generalship and indomitable fighting of thc Germans in the present  war, when they have pitted against them the  armies of so many nations, their victories up to  the present lime have not been of great consequence in; the ultimate. True, we do not yet  know what the results will be in the great engagement in Poland now raging. It is now quite  probable that Warsaw will fall within a week, if  it has not already been evacuated by'the Russians. If. this is all that is gained by the Germans  in,the drive on Warsaw, while serious, it will not  be fa la 1. But if, in .addition to the capture of  Warsaw, a decisive defeat of the Russian army  is also achieved, thc prospects for Russia arc bad,  and thc assistance that the Allies will get from  lhat quarter in thc next six months will not be  of great consequence. It will enable thc Germans to release great numbers of troops to go  against Italy or thc French' and British on the  West.  Wc arc now closing the lirst year of thc war,  and there is every prospect that when the anniversary comes the Germans will have cleared thc  Russians out of Galicia and will hold the coal  fields of France and her great industrial centres,  all of Belgium and most of Poland���������������������������territory  which before thc war was the home of 20,000,000  people, together with the lichcst mineral districts in these sections of Europe. It will do us  no good to deny these successes and wc might as  well admit them.  But, on thc other hand, let us look upon what  Germany has lost. Thc close of thc first year of  war finds her stripped of every foreign colony.  Japan drove her out of Kiao-chau, her Pacific  possessions, and only last week her East African  territory was wrested from her by the British  troops under General Botha. Thus wc see, after  all the Kaiser's exhortations to Germany to look  to her future on and across thc ocean, the whole  colonial edifice, built up with such pains and at  such cost, has now crumbled lo lhc ground. It  marks for thc German people the frustration of  many fond hopes. Besides the actual loss of thc  Easf Africa colony, upon which she bad expended  so much treasure, there is the further bitter reflections that thc blow was dealt by the Boers,  now loyal British subjects. What a change from  the day when the Kaiser sent to Krugcr his famous imprudent telegram!  We have a good stock  of the following Flour & Feed:  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD GLENORA  ROBIN HOOD RADIUM  OUR BEST CENTENNIAL  VARSITY, HUNGARIAN  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Feed Flours, Wheat, Oats,  Crushed Oats, Barley Chop and a good assortment of  Cereals.   Also Poultry Grits, etc.  We deliver to any part of the city  'TVVCV    ii    CAM      Old Poison Mercantile  lHH-Cn.    OC    OvJll,     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,  GREEN BLOCKS,  $10.00 per M  -     $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $2.25 per load  $1.00 PER LOAD N  Granting the argument that a Chihaman docs  not spend his money on this side of thc ocean,  thc fact remains that for every dollar we pay him  hc not only digs that dcillar out of thc ground,  bul two more besides, which wc keep.  CANADIAN TROOPS FAVORITES  Luther Bui-bank has said lhat if we had paid  no more attention to our plants than we have to  our children we would now be living in a jungle  of weeds.  GUARDING  AGAINST FOREST FIRES  The lasl weekly telegraphic reports received by  the" Minister of Lands, Victoria, concerning the  forest lire hazard were very encouraging, every  dislrict reporting several days of rain, accompanied by cool weather. As a result of the general rains which fell over lhc entire Province in  June and July, lhe lire hazard is less than during  a normal season, and virgin timber is rendered  safe until about August 1st. Thc few (lavs of drv  hot weather have, however, placed cut-over  lands and old burns in an inflammable condition,  and renders lhc extinguishment of any fires now  burning very dillicull and expensive. If drier  weather should continue for any considerable  period there is serious danger lhat such iires  would continue to smoulder until the green timber is in a condition lo burn, and warning is  given lo campers and men in the woods, to be  particularly careful and see lhat all fires are completely extinguished before leaving Ihem.  Herbert Corey, one of thc leading writers of  | America, who has spent many months in thc war  zone, writes as follows:  " "The "Canadian is Ihe best fighting man in the  European war." That statement is not based upon my  unsupported opinion. It is a composite of the statements of German and French and English ollicers.  The case might be built up as follows:  "Wc said at the beginning ol* the war that the 'old  English' were the best soldiers we met," said a German ollicer to mc. "Then the 'new English' came on.  They were better than the 'old English.'  "Thc Canadians arc 'the best fighting men in the  English army," said French ollicers who have had a  chance to watch them in action. "They are stubborn,  devilish, man-killing fighters. They hold a trench as  wel Uix s-t h c=J_n gl i slud o ,-lh cyui rc_f iu_,su pcrioi-in.indi-  SA VE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NOW.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. End,rby   A  /  King Edward  A name that stands for the bestjin hotel service  King Edward Hotel, L������������������4urphV Enderby  i,������������������.l_i.  Alfalfa Meal  A Home Product  vidual rille fire, and they go forward as well as thc  French."  "Very line men," English ollicers have said.   "They  have no superiors in the British forces."  WARSAW THE WEALTHY  The human plant is far more valuable lhan  any form of agriculture we can mention. Yet we  spend millions on new methods lo destroy human  life, bul nothing on its conservation.  If lhc German-Austrian armies succeed in capturing Warsaw, as now seems probable, it will be  a signal victory for lhc Teutons over the Russians  that cannot be minimized.  Warsaw is one of the most important cities in  Eastern Europe. Its history dates from thc Kith  century, though thc first castle was erected there  as early as thc 9th century, and Cassimir thc  Just is supposed to have fortified it in the 11th  century. It is situated on thc left bank of lhe  'Vistula, 387 miles by rail cast of Berlin, and 695  miles southwest of SI. Petersburg (Pelrograd.)  With its 800,000 population, its beautiful river,  its ample accommodations and its commerce, its  university and scientific societies, its palaces and  numerous important places of amusement, Warsaw is one of lhe most pleasant as well as one of  thc most animated cities in Eastern Europe. Also  from a military point of view it has great importance, being the chief stronghold for the defence of Poland. Connected as it is by six trunk  lines wilh Vienna, Kiev and Southwestern Russia,  Moscow, Petrograd, Danzig and Berlin, it is a  commercial  city surpassed  by. few  in  Eastern  Europe.  (   If you have no silo or not sufficient silo room,  it is not loo late to build. Farm roughages were  never so valuable as now.  It stops the leaks in hay-feeding and turns loss into profit.  Improves the stock and increases production.  ALFALFA PRODUCTS. LIMITED  F. R. Prince, Manager  a  Chance at Your---  That this country of ours is suffering from the  lack of farm labor is everywhere evident.  When our farmers have learned how to harvest  alfalfa much of the loss now sustained annually*  on the first cut will have been turned into profit.  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.   ���������������������������""  'N  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound JSy*  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-    THE WALKER PRESS  _ ''i  ~<i  Loose Leaf Billheads  Duplicate Billing Forms  M  Letterheads  ���������������������������7  Envelopes  Statements  Price List!  1  Booklets  Dodgers  4  a  Counter Check Books  Circular Letters (typewriter)  ������������������.1  J J  Stock Certificates  Posters  v**  ��������������������������� >  tt  ���������������������������  Window Cards        ..  Wedding Stationery  Stork Cards  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  *  \  Ball Programmes  Invitations  X  Butter Wrappers  Visiting Cards  0  if. Thursday, July 29, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  BOHEMIAN  ASPIRA TIONS  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  A great- aeroplane, the most  powerful in the world; is being  built in Toronto for the British  Government, and will be known as  "Canada."   -    --'.'.'���������������������������-���������������������������     \   '" * '- '  HME������������������_-  OF CANADA  Money Orders  issued by the  Union Bank of Canada  can be conveniently secured,  safely forwarded, readily cashed,  andl are-inexpensive. Issued for  any siim 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', of -the  1 United States.  Enderby Branch,-, v;   h W. GILLMAN, Manager  SECRET societies:.  Enderby I*d*e No. 40  Segular meeting's **��������������������������� first  Thur������������������d������������������yAon or after the  . full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows -Hall: VisKifife  brethren cordially invited  JNO. WARWICK  ��������������������������� Secretary  R. E.-WHEELER  W. M.  ENDERBY   LODGE  ,    No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  R. H. CRANE, C. C  T. H. CALDER, K.R.S.  ���������������������������      R. J. COLTART. M.P. ,  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  R. N. BAILEY. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  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 J  ENDERBY, B, C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  C������������������mfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekera and Tour-ista invited to give us a trial.  Racial ��������������������������� warfare between Slav  and German has been accepted as  an obvious fact since the war began, but few readers realize how  deep lhis racial hatred 7goes and  how Austria may, at any moment,  be confronted by a revolt of her  Slavic subjects. Geographically  the most important of the Slav  slates belonging lo lhc Austrian  Empire is the kingdom of Bohemia  and ils Czech (Bohemian) inhabitants arc continually al loggerheads with their German neighbors. Thc reasons for this slate of  things are made clear by the London Morning Post, which says:  "To explain this antagonism, it  is necessary to go back lo.Vhe  period of lhe Reformation, which  lc,d lo lhe Hussite wars. It was  John Huss, the Rector of the University of Prague (1392-1415), who  adopted the doctrine of John Wy-  clif.:"For two centuries the Czech  peasants repelled successfully a  number of invasions of the German and Hungarian papal armies,  which ravaged Bohemia' in the  same way as their decendanls  have done- in Belgium and Servia.  But the odds were too great. Half  Europe was in arms against Bohemia, and the martyrdom of its  population began with thc defeat  of the Bohemians in the Battle of  -White Mountains (1620). -y  ,' "Two-thirds of the population  were cither exterminated or driven  abroad, and many emigrants settled in England, where they founded the Moravian Church."  "VThosc who remained "at home,  says the Posl, elected the ancestors  of. the present Austrian. Emperor to  thc throne of Bohemia. S "A mistake for which they had and still  have to* pay dearly; because thc  Hapsburgs broke the . contracts  made with the^Czech nation... The  Hapsburgs' had.'only one,:thought*:  to destroy the glory of Bohemia,  to.stille the.culture of the",Czechs,  and to kill their language, in .which  Chclcicky'^'and--, other" ~. Bohemians  preached To The world universal  peace,.equal rights for all men a*nd  religious liberty."   ,        _ -,  --.Centuries of Germanization have  not deprived the Czech of his" individuality.' "This individuality of  the  Czechs is 'a  characteristic of  Ihe   peasantry   of   Bohemia,   who,  following  old   traditions,   devised  a"  distinctive   style   of   arranging  Iheir   homes   and- their   costumes.  They have their own poetry, music  dances,   customs   and^ ceremonies,  all  of  which  way  be   considered  as  the  artistic  side . of  Bohemian  peasant culture.    Thc Czechs look  now  with  pride   upon   the   traditional art of- their peasants, seeing  ih it many links with the various  branches of the Slavonic race.  The Post'foresees the utter defeat  of Ihe two Kiasers and prophesisies  -Ihe���������������������������crect ion=^o ������������������=_a n=i nd epen d en L  kingdom' of Bohemia."  has its own dangers which it'must  avoid by taking thought and determined action in the light of this  thought. If an autocratic aristocracy has been a heavy burden upon  the German people, it al least has  made for organized, unified community effort. If international  peril has imposed or seemed to  impose lhe staggering weight of  armies, il also has forced organized  unified effort. And if we in  America happily lack those influences we must sec to it that we do  not lake advantage of Iheir absence  lo shirk lhc good they have accomplished while preoccupied  with the evil.' Americans have  shown genius for organization, but  it has been in, the sphere of private  profit and often counter to the  public good. But we need lo put  away the ingenuous notion of some  of our leaders of,thought and action that we can return to the primitive individualism of the past. The  way lo cure the evils of.organization is by. more organization,, and  the progress of .this country lies  along the pathway of a more highly  organized community life."  KITCHENER'S SOLEMN CALL--  WAR IN ITS SECOND STAGE,  Thus far all predictions and calculations in connection wilh. the  war have failed to materialize, and  it is just possible.this summing up  will, be as far cstray as any that  have been made. However, it is  interesting to recall that General  Joffre, the great French commander, is reported as saying that the  war falls into three parts: the first  was the German offensive last fall  which was- slopped at thc Marne;  the second is still in progress, but  is said to be. about half- over, and  consists of what is virtually a  siege of Germany, .insofar as the  west. is .. concerned. The third  stage, -according", to-the reported  belief of the -French, commander,  will** be comparatiyely brief.1,1 From  this* it-is, to: be assumed- that-jn his  opinion ��������������������������� Germany-% vyill ���������������������������"! have ,*so  .weakened herseff-Aw men and' munitions by ;heii.fighting on.-the east-  ern,front and"hc"i\_espcrate sorties  in the west" that .when .the final  allied assault takes place she will  be quickly beaten'. *"'-- '  -   "**  Concluding his recent speech in  the House of Commons Lord Kitchener spoke thus- solemnly: "It  has been well said lhal in every  man's life there is one supreme'  hour lo which all his earlier experiences move and from which all  future results may be reckoned,  For every individual Briton, as  well as our national existence, lhe  solemn hour is now. striking. Let  us take heed to the great opportunity it offers and which most assuredly wo musl grasp now, and al  once, or never. Let each man of  us sec that wc spare nothing, and  shrink from nothing if only we  may lend our full weight to the  impetus which will carry lo victory thc. cause* of our honor anl'  freedom."  UPSETS   CALCULATIONS  . A London- dispatch says that the  set-back, suffered bydUissia has upset^ calculations in high places in all-  the countries of lhc Entente powers'  and has put back thc.chances.of  peace overtures, Irom'Germany for  months Nearly everyone in o'fliciaT  circles in Great Britain is resigned  to another winter campaign, but-  there;is a small but vcrv influential  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion -  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Nol more than 2500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the, applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  in surveyed territory lhe. land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory thc 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  arc nol available, but not otherwise.  A royally shall be paid on the .merchantable output of thc mine at the  rale of five cents per ton.    V  The person operating the mine  shall.;.furnishJthc Agent wilh sworn  returns': accounting for the full  quantity'* of ^ merchantable coal*  mined and pay lhe royalty thereon.  If-the coal- mining rights arc not  operated, such j-cturns should be  furnished at least once'a year.  Thc lease will- include the coal  mining rights only, but-lhe* lessee  may be pcrmillcd.to purchase what-  LEARNING THE LESSON  O.K.  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  A dispatch recently told of Berlin voting $08,000,000 for civic improvements which are now being  carried on quietly and systematically inspitc of the war, and this  leads the Chicago Tribune to draw  lhis lesson: "We may disapprove  or detest lhe use Germany is making of her organized might. We  must confront thc fact, nevertheless  lhat whether il is perverted and  abused or nol, it represents Ihe  most tremendous force in lhc  world today in peace not less than  in war, and thai the progress of  our own nation as of all civilized  mankind lies 'in the development  of organized community life.' Wc  cannot hold our place, wc cannot  go forward by the methods of thc  frontier. Wc, too, arc now of the  centre, in thc main stream, and we  must ourselves develop through  study, forlhoughl, science, self-  sacrifice, and self-control a fully  organized community.  "If we do not wc shall fall behind  and eventually go down as the unready and unorganized always  must godown before the organized.  America is fortunate in having no  aristocratic incubus and no such  terrific pressure within or without  as has created or sustained a militaristic  casle  and  policy.    But  il  CENSORSHIP IN CANADA  A new order-in-council appeared  in the Ottawa.Government Gazelle  on Saturlay.establishing censorship  iri Canada. Large powers- arc taken  by this regulation; which has been  framed under Ihe War Measures  Act. One clause provides that  censors may be appointed to censor all' productions- of any publisher or printing establishment,  and that after such appointment no  literature is to be issued until censored. The printing of any news  concerning war ' movements or  operations, _or..criticising_.or__com_  minority, apparently well informed . ever 'available surface rights, as may  which believes in the possibility of j be, considered 'necessary for the  beating Germany" to her knees by working of the mine, at thc rate bf  ,i i    i. .1    " . m-i     ������������������10 an acre. - -   ;  the end ol  the present year.    Ihe?    For fll]| information application  general belief is that the Allies will should be made to the Secretary of  b ein possession of Constantinople* the department of thc Interior, Ot;  by the end-of-September, and that ta���������������������������V������������������r to any Agent or sub-Agent  October will see rumors of,peace  proposals, and secret j negotiations  which -might ' assume" a   definite  of-Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,-     .V  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B'--Unaulhorized publication-.- f r  ,,   ,   ,   ,.       ,,         ,    .      ....      ..   this advertisement" will-not'be-paid-  phase before the actual selling in jor 58782.,, ���������������������������",  of winter.  Blood \will tell,; -but- the Wall  Street- Journal* thinks" there arc  other and better ways of telling.  menling upon lhc'policy, proceedings or action of lhc Government  of any nci'ilral stale, if such would  interfere wilh thc success of the  Allied forces or prejudice Allied  relations, will be deemed a contravention of thc censorship order.  Prosecution is to be taken by  the Attorney-General of Canada.  A "fine" nol" exceeding $5,000, and  imprisonment not exceeding' two  ycars, i.s provided for conviction*  on incliclmcnl, and for summary  conviction a fine not exceeding $2,-  000 and imprisonment nol exceeding six months.  Publication by offending establishments may also be suspended  indefinitely at thc will of the Secretary of State, under whom censorship will be exercised.  IN:   THE     MATTER-  :OF 1 THE  V ESTATES OFV THE ". LATE VSO-  " PHI A COOKE,, Deceased. -Sj. .\_  iNOTICE IS HEREBY/GIVEN JhaL  all .-.persons' having-claims .against  the   estate;- of-' ��������������������������� the-* late ^SOPHIA  COOKE   deceased;  are ^hereby ./required to forward "same.to'me'oh:  or  before   the   31st   day   of  July,  when, lhe  administrator-will  proceed to-ciistribute',.thc" assets ,"of'the  said   deceased -among  the  parties  entitled thereto, having "regard only  to thc claims of which notice "shall  have been given, and that he will  not-be liable for the said assets or.  any part .thereof so distributed ~tc|  any person of whose" claim" notict  shall not have been duly received  by him at thc time of said distribution.-  - Dated at Enderby. B.C., this lsl  day of Julv, A. D. 1915.  II.  G-.  DAVIES,  ���������������������������   Barrister, etc.  Bell Block; Enderby, B. C.  fS_i  Fresh JV_eats;I  If you want- prime;"' fresh meats,'���������������������������"we?T-���������������������������-'"������������������  have them."'-' Our?cattle-' are' grain-f&dvV^rS^fefs;  ."and .selectedi.by r'our-'o.wbr buyersi fr6n4S'>Kig?S$i  the--richest j feeding ^grounds ,in * Alber-=vK$vVS?\|  ta, arid are- killed-'*'a_d brought;.to^tHe:-.,^I^-jf|;5;  meat' block..strictly' FRESH.- V'>.*���������������������������"���������������������������':V^'frf;Y0i*  -.. '"We buy. first-hand 'for"spot 'cash;. ������������������-'V*!" "~*"'J  caB give'--youc the ,besf, price pbssiblt'.  G. R. SKarpe,  *    '    Endekby-, B. C.  Customer's Own Material Made  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up. _  Gleaning, Pressing & Repairing;.  ;,;- a.e;west-  Ladies' and Gents'.Tailor.  North End of Old Poison Mercantile Warehouse  Since the war began- Germany  has added six battleships to its  complement. This fact induces the  New York Telegraph to remark  that if the war holds out long  enough Germany will have to enlarge the Kiel Canal.  To Whom it Hay Concern  Whereas much damage to growing crops and ornamental shrubs  has been committed by adults and  children on my farm, the public,  including children, are hereby notified that all trespassers will be  prosecuted. GEO. R. LAWES  Enderby, May 20, 1915.  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  QflG Sweet Cream 0|](j  0U      FOR   Fndprhv    0\J  per pound of  Butter Fat.  p������������������r po nd of  Butter Fat  -��������������������������� * '   ^V  We have contracts for supplying the Troop Camp.at  Vernon, and can put money into the pockets of every  man who has cream to sell in the Armstrong-Enderbv  district.   Prompt payment, 1st & 15th of each month  Write or Phone AT ONCE���������������������������must not delay  Armstrong Creamery Armstrong ���������������������������j--i-i^*-aa*-.���������������������������.-r.>xi.i-:itr*"-.r  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, July 29, 1915  UNLEARNING AND LEARNING  AMERICAN  NOTE   TO   GERMANY  The text of the last note to Germany by President Wilson was  made public on Saturday. After  slating that the last German reply  to the former note was "unsatisfactory," and thai it avoided making  reply to the former demands, the  new note concludes:  ���������������������������'The Government-of the United  The following interesting letter  comes from C. G. Saunders, eldest  surviving son of .Mr. R. H. Saunders  of Trinity Valley, now in camp at  Shorncliffc,  Kent, :Eng.:  "Mere we are "at lasl, and I guess  here wc will slay for three or four  months, for we have a lot  to un-  learn nnd learn We had ;i ^nel"jStalos and the Imperial German  Irom the O.C. ol the V h. J\, con-* Government, contending for the  laining a general idea of the  schedule under which we arc lo  liain, and it i.s very different from,  what wc have had. II is all individual work, learning lo load and  fire quickly and accurately being  the principal Ihing. Absolutely no  retfimcnlnl drill, Ihe regiments and  same great object, have long stood  together in urging the very principles upon which the Government  of the United Slates solemnly insists. They are contending for the  freedom of the sens. The Government of thc Uniled Slates will continue to contend for lhal freedom,  from whatever quarter violated,  without   compromise   and   at   any  brigades onlv working together on  cost.    It  invites  thc  practical   co-  r,r,u\ ������������������-nrl- -mrl rmiif m-n-chcs The i operation of the Imperial German  field woik .md ionic iruicncs.  i llc!co_opcl..ltion 11U1V :,CCOmplish most,  oflicers, Irom captains up, are g*o-j J1IK| lnjs grc.,i common object be  ing inlo the Irenches soon in order! most strikingly and effectively  lo  get  the necessary  training nnd j achieved.  ��������������������������� i      Y-i     ,w  ...v. The   Imperial   German   Govern-  expenence, and while thc> aicJmenl expresses thc hope that this  away we arc to get our leave, 50 object may be in some measure ac-  per cent at a time, for one week, complished  even  before  the' pres-  "Wn l-i-irl rinitp n nlcis-int vova'"������������������'cnt war ends.   It can be.   The Gov-  Y\e had quite a pleasant ">������������������>'=-icrnment  of thc  Ulliled  Slalcs  not  considering we were troops. 1 lie|only feels obliged to insist upon il,  weather was cold all the way, bar:by whomsoever violated or ig-  one day.   Wc had not seen thc sun! nbred,  and   for  the  protection   of  'its own citizens, but is also deeply  interested in seeing it made practi-  I cable between belligerents them-  ' selves, and holds itself ready at  I any lime lo act as the common  ' friend who may be privileged to  : suggest a way.  |    "Jn the meantime, the very value  I which   lhis  Government  scls  upon  I the long and  unbroken  friendship  | between   the   people   and   Govcrn-  jment of the United Slates and the  ! people and Government of the Gcr-  jman   nation   impels   it   to   impress  ! very  solemnly  upon   the  Imperial  fGerman  Government  the  necessity  ��������������������������� for   a   scrupulous   observance   of  I neutral  rights in this critical  mat-  | tcr.     Friendship   itself   prompts   il  lo sav to lhe Imperial German Government    that    repetition    by    the  commanders of German naval vessels   of   acts   in   contravention-of  those  rights must be regarded  by  thc    Government    of   thc    United  States when  they  alFcct American  citizens.as deliberately unfriendly.'  for   four   days   when   wc   reached  our escort, two Destroyers, so had  nol been aole to gel our "bearings"  and   the   escort   signalled   lhat  wc  were five miles south of our "dead  reckoning."     The   Destroyers   arc  dapper   boats,    and    could    fairly  "waltz around us," though we were  making IS knots there.    We had a  time with  "guards"  while passing  through    the    danger    zone.      We  mounted   machine   guns   ancl   had  120 men on deck with rifles from  daylight  till   dark, besides the ordinary ship guard of 80 men.    Of  course,  all   we   could   have  done  would have been to smash the periscope.    As  it  happened,  we  only  sighted  one,  about  two  hours before making port.   I was on guard  on thc port side of the promenade  deck.    The Destroyer on the starboard  side  suddenly  raced--across  our bows and wc gave a yelp and  went  hard  lo  the starboard.    The  submarine   evidently   thought   thc  odds two much, and,sank; anyway,  -"-frothing   hil   us,   and   we   saw   no  more.    These high-built boats give  an' awful lurch in turning quickly.  We   gol   inlo   Devonport   about  ���������������������������������������������1.30 p. m., Sunday, landed Monday  morning    and    reached   here   that  night.   Tis good to gel back'in thc j  Old Country again.   Il has a beautv'  all  ils   own:    something   peaceful  and   restful   to  thc  eye,  which  is  clill'crcnt  to  the  rugged   beauty of  the  Hockies.  "We are beginning lo learn something about thc war from the  wounded, of which the town is  full. Shortness of ammunition i.s  whal is holding us back as well as  .- How Note is Received at Berlin  Berlin, July 24.���������������������������The Lokal  An-  zeigcr   in   an   apparently   inspired  article, asserts its confidence  thai  Germany,  in  utilizing  its  submarines in the future, will endeavor to  combine,   advantage   for   Germany  wilh  the  least   possible  detriment  to neutral  interests, and  expresses  the belief  that the American'note  will furnish ground for further negotiations.    After pointing out the  friendly form of thc note the Lokal  Anzejgcr says: "After the previous  negotiations, thc confidence is justified  that  Germany will  continue  to employ her valuable submarine  weapon,   over   which   thc   present  difference of opinion has arisen, in  a   manner  useful   to  us  and   least  damaging   for   neutrals.     We   had  within international law, although  they, may ��������������������������� involve "a .new application of principles, and argues that  is is proper to await a judicial interpretation. The note, in the  most courteous language, holds  that Great Britain's action is justified by the decisions of the Uniled  Slates supreme court in cases  arising during thc civil war. Any  differences with the Uniled Slates  over what is termed lhe new application of principles arc held to  be proper for submission to judicial settlement.  GETTING UP TO THE COW  An average good cow will  change three tons of hay and one  ton of grain inlo 300 pounds of  butter, 6,500 pounds of skim milk,  one calf and 6 Ions of manure during about eight months.  Granting that lhe skim milk, the  calf and thc manure, pay for all  the work, thc 300 pounds of butter  is the pay for the feed.  This butter produced during thc  winter will bring an income of  about $90.  The three tons of hay and one  ton of grain-would have to sell at a  pretty high price to bring any such  income. In ordinary years and  on the average market, -^O for the  one ton of grain, and 83(5 for the  three tons of hay, or a total of S5G,  is considered to be about "what this  feed would bring.  According to investigations a  dairy cow will recover for human  food aboul 25 per cent, of thc dry  digestible matter consumed; a hog  about 15 per cent., and a steer  about 3 percent.  This, together with the fact that  a good dairy cow will return 82  worlh of produce for every 81  worth of feed consumed, should  cause farmers working expensive  land and raising expensive feed to  carefully study the various phases  of lhe work of the dairy cow.  The profits of a dairy cow can  be anticipated and realized with a  greater degree of surety than in  any other one phase of farming.  . A manure crop. of grain, and a  high price for the same may be  anticipated,.but seasons and conditions of- market may be unfavorable Feed for cows and a good  steady market, are as sure as anything can be in this world-of-production.      The returns  are quick.  The feed may.be fed to the cow  and thc product realized on, even  during the same day. This avoids  credits at the store and in thc  bank. Thus thc dairyman may be  independent, and able lo pay his  debts as fast as he contracts them.  Our Sale will close  August   14th  Only 20 days more of  these extraordinary bargains in Hardware of  every description. HeDs���������������������������_te i  We can save you 20 per cent on every dollar's worth  of goods you buy. Hundreds are taking advantage  of these prices.   WHY NOT YOU.  Plumbing, .Heating, Tinsmithing.   Bring .along your repairs.  PLUMBING, HEATING Jl NSMITHI NG  Columbian College  New Westminster, B. C.  Ladies' College ...     Young Men's Academy  If your son or daughter wishes to "take���������������������������   \Y J  Preparatory or Advanced AcademicWork,-   a -"- " ' V T''-.- ~v>   -V  .'A Commercial Courserr.   .>v  "v" y;   .-._���������������������������' ". v~v'...-. V  Piano, Violin; Voice or Theory,    ���������������������������  7- V   v'   V  ���������������������������'.... .       elocution or Art or Domestic Science,  Columbian College Offers Special Advantages  Will open September 8th. fl* J| j|ty|)|y������������������ p-fety  J  BROWN AND WHITE BREAD  There arc sixteen elementary  substances in thc human body. According to an expert in the employ  l-iussin.  before  things  and il will be three months!  and have, naturally, no interest in j of the federal government ordinary  arraying  neutrals  against  us.    On  white flour contains four of these.  Lloyd    George    will   have  in   running   order.     Thos  who have been  iTVit are confident  we have nothing to fear if we get  enough ammunition.  "The accommodation in camp is  fierce, the worst being a lack of  water. But Ihey are laying ou  more and pulling up more tents.  Wc are 13 and M in a tent, with all  our kits and rifles. Some of us prc-  ���������������������������for -the~opcn���������������������������air; -No���������������������������lights���������������������������allowed. We are gelling right down  to work now: eight full hours, not  including fatigues."  HEAVY APRICOT SHIPMENTS  All day long and well inlo thc  night Ihe Stimmerlanl I-'ruil Union  warehouse i.s a busy place. -.Apricots, for which orders for 20 or 25  carloads are already booked, are  coming in freely, heavy drayloads  arriving well into lhe Hight. The  cots are all pul through lhc prc-  cooling plant, and then loaded into  refrigerator cars. Altogether il is  expected lhat ten carloads will he  .started rolling from here this  week. Garlords arc being shipped  to Vancouver, Brandon, Regina,  Saskatoon. Winnipeg and Hamilton, Onl.. the latter being seconds  for jamming.-Summerland   Review  Dark flour, ground from thc entire  wheat, contains.twelve.  __Men_ and...women, who. _cat__whjte  i lhe contrary, il must be our intention   to  avoid   everything  unncces-  ���������������������������_sa ri l-\-^_en d a ngeidng_Jh ___w.aU__on*_  prehended rights of neutral states."!bread   because  it  is  pleasanter .io|nioncv  it  is  WOrthy  of  attention.   ��������������������������� ! the'sight iand perhaps a little dain^ ^nd'there ^are*1hose who actually  to!  been preached by health experts.  It is now being preached by practical economists also. .A bushel of  wheat will .yield forty pounds of  dark flour, and only .thirty pounds  of white Hour. Moreover, the  grinding of the white Hour is considerably more expensive. If  wheat prices arc to continue to advance these are matters of importance. Anyway, why not try the  experiment of eating whole wheal  bread? If one gets considerably  jnor-c���������������������������f-ood^_.f.oi__-considc_ablj^Jess.  prefer it, and eat it regardless of  its bearing*1 on cither health or the  pocketbook. So please pass the  brown bread.  "Rough on Rats" clears out  Rats, Mice, etc. Don't die in House.  15c-25c. At drug and country stores    i  Municipal  vs. International Law  The following paraphrase of a  note sent to thc British Government  by the United States was made  public at Washington lnsl .week.  This note has no relation to the  .genera Vnolc-on..contraband,_which:  is  now in  course of'preparation:  "fn   view   of   differences ������������������������������������������������������ which  are understood to exist between the  two governments as to the principles  of  law   applicable   in    prize  court proceedings in cases involving    American    interests,    ami    in  order    lo    avoid    any    misunderstanding as to ��������������������������� lhc altitude of lhe  United Slates in regard lo any such  proceedings,    lhc    Government    of  the    United    Slates    informs    the!  British  Government that in so  far |  as  Ihe  interests of American  cili-j  -/.ens  arc   concerned   il   will   insist  unon  their  rights under the  prin-,  ciples   and   rules   of   international!  law   as   hitherto    established    gov-j  er  wi  A  tier to the la_te are throwing awayi  a great part of the nutrition of the  grain.    This i.s going  to cattle in  the form of \arious feeds.  The whole-wheat gospel has long  WEEK  ning neutral trade in lime of wnyj      ,      ,  .,       ^       .  T-Wo-nin'*;  ithout   limitation   or   impairment ; -LOOK at tne   Ul eat .Ddl galliot her  nrders-in-counci  or  A Royal Commission i.s lo be appointed by thc Dominion Govern-  menl lo investigate lhe question of  increased agricullural production,  in the Dominion, together wilh the nok  related questions of wider markets,  further employment for the unemployed, immigration and co-operation.  municipiillegislalion by the British | m OU_   DOLLAR WINDOW  Government,   and   will   not   recog-j.- Ponfe"   Fiiv-niVhiricrc;  nize Ihe vuliditv of prize court pro-; m    OIU    UentS     flliniSningS  ceedings   taken   under   ������������������������������������������������������esiraints j Department.   Everything in  imposed bv  British municipal law "��������������������������� t ,J ���������������������������=>  in    derogation    of   the    i*!Kht.s____or the WlridOW IS   a Dig dollar S  worth, and some are worth  three or four times that; but  Enderby Music Store  Grindrod Grocery  We believe we can - save  you DOLLARS if you will  buy your GROCERIES at  our GRINDROD store. We  have saved dollars for  other patrons���������������������������why can't  we for YOU? Give us a  trial order and let us convince  you.    Fresh  goods.  H. ITOMKINSON  GENERAL GROCER  GRINDROD  A men ran  lional law  citizens   under   inlernn-  Grcal Britain's Reply  Washington, July 20. ��������������������������� Great  Britain's replv to lhc American  of March 30th protesting  against enforcement of the orders  in council which restrict neutral  (���������������������������������������������������������������������������������minercc, was received here to-  dav.    It holds that the orders are  everything in the window is  going at $1.  W.J. WOODS  3c Wall Papers are  all gone, but some  pretty things left at  5c and up  Specials for the balance of this  month in Sewing Machines:  FROM TEN DOLLARS UP  A Ten Dollar Machine will sew  as well as the best.  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor  Ranchers,  Attention!  Now is thc time to paint your  House, Barn or outbuildings.  Paint is going AT COST; labor  about HALF-PRICE.  If you have not the cash, what  will you trade?  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Box 43, Enderby.  WANT ADS  FOB SALE���������������������������Cheap: Little pigs,  one sow and registered boar. H.  F. Cowan. 3t  '--.������������������  4  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-tf

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