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 *��������������������������� ������������������'  i^   " .. &<*#  ---.-- V'--' 4 --' V^-  V'  ^  vEndeiby/B. C-, August 12/1915  AND      W ALK E R 'S      WE E K L Y  Vol. 8; No. 24; Whole No. 378  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  ,  r     F. B.-Dill left Sunday on~a-busi.  - "ncss'trip to the coast."- -  -John Bell ancl family, left on Mon-  - cday for Lacombe, Aha.  !   Miss Mellish is staying-for a few  L"    days with her "sister, Mrs. C.Reed.  E. C.yWheeler left for Saskatche-  ~     wan points on-business this-week.  '<   -     A.   Fulton   and   family  went  to  Mabel Lake this week on a short  camping trip.'-'    , ,*V  ?������������������lrs.~ Wrfi. Love* has accepted the  - position  of  teacher at  the/Olalla"  vpublic-school.  V       -      - '���������������������������'  V-  '/-Mrs.  FVStyStevens" left; for. the  ���������������������������-- -    coast ' Wednesday " evening, AoSbe  .'*���������������������������-' ^absent ;a few-weeks. V ���������������������������; 'W7-  '--\ -".Miss-.Maud   Burnham  leaves/on  ; 1 -", SaturdayV"for -Vancouver, "where  Si V she willspend "a year at-school.   -  K,f    VThe   camping   party  of-Messrs.  ���������������������������" ; .   Gillman,   Warwick   and' Mann   re-  ', V     turned^ from Mabel Lake-Tuesday.  /",       ��������������������������� Jariies "Weir suffered a.-paralytie  V -    stroke ^Tuesday, arid is confined to  ;��������������������������� -". his bed^in" a very serious condition;  ������������������" * _-_."LMrs.;Thos.,Gray.sends-m, a.fine,  ^'��������������������������� ..| sampled of   head r lettuce ^tb_\show_  'a. ^'--what-they .can-do-at Mara in-'this  ^ytPline.-**,' *- --   -=- Y'->~S7Y~ -" ~  -~,.-~, "r  \*zS.S^S rMissI MooreVAvho-Jhas^been1 visit-  ^������������������/angrMrs.^lWTnten the- past  month^  /^���������������������������jVleft ifor ^Victoria.- Wednesday Jeve-.  Il^-Y.nirig.CS* WV '  "*:- sh\ *��������������������������� 77 ^-*-"i  L-a������������������pa'"$������������������J*ri-Kaslo2is rsafei for- the^winterryln-:  iVf>AvAdicatioris .poirit'to sa- big!,run 'of/red.  rCTW fishVinVthe;' S16.can:',st'reams V this'  i.-t j"   j, seasonr'-*^-c=Y---t   .'-j *. \ ���������������������������.-tV'-v-*.  iVV/,V'JMrs.-Walter!Robinson came,'in,on:  v>\ "*r^SatuV,clay^,from^Albefrii; ���������������������������B.C.V/ohfa'  lV~ *������������������,visit to "her. parents,-Mr", "ancPMrs.*  |   _>. .Henry. Hill.. - ���������������������������f * *- *';%' fjf :������������������* % ?���������������������������-���������������������������-  '������������������/V   'Frank" Pearson lefrforthe^orth*-,  ,.V*'west;on \Vednesday,*'. where,-he ex-  - Tv-.pects to. spend/ the -summer, and  "' u possibly the winter. - ." '" -*-  -'   - -Miss Church, who has spent-some  \ s  .weeks visiting ^Mr. and-Mrs* CVF.  ---Bigge,"/ returned   to "her- homeVat  - V~- Edgewood on Monday. -���������������������������*..,/ <��������������������������� '  V - P. .W.VChapman, is spending a  r-'S few weeks at his Loon Lake prop-  :S ��������������������������� crty, enjoying-a much needed rest  :~ 1 from"his-musicarstudies:' - "'-"  ,- -_\ , Mrs. .Greenhous returned to Ver-  "  -  non on Friday,,after, a short 'stay  _ with Mrs.r A". L.'-'Fo'rtuneVwholre-  V" turned to her home last^weck.  -������������������--    Thc Girls'. Guildof St. Andrews  Church "will, hold a social'on-the  k   manse lawn,- Friday evening, Aug.  13th, in aidy of the Guild funds.  Parish of* Enderby, 11th Sundav  after Trinity. Holy Communion, 8  a.m.; Mattins and Litany, 11 a.m.T  *=-=Sunday^=SGhoo!j==2.30-=p.nii;=Even--  - song, 7.30 p.m.  - The past two or three have been  ' wall-papet- weeks at  the  Enderby  Music Store.- The values and beautiful patterns have drawn business  from all parts of the district.  Mrs. A. McPherson favored the  Press with a huge vase of thc most  exquisite gladiolus wc have seen in  _ this section. For coloring, strength  of petal and slock and quantity-of  bloom, these arc prize-winners.  Leonard Stroulger, who has been  confined to his bed at Edmonton  for the past four months, following  an attack of measles, expects to bc  able to return to his Enderby home  at an early date.  Preparations arc being made by  the Sunday Schools^of Enderby to  hold a basket picnic on Thursday,  Aug. 19th. Further announcement  as to place, etc., will bc made at the  Sunday Schools next Sunday..  Ed. Gray had the misfortune to  seriously injure his left arm, on  . Monday, while assisting in unloading a tank of gasoline al thc  garage. He slipped and fell to the  ground, the 400-pound tank following* him before he could get upon  his feet. The full weight of the  tank icll upon his outstretched  arm. Fortunately the ground was  soft, and instead- of crushing the  bone as it otherwise would, only  the flesh, and muscle were desperately bruised.  A. C. Skailng left' for Vancouver  on Saturday, where he was'married  on the 11th to Miss Alma B. Noble.  Mr. and Mrs.-Skaling will be at  home to their friends in their Enderby cottage, Sicamous and Mill  streets, after October ��������������������������� 1st. In. his  year's residence in Enderby, as  barrister and solicitor, Mr. Skaling  has won the respect and esteem ofJ  all, for his fidelityyin business dealings and close attention to. legal  matters placed hV his hands, and  the Press joins with yhis many  friends in wishing him and bride a  long life of wedded happiness and  service. , \  -  - The committee .having the.subscription paper in hand,for the machine gun fund, have not been able  tees, three, haVe- never taught" in*  Enderby before; but all come very  highly.recommended/and'it is felt  that the* staff' will be-fullv up to  THE IDEAL CAMPING GROUNDJ  Each year Mabel Lake is attract-  ing^an^increased,number of family  camping parties.-This year"the lake;the. standard of that "of the"past  shore is dotted with the tent houses year."-.. -       "-     '   "  of numerous Enderbyites, and ~a, J: W_lter Hughes, second in corn-  very happy lot of campers they. are. jiriand of- the Revelstoke schools  In addition to these camping par-1 last season, will be principal, with  tics,   numerous; weekend . outingi*Miss- Beattie,~-Miss   Rac   and ' Miss  5>-  tp'give the paper general circula- parlies gather"there." Last Saturday Carlson jn the order named.    The  tion the past'week,'but will -have jand-Sunday six-autos, three double  the .list ih shape for publication-in'rigs, and one single; arrived at ihe  the**riext issue'of therPrcss.r     .-'      jlake ^withVparties^'pleasure-bent:  "According to a "coaslf report, one j Some fish, others visit thercaiiipers  oi'the examiners" of .the high school'and others justyrelax and look'"at  papers of-^he. Province stated -that the scenery.V* /V"-<.' ��������������������������� ., -" ^  those, coming from "the- Enderby J---";Within hailing^distance of the  high school ywere.the^bestcto-come Okanagan "Sawmills!/storehouse n\  from any. high - school "in British the,-road-endrJMr.rF; I).-Abbott has  Columbia..- This, report- fully~sus- an established,general accommo'da-  tains the "high .opinion'* Enderby tion ,depot,'whe.rVthe campers-get  parents and scholars have "held of j the!refresh "milk" supply, fish supply  fhe excellent' workVdone-by.-Miss -and7boats for hire"Tand Mr. Abbott  Campbell,'whoyresigned at the-end!and His boys are'"al>vays~ ready-;to'  of-tne past year to accepts an1 ad-i do their-utmost to ' accommodate  vanced position in one of. the city anyone calling.upon them.. In 'ad-  schools in awestern-state. - -".*,*     j dition "to: the-rowboats he  has a  yDeputy-Fire Warden Hawes.re-'motor boat;large-enough to accorii-  ports the, bush in the hills-'in a fit; modatea'party of/aVdozeri.J - 7'i .  condition, for dangerous fires; ancl |:_ Ldghfon "?B"each^ is    ideal.sfor  cessjgrowth: ot;underbrush,->whde shadetof; thb fir- treesland<cottoriv  the?exce.ssiver'heat;of,the4pasUfew ^oods^Here.MrVarid.Mrs.^Leightori  weeksfhas/parched-;the-underbrush HaveV erected ^a*���������������������������*summer^"cottage  brpwn^^A^hghtedi match^ dropped overlooking ^the '.beachVarfd,f,lakef  ���������������������������Mfe thicket^might-star^aTfire in-aTa; grandbsite'.fo&a&ummerfresort  momeiit,that:-AVoul^s^yeepxtherhm  irnwav   ' frnrn''-Knfifff������������������"''"'iiri'fr..-'business  can  ���������������������������feet  high- school  will be _"in" charge .-of  Miss   H.*"; Alice" Bligh, "who. comes  highly recommended. V "'- ~*- '-^  -t. r���������������������������^ .  -������������������������������������������������������ - __     - ' .  YYsMOKESI OR: THE SOLDIERS  i -The.s"ecgnd"tca*Held iri"'ICof P.  Hall on Saturday, Aug! 7th,-in. aid  ol.ythe" Enderby .-tobacco ** fund for  the" Canadians-soldiers -/in the  trejiches,.was'even,more successful  tliiTn the first. Many thanks are due  Mrs._.,S.- Poison,- yvho^ .voluntarily  ofTered to, help-by donating all the  ice-cream,4 and,.with the assistance  of Mrs. S. Speers "and Mrs.;C^PoIson  made at, thcir^tablesythe^suinxdf'  .*?11.60,(,which helped'the:fund>con-  siderablyi' <Prajses~is' also^due.-Mr."  .Speers,vwho-gaye.so niuch'-tinie* to  the r guessing, "com petition^ for "xthe  cushiori,Vwhichy netted tKe^Enderby  ,machine^un'^���������������������������$'4',^and/"in;F_ivin"g';his  ;sto i;e^wi ndbw ^forj; the<ichild ren's  tableauVon^Satufday^afternbdri^*^;^  t^Prizeifpr.rthejJargest^ampuntrin-  ,theycollection^boxv,wa1s*!wpn?by^R;  Dilh'TThe cushion-wasVivont by-Mr.  Speers,- ?who/'- guessed '??$27,J:'^ the  actual" a;nount/being\lS27.90. 17X +&  ^^"ollowihgMs^a^list^offthneTSam  of-thbse-.who gave'so" generously;to"  the.fuhd: Mrs.y Pound. 'Mrs. j Marty np  Mrs.-- Leighton,^ Mrs/,"DdugaI,VMrsr  7S "LATEST WAR SUMMARY'  TTbe following statement of Field _  Marshal French is published under,  date'-of Aug.MOth:   "Since my com-/  munication bf Aug. 1st, the artillery ^ " ^  on  both - sides   have, been  active-'-4 "  north~and east of Ypres.- In the ex--  changes  the   advantage "has .been    -  with "lis.*  ^This  morning,   after7 a     f,x -  1 successful   artillery,1 bombardment",;'x - *  in-which'thc-Frenchon our left co-^ V ?:*  operated ^effectively,  we**;attacked'" ~ZS7  tbe,trenches;at Hooge, captured by~���������������������������-V "  the,enemy on July"30th. These wereVv^  y  all-retaken,-arid'following up, this 7^ V/  success we'made further"progress S.-&-^-  north and-west'of Hooge, extending" V^jf,'  the*- front -of the, trenches- captured., %Sf7i  IoX1200 yards:.y Thc -captures, re-l~Y-sS  ported  amounted  to three! oflicers :v *  ".  and  124-men .of other ranks and ^ 'SS?  two 'machine guns." " ' '\~ ./ -17 */��������������������������� r>  7-7Kitchener's Army-Now Ready, i"S%"YY<  j.   **���������������������������   ,-i^^-j-'f - .--^   ' -i#" ���������������������������,'.���������������������������.. -r.  ,-1 Ar London "dispatch ��������������������������� under - datcv'V --__* SM  dft^\ug! 9th says that' Kitchener's^V-*-^**^!  arm>r;,not allot it, but'a" very larg_fi^V~V^;  on' Mabel - Lake.V,This is, the" first  'dppbrtunity-inTseven'-'years'tHat.the  ���������������������������'Just"-how,"' whenrthe'/road'-'is'-in  good^ shape "Tor'travel,4'' a'utos- cover  Press^stafl.J-ias-yhad, to get. away fhfe" distance,.of/25~nriles*in/so~me>  from the;spacc-bpx, and.on Friday, thing less than an hour and a half?  and -Saturday -for' the next.,two, while'ateam~with\,a double rig. will  weeks (weathen ^favorable) .-- ihe cover it in j-from" three-to four"  staff;Ffrom editprtto-devil, is going hours." "And-Jhe road .winds up a  fishing. .If-you want io pay, your, valley,1 dotted every mile* or so by-  subscription or any other account,  and " cannot' find * it convenient to  do "so on Monday," Tuesday,',Wed-'  nesday or/Thursday, kindlyy-stuff  it "under the door,or poke jt'thro'  the key-hole. - We're-goin'^ fishin'.  :> -      - S      . '-. -7^  - Report Progress in'Ddrddnelles  Sir Ian Hamilton - reports, that  troops of thc Entente Allies ih the  Dardanelles made a~<gain of 200  yards on a front of 300 yards east  bJLthe^Krithia^oad-onJhe^GallipolL  Peninsula. A footing also has been  obtained on Chanak Bahr, and another landing effected elsewhere,  the .statement adds.  Jop'c ice cream sodas will make you forget it  settlersV homes, .overlooking low  lands' and - meadow* .which," if  stocked for-dairy purposes, would  produce y_ butter, Jeggs. and pork  enough"t6yfeed every-mouth in~the  Province; "and with tbe^sleepy, soft-  flowing-- Spallumcheen'--'spreading  out over the green ', ifieadbws ** or  skirting the wooded hills and low  lands.* - "    .  SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY WEEK  "s-~Enllerb"y"^school"children���������������������������are~al-  ready getting-a supply of school  books, pencils, slalc, pen-nibs and  holders. School re-opens Monday,  Aug. 23rd. Of the five teachers en- ous damage no matter what kind  gaged by'thc board of-school trus-, of, weather follows.  Peel, .Mrs./'Sowdcn;"-Mrs.^Ar-'Camp  bell,"Mrs;. Er- C.^WheeIerf-:Mr_:������������������EIIi:t  son, /Mrs/rSparrow/rMrsriRusseir,  MrsriW. Cavers/ Mr'siJ_.- Mack'^Mrs.-  HarTry^Mrsi'Twigg^Mrs^Eipcr^Mrs  Brdwn,^-Mrs."c"Teece,vMrs. - Forster,**  Miss Salt,'Miss.Gibbs, MissrEtchell,  J. J.)derfirnger,7"A% McPhersonT"' E.  Blacky V. Poison, /J.'- Harvey,* J.  Crane; Fulton'Hardware Co. -  W'    V"_" "Mrs., E. 'Gnvv/ '  ��������������������������� ���������������������������; ..       -     -MlSS    FOKSTEK. ���������������������������", -  _<*->-* x->    ���������������������������B____^^_H-________B_____M____B  FINE HARVESTING WEATHER   %  Vlf the iveather.conditions of June  and July were, against-1 the farmer,  the weather of the past Ihree-swceks  has "been  distinctly  in- his   favor,  with the result that thc field crops  in  the   vicinity, of  Enderby  have  never been larger,, or the weather,  more favorable^for their harvesting.  The"_hay"^men-_ha^'������������������r'beeir"woi'kirig"  long hours each aud every day, and  the greater part .of thc hay crop is;  now under cover or safe from seri  "--si  expected Tever"siri'ce'-May.lM!>  ^Tlie^struggl  fo^shakeVUi _ti   (    ^���������������������������     T. ^,.  lAustrosGermani-Sgrip^remains^thef^S^S??*;  cluefVfactor 'in~;the^waiv-news<_the Xjr_ti������������������&-&*  /ljrfstiwcek:-'*Sihcenhc'*faH^r'V\yaVr^7';;'������������������^  saw, the*third,largest cityyih-'Russia^V^rVf^  and the/capture of, Ivangorod.fby-S }^~S*V  &*!  the - Aiistjo/German- forces^'alljof "/t-'lg^eyv  was started in ample time to-enablc"  most of the" Russians to-gel,out,off-  thc pocket they" found  themselves'-  ���������������������������jn  when, the  enemy capliiredrthe."  Vistula forls."   In an  effort-to dc'-,  "prive/the  Germans of. thc use of"  railway communications and of-the/  Vistula river-for bringing up sup-"  plies*for their armiesrthe Russians  arc .making  a   desperate  effort  tp  still hold Novo Georgicvsk, a great  entrenched camp al the confluence*  of the Narcwand Vistula .rivers. "  of v'3 "definite; nature as to 'tbeSs\ic-':^S'r7^  cess "/or Tate^of ^the'.Russiari^armies' *  has. come from, the- front'.ybut 'Loh-V'j? V-?/*\Z  don'military/ opinionlis"reported To VV;VJkVy /  be inclined"* to "believe,, the retreatSgyfri ^SS\  ~*?v,  >-V^I  Italians Dominate Gorizia  A Paris despatch says that after  a desperate battle thc Italians have ---  stormed and captured the summit  of Monte San Michele, which' dom- -  inates Gorizia, 22 miles^ northwest  of Trieste.  " Red Cross 'und Sale  ^ The second monthly sale of vege- '-  .tablcsrfruitrctc"., inaidof the Red -"  Cross Fund, was held on Saturday  last, thc proceeds being $8.10. Thc  following contributed: Messrs. Turner & Donaldson, Mrs. Jaqucst,  Mrs. Attenborough, Mrs. Gaylord,  Mrs. Salt, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Bigge,  ��������������������������� Mrs. Mowal, Mrs. Butchart, Mrs.  Grahame, Mrs. Douglas Smith, Mrs.  Lawson Stroulger, Mrs. Forster,  Mrs. Slaplcton and children, Mrs.  Jainieson, Mrs. Emeny, Mrs. Lawes,  Mrs. Twigg, Mrs. Robson, Miss  Rosoman, Mr. Brown, Mr. Cowan,  Mr. C. Poison, Mr. Gibbs. Thc  vegetables remaining unsold were  sent to the camp at Vernon, for the  use of soldiers. The next sale will  be held oirSaturday, Sept. -llh.  M. R. Gibus, Secretary.  After the Blowing Up of a German Trench.  Remarkable photograph from lhe battle line in Flanders, showing a German trench blown to pieces  by a British mine, with British" soldiers who charged at the instant of thc explosion, standing guard over  Iheir German captives.  Armstrong's Fall Fair  Attention is "directed to the advertisement appearing in this issue  of Ihe Press of the 1915 Fall Fail-  now in preparation at Armstrong.  II is promised that this will be the  best ever held in our sister lown.  Certainly, some features are advertised which will add much interest  along new lines, and these will unquestionably receive the warm support of all. Four cups arc offered  for dislrict exhibits, the main one  being given bv the Hon. Martin  Burrell. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursdajv August 12, 1915  ago), has been denied a grant from the Patriotic  Fund of that city, and yet there is a case of a  sergeant in the Home Guard of Vernon who is  receiving $27.50 a month for his family."  AMERICA WILL BE ENRICHED  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 first insertion, 25c each subse-  quenl insertion.    Contract advertising. $1 an inch per month.  Legal Notices:    12c a line first insertion; 8c a line each subsequent insertion  Reading N������������������������������������ices and Locals: 15c a line.  AUGUST 12, 1915  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  It  tails  to  thc Weekly Chronicle,  the camp  bulletin of the 47th Overseas Battalion C. E. F.,  at Vernon,  lo direct attention to the. wrongful  handling of thc Canadian Patriotic Fund at that  point.    It is a good omen.    It will lead to the  showing up of other matters which. have been  whispered on thc streets for many weeks, and  which, for thc good of the cause of patriotism  should be handled rough-shod by the powers that  bc.   Where there is so much smoke there must be  some fire.   l<lo doubt the Militia Department will  if it has not already,.take the matter, in. hand. .. *  "In an interview with Mr. E. D. Watts, chairman  of  the   Vernon   relief   committee of  the  Patriotic Fund, a state of affairs was revealed  that wc do not think is generally known to those  big-hearted people who have subscribed so generously, that the children of those men leaving  for the Old Counlry should not suffer," says the  Chronicle.   "This is a difficult matter for an enr  listed man for overseas service to speak on, but  we have failed to find, in any paper, the facts of  how this fund is being administered, simply, wc  arc sure, because the papers of thc various cities  arc not aware of how the money is being distributed.   During these times, it is a pretty easy job  for a .young. j*i*_jrrigd._he_althy _m,a_n_Jo__cnlis_t_for  and leave the older married  H. E. Wells, the famous British novelist and  sociological writer, last week published these  views on what he considers will bc Europe's fate  as the result of the great war, and how America  will share in the spoils of war:  I will- assume the war regime will continue for  Iiiiropc for at least another year. Neither side will or  can give in until decisively beaten and there is far less  appearance now of any such decisive ending than  there was a year ago, when the Germans marched  upon Paris and had Calais for the taking.    n  We have to clear our minds of the idea of possible  internal collapse on either side. I will assume, too,  lhat whatever happens thc United States will remain  morally above the possibility of participation in the  struggle.  One thing follows upon these assumptions. Almost  inevitably the United Stales will take the financial  scepter out of the hands bf London and become the  country of rich men, a usurer country, to which all  other countries will be in debt.  An exhausted Germany will face peace with no gold  and an enormously depreciated paper currency.  France arid Great Britain will be in a scarcely better  position. For the necessary capital for peace recuperation, just as much as for war supplies, they will look  to America. England will cease to- be the fat land  of the world. That doubtful privilege of fatness will  pass across the Atlantic. /  That does not mean that American common man  will be any better ,pff than at present. The rise in  prices probably will make him practically worse oif,  but the American plutocrat will become the financial  master of the world.  One of the practical consequences of the world's  debt to America will be that imports will rise. There  will be more prosperity and less stimulus in American  life. The United States will in fact tend toward prewar conditions of Great Britain, and in many ways  take her place in the world's affairs.  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  i  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cord wood,  Dry Blocks,  GREEN BLOCKS,  $10.00 per M  -     $13.66 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. Enderby  THE A B C OF CO-OPERATION  Are you trying to get your-neighbors to buy  their fertilizers, feedstuff's, etc., co-operatively?  This, according to an authority on co-operation,  is "the A G B.of co-operation," but the economies  so. effected have, of ten been eye openers to farmers who have previously sat in darkness. Even  if you are not a member of the Growers' Association���������������������������though, this is the institution that should be  receiving your support, you can still get your  neighbors to join with you and make a bulk  order at considerable saving to all concerned, but  you can work more easily and effectively through  the local organization.  On this subject, Clarence Poc, in his book  "How Farmers Co-Operate and Double Profits,"  says: "To make my position. perfectly clear, I  think I ought to repeat that I believe. every  farmer should .participate in co-operative buying,  but I should not say at all that every farmer  should participate in co-operative merchandising.  Ordering together certain definite supplies you  need in farm work���������������������������this may bc a very different  proposition from buying a miscellaneous assortment of goods and hiring a man to sell them,to  a miscellaneous body of people. This policy may  or may not be a desirable form of co-operation.  But in any case farmers should join together to  buy their fertilizers, feedstuff's and machinery,  whether bought through a local merchant or  from a distant dealer."    A name that stands for tlie best in hotel service  King Edwardftotfei, &J^U*P������������������Y Enderby  guard  won  nomc  man to find for himself, and wc sincerely hope  the day will speedily come, when the single man  and young married man will bc barred from  home service, and thc married men of from 45 up  selected. Hundreds of men arc wanted in the  prairies just now for farming. Why not send  the lusty, young, enlisted home guards? They  will hest defend their country by seeing that the  bread basket is in no way depleted."  From Mr. Watts, chairman of the relief committee, tlie editor of the Weekly Chronicle  gleaned lhc Following information: 'That in  Vernon alone ���������������������������!() per cent of llie money subscribed to Ihe Patriotic Fund was being paid to  families of those men enlisted for Home Defense,  lhat is lo say. that men remaining in Canada arc  placing in jeopardy a fund subscribed to by generous-hearted Canadians throughout lhe Dominion, for the aiding of families of those men who  have left or arc leaving these shores for the  great battlefield of Europe.,  "It is a dillicull subject for a soldier to handle,  but the excuse is simply, that it is our duty to  look after and plead'for those who are loo far  awav to plead for themselves.  light  A Home Product  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  FARMERS ARE MANUFACTURERS  Speaking on the question of co-operative  buying by farmers, Mr. George W. Russell, of thc  Irish Agricultural Organization Society has well  said: "You must bear in mind,.what is too often  forgotten, that farmers arc manufacturers, and  as such arc entitled to buy thc raw materials for  their industry at wholesale 'prices". Every other-  kind of manufacturer in the world gets trade  terms when he buys. Those who buy, not to  consume but to-manufacture again, get their requirements at wholesale terms in every country  in thc world. If a publisher of books is  approached by a bookseller he gives that bookseller trade terms, because hc buys again. If you  or I as private individuals want one of those  books we pay the full retail price. Even the  cobbler, the carpenter, the solitary artist, get  trade terms. The farmer, who is as much a manufacturer as the shipbuilder, or the factory proprietor, is as much entitled to trade terms when  he buys the raw materials for his industry. His  seeds, fertilizers, plows, implements, cake, feeding stuff's, are the raw materials of his industry,  "Another factor lhat has come io light, which which he uses to produce wheat, beef, mutton,  on the face of it is most distressing, and that is I pork or whatever else; and, in my opinion, there  that one family lias received from the Govern-1should be no differentiation between thc farmer  ment and Patriotic Fund about $160, and now i when he buys and any other kind of manufac-  after all this the wife has withdrawn her consent. I turcr. Is it any wonder lhat agriculture decays  In another similar case $52 had been paid.!in countries where the farmers are expected to  Wives should not bc allowed to withdraw per-j buy at retail prices and sell at wholesale prices?  mission except under exceptional conditions, and! You musl not.'lo save any row, sell the rights of  then lhe money received from tbe Patriotic Fund;farmers."  should be returned.  "A serious case at the Mobilization Camp,  Vernon, al the present time is the fact that  Sergeant-Major W. A. Carey of Chilliwack, who  has a family of six children  (one born a week  a  Chance at Your���������������������������  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Ball Programmes  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes -;;_  Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Invitations  Visiting 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  It used to be that an optimist was considered  a fellow who had some unimproved real estate  for sale, but today an optimist is a fellow with  spuds to sell from the real estate.  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound y0urave  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from���������������������������    THE WALKER PRESS  < M  II  ! Thursday, August 12, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS. AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  GILLETTS  LYE  EATS PMRT  l"������������������ii etrcne opinimo -run. oimctiox* i^"*1 *'lMlt |(l  -������������������_*!*_)������������������  ^G.,aajCOMPAlWUHj2  __.t6      TORONTO ONT.    H������������������^>  Wc have been closely studying  the map of Russia recently, and the  only name found,there that looks  anything like respectability is the  town of Bicgoray,.,and we.haven|t.  been.able to discover how it got so  far-away from home.  OF CANADA   ,  When will You Save If  you don't Save NOW ?  '- Though your'salary or income,  will "no doubt increase, so will  your expenses���������������������������-and many find  that the latter more than keep -  pace with the former. Now is the  time to start a;Reserve Fund-7-  and. the Savings .Department,of  the Union Bank of Canada is  the place to.keep;it.-v~ -V S.^'.-.'..  Deposit the extra you have on  hanil now ��������������������������� you can open an  account"with^ariy-sum, down to:  . one dollar���������������������������and drawintere9t on it.  EnderDy Branch. ~Y   J. W. GILLMAN, Manager  Allied Fleet under a heavy fire from the Turkish forts.  a vivid impression  I the period when the lleet was poui  about the warships in the first  This unique battle photograph gives  Turks during the period when the fleet  line,  of the vigorous- defense   put   up   by   the,'  was pounding away at the fortifications.    Shells, arc seen lail-j-  sending-up great columns of water. ,    ,  'SECRET SOCIETIES  Aifc&AtMi  Enderby. Lodge No. 40"  ""Regular^ meetingt first  Thursday on or aft*? the  full moon at'Sp.' m. H Oddfellows -Hall.-.-. TitftiW  brethren cordially invite,!'"  R. E. WHEELER.  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary ,  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.,-  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall    Visitors cor-  '��������������������������� dially invited to at tend.-  r: e. harkins. c. c.  g. g. campbell. k.r.s.  _yV   .. R..J. COLTART.' M.F.   -  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  ���������������������������ntertainments. - For rates, t-tc, address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  D  R. C. J. McCULLOUGH,  DENTIST  ���������������������������Hoursr_-to**-12-and"_-toH5r" ** ���������������������������   '���������������������������   By appointment only  Poison Block, at bridge.;-    Enderby  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  |Mon������������������jr to Loan  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B.C.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables!  ENDERBY, B.:C% .  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv  ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo- <  dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers J  Land-seekers and. Tourists in  vited to give us a trial.  O.K.  Baths inconnection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  NEW RED CROSS CAMPAIGN  Canadian Bed Cross Society und ^t. John Ambulance Association, Vancouver, B.C.:  Editor Enderby Press: ' ...  D.ear Sir: May we enlist your'assistance in a  Provincial-wide movement to provide the Fifth  Army. Medical Corps with surgical and, ambulance equipment in addition to that provided b_r  the Dominion Government. This'equipment will  be. used for the purpose-of'saving the lives., of  British,Columbia soldiers. The principal items  .lo*be provided will be special surgical instruments, X-ray apparatus and'powerfurmotqr am-,  bulances; the latter to convey the' wounded  soldier from the battlelihe to the hospital, in ,the  quickest possible manner, and. the former to enable-the-surgeons in charge to quickly and painlessly determine the extent and nature of his  injuries,-to locate bullets, "and" shell-.splinters  definitely; thus enabling their extraction "with- a  minimum loss - of/time .and the least'amount' of  suffering to tlie soldier.'Y ��������������������������� / '' 7 '' '7' - ~." *; . ;  ^Ma.nylliyes,.have.already. been sacrificed, because  sucH7 apparatus was either lacking or .'inadequate  in ^amount to, enable all the-wounded'to'receive  its Benefits. Many more of our boys will fail to  return Unless such equipment is provided.  . While-the .enthusiasm, for* furnishing, machine  gliiis is at fever heat it must not be forgotten that  the saving of our own soldiers isrjust as impbrt-  ant.as thc destruction of the enemy troops.    V  It is estimated that at least $25,000 will be  required to meet the exigencies of the case, and  the.B. C. branches of the Red Cross Society'and  the'St."John Ambulance Association have com-  bined their forces ���������������������������to direct and stimulate. the  raising of this amount. All other patriotic organizations of the province will join hands with us.  Without thc co-operation of the press throughout,  thc Province the campaign cannot meet with the  success which its importance deserves;  We realize the powerful influence that thc  papers exert, and appeal to your patriotism to  lend your, columns in support of the_cause, which  is^prWi^i"al^vvicle"iiY exteiftr^llftmvns and~citics  where Red Cross or St.John Ambulance branches  have been established the treasurers of these  societies will be the natural custodians of funds  collected until they arc forwarded to the central  fund in Vancouver. Where there is no branch of  cither society wc would request you to co-opcratc  with the mayor or reeve (as thc case may be)  with respect to the funds while thc campaign is  in progress. -               -    Wc will rely entirely on your own judgement  as to how thc campaign should be waged in your  own particular locality, since you alone know  more of local conditions than any other person.  However, material will bc forwarded from the  head oflice weekly, of which you may use as  much as is justifiable in your opinion.  The offices and everything in them, from furniture to typewriter ribbons, are costing the societies nothing, and the officers are giving their  services gratuitously. Yours very truly,  C. R. C. S. & S. J: A. A., per    R. W. Hull, P.A.  then driven into each.stake 18 inches from the  ground. After the skeleton is stood up. in tripod  form, "a 6-foot stick, lighter in weight,'lhan the  uprights, is laid across two spikes. Ihen another  stick is laid on the.remaining spike and brought  inside of one leg of the tripod to rest on the hori-.  zontal bar. When a third horizontal bar is laid  in place, the,skeleton is-complete. Mr. Herold  recommends boring holes and using pegs in place  of spikes. .Such^'a change, would, make them  more easily stored, as the pegs could be removed'  in the. fall.'- v '--*-- *-\ 7  Mii stacking, a forkful is first,, placed on each  projection-of two horizontal bars, then a forkful  oh each bar, between two legs on the tripod. After  that thebuilcling may, go on-round and round the  form' untiKenoughj is Maid * oh to. weigh: approximately 500, pounds,-' when itvis- dry enough" to  Haul-,to the barn/.",'- : -"''77"YYY.:.".-. ..  " Being elevated 18 inclies.from?the ground there  isi abundant^opportiiriU  under the stack;"and up in^the.cbhe-sHiaped-cehtre'  *pf it.:. The plants beneath,'the, stackfwould riot be  lulled oiit even"if the. alt'alfa.>ljpuld:b.e hllowedltp.  stand' a considerable'time'in" thedfield, as .often  happensywhcn-tlie crop is'cured]!iri;C'ocksi  \ ' y"  ':   In preparihgrthe alfalfa foh _this system, of  curing, it is tedded, and in some'cases, put on the  ^skeleton the same day it is cut.-:If the dew an,cj  extra water is dried off and,hotliing left but the  juices within; the''plant',. it is safe. { It is left; thus  until it is fit 16 draw'to the niqw.c! -'*.      '" Y  *"-Mr. Herold said to the. Farmer's: Advocate: "I  will guarantee it^tostand twowecks of unsettled  weather and not. spoil!' It will"bl-gacKj-bf course,  on the outside, but under that it will be fresh, ancl  best ofrall, thc leaves .will remain on it."w  Grindrod Grocery  We believe we can save  you DOLLARS if vou 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. TOMKINSON  GENERAL GROCER  GRINDROD  ���������������������������j"  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 BritishXoIumbia,  may be lease'd for a'term of twenly-  one years at an-arinual rental of ������������������1-  an acre. Not more,than 25G0 acres  will be leased to:pne applicant.    .  "Application for'ya lease must be  made by the applicant Jn person to"  the-,Agent.'of sub-Agent tof tlie district in which rights'applied for are.  situated, i -   \  "VW'V'->VV  ���������������������������   In   surveyed'"territory'the  land  must be described liy sections,.or,  legal sub-divisions of sections, and .  in .unsurveyed -territory   the   tract  applied for shall-be* staked out by  the applicant himself.'. ,       -  Eachapplicatioh-must.be accomV  ^panie'd by a fee, of $5 which .will ba -  refunded if the rights applied for. %  are riot available, but not othei\\yisc:^, V v  A royalty shall, be"paid^on the-mer-VV^lP  chantable output,of the mine atjthe ,,^ V.  rate ofj five .cents per ton.- -"". ** "fv'f'  '. The .'person  operating the  mine. Y^~\  shall, furnish the Agent.with sworn \l,l -"  returns   accounting' for   the  .fuir^-V-;  quantity    of,,   merchantable ���������������������������.; i-coal YY7\ci  mined and pay the royalty. thereonVr:M$7  lf,:1he, coal mining, rights rare ;hot4>C'T^������������������r-  bperated," such- returns  shouldVbe'rt'77:':7s^7-&  .ril  BECKEK'S LAST WORD  CURING ALFALFA OFF THE GROUND  Here's the way a heavy producer of alfalfa,  Otto Herold, of Lincoln, County, Ont.; cures  alfalfa without injury during unsettled or rainy  weather without the loss of leaves, the real food-  parts. The same practice Js followed in parts of  the state of Illinois, in Ireland, and in Germany:  To cure alfalfa above the ground, a man is sent  to the bush to cut and prepare the stands.   No  Becker, the New York police captain, convicted  of thc killing of Rosenthal some two years ago,  was finally executed at Sing Sing last Friday': He  led the way to the execution chair "after reading  this last message to thc prison ollicials ancly re-  pWteTs^alhtrrl^  "I stand before you in my full 'senses, knowing  lhat no' power on earth can save ine from the  grave that is to receive me. In the face of that,  in thc teeth of those who condemn, mc, and in the  presence of my God and your God,I proclaim my  absolute innocence of the foul crime for which I  must die, You are now about* to witness my destruction by thc state, which is organized to protect-the-lives of thc innocent. -May-Almighty  God pardon everyone .who has contributed in any  degree to my untimely death. And now on the  brink of my grave I declare to the world that I am  proud to have been the husband of the purest,  noblest woman that ever lived���������������������������Helen Becker.  This acknowledgment is thc only legacy01 can  leave her. I bid you all goodbye. Father, I am  ready to go.   Signed, Charles Becker."  THE FUTURE OF CONSTANTINOPLE  furnished at least "once d-ycarr S^'^^f^kl  ivThe. leaser-will 1-includi_-theVco*al'%3a:*^|  '"'���������������������������"># ri_hts,/q'^  may be'permitted.toTpurchasc_what--;^'-.fifrcl  everTavailable surfaccrights-a's may-l^?^y^|  bet/considered -; necessary 7> f or! * thc ":S7 ^V^  working,of the,mine,V������������������t the^ratcbf-; pV'H;  ������������������10"an acre.Vc,   ~_,7\\   "-S-'SSSS7,-, V7r"  .For fiill ^information application- V;*. "i.  should be" niade-td,thc'SGc'retary of V"   ;\'v  the Department of.thc. Interior, .Ot-y -, ,?C77  tawa, or to any Agent-or sub-Age^pt/yf.;-  of Dominion Lands. ., ���������������������������'     ,  V   :"v-  . ..-. ������������������'c ' AV. W. COR\r,   yVV   . V  -    - Deputy Minister of the Interior.���������������������������",*���������������������������*   l-V  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� iV.B.r-Unauthorizedpublication   'f7   '.S".".-  this advertisement-'wiil not be paid,, -.: .  for.���������������������������58782..    --  ,  -.    -'  -.     ���������������������������-'*-*.  V-S-  vIf you want prime, fresh meats'* we  have them. Our,cattle are "grain-fed  and selected by. our own buyers froo  Lhe richest feeding grounds 'in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the.  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, ���������������������������  can give you- the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Leeds the other  Constantinople,  Sir Edwin Pears, speaking at  day 'regarding the future of  predicted that Bulgaria and Serbia would become  one nation arid people. The* difficulties before  the Allies in'thc Dardanelles were, he said, enormous, but they could be surmounted. With regard to the future of Constantinople, it would  he a misfortune for Russia to try to possess it..  If Russia occupied Constantinople every one of  the Balkan states would become jealous. In his  opinion the solution of the problem lay in creating a neutral state. It would bc a small state,  which would go round the Sea of Marmora and  special name is given the frame, so, for con , _  venience the Farmer's Advocate calls the frame include thc Bosphorus on tho. north and the Dar-  a 'skeleton.'    Three sticks seven feet long and-dandles, on thc south.     His suggestion was that  Customer's Own Material-Made.  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' ano" Gents' Tailor.  To Whom it May 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, May 20, 1915.  government  not more than three inches in diameter at the the  large end, are first cut and loosely wired together commission  at the top, by holes being bored near the top and | countries wc  should be in thc hands of -n  Such a scheme would help the  had   assisted   into   freedom, and  the wire 'fastened through.    A 5-inch spike is | would keep the navigation of thc Black Sea open,G. P  c.  P. R. TIMETABLE  In  'effect--May 31, 1915  Southbound                    Northbound  10.10 lv.  Sicamous       ar.  17.25  10.50'  Fossett  17.08  11.11  Mara  ���������������������������16.40  11.25  Grindrod  10.24  11.39  Enderby  16.09  12.05     ,  Armstrong  15.40  12.13  Realm  15.32  12.23  Larkin  15.20  12.50  Vernon  14.55  13.10 ar.  Okanagan Ldg   lv.  14.40  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A.,  Vancouver   Agt., El  iderby THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 12, 1915  WANT ADS  LOST���������������������������- 7-vear-old brown mure;  "10" brand. Notify Stepney  Ranch,  Enderby. -      21  WANTED���������������������������Strong girl or woman,  for general housework. Wages  $15 per month. Bernard Rosoman  ('rind rod.  JOHN NORDLOW'S PLACE on lhc  Endcrby-Mebel Lake road, for  sale: $4,000.' Improvements,  standing limber and hay all inlo  lhe bargain. These arc alone  worth the full price asked, so the  purchaser would actually get the  land (90 acres) for practically  nothing. It i.s one of the most  fertile places in the Mabel Lake  Valley. Address. John Nordlow,  Enderbv   Poslo(lice.  WRITES FROM THE FRONT  Ex-Provincial Constable Oland,  who left Enderby early on lhc outbreak of* war for active service at  the front, with Rein Brown, writes  to B. Johnstone from the front, under date of July 13th. He^wishes  to bc remembered to all Enderby  friends. From his leller. il is apparent he has been in some of the  thickest of the fighting at lhc Yprcs  front. At the time Rein Brown was  killed in action, Oland was in the  hospital, a fever patient. He says  of Rein's death: "Tell Ihe boys  Brown died like a man, and was  right with his gun when he gol il.  He was hit iu the back of his head  and neck by a piece of shell, and  died' instantly."  "She is a warm baby, -Buck"," hc  writes, "and believe me, I will be  ii pleased boy when peace once  more is here; and Canada is good  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  o    as well as the best.  J.  E. CRANE,   Proprietor  Ranchers,   .  Attention !  Now is the lime to paint your  House,   Barn  or outbuildings.  Paint is going AT COST; labor  about  HALF-PRICE.  If you have not the cash, whal  will you trade?  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Box 43, Enderby.  At Armslrong a week or -more  ago, a charge of fraudulent intent  against V. T. Jackson, laid by his  former partner, Mr. Dakin, was  dismissed by Magistrates Patten,  ('raham and Wright. Thc charge  was lhat .wilh intent to defraud,  Jackson had inserted in the minute  hook of the company a resolution  declaring a dividend on certain  =-������������������ I o ck ,--w-h o-! i=a,s_a-i ft a I lcr__o __f.a_,L_n o,  such resolution had been passed.  The prosecution was conducted by  A. II.��������������������������� Macneil, K.C., and lhc defense by S.-S. Taylor K.C, bolh of  Vancouver, and .A. 0. Cochrane of  Vernon.  enough for mc. Talk about shells  and bullets���������������������������gee whiz, lhere seems  lo be no scarcity of them in Germany. But we arc having a very  quiet lime at present, although doing quite a bit in lhe front line of  trenches. It is hell in a way, and  yet, outside of the night when we  have to stand lo, expecting things  to happen all the lime, 1 am beginning to  enjoy il.  "The English front is at present  quiet.    Wc arc getting nothing to  what thc French have been getting,  although we are liable to think we  arc, doing it all.    The French  artillery is wonderful. The boys have  great fun.'at limes,' hollering over  to thc Germans.    You can imagine  the remarks.   And the Germans are  just as good answering back.   You  sec the  trendies are quite close-  fro m 500  to 30 yards apart.    The  snipers get quite a few, and mostly  head  wounds.       Am  gelling quite  expert    al   digging   dugouts..    We  generally   spend   the   day . digging  one and  Ihen  have  to  get oul to  reserves, do a stunl there and then  to   billets���������������������������generally   an   old   cow-  stable���������������������������-but   never  away   from   Ihe  German shells; in fact it i.s as bad  away as in the first line, in many  ways.    Some  of  our  first  lot  are  having leave in England, and as we  are part of the bunch, 1 am looking  forward   to   it.     We  only  get   the  amouni    equal    to    six    dollars    a  month   while   here���������������������������payed, twice  monthly���������������������������then have a feed and arc  broke again.    *  "They are sending us over some  souvenirs this morning. They  call them 'whiz-bangs.' They arc  about six pounders, and come kind  of sudden as their name implies.  They sure keep a variety, everything from Jack Johnsons todum  dum bullets; but the trenches are  deep and thick- and the dugouts  pretty safe, so we manage to get  along and cook our bully beef and  tea." -       .  LUMBER EXPORT TRADE  The   Provincial   Department   of  Lands is receiving frequent enquiries in connection with Ihe development  of the-coast  lumber export  trade, and it would-appear that increased attention  is being paid  lo  the'securing of millsites and timber  along thc northern seaboard.    The  information   circulated   under   instructions from the Honorable lhe  Minister of Lands for the guidance  of  manufacturers  both   in   the  interior and on the coasl has aroused  much    interest.      Trade    inquiries  from     importers    in    Ihe    Uniled  Kingdom,  Australia,  South  Africa,  California and olher markets have  been   circulated   among   the   mills,  go*"fd"TGsti I lira rc^liopccH'dr.  LUMBER IN BIG DEMAND  : Cessation of the war in Europe  will mean an enormous demand for  the lumber products of the Northwest and will make necessary  greatly increased shipping facilities  if utter paralyzation of the industry  is to be avoided. Assurance of  these facts was given members of  lhc Federal Trade Commission at  Seattle on Monday by Allan II.  Daughcrly,' president of thc Ocean  Lumber Company, one of lhe  heaviest exporters of lumber in  Pugcl Sound. There is al present  a demand for lumber in Europe  lhal is greater than can he supplied  with the existing transportation  facilities, Mr. Daughcrly said, and-  exporters could double the lumber  sales abroad if ships could be  found to carry Ihe cargoes. He  suggested lo the commission lhal  lhe big problem in lhe development  of foreign trade was the building  up of a merchant marine adequate  to the needs of American shipping.  CONSTRUCTIVE WORK  During the discussion at the  midsummer quarterly meeting of  the Western Pine Manufacturers'  Association at Spokane, Wash., Mr.  McGoldrich** of the McGoldrich  Lumber Company, told of attending  a meeting of the Mountain Lumber  Manufacturers in Calgary, recently.  He said the dill'erence between the  attitude of lhc U. S. Government  and that of Canada toward the  lumber industry was marked.  "The United Slates Government,"  he said, "is holding a post-mortem  examination on lhc industry, while  British Columbia is doing constructive work for Ihe industry."  .   BOTH ARMS AMPUTATED     -  Word was received from J. Ii. G.  Baird the past week by Hupel  frinds saying lhal, while he was  awarded the Victoria Cross, "the  final result of the shell wounds received 'by him while leading his  troop into action, was lhat bolh  arms .had .to be amputated. Mr  Baird says that so soon as he is in  fit cohdiiion to travel he is coming  back to'Hupel and have over again  the good old times of yore.  MANITOBA GOES LIBERAL     .  Our Sale will close  August 14th  * '   ���������������������������  *    ' A  _^_^___^__  Only two days more of  these extraordinary bar-  gains in Hardware of  every description. H_SSi_ 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  vfl  PM^WGrHEWiNG-flNSMITHING  ii  According to the latest returns  in thc Manitoba elections .held-lasl  Friday, the Liberals .elected " 38  members and ;thc Conservatives 7.  In three constituencies, Nelson,  Grand Rapids and The Pas, llie  election is yet.to take place. _  Inclined to Listen lo Ihe Pope  and  If its' fruit ices or a delicious cup  of tea and ���������������������������light lunch that you  want, you will find them al the  Brownie tea  rooms.  Berlin, Aug. 3s���������������������������Virtually the first  editorial expression of Berlin news  papers relative ,to Germany's willingness to accept peace terms was  voiced    today    by    the    Deutsche  Tages Zeilung in  discussing Pope  Benedict's plea for the cessation-of  the-European   war.-   "No  country  would'receive lhe Roman Catholic  Church's   proclamation    of   peace  with greater respect and less prejudice than Germany," says the paper  "Germany is willing at all limes to  accept reasonable, peace conditions  iri  accordance  with  an  even  balance, progress and  safely  for all  nations."  "Rouati on Rats"- clears out  Rats, Mice, etc. Don't die in House.  15c-25c. At drug and country stores  New Westminster, B. C.    ���������������������������-'{-  : ��������������������������� ;��������������������������� ��������������������������� " "   I _ **.  Ladies1* College. Young- Men's Academy  v If your son or daughter wishes to take-V."   *_.'���������������������������<" *  Preparatory or Advanced Academic Work,;      ���������������������������;.      . %    ;-;V  A Commercial Course, . ,.  ,,,        {7 ''\~' "-->  Piano, Violin, Voice or Theory, ,-" ^    V;.r-VV  -Elocution.or Art or Domestic-Science",  Columbian College Offers Special Advantages'  Will open September 8th. AH. SANFORD, D.D.,xPriilCi|)al  MATER NIT Y N URSI.NG.  Enderby.  Mrs.Wcst,  A. Munro & Co., Armstrong  Beg   lo  .secured  announce lhal they have-  Mrs. Geo. Walsnn lo take  charge of their'Millinery Department. Mrs. Watson i.s now selecting lhe latest novelties, and slates  she will bring lo Armstrong some  extremely smart pallern hats���������������������������  copies of late New York models.  These, together wit  ported European  make���������������������������  h   direct   im-  creations,    will  Munro's Millinery Showing  More complete lhan any previous season. Mrs. Watson's trimming  ability and her experience in Chicago, Seattle and olher style centres,  wilh our special importing facilities will enable us lo offer Millinery  of lhc Highest Grade al moderate prices  lo suit  the limes.  A. MUNRO &. CO.,  Millinery and Dry Goods Specialists  ARMSTRONG, B. C.  1915 TALI FAIR  Armstrong, B. C.  SEPT. 28 - 29  Bigger and Better  than ever  NEW FEATURES  Dislrict Exhibits- (Yale-Cariboo) ���������������������������  'I Silver Cups.  Boys under 10 showing best heifer  calf under !) months. Silver  Cup  and   three  cash  prizes.  Boys under 18, decorating and  showing heavy draught horses.  Gold medal and 2 cash prizes.  Stock Judging Contest���������������������������thice cash  prizes.  Horse Jumping���������������������������three cash prizes.  F.O.B. Enderby  per pound of  Butter Fat.  par po nd of  Butter Fat  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 pleach month-.  Write or Phone AT ONCE���������������������������must not delay  Armstrong Creamery Armstrong  Broncho   Busting���������������������������Two  ���������������������������I olher prizes.  cash  ind  These are a few of thc new features which the management has  added lo its already-attractive list.  All patriots-.should exhibit at and  attend lhe Fair.  Full information and Prize Lists  can be obtained from���������������������������  MAT. ITASSEN, Secretary.  BULLETIN ON SWINE RAISING  The second edition of Bulletin  No. 17 of the Federal 'live slock  branch, entilled Swine Husbandry  in Canada, has been issued, and  may bc had on application to thc  agricullural department at Ottawa.  The interest in swine raising, siiululated no doubt.by the high values  of pork products, made such a demand for information on this subject that the first edition, printed  last year, was quickly exhausted.  This new edition brings up lo date  statistics with respect to pedigree,  registration and Ihe trade in hog  products. II i.s shown that thc  total exports for the liscal year  ending March 31st, 1915,'amounted  to 1(50,048,519 pounds, as against  27,501 ;.M.O pounds thc previous  year. This bulletin covers the  whole Held of swine raising, giving  the results of ollicial experiments  as well as the practices of successful farmer swine raisers. An in-  teresting section describes thc system of feeding hogs in Denmark  where combinations of food arc  prepared according to their food  units, in which one pound of grain,'  ���������������������������wheat, barley, peas, corn, etc., constitutes one food unit, which is  equal lo 8 pounds mangls, 4 pounds  boiled potatoes, 5 pounds alfalfa,  six pounds skim milk or 12 pounds  whey. It is shown lhal lhe diet i.s  varied in a definite way for pigs of  di lie re nl ages.  We must have  GROCERIES  And if you make it a point  always to get the best brands  and freshest goods, you will  be money ahead���������������������������particularly when you can get them at  prices as low as the poorer  brands are sold for. / Order  from us if you want the best  in quality and price.   ,  Delicious pears and plums  for preserving now in stock.  Leave your orders and we  will deliver.  ��������������������������� '- ^  .HI  '���������������������������IL  '    "'1  vi  W. J. WOODS

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