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Array Yu\si   "; 7.  ^orr  -./'  //  P  y  Enderby, B.C., June 17, 1915  AND      WALKERS      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 16; Whole No. 370  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  v."  - Honest Injun, now; wasn't that  a hail of a storm !  Freight service over the K.V.R.  was-opened this week.'  P. W. Chapman, of Vernon, yis-  ��������������������������� ited* Enderby on Saturday.  .  The Deep Creek rural delivery  mail service will start July 1st  A. McPherson says the most popular noosepaper is the marriage,  certificate.  W. J. Lemke left for'Seattle on  Wednesday, to- be absent _a week  or ten. days. - .     -  In  struggling, to serve God and  * save *its- face- militarism' has almost  damned the .world.  ��������������������������� V. Heber Brown, of New Westminster, is visiting his parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Geo. Brown.  .    Mrs.   McKenzie   is   spending   a  .. month, with her mother, Mrs. Thos.  J. Brash^ from the coast.  , ~JRev> Mr. Beattie, the new pastor  v of .the Methodist Church, Enderby,  - took' the "pulpit'Tast Sunday.   "    "' ~-  VDon't  forget.the strawberry social'atythe Opera "House Friday; "at  * T^O'p.riv; inltheinterest bf the/Red  Cross fund  story is. one of intense interest,  and should well" repay the management for getting it for Enderby.  Reels three" and four* will be shown  next Saturday evening.  Armstrong is making big preparations for the 1st of July celebration there. Enderby's baseball  team is scheduled for a game with  PRESIDENT WILSON'S NOTE  The principal points in the rejoinder sent, to. Germany by the  United States are as follows:  The proclamation of a war zone  by. Germany and warnings o'f its  perils cannot "be accepted" as modi  fying the rights of American ships  Armstrong, and there will be other} to ply the high seas and of Ameri-  field sports and horseracing. In  addition to the Armstrong Band,  the Military Band from Vernon  canip will be in attendance.  The last day for obtaining rebate ' on City taxes will be June  30th. A rumor has been current  that the time was to be. extended,  but this is not the case. The rebate  offered this year, is a.considerable  one, and_well worth saving; it is  offered for prompt, payment, ancl  there is just one. way in Which to  obtain it, andjhat is by paying up  before the end of, the month. -  Rev.% Mr. Hedley, and family left  Enderby last,Friday, for. Nile, Ont.  Mr.JHedley expects,to,resume work  in the vicinity, of his early life, and  he carries-back-with'-"him -toxoid  Ontario-much-bfcvalue'in the -work  Tt; P.:;Bradleyvmbtor������������������d",over fromlilearriejl rinVhis ^experiences;iir.ythe  Chase -on -"Friday,- and -spent,a.'few  hours! onVbusiness"and--, pleasure  withs Enderby^ friends:". J /��������������������������� -���������������������������* S '-"  Miss Jainicsori, of .the"Brownie  Tea Rooms, wiirieavefbr England  on Saturday to take up the work of  the Red Cross at the front.  A strawberry social,will be held  under -the - auspices of the Red  Cross Society, Friday evening, 18th  June at 7.30, in tlie^Opera House.  An Enderby gardener is authority for the statement that a hail  proof-tomato plant is as necessary  as an umbrella for this "summer"  weather. _  Parish of Enderby, 3rd Sunday  after Trinity: 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., :Mattiris and Holy  Communion; 7.30 p.m., Evensong.  -All-aUEnderby.  "What parable in the Bible do  you like best?" was" asked of an  Enderby Sunday school lad the  other day, and the answer was,  "The one about the feller wot loafs  an' fishes."  A meeting of the Woman's Club  will be held at the house of Mrs.  Pearson, Enderby^ on JunelDlh,  ar2~p.ni. Subject, "The Advantages of Outdoor Work for Women.'  Speaker, Mrs. Bobson.  Horsemen who have animals to  dispose of are urged to bring forward such animals when the Government Remount Officer stops off  at Enderby, Saturday, July 3rd.  Particulars as to requirements will  be found on another page.  Hamilton Earl, late of Covent  Garden, Eng., has been added to  the "1915 -Follies" since their recent visit to Enderby. Mr. Earl is  said to have the best baritone voice  heard in Canada. He will be with  the Follies next Monday evening,  the 21st.  Buckley's Star brand head lettuce is one of the best known products of Armstrong. The C.P.R.  dining cars and hotels feature it.  We have to thank Mr. Buckley for  a sample crate of it. After enjoying its delicious flavor and crisp-  ness we can well understand its  popularity.  The first reels of the great picture story "The Million Dollar  Mystery," were shown at the Opera  House last Saturday evening.   The J  West."-; He and 'Mrs. '.Hedley "leave  many;.friends in Enderby?arid vicinity-" who-wish . them - every, success in the new" work-in the-old  field,.- 7   ���������������������������   -   -        '"   ''���������������������������'���������������������������-, yV:  , s There is, not a section cf-the-Oka-  nagan District that..will show better   advancement   than   has' taken  place in the vicinity of Mara the  past year or. two.    Particularly is  this true of that'section from the  school  house  north in  the  direction of Mara lake, and when the  lake road now "in the rough," is  finally completed, it will give easy  access to  dozens  of  settlers 'who  are now opening up a fine stretch  of country.*  Armstrong people have been  wide awake to the possibilities in  connection with supplying the big  cans- to travel on merchant vessels  of belligerent nationality.  " The United States is convinced  that Germany" recognizes the necessity of ascertaining whether contraband of war is/aboard a.neutral  vessel and of providing' for- the  safety of noncbinbatants aboard an  unresisting  merchantman.  The Lusitania was not an armed  auxiliary of the British navy  transporting troops and carrying  explosives " in contravention of  American law, as contended-by the  German government. '"'.,-���������������������������  - If .the vGermany-government^pos^  sesses -"convincing--evidence"-; -that  American-- officials,-failed*"--toy-perform .their.,-duty ^t6>enfofe.-the Jaw  and maintain inviolatevUhe'VneuT  trality/of the" United^ States! in the  case of the-Lusitania^the American  "_o vernmenf���������������������������"asRs^Haf* the* irif drma*-  tiori-besubmitted.^ '-'-r:-*;-'.'";;^ -~  .The presence of ammunition in  the cargo"; even ^if .itsVexplbsioh*  contributed . to the destruction of  the Lusitania, does not:justify the  sinking of the .vessel withoubwarn-  ing. The only vital fact" is that a  great passenger steamer '"was 'torpedoed-and sunk without so much  Germany agrees to "abandon the  submarine warfare on commerce  Great Britain could not ignore the  President's demand to modify the  blockade.   _"  A later report says that President  Wilson will not send another note  to Great Britain until the German  reply is received.*  -LATEST WAR SUMMARY  THREE MILLION MEN  The. total number of men for the  army and navy sanctioned by 'Parliament for service -so far ih the  present war is , 3,200,000./ This  number will-not be exceeded without authority of Parliament, said  Premier Asquith, thus setting vat.  rest rumors that other forces had  been- mobilized * without ��������������������������� public,  knowledge. The. Premier asked  for an additional credit, in. the  House of Commons on* Monday in  the .* amount/, of .' $1,250,000,000, Ao  carry- on ttie*waruntif next March,  stating that the war-is*now"-cpsting  Great. ^Britain "alone, the huge! sum.  of $15,000,000 a;day..;Vr*V "/ V-'; ;  :������������������_'---/"  Sr   {WINDOW7SHOW-OFF,   "  "���������������������������-V "V"-*" **���������������������������*       *���������������������������"-"v :   ,   -,****  --At a.meeting of the-Executive.of  the Enderby, Horticultural ��������������������������� Society  Monday   evening, it "was' decided;.  owing to  the disastrous".effect  of  hailstorm- of .Sunday .'upon the* gar-*  dens,- to call-the window show off  which "was to have been-held on"  the 19th of June.-. If was also de-*  cided'to  close  all  entries  in  the  as a challenge..or a warning; and/garden competitions* (children ancl  needs oflhe mi 1 itary camp* at Ver-  non, and have captured several  contracts which will bring many  thousands of dollars each month  into the pockets of Armstrong citizens. The Creamery is the latest to  capture big business. Through it,  Enderby dairymen have an opportunity of disposing of every gallon  of sweet cream they can produce,  and the cash will come forward  the 1st and 15th of each month.  Once upon a time a United States  Senator representing the state of  Kansas, was "approached" by a  delegation of farmers who complained of the many things the  farmers of Kansas used to think  they had a right to complain of.  The Kansas senator had the reputation of speaking plainly on any  subject he was conversant with.  After patiently hearing the complaints of thc farmers of Kansas,  hc turned abruptly to the spokesman of the delegation ancl said:  "K seems to me, if the farmers of  Kansas would raise a little less hell  and more hogs ancl .hominy they  would get along a deal better."  Those words, "stuck," ancl from  that day to this hogs ancl hominy  have been the backbone and hams  and bacon sides of Kansas.  that men/ women and children  were sent lo their * death in circumstances unprecedented in  modern warfare."  Compelled to act by the sacrifice  of 115 American lives the United  States" contends for the "high and  sacred rights of-humanity," which  no government justifiably can resign on behalf of its,citizens.  _.On 1 y^r e s ist a nee or.refus aLtO-sto p.  on the part of a merchantman justifies a captor in endangering the  lives of passengers, and this rule  is recognized in the German admiralty orders.  adults) on the 24th -of, June, .and;  that if 15 gardens in each competition , are not entered these ,will  not be held. It might be well to  .add that there is no entry fee for  the children's competition, but all  adults entering must become members of the Society by payment of  the membership fee of 50c. The"  prizes are, adults, 1st, $25; 2ndj  ������������������15 ;=.3rd^ai 0.=_Child ren,^lst, V$5;:  2nd, $3; 3rd, $2.  HOPES TO LIFT BLOCKADE  Any lady who will make candy  for the garden social to be held at  the Enderby Opera House on Friday,  June 18th, in aid of the Red Cross  Fund, please leave offering at the  hospital on that day. Smallest  contributions   thankfully  received.  Washington, June 15.���������������������������After dispatching his uncompromising note  to Germany, President Wilson began the preparation of a note to  Great Britain demanding the lifting of the illegal blockade of  American commerce with neutral  European ports. The President's  purpose in deciding to send a note  to London is to induce Great Britain, as well as Germany, to comply with the rules of warfare laid  clown by international law. Hc  will seek to force Great Britain to  cease interference not only with  neutral commerce but with legitimate trade between the United  Stales and Germany, particularly  in food for consumption by non-  combatants. In moving against  Great Britain the President is do-  ing what Germany has repeatedly  urged. Inasmuch as Germany has.  offered to call off its submarine  warfare on shipping if Great Britain would lift the embargo on  food shipments, "administration  officials now hope that Berlin will  aid the President's effort to influence England by yielding to the  American demands contained in  the rejoinder.   It is believed that if  OPPORTUNITY FOR B. C.  J. H. Sherrard of Montreal, thc  new president of the Canadian  Manufacturers' Association," made  an interesting statement at a luncheon in Toronto a few clays ago.  - "There-arc good reasons for expecting that al Ihe close of thc war  a trade agreement will be arranged  between the Allies that will include Canada, and if this is done  wc will have a possible customer  in Russia alone that will greatly  benefit Canadian industry, ancl that  should make British Columbia a  manufacturing province of the first  rank."  - A Geneva dispatch states that the.   , '  Germans   have   despatched   thirty."  troop   trains, carrying  seven   divi-  '-  sions  of  German  veterans  to  the    -  Tyfblese   to    co-operate    with  the,  Austrians against the Italian troops  invading that territory. -      V ,      V  "Italian���������������������������Italy's  armies' are, bom-, -'   ,  barding Nabresina; only nine, miles  from -Trieste.    Austrian  attack on  ~  Mohfalcbne repulsed.   Heavy-fight- - ��������������������������� **  ing'Jn'the Carnic Alps.   The boin-   :  bardment  of  the  fortress of-MalV  borghetto continuing.       -       -    * t;  V.Adstrian   and   German-^Gcncrah   .      yi������������������  von-' Mackenseii    is    reported ,. to   ^_- "V"  have   broken    Russian    front   and V - V 77  taken 16,000-prisoners at Mosciska." '--*VV *���������������������������  Russians, expelled from Bukowina:     ",--""  Heavy-fighting continues "along the-/,.       V  Dneister.    Germans  claim  French sY-S'7Y  defeats on the Arras  front-,/espe>^r.,_r-';V-  .cially ��������������������������� at. Levin /and'" lhe"Lorette*V* V "sC  Hills../ They , declare ^Belgian i/at/,," s)Y7 -���������������������������-  ,tacks along, the'Yscr wM-uVfepulsedV^VVV^  < Russian���������������������������Petrograd /denies/thatS%.-7s7^V  Lemberg is;being evacuated'or. th"aW_-v_������������������V;i  such/ a move; is contemplated:; **- The j "���������������������������-JsSp^^.  'Slavs'-*claim to 'havc^retak'eri'|'treh-^x^'?^ql  ches.at- Przasri$;sz' fromV-the"- Ger-J" VVf^'f--"'  mans?"'Report ;batUe_ at:.Shavli i.rag_":t /, "SSf  ing^as- well;as -'along "SahV ' AcimiL-y.- 'p77s%  that rrth"e.  Teutons; "tbokl-Tucliia^   :V- SA  Claim a heavy Teuton* defeat in an  SS-7~'7'-S  attempt, to capture a, bridge head"*  at Nieznieuw, on" the Dneister.." \7-S.  French,   British^- Belgian-^-Paris"  reports "Belgians* crossed. the Yser,'"  destroyed,  a   German"   blockhouse/  "and  consolidated "several. trenches  won.      French    took" a   -.German./.'  works  cast  of  Lorette.    Repulsed  several attacks at Souchez and in*  the   "Labyrinth,"   where   artillery  action  is continuous.'  Progress is-  claimed for-thc French in Lorraine V  where Jpffre seems to be heading' '  for Metz. -     '  t "*���������������������������  Turkish���������������������������Constantinople.. asserts*  the Allies at the Dardanelles were  badly beaten in an attack on June'  11-12 and  reports an alleged  suc-  -cessful-boinbardmehl^of-lhe^lliesT^  position from the Anatolian coast."  Roumanian���������������������������Rome   reports   say  the   Roumanian-Russian   war  convention has been signed ancl that"  Roumania soon will enter the war.  Il is reported  that Greece soon.,  will enter the war on the side of  the Allies. -A  A Russian official report says:_  "In three days' fighting*on the.  Dneister river in thc region of  Zurawana, which lasted from June  8 to 10, wc captured altogether 348  officers and 15,431 soldiers, with  78 machine guns and 17 canon."  Garden .Competition Notice  Notice is hereby given that all  entries in the garden and children's plot competitions must be  in the hands of the secretary not  later than Thursday, June 24th. No  prizes will be awarded in either  competition unless there are at  least 15 entries for each competition. Prizes, garden competition,  ������������������25,.'?15 and'$10. Children's plot,  under 10 years, $5, $3 and .$2, plots  to be not less than 20 square feet.  Entries may be left at the City Hall,  the Walker Press or ollice of the  secretary.      A.' C. Skaling, Sec.  Thc Brownie Tea Rooms are  the popular meeting place for the  people who want lo talk it over  over a cup of tea.   Delicious ice cream sodas���������������������������at Joe's.  Nyal  Preparations  In all lines of business old ideas  are giving place to new. and today  efficiency  is showing better  ways  of selling-goods. Almost everyone  i.s familiar with the famous Nyal  family remedies ancl toilet preparations and has been accustomed to  seeing them in almost every drug  store ancl almost every family  cupboard. Very recently the company has made a far-reaching  change in their plan of doing  business. In the future Nyal preparations will only be obtainable  through selected drug store agencies who are shareholders in the  company. A. Reeves is the fortunate agency in Enderby for thc  Nyal preparations.  Deal where the prices are right.  Poison Mercantile Co., thc Cash  Grocery. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, Junt 17, 191'5  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,  B. C. at  Walker   Press.  per year,   by  tho  JUNE 17, 1915  PENTICTON'S BUNCH OF BOSS BOOSTERS  Down in Penticton Ihcy have a way of doing  things that's not always according to Hoyl, but  certainly pays.   The other day, for example, thc  editor oi' the local paper (who- is thc real owner  of a  row boat, title indefeasible), was brought  into court charged with stealing his own boat.  Of course thc case was dismissed, but the moral  is there just lhc same:  No cditorin a small community should own a row boat.   It is too hard  work.    Gel a hydroplane.    Then  if somebody  "salvages" it and chains it to his locker'you won't  have to file lhc chain to recover it���������������������������just start the  machinery ancl fly away with lhc locker.   But all  this is side-lrackslull'.    What wc started to say  was something aboul Pcnliclon's bunch of boss  boosters.    We couldn't pass  Editor McDougall  because he's one of 'cm.    And he owns a row  boat besides, and has figured in thc police court  noles   too, which- is some speed  for an  editor  Ihesc days.   And, added to all lhis notoriety, he's  lhc right sort. To celebrate thc coming of thcTirst  trains into Penticton hc put out a 20-pagc paper*  filled to lhc chase rims with good boosting stuff  paid for by lhe local merchants and businessmen.  Bul aboul Ihose boss boosters.   We'll tell you.  When  they boost, they boost all together���������������������������and  all the lime.   They have no set hours. Frinstancc,  at the banquet lhe other night Ihey had a toast  list long enough for a two-night silling, and they  didn't start lhe proceedings until near midnight.  '0 v < I i n a t-i I y-,-wl i en V1 "i re e-o'cl o ck^arrived, _11k_J oa s t-  maslcr would  have made some excuse for the  speakers to follow and closed the proceedings.  Nol so at Penticton.    At that hour they were  just warming up.   The boost was only starting.  J. M.  Robinson,  who .is some booster himself,  was lhere.   lie of peach-belt fame.   11 fell do him  to hold up his end, ancl in atlempling to keep up  wilh_othcrs in the running he talked the lights  OuLlI was-Ihen past lhc ^losing hour.   But that  (fictn't TnaTler. ~ VI. Id?' can fa Ik a������������������ wellahd as interestingly in the chirk as in the spol-lighl, particularly about the Okanagan'   And when'he had  finished���������������������������he didn't finish.    He"hud al least two  hours yel to go.   Bill he sal clown.   There were  others "to follow.   Toaslmaster Conk 1 in' seraIched  a match lo read the names of each on lhe list.  Finally il  was daylight and, still, boosting,'the  banquetlcrs adjourned.    Then somebody put in  lhe plug and tlie lights returned.   This was quite  unnecessary for the sun  was peeping over lhe  hills and sending ils shimmering rays oul upon  lhe placid waters of Okanagan Lake.    By train  and boat lhc visitors left for parts far and near,  carrying away with Ihem thoughts big and little  of the eloquence of Pcnliclon's brainy bunch of  boss boosters.   Selah!  place along the hundreds of miles of firing line  in thc western and eastern war zones. From  Saturday, May 8th, to the following Tuesday  night the British fired a million and a half rounds  of shells around Ypres, ancl Thursday, May 13th,  the British-fleet-in the Dardanelles fired 3000  shells. Commenting on this great expenditure of  shot and shell, a writpr in the June Review of Reviews says lhat "Gun powder" backed by inexhaustible supplies of ammunition, will win lhc  war over superior military strategy and a preponderance of men. This is why lhe Allies arc  confident of success, for they have nol only Iheir  own undisturbed resources'to draw from, but are  able to place contracts in the Uniled Slates for  shot, shell, and powder on such a scale lhal,  whatever the prodigality of its use, no tactical  advantage in lhc field need be neglected or postponed because the supplies of ammunition arc  running low."  When these enormous supplies of ammunition  and guns are going to the Allies in thc field, and  this apparently inexhaustible supply is kept up,  one cannot readily understand how it is that thc  progress on the fighting lines by thc Allies is so  slow and advance so minute. But it must be understood what the Allies are facing. Germany is  not exhausted; she has not shown thc first, signs  of exhaustion yet. And, while thc great Bcthlc-  ham, Pen., steel works, which arc putting out all  ofthc big guns demanded by lhc Allies under  contract from America, are working at their full  capacity and arc employing only 15,000 men,  the great Krupp works, at Essen, thc gun works  oi" thc German Empire, are employing 70,000  men, 40,000 of whom arc employed in thc gun  and ammounition works alone. And it should be  remembered that these works have been manufacturing guns and other war munitions for the  past five or six years, ancl must have a tremendous supply on hand. And the capacity of these  works would seem to be almost inexhaustible.  Five groups of works are comprised in the Krupp  organization, including iron ancl coal mines of  unlimited capacity. These works cover nearly  1000 acres, not counting thc various proving  grounds scattered throughout the Empire.  All of these things must be taken into account  when measuring the strength of the enemy as  compared with that of thc Allies and thc neutrals  they can draw upon. It may lake a year or two  for the Allies to get into shape to even "compete  with the enemy in thc manufacture of war  munitions, and until this is possible is is not easy  to see how thc Allies can be'expected to make any  great headway. The Allies 'have .undertaken a  hurculcan task, and it is absurd to imagine that  il can be accomplished by a direct drive from  French soil, through Belgium and on into thc  valleys of the enemy, as so many have allowed  themselves to think.  Come and Get Our Prices on the  following brands of Flour:  Robin Hood Radium  Royal Household Glenora  Strong Baker Centennial  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  TEECE & SON,  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  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  SA VE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NOW.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd _���������������������������_.ri,y  PRESIDENT WILSON'S REJOINDER  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, L^URPHY Ehclei-by  WAR CONTRACTS IN THE UNITED STATES  II is estimated that thc war contracts placed  bv the Allies in the United Slates up lb Ihe lsl of  May amounted to $400,000,000 for ammunition  and $500,000,000 for foodstuffs, wearing apparel,  horses, automobiles, etc. If one could examine  in detail the daily bill of costs of conducting the  war, il would be found lhat the items of arms  and ammunition stand high up on the list of expenditures. During the British a Hack on Neuve  Chapclle from .'tf.OOO to 10,000 shrapnel _shells  were exploded inside of 18 hours, and this was  only one of lhe many engagements then taking  There docs nol seem lo be any more reason to  think that thc United States will get into the war  wilh the Allies against Germany on account of  lhc sinking of thc Lusitania than to think that thc  United States will be at war with Great Britain  in connection wilh thc stopping of shipments by  neutrals to and from neutral ports. In Mr. Wilson's rejoinder to Germany hc lays clown the one  supreme demand, that international law shall be  upheld and observed, otherwise thc nation or  nations breaking it become outlaws by and  through their own acts. Tbe Lusitania affair,  serious as it is, must be considered apart from  the one supreme offense. In taking this position,  Prcsidcnt_Wilson is adhcring to the policy which  has characterized all his dealings"AvitlfTorcigiT  nations���������������������������the policy that right makes right. It  will be remembered that in his note to Great Britain a monlh or more ago he called a lien lion to  the same Ihing. 'While prepared to admit that  the use of submarines makes a long range,  blockade lhc only type now feasible, the President pointed-to-lhc Tact that by the declaration  of Paris, raliJiecI by Great Britain and France,  free ships -makes free goodsr and Vn aecorda nee  with all inlernalional law "innocent shipments  may be freely transported lo and from lhe Uniled  Stales through neutral countries to .belligerent  territory without being subject lo lhe penalties of  contraband trallic or breach of blockade, much  less detention, requisition, or confiscation."  The fact that Great Britain and America have  amicably settled this point, though bow it has  been settled no one is permilled to say, shows  that Britain is standing on the side of right, and  this fact places Germany in a position where to  do otherwise than observe lhc law will entirely  place lhal Empire out of court.  "You're sick of lhc game!"   Well, now, that's a shame,  You're young and you're brave ancl you're bright;  "You've had a raw deal;" I know, but don't squeal,  Buck up, do your 'best' ancl '.just' fight.  It's plugging away that will win you the clay,  So don't be a piker, old parcl;  Just draw on your grit, it's so easy to quit;  It's thc kceping-your-chin-up that's hard.  It's easy to cry lhal you're beaten���������������������������ancl die;  It's easy lo crawfish and crawl;  il to light and to light when hope's out of sight���������������������������  Why that's lhe best game of Ihem all.  And, (hough you come out of each gruelling bout,  All broken and beaten and scarred,  Jusl have one more try���������������������������it's dead easy to die,  It's the keeping-on-living that's hard.  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  i  ****���������������������������  Bu  Ask for Business  Only one's most intimate friends go to one's  home-uninvited, and the xxtent_of'one's, calling  list is determined by the number of one's calls.  In business the same facts hold. Every merchant in Enderby knows scores.of families here  and in the country round about, whose custom  he docs not possess.  Mutual acquaintance is the first step towards  getting these families as customers, ancl acquaintances can most surely be developed by invitations  or calls made through the medium of advertisements in the Press.  To the Home Merchants  Show your desire for business by asking for  it. A merchant who does not ask for business is  supposed not to want business very keenly.  I Buy from Advertisers ������������������  t x  %���������������������������! u  Thursday, June 17, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  to ������������������  UNITED STATES AND GERMANY  DOMESTIC  The young husband scraped a  gear on the newly-purchased automobile and stepped on- the accelerator. The car shot forward and  then "bucked" with the' over-  supply of gas. The bridegroom  peered wisely at the dashboard  and ventured thc remark: "I. believe   one   of   the    cylinders   are  -missing." The young bride was  horrified and gasped: "Why, dear  George, I wonder where we could  have dropped it."  Utas>__  OF CANADA  Ready Money as  You Need It  ������������������������������������������������������in any city���������������������������is yours for  the asking if you carry  LETTERS OF CREDIT  issued by ihe Union Bank of  Canada. It is as easy-for  you vto obtain funds-with  them as it is difficult 'for any  unauthorized person to do so.  J. W. GILLMAN, Manager  SECRET SOCIETIES  WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lod*e No.- 40  Regular meeting:* flr������������������t  Thursday on or aftfr t)|������������������  full moon at 8 p. m. Sfn Oddfellows Hall. Viaft!%  brethren cordially SnvitM  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ENDERBY  LODGE  No. 36, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall. Viiitora cordially invited to attend.  R. H. CRANE. C. C.  T. H. CALDER, K.RJS.   R. J. COLTART, M.P._  Hall suitable-���������������������������.Concerts, Dances ancl all public  ���������������������������ntartainihcnts.    For rates, etc., address,  R. N. BAILEY. Enderby  ���������������������������    i ______a  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. C. J. McCULLOFGH,  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; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teawis.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customtrs '  Land-seekers and Tourist* invited to give us a trial.  If the United ������������������������������������������������������ States., and Germany fail to reach an adjustment  of matters in controversy and an  agreement which will recognize  American rights, and if this failure  has war as its consequence,' the  cause, we think, will be found in  a   fundamental   antagonism.  Americans ancl Germans are not  antagonistic. The American and  German systems of organization  are, and they would be found to be  so if they came in closer contact  and  more direct  rivalry.  The military socialism of Germany is tremendously effective for  the accomplishment of its purpose.  It subordinates everything necessarily subordinated for whatever  exigency it meets. There can be  no doubt that the greatest machine the world ever has known  has been constructed in this  fashion. The German teaching has  given the German people a wonderful ardor for the tasks the government sets for them.  There can be no question of their  exaltation in meeting the demands  upon them. There can be no question of the skill of their leadership.  And furthermore there can be no  question of the effectiveness of a  national organization built up of  such skill, enthusiasm and willingness 'to sacrifice.  This is all in fatal opposition to  the loosely constructed British' social   and    political    organization;  -which if it were not for the marvelous quality of British diplomacy  would   fail  utterly  to   meet   such  competition as the Germans offer.  The brains under the tall hats of  British   statesmen   in    charge   of  foreign affairs have made compensation for the derelictions of the  British domestic system.  ,   We  have    neither  the   German  efficiency nor the British  diplomacy,  and   our  salvation   has  been  merely that so many things stood  between   us    and    direct   contact  with the efficient nation.   We think  that a sense of this permeates the  American   nation:   -The ���������������������������- Japanese  cause." us    apprehension .for; the  same reason'.'   Germany and Japan  are two highly efficient, competently militaristic nations, and we, for  a   number   of   years   recognizing  that Japan  might bring its  competition to a quick issue, with us,  are coming to wonder if there is  n*)t the elements of a similar struggle in bur'relations with Germany.  If Germany succeeds riot only in  maintaining the great, central em-  phe but in extending its rule and  increasing, Vts   authority   it   may  mean the overthrow of its rivals  and  the  establishment  of  such  a  power as the world has seen possibly once before, but certainly not  more'than once.     That possibility  is not without consequence for thc  United States.    Germany is superficially sentimental and essentially  practical.     The   United   States   is  superficially   practical   and   essen-  tially"sentimentalr;==Thev='twor=na^  tional organizations reveal this dissimilarity.    We know it is a fact  that there is in the United States an  ill-defined   but   nevertheless  registered  feeling that  if Germany be  triumphant thc United "States must  either conform to the German standard < f efficiency, civil and military, or face a very real clanger.���������������������������  Chicago   Tribune.  case the principle which we are  bound by treaty to apply to disputes between the United States  and thirty countries with which  we have made treaties providing  for investigation of all disputes of  every character and nature. These  treaties, negotiated under this administration, make war practically  impossible between this country  ancl thirty governments representing three-fourths of thc people of  all the world.  "Among thc nations wilh which  wc have these treaties are Great  Britain, France and Russia. No  matter whal disputes may arise between us and these treaty nations,  wc agree lhal there shall be no  declaration of war, ancl no commencement of hostilities until thc  matters in dispute have been investigated by an international  commission, ancl a year's time allowed for investigation and report.  "This plan was offered to all nations without any exceptions whatever, ancl Germany was one of the  nations that ' accepted the principle, being the twelfth, I think,  to accept. No treaty was actually  entered into with Germany, but 1  can not see that that should stand  iri the way' when both nations endorsed the principle. I do not  know whether'Germany would accept the offer, but our country  should, in my judgment, make the  offer. ,  "The second point of difference  is as to the course which should  be pursued in regard to Americans  travelling on belligerent ships with  .cargoes of ammunition. " Why  should an American citizen be permitted to involve his country in  war by travelling upon a belligerent ship when he knows that the  ship will pass through a danger  zone? The question is not whether  an American citizen has a right  under international law to travel  on a belligerent ship; the question  is whether he ought not' out of  consideration for his country, if  not for- his own safety, avoid  danger; when, avoidance; is posr  sibleV It is a very one-sided* citizenship that' compels a government to go to war over a citizen's  rights and 'yet relieves the citizen  of all obligations to-consider his  nation's welfare."  North End of Old Poison Mercantile Warehouse  Try Our Prices for Your Own Satisfaction on any of the  Following Goods:  The F_mou. "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 Growers9 Association  Burning liquids will be freely used  The Germans put much faith in gas  ancl will apply it on a great scale.  They are almost certain to attempt  an invasion. All these things will  happen."  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  Enderby Branch  The executive committee acknowledge with thanks receipt of  the under-mentioned  donation:   ���������������������������  Mr.-C. B. Winter   85.00  Previously   acknowledged. .8172.70  Victoria Cross for Canadian  London, June 8.���������������������������King George  today bestowed the Victoria Cross  upon- Lieut. Reginald A. J. Warne-  ford, R. N., the Canadian aviator  who yesterday attacked ancl. completely destroyed a German Zeppelin near Ghent, the crew of 28  being instantly killed when . the  airship. exploded and fell to the  earth in flames.  WHY BRYAN RESIGNED  Mr. W. J. Bryan has gVcr- O'.'t a  statement of his position, in which  he says: "My reason for resigning  is clearly stated in my letter of  resignation, namely, that I may  employ as a privat citizen thc  means which the President does  not feel at liberty to employ. I  honor him for doing what he believes to be right ancl I am sure  that he desires, as I do, to find a  peaceful solution of the problem,  which has been .created by the  action of the submarines. Two of  the points on which we differ,  each conscientious in his conviction, are: First, as to the suggestion of investigation by an international commission, ancl, secondly,  as to warning Americans against  travelling on belligerent vessels, or  with cargoes of ammunition.  "I believe that this nation  should frankly state to Germany  that1, we are willing to apply in this  Note Modified After Resignation  i   Washington, June 12.���������������������������State department ollicials this afternoon  voluntarily, corrected the impression that the text of America's note  to Germany was not changed between thc time Mr. Bryan tendered  his .resignation at the cabinet meeting Tuesday and the time he.  ceased to be secretary of state on  Wednesday. The facts were that  certain changes were made, but  they were made before he left  office. The character of the  changes was of such importance  that state department officials flatly  refused to discuss them.  . The committee are receiving  from headquarters and distributing to soldiers' relatives in this  district month by month a considerable amount of money, and are  anxious to make as ample returns  to the Fund as possible. They  therefore appeal to the public to  keep the Canadian* Patriotic Fund  in mind, ancl .do what they can to  help. Any contribution, however small, will be thankfully received  and  faithfully applied.  Donations may be handed to any  of the officers, or to The Enderby  Press. Graham   Rosoman, -.  lion.   Secretary.  Io 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, arc hereby notified that all trespassers will be  prosecuted. .  .   GEO. R. LAWES  Enderby,-Mav 20, 1915:  , V    ������������������ I  7S\  's- -.  SEVEN-ROOM    house,    complete   r>. 7       ���������������������������;��������������������������� ;^ ���������������������������,,:.:  with bath, etc.; 12 bearing fruit | nOlllS %n COnneCllOn  trees; large grounds;.for rent .to  permanent tenant . at $15 per  month. - Come quick. - A." Fulton.  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor.,;  Next the Fulton Block,-Enderby,  ENGLAND AWAKENING  A London dispatch says: "The  past few clays have seen a great  awakening of the people to lhe real  seriousness of our military problem. Earl Stanhope, in a bold  speech in the House of Lords,  vividly, depicted thc_ situation.  "The French," hc said, "speaking  broadly, hold their trenches by a  few rifles, and thc support of their  wonderful 75 mm. gun. We hold  our trenchs principally by rilie  fire. The first system is expensive  in ammunition, the second expensive in lives."  The British Weekly, lhe most influential of ���������������������������British religious newspapers, says: "Journalists are now  free to indicate the possibilities of  the situation. Mr. Lloyd George  has enabled them to write about  munitions. The reverses of the  Russians seem likely to set a million of the very best German  troops free to act on the offensive  in the West. This is a cardinal  fact. These will be turned against  the French and against the congested area now occupied by the  British troops. They will be  powerfully supported by munitions of every kind, and no moral  barrier will prevent the mosl cruel  ancl reckless employment of every  weapon. Very likely we shall  have  to  meet  almost  daily  raids.  FOR CANADIAN GOVERNMENT  RIDING HORSES���������������������������Age, Rising 5 to 10 years.  Height, 15-1 lo 15-3 hands.   .  Weight, 1050 to 1250 pounds  ARTILLERY HORSES-Age, Rising 5 to 10 years  Height, 15-2 to 16 hands.  Weight, 1350 to 1550 pounds  COLORS���������������������������Bays, Browns, Blacks, Chestnuts,  Blue Roans, Red Roans. No Light Greys or  Whites.  REQUIREMENTS���������������������������All horses must be in at least  fair condition as to flesh; sound, of good  conformation, free from blemishes or vice;  artillery horses broken to harness and saddle  ���������������������������-���������������������������- horses-to-ride:   A. D. McRAE, Lieut.-Col.  Chief Conuiiissioner for Remounts for thc West.  Horses will be inspected by    MR. R. F. BEVAN,  GoT������������������rnm������������������nt Remount Officer  ARMSTRONG, SATURDAY, JULY 3d, a.m. 1915  ENDERBY, SATURDAY, JULY 3rd, p.m., 1915  Heavy Draft Horses Wanted  for Canadian Government  Heavy Draft Horses weighing up to 1550  pounds suitable for artillery and transport will be  purchased.  Such horses must have good shoulders, deep  in the girth and back ribs, short hacks well ribbed  up ancl active. Horses with white strips in face  will not be rejected. V  Horses suitable for officers' charges will be  purchased. These must hc solid color, good conformation, well broken and have good manners,  height 15-1 to 16 hands, weight 1050 to 1250  pounds. Horses must have quality, be free  walkers and move straight, ncck-rcined horses  preferred.  A. D. McRAE, Lieut.-Col.  Chief Commissioner for Remounts for the West.  Horses will be inspected by    MR. R. F. BEVAN,  Goy rn ment Remount Officer  ARMSTRONG, SATURDAY, JULY 3d, a.m. 1915  ENDERBY, SATURDAY, JULY 3rd, p.m., 1915 THE ENDERBY PRESS "AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, Jun������������������ 17, 1915  OH, DEAR; OH, DEAR  Weap ancl you're called a baby;  Laugh and you're called a fool;  Yield and you're called a coward;  Stand and you're called a mule;  Smile and they call you silly;  Frown and they call you gruff;  Put on a front like a millionaire  And some guy calls your bluff.  %w% tw to a W I������������������*  If you want to live in Ihe kind of  lown  Like the kind of town you like,  You needn't slip your clothes in a  grip  And start a long, long hike.  You'll   only   find   what   you   left  behind,  For there's nothing that's really  new.  It's a knock at yourself when you  knock your lown:  It isn't your town���������������������������it's YOU.  t'.tf  ;; ci  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in "Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, 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 al an annual rental of $1  an acre. Nol more lhan 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 dislrict 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 slaked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will bo  refunded if the rights applied for  arc nol available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on thc merchantable output of thc mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating thc mine  shall furnish'the Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay lhc royalty thereon.  II* the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished al least once a year.  Thc lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permitted fo purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of 1 lie mine, al the rate of  810 an acre.  For full information application  should be made lo the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.13.--Unauthorized publication f  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������58782.  LAND   REGISTRY   ACT  In the matter of the Land Registry  Act: and in the matter of Blocks  1, 8, J) and   10 of Map 151,  (except   8  acres  of   Block   1),  Osoyoos Division of Yale District.  =-TA K-I5-N 0-1-1 (4IV| h a H-s h a 1 Ma W h c  expiration of one month  from Hie  date of lhe first publication of this  notice,   isuc  a   Certificate  of  Indefeasible   Title   to   the   above   described lands in the name of Bertha  Strickland   unless   valid   objection  in   writing be  made  lo  me  in  the  ineanliiue.  The holders of the following  docuinenls in rospeel of lhc said  lands are required lo deliver the  same lo me  forthwith: namely,  Crown (Irani lo Robert Lambly  of Lol __(>, Croup 1, Osoyoos Division of Vale District, dated September 22nd.  181)2:  Deed   of  an   undivided   one-half  inleresl   in   said   Lol   220,   Robert  .Lambly    lo    T.    McKay    Lambly,  dated '.May  Li.  18!).*'.  Daled al Kamloops, B. C, lhis  27th dav of Mav. A.D. I!) 15.  ' C.  IL   DUNBAR,  Dislrict Registrar.  LAND   REGISTRY  ACT  Re.   Part   12.(1   acres   of  southeast  quarter,    Seclion   21,    Township  r!8,   Lot   159,   Croup   1,   Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, et al.  WHERF.AS proof of loss of Certificate of Title 15092a to the above  mentioned  properly,  issued  in  the  name    of    Bertha    Strickland,   has  been   filed   in  this ollice,  notice  i.s  hereby   given,   lhat   I   shall   at   the  expiration of one month from dale  of first  publication  hereof, issue a  duplicate of said certificate of title  unless in Ihe meantime valid objection be made lo me in writing.  Daled at Ihe Land Registry Office,  Kamloops, B.C., this 1st day of  June, A.D. 1915.  C. II. DUNBAB,  Dislrict  Registrar.  If you can keep your head when all  about you  Are losing theirs ancl blaming it on you;  If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,  ��������������������������� But make-allowance for their, doubting,  too;  If you can wait.and not be tired by waiting,  Or being lied'about don't deal in lies,  Or being haled don'l give way lo haling,  And yet don'l look loo good, nor talk too wise;  If you can dream���������������������������and nol make dreams your master;  U you can think���������������������������ancl nol make thought your aim;  'If you can meet wilh Triumph ancl Disaster  And  treat  those  Iwo impostors jusl the same;  If you can bear lo hear lhc truth you've spoken  Twislccl by knaves to make a trap for fools,  Or watch llie things you've given your life to, broken,  And slop and build 'cm up with worn-out tools;  If you can make one heap of all your winnings  Ancl risk it all on one turn of pitch-and-toss,  A.nd lose and start again' at your beginnings,  And never breathe a word about your loss;  If you can lorcc your heart and nerve ancl sinew  To serve your turn long after they arc gone,  And so hold on when there is nothing in you "  Except thc will which says lo them: "Hold on!"  if you can talk with crowds ancl keep your virtue,  Or walk wilh kings���������������������������nor lose thc common touch;.  If neither foes nor cooing friends can hurt you;  If all"men count wilh you, but none too much;  If you can fill lhc unforgiving minute  With sixty seconds' worth of distance fun,  Yours is thc earth and everything that's in it,  And���������������������������which is more���������������������������you'll be a Man, my son!  ���������������������������Rudyard Kipling.  INSTITUTE   PATRIOTIC   FUND  KEEP THE KETTLE BOILING  Editor  Enderby   Press:  Sir: I lake pleasure in enclosing  copies of letters to Mis Royal Highness, the Governor-General, from  the Colonial Secretary, ancl letter  lo the Under Secretary of Stale  from thc Treasurer, to His Royal  Highness, the Prince of Wales, expressing appreciation of thc contribution made by lhc Farmers'  and Women's Institutes of lhis  Province lo the National Relief  Fund. The total amount subscribed by the Farmers' ancl Women's Inslilules of the Province  towards Institutes' Patriotic Fund,  is as  .ran.  April  follows:  12,   1915.  28,  1915.  $4,350.05  597.90  "I assure you lhat I had already  taken the position lhal nothing bul  coal would be used for fuel on the  K. V. R. We have always done  what we could to help Merrill and  we will continue to do so."  Thus President Warren announces that the Ketlle Valley railway will use Canadian coal instead of California oil fuel in the  operation of their, rolling stock, in  the Nicola Valley News, ancl that  paper adds: "Would not now be  an opportune time for thc Board  of Trade to take on a new lease of  life and activity, ancl by sound and  legitimate boosting endeavor to  'keep thc Kettle boiling' with an  increasing flow of freight ancl passenger traffic. A new line naturally  helps to bring about local expansion and growth, but it is up to lhe  different communities to nurture,  foster and stimulate that development and expansion in every way  possible. If the citizens of Mcrritt  and the Nicola Valley wish to see  i Nicola Valley coal instead of Cali-  I fornia fuel oil used on Kettle Valley trains have not the management of the K.V . R. thc same reasonable right lo expect us to do all  vour Roval Highness, to be laid Possible to stimulate such traffic as  before vour Ministers, a copv of a! shipping our coal in Kettle Valley  letter from the Treasurer lo His!���������������������������1* to Okanagan towns ancl for  Roval Highness the Prince of! Okanagan centres to ship their  Wales, expressing His Roval High- \ famous orchard products in Keltic  nessV=wai_-n___apprecialini__j>tV_lhe j Valley _ curs consigned _ jo..Mcrritt  contribution of ������������������391 Is 5d by the' merchanls? Boost Southern In-  Farulers' and Women's Inslilules , Icrior of B.C. now ancl California  of British Columbia to the National oil ''ncl apples when we can afford  Relief Fund. lo!  I   have  the honor  to be, Sir,  WM.  E.  Superintendent  of  $4,948.55  SCOTT,  Institutes  Downing St., 23rd April, 1915.  Governor General, His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaughl and  of Strathearn. K.G., K.T., K.P. etc  Sir:  Wilh  reference  to my despatch No. 180 of thc 2nd of March,  I   have   lhe   honor   to   transmit   to  Your   Royal   Highness'  client humble servant,  most   obe  li AiicouiiT,  WARNING TO BEE MEN  The   Provincial    Department   of  Agricullurc has  issued  Ihe  follow-  Buckingham Palace, 6th April 1915  |n������������������   earning:      "Foul   Brood,   lhe  ie   Under   Secretary   of   Slate,  ^ghly contagious^ germ disease al-  Colonial   Ollice,  London,  S.W.  Dear Sir:    I  am desired' by the  Prince of Wales lo lhank you forj  the remittance of ������������������391  Is fnl, being j  a  contribution   from   the   Farmers',  nnd  Women's  Institutes of  British j  Columbia   to   Ihe   National   Relief!  Fund.    I understand lhal a formal \  receipt ..has   already   been   sent   to j  you,  but  His  Royal  Highness  was!  particularly   pleased    ill   receiving  this welcome addition to lhe fundi  from   the   Farmers'   and   Women's  Institutes    of     British     Columbia,!  and   requests  you  lo  make  known j  lo all  those who  have subscribed,! ���������������������������,    r    rti ,    xT ,  his   warm   appieciation   of   their! Mr-   NV-   J-   Sheppard,  Nelson,  generosity.  I am, etc.,      Wai.tkh Peacock,  Treasurer to His Royal Highness j  What any progressive lown is  in need of is neighborly festivities,  not   neighborly   hostilities.  feeling bees, having made ils ap  pearance in different parts'of lhis  Province, it i.s important for Ihe  welfare of lhe giowing industry  of bee-keeping that all bee keepers  should exercise every possible  care lo prevent its spreading. II  also is advisable lhal all persons  intending lo buy bees should  write to Ihe Department of Agriculture, Victoria, or to one of the  Provincial Apiary Inspectors, (1)  Mr. L. Harris, Vernon, for the  Okanagan Dislrict; (2) Mr. F. Dun-  das Todd, Victoria, for the Mainland   and   Vancouver   Island;   (3)  for  the Kootenay and Boundary Districts; for information as to where  the danger exists.    Thc inspectors  I will  be prepared  to  examine  and  reporl  on  hives  it is proposed   to  'move from one dislrict to another.  Am prepared to take sewing by  day, or general housework. Beatrice  Robersoii, Fnderby.  The Brownie Tea Rooms are  Ihe popular meeting place for the  people who want to talk it over  over ii cup of lea.  NYAL^SV  Mayflower  TALCUMf������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������POWDER  .Fro^rant-.S ��������������������������� Rj|freshin^    It Cling?  Mayflower Talcum Powder  Nyal's Mayflower Talcum is an experience to every first time user. Its touch  is soft, soothing and refreshing. Its distinctive Mayflower perfume, delicate, individual,  elusive. Ideal for every use to which you  can put a Talcum.  Nyal Quality preparations can be obtained only in  Nyal Quality Stores. Ask one of them for free copy of  Booklet entitled "Your Complexion," giving full particulars of best methods of massage.  ������������������A2st������������������4  A. REEVES, Druggist & stationer     Enderby  FLORENCE REED  Talented Emotional Star  A UNIVERSAL FILM ACTRESS!  Delightful ScenefromPowersDrama  "THtwOMNHATEltS BABY*  WahCENECAUNTlERUACKCLARKj  ButterWrapper  Parchment  The Dominion law against the selling of  butter without thc words "Dairy Butter" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as thc case may be���������������������������printed  oii-lhc-bultcii-wrapris-a-blessing-in-disguise-to-thc-  avcragc farmer. In lhc first place, if his Butter  wrappers arc neatly printed with his name and  thc brand of thc buller on thc label, thc storekeepers can readily sell thc butter at 5c a pound  more than hc can get for butter wrapped in paper  lhat is not printed, and the butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound, more for his butter from  thc merchant.  Il is the duty of every butter maker to comply with thc law in this matter. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butter lhat it docs nol appear to them that they  can afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  buller wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of butter makers, The Press has printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They are  printed with the words "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do not bear the name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill thc requirements of the law  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at the rate of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not repuire butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press  a  i)  pw 3*  Thursday, Jun������������������ 17, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SACE  FOR TWO WEEKS  Public Land Policy of Province  Discussed by Rev. A. E. Cooke  One No. 8 Cast Cook Stove, regular $23.00, at  $19.00  One 4-holc Range with Reservoir and Warming Closet  regular $46.00, at   V     35.00  One 6-holc Range with Warming Closet and Rcservior  regular $80,00,'at' V.     63.00  One second-hand Range, was $28.00; now      20.00  Black Roof Paint at .........<  .\. $1.00 per ga!  (suitable for paper roofings)  Bapco Mixed Paints ���������������������������.'...- ."*. v..'..*:. .'...-..*..; 2;75 per gal.  Rainbow Brand    2.00 per gal  (all������������������ fresh stock)  Thirty Rods Pittsburg Fence, 5-strand, all No. 9 wire.. 45c Rod  (44-in. high)  O-Cedar Mops, regular $1.50; now ... :.     1.00  20th Century Barn Door Hinges, regular $1.50; now ...:..    1.25  Tubular Track at ...'..  12c a! foot  RUBBER GARDEN HOSE-i  iV^-in. Leader Hose, regular 15c a footj-npw^  lie fool  300 ft. y2-in. Hose, regular 12c a foot; now     8c foot  (all good Hose)  Corrugated Rubber Hose .)::���������������������������'.....-'................... 15c foot  Buck Saws, regular $1:00; now .. .......-.'  75c  Disston Hand Saws, 28-in. regular $2.25; now  1.75  Claw Hammer, Handles at '     5c each  Hammocks, regular $2.50, at   .... ; : 1.75  Family Savory Roasters, regular $1.35; now   :  1.00  Mattock, with handle ...   1.00  King Cutter double-bit Axes, regular $1.35,; now ........ 1.00  Handled single-bit Axes, regular $1.00; now :... 75c  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  Iron Jack Plane, regular.$3.00; now  {Smooth Plane, regular $2.25; now  No. 12'Shells -aty*....,.'   Folding Cloth Racks, regular $1.25; now.  VacuumlWashers at"   ��������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  # ,��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ���������������������������_���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Green Wire Clotli-  -20-in, at,  24-in at  ;26-iri.: at  28-in.. at.  30-in. at .  36-in. at .  487in. at  *t-������������������  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� S(  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  * * .*��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ��������������������������� <*<������������������-,��������������������������� a ���������������������������-  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ....*.'*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  >-.   .'.   * ��������������������������� " ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� -_ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ....-*���������������������������...������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������  ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  2.25  ... . 1.75  ���������������������������*��������������������������� 65c box  .v;i *,90c  1.00; each  15c yd  18c yd  20c yd  22c,yd  25c yd  27c yd  35c yd  Bread Boxes, regular $1.00; now   75c  regular $1.25; now :....   Flour Tins, regular $1.50; now  regular $2.50; now*  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  85c  1.20  2.00  Tea Pots, blue outside, white inside, regular 75c; now ..       50c  Nevada Table Spoons   $1.50 dozen  Screen Doors; 2-6x6-6, regular $1.50; now . . .V . . $1.00 each  Screen Doors, 2-8x6-8, regular $1.50; now ........... $1.10 each  Fancy Screen Doors, 2-8x6-8, regular $2.00; now $1.35 each  Refrigrators at  $13.00 and $15.00  WE  STOCK  REPAIRS  FOR  McCORMICK,  DEERING   and   _ .__ FROST&-WOOP     ~ ;   In his remarks in K. of P. Hall  last   Wednesday   evening   Rev.   A.  E.  Cooke,  secretary of the  "Ministerial   Union  of  the  Lower  Mainland of British Columbia, severely  arraigned  thc Government In connection with its land policy.    Thc  ground laken by Mr. Cooke was in  effect that the Provincial Government had proved unfaithful lo thc  trust reposed in it by thc electors;  that instead of holding the public  lands  for thc bona tide settler it  had worked into the hands of land  grabbing   syndicates   and   enabled  them   to   tic   up   immense   areas,  many- thousands of acres, in- fact,  which they were holding at very  high   figures,   thus  preventing  the  land getting into thc hands of settlers.    These  syndicates hold  40,-  000, 50,000 and 60,000 acres each,  and other thousands of acres arc  held in the names of individuals,  in many instances not residents of  thc Province.   Mr. Cooke also said  that  under  thc  Land  Act  it  was  possible for these land-grabbers to  get foreigners, non-residents of the  Province,    anybody,    to    sign    a  paper���������������������������power of attorney���������������������������for. $1,  $5, and sometimes for a drink of  whiskey,   and    armed    with   these  bogus     documents     these      land  sharks were permitted to walk into  thc Province and' take up, at $1 an  acre,   160   acres,  for   each   bogus  power of  attorney  held.    In  this  way   these   land. syndicates   had  gobbled  up thc best lands in  the  Province   and   were   now" holding  them  at  prices  ranging from  $10  to $50 an acre.  The   same   conditions,   he   said,  prevailed   in   regard  to  coal   and  timber, lands���������������������������thousands  of  acres  of the. people's heritage ,had been  given  over to private speculators,  which  wero being withheld   from  legitimate y .investors,. ; and- -from  which thc Province was receiving  little or no revenue.,,;  -'. The    responsibility -���������������������������. for _  these  irregularities," he said, rested upon  thc leaders of the Government, and  it was the purpose of ;the  Ministerial . Association   to  bring  about  an investigation of the charges that,  had been openly made, so that the  people of the Province might know  exactly   the   condition   of. affairs,  and   discover,   if . possible,, some  way,to redeem the people's lands.  The   Association   was   accused   of  meanest of charges by supporters  of thc Government, Mr. Cooke said,  anil   the  old,  old  cry  was  heard  that thc members of the Ministerial  Association   should   confine   their  work lo the pulpit and not mix up  in politics.   He thought it was the  duty. of ��������������������������� thc    clergy    to   interest  themselves in -politics, and said it  was his opinion that if thc clergymen of Canada had taken more in-  Entt Hardware (to ������������������������������������>  Give Your Home Printer a  Chance at Your���������������������������  Loose Leaf Billheads  Duplicate Billing Forms  t  Letterheads  Envelopes  /  Statements  Price Lists  Booklets  Dodgers  )  *>  Counter Check Books  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Stock Certificates  .������������������������������������������������������-..    i                                           -  Posters  Window Cards Wedding Stationery  Stork Cards Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER PRESS  tercst in such affairs in thc ��������������������������� past  perhaps there would nol have  been such shameful grafting as has  been charged in recent ycars.  He denied the statement lhat has  been made charging the Ministerial  Association with accepting funds  from any political party to carry  on the campaign Ihey were nowr  engaged in. The ministers, hc said,  had put up out of , their own  pockets the expense of keeping  Mr. Cotsworth on thc job. It was  from facts gathered by him in his  investigation of Government records that the Ministerial Association had compiled the pamphlet  published by the Association entitled, '/The Crisis in B.C." In this  pamphlet, he said, thc Association  has placed its full case against the  Government.  He asked all present to come forward ancl sign a petition which  was to be sent to Ottawa, asking  the Dominion Government to cause  an investigation of the charges  made against the Government.  In the meantime, it might be well  to refer Jo this editorial extract  from the Victoria Colonist:  "There is nothing in the political  history   of   Canada    more   reprehensible ,than   the   issuing  of   the  pamphlet cntitilcd  "The  Crisis in  B. C," to which  a  certain  Ministerial Association has given ils endorsement.    An astonishing aspect  of thc case is that, notwithstanding  ils   misrepresentations   have   been  exposed, a body of men who profess to be qualified  to act in  the  capacity   of  moral  guides   to   thc  community,   have   not,seen   fit   lo  qualify its allegations in any way,  and,   although    they   have   sworn  that     they     accepted     statements  therein contained on the,"'word of  Mr. Moses  B. Cotsworth, have retracted   their- statement   that   Ihe  pamphlet  was. the  result of their  personal- investigations- and ..that  what  it  contained  had .been  substantiated by them.    **    *    *    One  of these statements is that relating  to    certain    lands    in - Kootenay  owned by Messrs. J. A. Nowcll.and  H.   I.   Simons,   of   Glencoe,   Minn.  This is cited as.a conspicuous instance   of - "land-grabbing," , ancl,  inferentially, the responsibility for  it is laid upon thc shoulders of the  present  Provincial   administration.  The area referred to is large.' It  was  at  one . time   434,598   acres,  which is certainly a very considerable extent of land.    *    *    *    If  anyone  familiar  with  the  history  of this ��������������������������� Province were asked, what  it was that gave thc first great stimulus   to    the   industrial    development of Southern British ,Columbia  he would not say it was the construction of the Canadian Pacific,  but   that, of   the.  Nelson ,&  Fort  Sheppard   railway.,.   This   led   to  thc great development of Kootenay  and   was .the    inauguration, of.a  period of progress that happily has  not. yet ended... To Jhe best of your  recollection, . the    late;,  Theodore  Davie- was: premier- at-that  time.*  To secure the construction of this  road, a land grant was given, and  the   policy  of  this  step   was   for  years held up. as one of far-sighted  wisdom.    By it a railroad was secured, and with the railroad came  a   flood   tide  -of    prosperity   for  Southeastern     British     Columbia,  which spread far and wide.   'The  person who docs not know this is  too   unfamiliar   with   recent   Provincial history to be a competent  critic.    Later,  tlie Nelson  & Fort  Sheppard   Railway   Co.   sought   a  purchaser of their land, or a part  of it, and Messrs.Nowell & Simons  bought it.   This transaction is now.  held up to execration, and is given  by. these ministers of the Gospel as  one  of thc  reasons why thc  McBride    administration    should    be  Fresh Meats  it  If you want prime, freeh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyer_ fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block _strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, ���������������������������  caa give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  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  Bcllcvuc  Hotel ,       Sicamous  Ranchers,  Attention!  paint  >rour  Now is the time to. paint  vc  House, Barn or outbuildings. '  Paint  is going AT COST; labor  about HALF-PRICE.  ',   If you have not the cash, what1  will you trade?  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Box 43, Enderby..      ���������������������������-  Now is the Time .���������������������������  to Order Your  i'. ~.i  . "~s~A  It**".'  Customer's Own Material Made  ? Up. y: '���������������������������-���������������������������Prices from $15;00 -up:*  Cleaning, Pressing;.'& Repairing.u ^  Ys /'^;;ArE;WEST -Ys/yMZ  ,  Ladies' and GentsVTailor. v V- :���������������������������  *_! _ "~ *"  r- m  VC. P. R. TIMETABLE S  In effect May 31, 1915    "  >  Southbound Northbound  10.40 lv.  10.50"  11.11  11.25  11.39  12.05  12.13  12.23  12.50  13.10 ar.  Sicamous  Fossett  Mara '  Grindrod  Enderby  Arm si rong  Realm-  , Larkin  ���������������������������  Vernon.  Okanagan:Ldg  ar. 17.25 -.  .   17.08-  ���������������������������16.40V  16.24  16.09v  15.40.  15.32  15.20  14.55-  Iv. 14.40. .  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  .G.-P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  turned out of office. They conveniently overlook the fact that at the  time the granl to thc railway company was made, Sir Richard McBride was a boy pursuing his  studies for lhe law."  Why bake bread  these warm  days  when you cai oft th������������������������������������ be^t at Joe'?  Are your  ButterWrags  running low?  Better order some now  The Walker Press  On the face of it, the bald statements made by Mr. Cooke look bad  for the Department of Lands of  the Province of B. C. But one is  not justified in forming an opinion  until the other side of thc question  has been heard. We do not doubt  that at the proper time the charges  made by the Ministerial Association will receive attention from the I  ollicials  of the  Land  Department.  PRETTY BILLIE RHODES  NESTOR COMEDIENNE   ,  m HeraPan.alette*FrocK  Him BAGGOJi FRANK SMITH  inaScenefrbrnth^lmpFilm:  "A STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE? THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, Jun������������������ 17, 1915  4bt������������������t  <$portunititt  Having  presented  themselves  I have decided  to close out the  business of the  Enderby Music Store,  and my complete stock  of all lines will be sold  at Strictly Co������������������t for  CASH. I call particular attention to the  following lines:  Wall Papers, 3c per Roll up  Colored Burlap, 20c yd up  Violins, from $5 up  Mouth Organs, Irom 15c up  Accordfw, Irom $2.50 up  China Cups & Saucers,! Sg up  97-pc Dinner Sets, $15 up  5 Show Cases at less  than cost  1 J. & J. Taylor Safe,  new, less than cost  1 Oliver Typewriter,  new, less than co^l  Everything  must be sold  out be the 15th  of September.  The following real  estate will be sold at  a sacrifice. Qn^reason-L  able terms:  2 lots  and  Dwelling  on Russel Street  1-2 lot and Buildings  on Cliff Street  3 lots in Poison  addition  A Bargain in everything I own in Enderby  ���������������������������now is your time.  J. E. CRANE  CROPS ENDANGERED  This has heen one of those mild  but   exasperating   springs.     March  and  April  the weather was ideal,  and thc general growth  was  fully  three weeks ahead of lhat of ordinary seasons.   Then May opened up  wet ancl cold, and the gardens and  fields   look  a  set-back.    Juno   has  been a continuation of May, wilh  some    of    the    severest    electrical  storms ever witnessed  in  the dis-  , tricl    accompanying    the    down-  i pours.   Growth has been enormous  and all crops promise well, bill the  trouble   now   is   to   get   harvesting  weather.    The alfalfa  fields never  have   looked' heller,   but   Ihe   lirsl  cut should have been made a week  or  two   ago.    Some   of   the  fields  arc  partly  cut  while others  have  not  been  touched.    Much of  that  down' has been drenched daily by  heavy   rains.     The   timothy   fields  and clover and the grain fields are  not sufl'ering from  the continuous  damp   weather,   yet   fanners   generally would  feel  in better spirits  if the weather clerk would switch  us onto our regular Okanagan line  of sunshine and shadow.  Sunday afternoon Enderby and  the district "immediately" southeast  of the town was swept by a hail  storm the mosl severe ever experienced in this locality. Hailstones as large as marbles, and as  hard, whitened thc roadways ancl  piled up three and four inches  deep on the northwest side of  buildings, ancl here and there windows were broken by thc force of  the hailstones upon them. Thc  storm hit the gardens, fruit orchards ancl alfalfa fields hard. In  Enderby not a garden escaped.  In some Ihe growing vegetables  were torn to shreds, ancl strawberry vines stripped of fruit. Thc  apple orchards suffered as severely  much of the growing fruit being  ruined for shipping. Thc downpour continued ten minutes or  more, and while it lasted thc  streets were Hooded from curb to  curb.   ���������������������������  SUDDEN DEATH  OF MR. BRASH  The saddest of blows  fell  upon  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J.  Brash   last  Thursday   night,  when  lhe    husband     ancl     father    was  stricken   by   heart   failure   shortly  after  retiring,  and   died   in  a   few  moments.    Mr. Brash had  been at  work in the fields at his farm near  Enderby until dark, apparently in  his usual good health. Shortly after  coming  in  from   the  fields  hc  retired.    Hearing an   unusual  sound  in   his   room   about   10.30  o'clock  Mrs.    Brash    went    to    learn    thc  trouble ancl found her husband upon the bed, dead.  Mr. Brash was one of the pioneer  ranchers of the district. A man of  quiet ways, and given little to  - -so. i a Km i-x-i ngHie^-wJ's^not-as���������������������������wcl 1-  known as some to later arrivals in  the district, but lo the old-timers  none was better known and more  highly esteemed.  Funeral services were held at  the Presbyterian Church Sunday  aflernoon, He v. Mr. Beatlie officiating. The church was filled by  old and young, and the spirit of all  conveyed more deeply than any  words could lhc sincere, heartfelt  sympathy of thc community for  lhe bereaved widow and  family.  " 'THE FOLLIES' ON TRIAL"  A very welcome announcement  in playgoing circles is that of the  return visit of the "1915 Follies"  lo the Opera House on Monday,  June 21st. This sprightly company  are concluding a record-breaking  lour which can only be adequately  described as a .triumphal progress.  Thc Follies have visited a different  cily nightly and in llie majority of  instances have played to capacity  houses. Their return visit is by  special arrangement wilh thc local  management, which is confident  the city's playgoers will relish the  opportunity of hearing lhc Follies  once again.'  A completely new program will  be   presented,    the   miscellaneous  section   promising   to  be   brighter  than ever.    The Folly Chief, B. C.  Hilliam, will  supply  further originalities at the piano, while each  of his "Follies" will be seen at his  or her best.   The second section of  the"*billwill:consist of "The Follies  on Trial," a characteristic musical  comedy with an extraordinary sequel in which the Follies  (taking  as   their  text   the   quotation   from  Burns, "wad some power thc giftie  gic us to see oursels as ithcrs sec  us")   will 'caricature  one   another  mercilessly.      The    scene    of   the  "Follies on Trial" will  be laid in  the imaginary mayor's ollice at the  City   Hall,   Enderby,   in   thc   year  1910.    Everyone  wilh  a  sense  of  humor   should   see   thc   Follies   in  this diverting program, which undoubtedly will make a big appeal  to every local taslc.  STOCK REDUCING SALE  For those June Wedding-  Pracanfc look over our stock of beautiful  JTI COC11 LO SILVERWARE which we are  selling at one-third off regular prices.  We have Builders' Hardware, Graniteware, Tinware,  Screen Doors, Haying Tools, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stoves,  Cutlery, Saws, Axes,���������������������������in fact, a large and very complete stock  of everything in the Hardware line, and everything is being  sold at sacrifice prices until the'stock is reduced to half.  Barb Wire, $3.65 per Roll  Call, write or wire,  prompt attention.  Your orders will receive our careful and  Fulton Hardware G) L  PLUMBING. HEATING.TINSMITHINC  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. Brash and family wish to  thank the" many friends for their  sincere kindness ancl floral contributions in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their  loving husband and father.  "Roiiffh on Rats" clears out  Hats, Mice, etc. Don't die in House.  15ct25c. At drug ancl country stores  Delicious ice cream sodas���������������������������at Joe's.  This is the  season and  here is the  place for  you to look  for the be������������������t  in Summer  Hats, Shirt  Speoials-%  Neckwear  for Men &  Boys.  ENDERBY OPERA HOUSE  ^MONDAY,  JUNE 21st  Special return engagement of the  Presenting an entirely new program of  novelties, including the latest scream  "Tbe Follies on Trial"  All   New  Up-to-date  All our   Groceries,  10 per  cent off regular price���������������������������net  FRED BILLINGS  DEAD  "Papa, what is a Josh'?"  "Hush, my child���������������������������it  is claiming  God   is   on   your   side   while   you  have a scrap wilh your neighbor."  News was received on Monday  of lhe death which occurred a  few days ago al Montreal of Mr.  Fred Billings, senior member of  the firm of Hillings ������������������t Cochrane,  barristers, of Vernon. Mr. Billings had been a resident of Vernon  for many years and was well  known throughout British Columbia. His death, which was quite  unexpected, followed an attack of  pneumonia. Mc leaves a wife ancl  three children.  The body of the late Mr. Billings  came in from the East Wednesday  morning, and the funeral services  were held al Vernon in the afternoon. Acting Mayor Dill and Aldermen Sharpe and Grant represented thc corporation of Enderby  al Ihe services.  Where are we going, and what  are we going lo do when we gel  there?  W. J. WOODS  WANT ADS  LOST���������������������������On Sunday, a gold amethyst bracelet. Reward will be  paid  on  return  to Brownie Tea  Booms,  Enderby.  LOST-A mackintosh on road from  Forster ranch lo top of S. A. hill;  name on collar, "Lylc." Finder  please return lo R. E. T. Forster.  SNAP FOR SOMEONE���������������������������For Sale:  Morse, buggy ancl harness; horse  rising 5 years, about 900 pounds;  or will trade outfit for a cow.  Apply F., Box 19, Walker Press.  Enderby. m27-4t  FOB SALE���������������������������Two milch cows; one  '1-year-old,to freshen on or about  May 20; one 8-year-old, clue to  freshen June 24. Both good  milkers and passed the test for  tuberculosis a few weeks ago.  Apply to R. J. Coltart, Enderby.  75c  PRICES  50c  E. G. Prior & Co., Ltd.  -RA-MEOOPS-*  ���������������������������VICTORIA���������������������������  Sole Agents for the  -VANCOUVER-  Massey-Harris Machinery  BINDERS, MOWERS, RAKES,       NfEDDERS, SEEDERS, ETC., ETC;  New Cream Separators  Runs lighter, Wears longer, skims^cleaner  market.  Satisfaction ��������������������������� "guaranteeclor. money refunded.  TEECE & SON  Local   Agents,  ENDERBY.  than any machine on the  QfJG Sweet Cream 9 [to  0\J     FOR  Enderbv   OU  Gallon  Gallon  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-lf  . 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-Enderby  district.   Prompt payment, 1st & 15th of each month  Write or Phone AT ONCE���������������������������must not delay  Armstrong Creamery Armstrong  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year

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