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 ���������������������������j' , -- I  Enderby,, B.C., September :16, 1915 ,  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 29; Whole No.383 ,. _ y  News Notes of Enderby arid District  Briefly Told for Busy Readers  ' Mrs. (Rev.) Dow left for Ross-  land'Wednesday, to spend a few  weeks with friends.  ' Mr. Frank- Hassard purchased a  6-cylindcr McLaughlin motor car  this-week, 1910 model.  Rev. C. and  Mrs. Reed will, return   from   their  camping "trip   to  .Grindrod on Thursday.       . -  Colonel Lowery thinks the time  is   ripe   for  Christ  to"-drop   into  ! Europe- and size .up'the,situation.,  " 'Next -"Tuesday and Wednesday  arc" Armstrong Fall Fair days. ."It  .is  promised  that- this  year's  fair  will.eclipse.all others.  / Jack     Wayne- .returned     from  ���������������������������Vancouver''the' past week, and is  now busy, remodeling the interior  of the Hassard-home.-  V--We***arc. requested to announce  that there .'will be'no meeting of the  Woman's/Club this month", but the  'club will-meet "asiusual in, October.  ,, ... -:ParislV"of-,Enderby; 16th Sunday,  I .?.SSS^aftcr...Trinity:-iH6ly.Communion, 8  \/S" V'!V:ni;;\: *Mattins;v ll1' a_m.;r - Sunday  Managers Bobbs & Johnston arc  bringing . to Enderby . the Calgary  News-Telegram's patriotic -- war  picture show, accompanied by the  famous saxophone quartette. Thc  company will occupy > the boards  on the evening of September 30th.  The purpose of the'News-Telegram  in sending this picture show but "on  the road is to create a.fund for,thc  injured soldiers who will be sent  home to Canada from the front .io  re-establish; themselves- here. The  pictures shown arc said, to be-the  best genuine-war pictures thus-far  shown of England and the front.  In addition to the "pictures, the saxophone quartette is recommended  lo be well worlh the" price,of-admission. ,. ������������������ j"  HOME ENTERED AND ROBBED  , Mr. R. R. Gibbs-and* Miss Gibbs  ���������������������������etu'rned, from-tbeiK camping trip  to Mara. lake, last 'Wednesday,*-, and  on'staking:up-the work "of patting  thc">! house *2in orders/after,Ihe,. two  or "three.iwceks absence;-they"made.  the'V^riide-^discoyer.y'-' -that >their  h6me^Kadibe"enlenterelltiriitheiri'ab-  senceji and ���������������������������/robbe'd'/of^mpney/ and;  articles Fof ���������������������������^jewelc'fy'J.fcfc.";^. toVthe  valueV6f|m6i>rthah>^10p^vlt-was;  foif_d'Jth1it;the^culprit-hadHorn:the  ������������������%!,i������������������_^vr-_ori"3:Hn?yf.ri������������������r-ftf.._-tKr.'-cellaiv  WILSONYrBOGERT  NUPTIALS  A very happy, event took.place  at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.  Bogcrt./Wedncsday' afternoon; Sept.  15th, -when their eldest daughter,  Amclia-Wilfmina^bccamc lhe brides  of Mr. Herbert R. Wilson, thc Rev.  Mr.  Dow  officiating.  The  bride   was   becomingly   attired   in   deep "embroidered , voile  and bridal veil;' carrying a bouquet  of roses."- Her sister} Lavinia, acted  as   bridesmaid,   and    Miv  Arthur.  Teece  was-groomsman.    Only, the  immediate   relatives   of  thc   bride  and-groom were present to witness  the happy ceremony.        _        V ' -������������������  *  :The.;large "fuimber  of 'beautiful.  anclusefuKpresehts received by the  bride  were >.evidcnce  of, thc jlove  and esteem in ^whicli they are held  by, the 'community.     Miss ^Bogcrt  has grown up anEriderby girl,-* and  her .quiet,:- unassuming disposition1  has made her evcr-a favorite-with  those who have'watched her development.   -Mr. Wilson, the "man'of  her-choice; cariie-'hcrc from Eastern.. Canada -some/ few - years4 ago,-  and, with-his. mother/has;resided  on/the AVilson*"-properly,- .iri? the.  Moffet-addilion ���������������������������tp.;Endcrby, 'iwhere  district belter-pdstcd%)ri the'subjeqtj  laiv-arid'better^ble-lb^^^^  __������������������ ^i_Poll'__Sir������������������fni������������������in0r.������������������_^fni_i___rAiu______  Delinquent Tax Saielhdifinitely.  ���������������������������'.';'. "Postponed" ;by>the City Council:  The .delinquent tax sale is off.  . - ll was so,decided at ajnecting of  the City Council Monday evening."  ���������������������������- '.The sale is off for thc reason that  lhe city has - virtually nothing to  sell. Of the property delinquent  for 1913 taxes, very little; if any remains,' the ratepayers having conic'  forward at the last" moment and  paid into the-^ityytreasury all(taxes  lor 1913 overdue:'  And, with , the 1913. delinquents  n'aid up, and a very large per cent-  age of 1911's also, settled",, the "City.  Council concluded.that it .would be'  -wise to - (.withdraw,,- |he ** proposed*  sale to recover/the comparatively  small amount of ,_yf4 * taxes j re-*,  mainig/unpaid���������������������������aUt least, for'the  present,-which.means until, 1916. ,  Air members except -Alderman  Faiilkiieiywho is absent.from town,  'were '"in -attendance/atk Monday's  meeting.'- -After, the* approvals bf  ''the;minutcs .of thcrlast.in'eeling/tHe--  '.biidscwerc^opened /for, reading,, rc-  "*cordingp���������������������������and/reportingjson^water  'gaugeT on/Brash's creek; -"Following  tenders;'weVcffead '.-S-'Kf, -^y^tST^������������������?.  :'k-  to press matters any  further/just^'V/,  now'would  be  unwise, ^and   they   ";-  recommended  thai  the holding .of/y/  the tax sale bc,postponed for'a few-.r -.  months, "and that .the Clerk bc in--"-",  slructcd-to send a circular lettciylo.  all  property  owners -whose/taxes^  are unpaid, notifying thenvof this v  decision,   but   at    the- same;,time ���������������������������  pointing out lhat if the townJ������������������is-to- ,  continue  to enjoy  thc benefits* of  schools, water-service, street-light-,  ing,<.police and lire protection and:  the manv .other advantages 'of- or-'/  ga'nize'd, self-governing community,/  life,*--'it is-absolutely necessaryylhat y. .  'ihcvpublicreveniics"be forthcoming j^-Kc^  and warning them thal~lhe**holding.** "V^/^l  of-,>a"tax'-s'ale has viiot .been' aban^t  doned,  biit ;only'V'pdstponed,"*and-C>;  slated "that^ of, tha;: $11,000..shq>yiir^v^^%  on -the-prihtcd balance sheet as-pui-^^^l  staridingat thc\ehd:of.l914,-:$l-,000^i-^?ig  consisted, of: school;laxes1. lcvied.iqn^MS^^������������������El  ^SSM  |i_?%__^&scn_S  l#^tfioht||^^  1^-'X^Wtli^aidlha^luiy������������������  ���������������������������'-' * *Mlmtfch������������������a_HllKcl|������������������  5^j.'i**_LzU l_r������������������_!ii?_rf_^i>^_T*__^___7S������������������>>������������������^IwsiiUic  - Vdbctors-"do' say.-that-'-hanging on the  - :fronf'* gate/produces "rheumatism;.  7 biit you can't make the-girls be-  '-. Jlieve it."-.       '        '���������������������������  The-Girard, 111., Citizen tells of  ^^oire^of^its^prom i ncnt^members-of=  llie cVimmunily who "has been suf-  -fering from rheumatism, which has  devolopc'd  very  painful  pain, and  ��������������������������� he is unable lo put any weight on  his limbs."  All who remember the Versatiles  will bc delighted to know that an  opportunity is to be given tnem to  hear these artists.again. Ihey will  appear at thc Opera House next  .���������������������������Salurday. evening in "Thc Girl from  - Nowhere."  G. M. Andrews brought to the  ��������������������������� Press office this week some sample  ears of corn grown on his Grand  Bend farm, which, for size and  lill beat anything wc have seen in  lhc district. And some tell us lhat  corn cannot bc raised successfully  here!  Lord Kitchener has just presented to the cabinet his estimate  of the number of British troops it  will be necessary to maintain on  Ihe Continent next year. It is said  ��������������������������� lhe number required greatly exceeds the number already in the  field, large as that is.  ,   -  Mr. 'A. Munro, Armstrong, was  more than pleased with the way  oiir Endcry ladies attended his  millinery opening last week. It is  a question who was most pleased,  lhe ladies who took advantage ^oi  lhe opportunity to see and-get his  up-to-date hats, or Mrs. Watson  who showed the hats and sold them  The private car of His Royal  Highness the .Duke of Connaught  was attached to the regular train  lo Vernon on Tuesday, whither he  went on military business. A civic  holiday was observed by the citizens of the Okanagan capital, and  His Highness reviewed the troops  there in training during the afternoon.  $j\^reigh7Sb^  keepsakes���������������������������had V likewise Vi disap  pcared.'V No "clue  was 'discovered  thJit.would^give an inkling of.the  housebreaker's'  identity.   -   . ���������������������������  ?nanaie&wnai5^veraiavju^a������������������?i������������������u,jiiMurij,  ^h^s^mer^caiij^  Ollicial'figures up to/Augusb21st ���������������������������  give British'* casualties in the war  at 391,983. . ,' -   .  .  ^1^rnt������������������xHfe@rffh^^ffa^  ;'ex_S'ensc,s;v.*"ahd> ui-ged/'-lrfTyicw-voT'  ,this,s>-fact; aiid/'for. other; reasons,"  thatJU -was-nol"-now ncccssary-or  advisable, to go any further/in [ihe.  If. virtue  is  ils  own "reward,  a  whole lot of us have been overpaid.  mailer of holding atax>alc at the  present     time.      The     committee  stated  lhat "the  ratepayers in.gcn-  Fresii roasled peanuts every .week    eral have made every possible cf  al Joe's. '       /-'   #-        Tort to meet  lhe situation   and lhat  City Clerk Rosoman has rendered invaluable-and another,    lhc delinquent list began to gel  ���������������������������      .     L ritv nf Fnrlnrhv in  the several shorlcr, slowly at first, then more rapidly, until,  service to the City ol  Lndcib>  in  the scNC.ai   ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^^ 1q ^ []mi ,)c  would accomplish-Nvhul-hc-scUout to do. _As thc  date of publication drew nearer, the ratepayers  still delinquent began to "dig," and ."dig"  deeper. Finally, Cily Clerk Rosoman was in a  position to present thc statement made to thc  City Council lasl Monday evening. Read it again.  Since that statement was made, the hope given  expression to by lhc Clerk that several hundred  dollars would yet come in, has been more than  realized, lie has received considerably more  lhan he hoped for, and lhc amount collected since  Monday will*--further reduce\thc current loan  from thc bank by more lhan a thousand dollars.  Virtually all of 1913 taxes have been collected,  and about 60 per cent of the taxes for 1914 arc in  the treasurer's hands. This is a record that our  ratepayers can take pride-in.'---They have more  than "made good." We did hot hide our financial difficulties under a bushel when we had them.  Wc published them. We laid them barcv Then  wc set about to surmount them. We have surmounted them. Congratulations, ratepayers;  everyone of you! It has been worth thc cil'ort,  to have achieved whal was aimed al. And, when  the City Council remodels the tax by-law so as  to start 1916 under thc quarterly payment system  wc shall, as a municipality, have placed ourselves  in a position where there cannot be a repetition  of the embarrassment suffered'by the city in the  first half of 1915.  years, that, he has held. Unit .position, but no  service that hc has rendered in thc past can compare, in real achievement, to that which hc has  this week witnessed thc culmination of. Mr.  Rosoman has had charge of thc city's business  from its inception. Hc knows it from a to z.  More, hc knows thc ratepayers of Enderby, everyone of them. And hc knows just where they  stand on matters of civic business. When it became necessary to advertise the fact that there  would be a sale of property to recover the taxes  owing thereon, the City Clerk set to work to  make this tax sale unnecessary if such a thing  were possible. He faced a 'difficult' problem.  The amount of taxes delinquent was large. At  first it looked as though the list of properly ior  sale would reach 500 parcels. This would have  occupied nearly two pages of Press. To publish  such a list would give Enderby a black eye. It  must/be avoided/ The only way to make this  unnecessary was for him to collect lhe,taxes delinquent before lhe dale set for the first publication of lhe tax sale. With mony tight and little  in circulation this was not an enviable task. But  he set to work. He got in touch with every delinquent ratepayer. He showed them how Ihcy  could save the expense of advertising, etc., and  urged and urged them again and again to-find  the money. With his encouragement, many who  had lost heart determined to make another try,  '/'���������������������������  postponing mc uia _������������������!������������������.  . ,".-*-', j"s-v^>^i  -Afler some-discussion thc Coun-y^/^> */*}!  cil   adopted   the  report - submitted' V/Vs\  bv the-finance commillcc on Aug.VV. -V.*  2nd,     which     recommended  ..the-  adoi)lioji_of_ a* q'.iortcrly-paymcnt_\  plan "and scveral^'llnrri nil ovation st-  in  connection  with  thc  collection  of laxes.  ,   . .  ENDERBY   TOBACCO  FUND     :  Thc Enderbv Tobacco Fund, report furnished by thc ladies shows  lhat another very successful tea  was held at lhc K. of P. Hall on  Saturday, Sept. 1th. Great praise  is given to Mrs. Thos. Pound who  went* from house lo house selling_  lhc Canadian war cake recipe at  10c each, and as a result of her  work brought inlo the Fund lhe  sum of $12.00. Thc cross was won  bv C. P. Poison, his guess being  $27.2<l, Ihe correct amount being  K27.10. Thc souks by little Alice  Sowden were much appreciated by  all those who had Ihe pleasure of  hearing her. Following is a list of  those who contributed so ucner-  ouslv lo the fund: Mrs. Brash,  Mrs.' J. Evans, Mrs. Keith, Mrs. G.  B. Johnston, Mrs. Gilman, Mrs.  Mann, Mrs. Anderson, Miss Mowat,  |Mrs. Pound, Mrs. Crane, Mrs. Gay-  lord, Mrs. Lawes, Mrs. Brown, Mrs.  Scotl, Mr. Speers, Mr. Blackbu/n,  Mr. C. Poison, Mr. Crane, Mr. Hilton, Mr. Forster, Mr. T. Robinson,  Miss A.  Faulkner.   Comedy Dampened by Rain  The Kingstonc-VVhilc comedy  people met wilh small houses on  Monday and Tuesday evenings, owing lo lhc heavy rains prevailing,  bul all who gathered at the Opera  House to witness thc performance  were well pleased with the character of the comedy sketches. The,,  slack-wire walking and balancing  by Kingslonc was exceptionally  clever, and the comedy end of the  performance won the heart of the  audience. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 16, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  shows, too, the prominent position in the matter  of world politics achieved by lhe United States.  To have suggested such a proposition a year ago  would have met with ridicule. Today no effort  is made lo belittle lhe importance of thc mission  of Ihesc Allied financiers, nor to hide lhc fact that  the loan musl be had.  How greatly the progress ol* llie war has altered  the opinion of lhe American nation. A year ago  when President Wilson was asked if it would-be  "proper" lor American financiers to loan money  lo any of lhc belligerents, he'promptly told them  thai, in view of lhc neutral position-of lhc Uniled  Slates, il was not desirable lhat such loans should  he made. Today lhat opinion'has been pushed  aside. Numerous large loans have already been  made lo lhe Allies, and no voice of prolesl, either  official or otherwise, is heard in connection wilh  lhe proposed new loan. Indeed, il is reported  from New York, lhal Lord Reading and his  colleagues have already been assured of seven  hundred and filly millions of the billion.  Three per cent interest on loans of this size is  generally considered a high rate. Five per cent  indicates who really profit by the war. But to  have been able to secure such a loan, even at this  high rate of interest, shows the confidence of the  American financiers in thc ultimate victory of thc  Allies.  CO-OPERATE  IN PURE-BRED SIRES  Published  every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C. at  S2   per  year,   by   the  Walk or   Press.  Advertising- Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  Lejral Notices:    12c a line first insertion; 8c a line each subsequent insertion  Reading1 Nttices and Locals: 15c a line.  SEPTEMBER 16, 1915  OVER ORGANIZATION vs. CO-OPERATION  Can you tell us why il is lhat in a small community like Enderby wc should have to have so  many  organizations,  each  and. all  doing some  good work, but lor thc most part one overlapping  the other, and all injured thereby?    In church  work,  lodge  work,  and  social ancl  amusement  lines il is all lhc same.   Two or Ihrcc organizations arc attempting to carry on work, good in  itself bul, when split up between so many, becomes a burden lo the community and a dislrac-  lion to the men and women appointed lo carry  Ihem on.   Wilh so many institutions and organisations covering lhc same ground and operating  upon and through lhc same people, all arc more  or less impaired in lhc work Ihcy do and thc community is split up into small units, each, to a very  ' large exlent, treading upon lhe Iocs or thc heels  of lhc other.   Don't you think more could be accomplished and the burden upon all lightened, if  we would reduce lhe number of organizations  and eo-epcralc more fully in the work of the one  or  two remaining?    Take, as an example, the  farmers' organizations:  We have the Growers'  Association,   the Egg  Circle,  the Cream   Circle  and  lhe Farmers' Inslilulc, not lo mention thc  individuals who buy and sell from and lo thc  farmers the requirements of thc market and lhc  farm.   One handles lhc growers' fruit and vege-  _ .Ulbiesj .hay, etc., ..another hand leg, the egg output,  another the cream output  (of a  lew), another  handles anvlhing for the farmer lhal he can sell  al a profit lo lhe middleman.   Why not combine?  Would il not bring aboul closer co-operation?  Our system of over-organizalion seems lo get  llie minimum of returns for the maximum of  effort and expenditure. But let us not run away  will) the idea that lhis applies only lo the agricultural organizations. We have it in town affairs,  church life, fraternal circles and semi-public  business and charitable organizations. We are,  in fael, organized until efficiency is gone,.and-the  work of each  A prominent and most successful dairy-stock  breeder some lime ago made a trip through this  part of thc Okanagan. He was quick to sec thc  advantages of the district for dairy-stock breeding and said hc never had seen a locality so  favorably situated for thc successful development  of this branch of agriculture. "But," said hc, "I  never have seen such scrub bulls allowed to run  at large as I have come across in my drives in  your, dislrict. In our country,, such scrubs would  be knocked in the head and sold for veal before  Ihcy had advanced far from the- sucking period."  He did not understand how our farmers could  expect JLo bring up lhc standard of their herds if  such scrub animals were to bc permit ted *to run  at large.  The use of scrub sires has been the banc of our  callle raisers in Ihc^pasl, though, in justice to thc  few who arc striving to build up thc standard of  their herd, il should be said thai,, here ancl there,  ranchers have paid big"money to bring into thc  dislrict first-class  pure-blood bulls.    More and  more our dairymen arc coming lo realize that wc  cannot expect lhe proper interest to. be taken in  stock raising until they themselves have animals  in which Ihcy can take pride, and which have  been bred for profit making along certain definite  lines.    Nor can  wc ever have this if each in-  dividual'Tarhicr musl purchase worthy sires for  his own herds and Hocks.   The cost is loo high.  Bight here is  where co-operation  comes in  again.   For three^or four years wc have listened  lo lhe Farmers' Inslilulc members discussing thc  advisability of gelling one of lhe pure-bred sires  which thc. Dominion Agricullural Department is  prepared to furnish, a I little or no cost, to lhc  district applying for such an animal.   But they  never have been able to decide lhat this would bc  lhc proper step  lo  take.    Other districts have  taken advantage of the Dominion Government's  oll'cr, while our slock breeders have allowed the  matter lo drift.   Here and there, it should be said,  breeders have spent large sums of niony to bring  in sires for their own herds, but others, far more  numcrous,lakc what drifts along the road and arc  satisfied.    Just as wc as'sal'c in saving that thc  joint ownership of farm machinery is one form  of co-operation in which every farmer would find  i Ho-his-ad va n lageMo-parlicipa te,-so=-we-say-tha If  every farmer should have an interest in some  royal blooded slallion,'bull, boar or ram that he  will feel proud to name as the sire of his colls,  calves, pigs or lambs.  Buy your Flour while  the prices are low!  We have the following brands :  ROBIN HOOD GLENORA  MANITOBA RADIUM  GRAHAM WHOLE WHEAT CENTENNIAL  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Feed Flours, Wheat, Oats  Crushed Oats, Barley Chop and a good line of Cereals'  #  Farmers wishing sacks for grain, etc., can purchase here.  We deliver to ilny part of the city  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2x4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  -     $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  SAVE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NOW.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������aerby  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  KingEdwardHotel,'������������������& ��������������������������������������������� EnderBy  FEW FOREST FIRES THIS SEASON  nguishes.  UNCLE SAM, MONEY LORD  Lord Reading, Lord Chief .luslicc of Fi.igland,  chairman of llie Anglo-French commission-'of  bankers, is heading a gathering of Allied linan-  ���������������������������ciers in New York this week, endeavoring lo gel  a billion-dollar loan from American financiers lo  enable lhe Allies lo carry on the war. At a  luncheon given in honor of these prominent  representatives of the Allied powers by Mr. J. P.  Morgan, head of Ihe American bankers, il was  staled by Ihem lhal Ihey were seeking lo gel every  dollar that could he borrowed, at least as high as  lhe billion-dollar mark, and as for lhe rale of  interest, il was slated by Ihem thai 5 per.ccnl had  been discussed. As for security, il was said lhat  they could give plenty of il, and all of il high-  class.  The spectacle of John Bull going to Uncle Sam  for a billion-dollar loan at the. commencement of  ���������������������������the second year of war, indicates as clearly as  anything else how desperate the proposition has  become, and bow deleinined are Ihe Allies lo  win if such a thing is possible. II indicates, loo,  how shallow and useless is this peace talk.    It  Comparatively few forest fires have been reported lhis season, particularly in lhe interior,  and the damage to standing limber has been very  lighl. Many of those reported were due lo  lightning. The hoi, dry, windy wealher ol* lhe  lasl monlh rendered lhe position one of great  hazard, and il is a tribute to the efficiency of Ihe  lire wardens that the losses and fire fighting ex  pcudilures have been kept within comparatively'  small limits.. The splendid spirit of co-operation |  existent between lhe settlers and fire wardens has  been a valuable assel, several instances having  occurred of settlers walking or riding many miles  in order lo report the outbreak of a fire. In this  district Fire Wardens-Hawes and Hughes have  been very successful in keeping down the burnings, particularly in the Mabel Lake section,  where Mr. Hawes spent most of his time in the  bills on watch to catch such fires as did occur in  their incipiency.  The Dominion law against the selling of  butter without the words "Dairy Butter" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as thc case may be���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer. In thc first place, if his Butter  wrappers are neatly printed with his name and  the brand of the butter on the label, the_store-_  "^irc^ptTrs^ifh^-c^ a pound-  more than he can get for butter wrapped in paper  thai is nol printed, and the butter-maker gets thc  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant.  It is the duty of every butler maker'' to comply with thc law in this matter. Some butler  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butter that it docs not appear to them that they  can afford lo have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like thc idea of having 500 or 1000  butler wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of butter makers, The Press-has printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They arc  printed with thc words "Fresh Dairy Butler" but  do not bear thc name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of lhe law -  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at the rate of 50c n 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  We used lo accuse children of lying and punish  them accordingly, when accounts of what  Ihcy saw did no agree wilh the fact. Wc now  know that the "lie" in the. child like the "lie" in  lhe war bureau publicity man is a more or less  healthful exercise of the imagination.  The Walker Press  1 lie guinea I owl is a  advertiser, but it lakes  goods.  showy bird and a good  lhc stork to deliver thc  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year ���������������������������������������������"���������������������������  Thursday, September lfi, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  MAGIC READ TH-M  W^ POWDER i  n������������������__���������������������������_\_\_w _&.__. Ji  Going lo Make a Swell Goal  "Where  h'oal, lillle  are you going wilh tli.it  boy?"  "Down lo lhe lake. Come along  if you wan I lo sec some fun. This  here goal has je.sl ale a cralc of  sponges, an' I'm goin' down to let  him .drink."  5/1 ID TO HAVE ARRANGED LOAN  II is reported in New York financial circles that,Great Britain has  obtained a preliminary credit loan  lhere lo tide over pressing obMgallons and stem lhc downward trend  of  in;  sterling exchange rales until ~\\  iinmoth credit loan can bc floated  MATERNITY NURSING.. Mrs.West,  -Enderby. m_-tf-  0M_@__  OP CANADA  Are Your Children  Learning fo Save,  Money?  Each  maturing   son   and  \ daughter should have a personal  Savings Account in the Union  Bank of Canada,; with opportunities   to  save   regularly,   and  training^ in how-to expend money  .wisely.     Such an education  in  thrift and saving will prove inval-  . uable in later life.       - ' V ���������������������������*' -  -EnderbyBranch, -_.. ; J- W. GILLMAN, Manager  \  SECRET. SOCIETIES-  R. E.  WHEELER  W. M.  AF.&AiM.  Enderby Lodge ' No. '40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or afj,er tht  full moon at 8 p. m. ih" Oddfellows Hall. Visi'tilig  brethren cordially invited  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary *  ENDERBY, LODGE  _ . "    "���������������������������   No. 35! K. of P.    -    ���������������������������'  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited'to attend.  "-*  '"  R. E. HARKINS, C. C.  G. G. CAMPBELL, K.R.S.  . -        '     * R- J. COLTART. M.F. *���������������������������  r.Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,   ���������������������������>   ���������������������������   ---     /-F. FRAVEL.-Enderby ,  -  -    .PROFESSIONAL  D  R. C. J. McCULLOUGH,  DENTIST  _=____/s_JL_oJ 2j-ndJJ*A_5.____, __=  liy appointment only  Poison Block, at bridge.     Enderby  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  x |Monoy to Loan  Bell Blk.  Enderby, B.C.  E. J. Mack  I  ������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������������������������� >  ���������������������������. >  i������������������ Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B: C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists in-'.  vited to give us a trial.  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSONr Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  Petrograd reports would lend one lo hope lhal very existence us a stale was due lo Russia's vic-  Ihc Russians have succeeded, temporarily al least, lory over Turkey in 1878-9. Bul lhe Bulgarians,  in stemming the Austrian advance upon Bcssa- loo, encouraged by British as well as German  rabia. How long lhc Teuton allies can bc held diplomacy, grew reslive, and under llie stimulus  back in lhis locality remains lo bc seen, bul it is of nationalist propaganda, threw off the yoke,  apparent thai .Russia is determined lo keep lhc Russia ncxl turned lo Serbia, and we know now  invaders oul of Bessarabia and away from  Odessa if lhere is a possibility of doing so. For  it is now said by military experts who presume lo  speak from ollicial knowledge, lhal Odessa and  nol Moscow or Pclrograd is the next objective of  lhc invading armies. This movement, which is  claimed lo be one of the mosl important in the  war on thc Eastern iron I, has for ils object the  opening of thc wheat belt of Little Russia, which  is thc granary of all Russia and a large part of  Europe, for lhc use of lhc Austrians and Germans and bring into thc hands of the Teutonic  forces the richest, most fertile, and best iron and  copper producing region in European Russia. If  the invaders can push back lhc Russians from the  Galician frontier ancl press on to Odessa, Ihcy  will close thc Russian seaports on thc Black "Sea  and would bc in a position to bring about a  "starve out" campaign against the Slavs. If they  can reach Odessa and establish themselves there,  they will have one wing' of their Eastern army  resting on the Black Sea and the other on the  Baltic���������������������������provided they can Jyakc Riga, which now  seems probable. This would be a direct line of  about 700 miles. It would not, bc as difficult for  Ihem to-hold as the Western line, for they would  have in addition to their own strategic railways  at Iheir back, all thc railways operating in Poland, and the rivers and canals and wagon roads  built by thc Russians to connect up their various  fortified positions which have been captured by  the enemy. This, it appears, is thc real object of  llie Teutons. On lhis line, with ample means of  transportation at their back, thc invaders could  dig themselves in as thev have in the West, and  thus enable them, with comparatively few men,  to hold the Russians back for many months, as  they have the Allies ih the West.  If they can'accomplish this, first securing a"  foothold at Riga and Odessa, Ihcy will be,put into  close commuhicatiori'.with Constantinople by way  of thc Black Sea, and no clqiibl .would imnicr  diatcly send to the assistance'"of*Uhc :Turk -such  munitions of war and men as1 are needed to hold  the-Dardanelles. "Thus "wc." sec - that ithc.-crucial  pdihtsarc not oh the,,Westcrn front, nor; on-the  Italian front, but are at Riga, .Qdessa.and thc-Dar-;  ���������������������������JclanellcsV If .the Allies; can force thc Dardanelles  'before: the enemy can* achieve what is:now ;his  apparent objective, "and..can :take .Constantinople  it will in can more���������������������������much more���������������������������than pushing  thc Germans out of.France and.Belgium: -And  if the Teutonic force succeed in taking Riga and  Odessa before winter scls in they, will have won  more lhan pushing to Calais,or to Paris. -Indeed,'  it is here, that thc entire hope of lhe "Allies rests,  if wc arc to believe*:" military experts and experienced diplomats...' V  AtVthc war stands today, it is ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������just where it  started, in-'ricfrcsults. 'It took its rise in the-riyal  ambition of Slav and Teuton for thc upper hand  in Southern Europe, a contest which has been  going "on for; scores: of years in one-form or  another. "The., contest became-acute when thc  political and military decadence of thc. Turk, by  eliminating him .from the nominal mastery,  forced thc rival Slav and Teutonic groups 'to set  themselves to scing which should get it. Russia  has_ncyerJeUup4n-her-=cll'ortsT=-She^iirsHricchto  control Roumania, and for a lime thc Roumanian  court was abject,,as why would it not, wilh so  powerful a neighbor ready lo enforce its will?  But Roumania rebelled, and one day a Hohcnzol-'  lern prince, coining incognito, mounted the  throne.   Then Russia turned to Bulgaria, whose  lhal whciiolhe soldiers broke inlo lhc palace al  Belgrade and threw oul of the window lhc riddled  corpses of the young King.and his impossible  Queen, Russian initiative became supreme in  Serbia, and Serbia entered upon a long and billcr  contest against Austrian influences, previously in*  control. Thc high tide of Russian influence in the  Balkans was reached in lhc summer of 1912. A  year earlier, Italy had been encouraged lo attack  Turkey, and Turkey had been shown to bc terribly weak. The Balkan nations combined to  make war against her, "and of lhc great powers  Russia alone was in the secret. They won, and  then thc Teutonic power began to spoil thc game,  first by preventing the partition of Albania as had"  been arranged, and then by encouraging Bulgaria  to try to lake by force that part of the spoils of  war which, because of thc change in Albania, had  been withdrawn from her. ' On this followed rapidly increase in German armament, the raising of  an immense sum by taxation in Germany ���������������������������ywilli  lhc avowed object of restoring the security held  to have been endangered by lhc changes in-the  Balkan and Turkish positions, measures for  increase of military cllicicncy in France, reorganization of thc Russian armies to such an extent  lhat mobilization in 1914 was achieved with a  celerity whjch took thc world by surprise, and  finally a beginning upon a vast scheme of Russian  railway construction and modernized fortificar  tions which was to have been ready by 1916.  Then, in 1914, waiv In this connection the.military writer in Beck's Weekly says: >  "After a year of fighting, flWcst and East, the  eyes of the world turn back from thc West and  from the East, and what wc all want to know now  is what is going to happen back'there where it all  started. Only,-with Russia for the time being'  eliminated, the problem'is reduced' to one, equation instead of two. Russians have been sayingj  these past four months, that the losses.sustaincd  by.their armies were the price Russia was:paying1  for Constantinople, which licr allics^.wcre-winning  for hef Jand Svpuld-soon."make over'toilicr^and  that dhe.prize 'was wpi'lli the:price:VBut today  the" question is - whether Turkey^.caii -hold -."flier-  territory," a lid' whether-'there, can still be realized  the German*'*project/for;,continuous teebnomic  Taking on the Pilot  Our C*������������������������������������������������������tfled Wont Ada. will  pilot th* ship ������������������f business to tha  safo harbor of commercial proa*  perity. Pooplo road tho " Articles  for talo" ado. If you havo Km*.  thin* to Mil toll thorn about It.  machinery firm I  jeet, and perhaps lhc power of Germany ;yk*ilh''i I  can be shattered at-lhc heart! as,it would-be if lhe  Western Allies took'..Constantinople, and by  taking it placed lhc Balkan nations-once,for all  under .the hegemony of-Russia." So far, Germany  has 'defended her old" Empire, and, for -services  rendered, has effectively-'added Austria-Hungary  to* it, thus'reconstructing, "and something more,  the old Germanic- Empire. V Now, -she has-, to  defend her new Empire, to defend by������������������������������������������������������.arms lhc  empire-won by diplomacy.* The question is, can  she do it? Or can she enable tlie Turks to,do.it  for her? '* ���������������������������       * :' -   It's easy Iq cry lhal you're beaten���������������������������and die; .    ,  It's easy, to crawfish and crawl;  Rut lo fight and lo light when hope's out of sight���������������������������  ==JVIiylU^U!sJhe_J)esLgame-blllheiiuall.    And, though you come bul of each gruelling bout,  All broken and beaten and scarred,  Jusl have one more Iry���������������������������it's dead easy lo die,  It's the keeping-on-living dial's hard.  Loving Jesus docs nol seem to interfere with  a lol of good people hating Iheir friends like   ,- SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS /  Coal mining rights of the Doniiri-.,  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta,  the  Yukon  Territory,  lhe~  Northwest Territories and a portion" '  of the Province of British Columbia,-   ���������������������������  may be leased lor a term bf twenty-,  one years at an annual rental of ij>l    '  an acre.   Not more lhan 2500 acres,  will be leased lo one applicant. ,- V-  '��������������������������� Application for a lease must be r:  made by the applicant in person' to' ,  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which'rights applied for are,,  situated.    .   ~    ���������������������������     . ���������������������������   '   -"<"���������������������������<   i-\  .   In   surveyed   terrijor'y the' lajid"  must be described by sections;- or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and V  in_unsurvcyed   territory  the   Iraqi."'  applied for shall be staked out by" 7  the applicant, himself. /V ,"-  Each application musl be accomVV  panicd by a fee-of $5 which will boV.  refunded if the'rights applied -.for V  are not available, but, not otherwise." ;..  A royalty shall bejiaidonthc mer-VV  chantablc output ofthc mine at:the  rate,of five cents per ton  The  shall.fu  returns   accounting ' for  "���������������������������7&X  _���������������������������&'���������������������������=  ',''-".���������������������������*". I  five cents per ton.-"V ^"'V^V^-v^p^  person, operating- theVnuric^fV^t^i  .irnish tlie>.Ageiit.'.with' sworn '^- &FM  <- ���������������������������-_��������������������������� . ���������������������������       . ���������������������������    .��������������������������� - . i    ��������������������������� r_- ��������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� 11  -  ���������������������������*.-*��������������������������� \ WM  -the Y-f u 11 &Y������������������~7stiM  _-&sl  Thc Versailles Opera Company (18 people), under lhc direction of Mr. F. Slewarl-Whylc,  will present the brilliant musical comedy success, "The Girl from Nowhere," at lhe Enderby Opera  House on next Saturday night, Sept.. 18th. The scenes of thc piece are laid in San Francisco  during the Exposition, and one of lhc big scenic features is a reproduction of the Tower ol Jewels  at night. There arc 24 song numbers in the show and several of thc latest dances. Prices, 75c and  $1.00; children, 25c.   Seats on sale at Reeves.  operated,'.such ^rctnnis;yslipuldrbcl'';^V^I  furnished, at-least "once a ���������������������������yeaV.VT't|*-i:'*J^ if*8**fl  :.- Thc- leVsey will.- include'-thcxoal^V^SlS  mining;.rigiits' only':but A)ie'>-iessecK7Y7:S,.^t  may be/pcrinilled'tojnYrchase whaK-j'V  ever available surface rights as may^'V";  ���������������������������Ue- considered., necessary -for'] lhc" :"--'*'V*7^;  ;\vorking-of-thc niin'e,,-at.ilie rate'of-".  " Vp\  ,$10'lair.acre.*.  *-���������������������������.;-'     ���������������������������-*'   ' ���������������������������-.- - * Vi,"-'  xV������������������iV  "   For' full information applicajioh ..-/* j7sY:  should'be" made to" theSGcrefary.of r-7. yVV  I he" DcpartmenI ''of* thc -In tenor, .Ql-.Si'Yl'-C'y^  lawa,/or*to-any,:Agent;on sub-Agent 7  of-Dominion Lands.-" W Vi:SS~l7  W. W. COHY,  D7S7  ���������������������������  ��������������������������� Deputy Minister of the,Intcribr.V':V"1V'VI  N.B.-.-Unauthbrize'd publication   f '77-. '-������������������������������������������������������ ^\  Ihis.adverlisementrwiil not-be paid - V    -:  for.^58782. ;"_-, '.r~r - -'..'.   --��������������������������� >-"'-.": 'S Y7-  -���������������������������^��������������������������� ���������������������������"    -       ���������������������������..I��������������������������� ... ... ���������������������������.��������������������������� ,.-..,���������������������������.   ,,        - r\~    S   ^ "s   f~.  Fresh Meate  Ifyou want prime, fresh meats, .we *  have them.     Our cattle are grain-fed,  and Belected by oar own buyers fron '  t BiT^f ic_ef tn cell ing grounds in Alber-  ta, and are killed and brought to the  meat .block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, 8  crb give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  Customer's Own Material Made  ���������������������������Up.'.    Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing &, Hepairing.  A. E; WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  C.  P.  R. '���������������������������-���������������������������-TI'METABhE  In  eff  eel Mav 31, 1915  Soulhboi  nd  Norlh bound  10.10  lv.  Sicamous       ar  17.25  10.50  ���������������������������Fosse11  17.08  11.11  Mara  10.-10  ll._:")  Grindrod  1G.2-I  li.:i9  Enderby  16.09  12.05  Armstrong  15.40  12.13  Realm  15.32  12.2'1  La rki n  15.20  12.50  Vernon  M.55  13.10  ar.  Okanagan Ldg   lv.  M.-10  I-I. W.  BRODIE      JNO burnhaai  G. P.  A.,  Va  icouvcr   Agt., Fi  derby  Live your life. You may not  have another���������������������������and if you do live  lhat too. Do not sell it for a mess  of peace potash. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September lb", 1915  F&  Big Drop  in Flour  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  Bulgaria and Roumania at War  Manitoba, 49s . .  $1.65  Centennial, 49s .  1.75  Glenora, 49s, . . .  1.80  Royal Household, 49s \ $Q  SUGAR, 20-lbs. .  $1.75  SUGAR, 100-lbs. ���������������������������  - 8.50  . London, Sept. VI.���������������������������Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria has taken the field  al the head of his troops for "annual manoeuvres," according to  despatches loday from Bucharest,  which  indicate  lhat  war  between  Bulgaria and Roumania  of    the  Bul gai-  is'the real  sovereign.  object  The conclusion drawn here is  lhal Bulgaria is on the point of declaring for Ihe central powers and,  -possibly, of despatching an army lo  the relief of Constantinople via  Adrianoplc. and lhc lines of the  Tchaltalja.  It is reported from Athens that  actual lighting has begun between  Bulgarians and Roumanians on the  border, though thc report is unconfirmed. The despatches received  at Alliens were via Roumanian  sources. , They declared the Bulgarians were lhc aggressors.  Coal Oil,-per tin, . $1.85  Coal Oil,-per gallon,]  35c  Preserving Pears,  per box  $1.75  W. J. Woods  MABEL  LAKE   VALLEY NOTES  The ."Misses Cooke, and Miss Rands  and Messrs.James and Henry Cooke  and Ed. Bawlrec have just relumed  from camping on Leighton Beach.  A splendid time was spent. So  should say all of us by the evidence  left behind.  Mr. Henri Torrent's new house i.s  nearly finished, Messrs. Burrows &  Cargill  arc the contractors.  Joe St. George has finished roof-,  ing his large hay and cattle barn.  Joe has his hay in it, too, and now  he says it's like his abode���������������������������he  wants something else to put inlo  them.   -  Ed. Shutc is lo be congratulated  on-his new and commodious house  just.creeled. .Talk about bachelor's  taste: come and look, lie was also  one of Ihe lucky ones to bring  home on the 1st a large 200-pound  buck.  Johnnie Dale has settled down to  married life. After all his misfortunes, of which his marriage is not  one, Johnnie keeps on smiling, and  now wilh his helpmale it is to bc  hoped, in the future be will have  belter luck. Here's to you and  yours, Johnnie.  Mr. Henry Baxter has 10 acres  slashed and partly burnt, and it is  his intention to stump it this fall.  Fire Ranger Hawes reports two  mysterious fires in Ihe Trinity  Hills. Roth were got under control by him without aid. Hunters  are suspected of being lhe cause of  them.     " Com.  Capture  Rovno-Petrograd  Railway  Lonlon, Sept. 14���������������������������By one of his  battering olfcnsives which, although costly in men and munitions, have invariably been successful, Field Marshal von Hinden-  burg's army has at last set foot on  the Rovno-Petrograd railway between Vilna and Dvinsk. The  Russians, before superior enemy  forces supplied with the usual mass  Of artillery, were yesterday forced  back to the lake district which thc  railway penetrates, and are now  making a stand. ''  With lhis railway partly in ihe  hands of the Germans, il is probable lhat Ihe Russians will be  compelled to make a further retirement, although their offensive in  Galicia, which continues, might  save them by compelling the Germans to send reinforcements lo  this region. There is no doubt now  of Russian success in this district,  as, following the Austrian admission of their retirement, the' Germans announce lhat, aflcr repulsing Russian attacks, they occupied  "a favorable position situated some  kilometres west of our former position."           No Progress on  West Front  The operations in the West are  marked by the continuance, of thc  great battle from Belgium to the  Argonne. A duel between guns of  all calibre along lhe entire front  now has been going on for nearly  three weeks, and during the weekend has been particularly violent  around Arras, in the Argonne and  Champagne. At several points the  Germans, after a heavy bombardment, attempted to storm the advance trenches of lhc Allies, bul  Ihe French reports say lhal Ihesc  attacks all failed. Fighting of a  somewhat similar character is proceeding along the Auslro-Ilalian  frontier.  not, for months to come, expect the  same active help from the-Russian  armies we have hitherto received?  Who is to take the Russian place  while those Russian armies are re-  equipping? Who is to bear the  weight which has hitherto fallen  on Russian shoulders? France  cannot be expected lo sustain much  heavier burdens than those she  now bears with a quiet courage  which has astonished and moved  the world, llaly is pulling her  strength into the fight." There is  only Britain left, rs Britain prepared lo fill up lhc gap lhal will bc  created when Russia retires to thc  rear? Is she fully prepared lo  cope with all the possibilities of  the next few months in the west,  without forgetting the cast? Upon  the answer will depend lhe liber-  lies of Europe for many generations."  SUCCESSFUL   FLOWER  EXHIBIT  Ominous Words  These words by Mr. Lloyd George  made public a few days ago tell  Iheir own story* "How many people in this country fully appreciate  to its full significance the Russian  retreat? Is it realized that, for the  time being Russia has, made her  contribution lo the struggle for  European freedom and that wc can  Thanks to thc untiring efforts of  Mr. and Mrs. A. McPherson, the  first flower exhibit to bc held in thc  Enderby Fortune School, last Friday afternoon, proved a huge success. The school children entered  actively into the spirit of the a If air,  and the manner of their exhibits  and readiness to assist, showed  how greatly interested in thc purpose of these shows they really are.  There were 48 entries in all. It  seemed hard that so few of them  could win- prizes, for all were  equally interested and equally to be  commended   for   their   collections.  Onlv three exhibits were made  by the children of Asters grown  from.thc seed given oul by the Enderby Horticultural Society. It  was claimed by the children lhal  thc plants were not yet in bloom,  and in order to give all a belter  chance, it was decided by the Society to hold another show in one  of lhe store windows for Asters  grown by the children,-the date of  which is to be announced by thc  Society as soon as it is reported  thai thc plants are-in bloom. Two  first prizes were awarded by the  judges for thc asters shown, and  one' consolation prize. The winners being:   . --  Second Class, Elsie Lucas, $1.  Third Class, Gordon English, $1.  Fourth Class, Willie Shultz, 20c.  In the general collection or best  display ol" flowers, the children  entered most keenly in-the conlcsl.  In judging lhe exhibits in this class  Mrs. McPherson found great dillicully in making her decisions. So.  man'v entries were, 'made of the  bouquc't type, and as one seemed to  bc as good, in,.general appearance,  as the other, she.had to make most  of her decisions on the number-of  .varieties in the collections -shown.  In this, thc table exhibits had the  advantage. > These . were very artistically arranged, and' showed  great care and elforfon the part ol  STOVES  Heating and Cooking Stoves,  Furnaces, Stove Boards, Stove  Pipe, Elbows���������������������������every thing and  anything you could desire to  make you warm and comfortable for the winter months.  We will set them up in your  home complete, and our prices  are the lowest in town.  If your stove pipes won't fit and you lose your  temper, phone us and your trouble will disappear.  Plumbing, Heating, Tinsmithing.. Bring along your repairs.  those   collecting  the   flowers  and  Thc  Pure  .Silk.Crepe..  all colors  75c  ARMSTRONG  The Big Dry Goods Specialists  Prices will compare  favorably with any  House in the We_t.  We solicit a Trial Order.    $500 worth sent free.  Terms, Cash Only.   .Send for Samples and Prices.  ���������������������������I;"),000 dollars worlh of carefully selected Staple and Fancv.  Dry Goods, In fan Is' and Children's Wear, Blankels, Sheets, Comforters, Collons, Sheetings, Flannels and Flannelellcs, Holland  Prints, Towels, Curlains, Rath Mais, Table Linen, Dress Goods,  Km broidery Requisites, Nainsooks, Galaleas, Denims, Ticking,  Corsels, Bodices, Brassiers, Suits, Waisls, Coals, Skirls, Lace,  Trimniingss, Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Sweaters,  Furs, Underwear, Umbrellas, Baincoals and Rubbers; Men's and  Hoys' Clothing and Furnishings; Bools and Shoes, etc.  EMPRESS   SHOES  New   Fall   Styles,   all   leathers,  from    ������������������������������������������������������**���������������������������'".50 paii-  Mercerised Pumps, Tan, Black,  While,   Saxe,   Pink   and   Sand,   ������������������1.50   pair  livening     Shoes,      high-grade  Satin,  a I    S.'-S.aO   pair  (while,  black, sky  and   pink.)  Black   Pumps   al       $1.75  nun Metal and Patent. .$2.50  Others a I . .$2.75, $:*.25, $.*1.50  A good range of Infants' and  Children's  Shoes.  MILLINERY  Mrs. Walson, a  fully qualified  trimmer with Chicago  experi  ence, is in charge. Any kind  of Millinery Work may be en-  lrusted to her care with every  confidence of complete satisfaction. Fur work and remaking al  moderate prices.  New Velvet Tains for Young  Ladies: smart styles at   ..$1.75  A. SVIUNRO & CO.,       ARMSTRONG  arranging them .for exhibit  winners in this contest were:  Best arrange men I, Iva Evans, *$1.  Rest    collection,    100    varieties,  Josephine Paradis, $1.  Second best, 95 varieties, Henry  and Sally Walker, 75c.  Third;   53   varieties,  Ruth   ancl  Esther Carlson, COc -,������������������������������������������������������..  Fourth, 32 varieties, Earl Hallett,  40c- .    '���������������������������        T    ,���������������������������  Fifth,   (a)   24   varieties,   Jackie  Jones, 25c.  Fifth, (b), 12 varieties, May  Mackic, 25c.  The following children entered  ���������������������������flowers in the general collection:  Ernest Landon,. John McKay.  Earl Hallett, Garnet Walker, Cliff  -Wheeler,���������������������������Jackie��������������������������� Jones,_^J_immi_e_  English, Maggy Eadie, Polly Eadie,  Jimmie Eadie, Agnes Miller. Robert  Carson, Ernie Carson, Sewell Kilby,  Carrie Carefoot, Davie Jones, Iva  Evans, Henry and Sally "Walker,  Josephine Paradis, Ruth and Esther Carlson, Arvid-Antiila, Donald  Brown, Gerald Landon, Vernon  Opperlshauscr, Waller Kirscy, Minnie Funk, Mav Mackay, Agnes Sparrow, Vera Sharpe, Melhel Linton,  Grace Brash, May Miller. -Annie  Moeller, June Fravel, Dorothy  Keith, Gertrude Radford, Ressie  Bell, Rees .lames. Robbie Leather-  dale, Oliver Harvey, Kenneth  Burnham, Alvin Woods, Henry  Vogel, Louie Carson, Kathleen  Poison. Jean Keith, Neta Bell, Owen  Carlelon.    -  Demanding  a  Billion  New York, Sept.. 14.���������������������������The report  lhat thc Anglo-French financial  commission contemplates borrowing a billion dollars here without  collateral of any sort and solely on  government, notes of Great Britain  and France, overshadows all other  topics in the financial situation  lodav. Hitherto the opinion has  prevailed thai Great Britain and  France would secure the proposed  mammoth loan by American securities, dollar for dollar, or by  some olher acceptable form ol collateral. All calculations of American financiers prior lo the commission's arrival here had been  based on lhat assumption. In case  the commission should fail m its  plan, il was said, wholesale curlail-  ment of American exports would  ensue.  PLlMBi NGH EATINGJINSMI TH I NG  $10   REWARD  STOLEN from our house between 2Glh-August and 8th September, a gold brooch composed of 3  George III. half-sovereigns in - a  row*, a plain gold compass with  frosted gold face about 3-4-inch in  diameter, with crest engraved on  back; an arm holding a batllc-axc;  a small gold pencil case, engine  turned; a gold watch chain, 18-  caral. Any.person giving such information as will lead to the conviction . of the offender ...will  receive thcabove reward.  R. RONALD GIBBS      .     Enderby  : BULL WANTED      .    !  P.urc-bred beef bull wanted; in  trade for 3-year-old pure-bred  Holstein bull "Okanagan Duke  Mcclithilde," or would sell the latter, which is a gentle bull and a  good slock-getler.      Apply���������������������������  M. P. WILLIAMS  Wood's  Lake. Alvaston,  B.C.  1(115 FAIL FAIR  Armstrong, B. C.  SEPT. 28-29  Bigger and Better  than ever  BELGIAN HARES FOR SALE  A   few   choicb  breeding   pairs;  also  40   head   of  half-grown   and  young stock.    Prices reasonable.  OWEN ROSOMAN   ' . Mara  -  FOR SALE '  Two small single-room buildings.  Just   the   thing   for   "baching"   in  this winter.        Apply���������������������������  FRANK  R; PRINCE, Enderby  "Rouah on Rats",.clears out  Pais, Mice, etc. Don'l die in House.  15c-25c. Al drug and country stores  -NEW=FEAEURES*  District Exhibits (Yale-Cariboo)���������������������������  4 Silver Cups.  Boys under 16 showing best heifer  calf under I) 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.  Broncho Busting���������������������������Two cash and  4 other prizes.  These arc a few of thc new features which the management has  added lo its already attractive list.  All patriots should exhibit at and  attend thc Fair.  Full information and Prize Lists  can be obtained from���������������������������  MAT. ITASSEN. Secretary.  Arrived this week,  SIX cases of  Japanese China  which will be sold  at Sale Prices  SPECIAL:  i^v.*\rjeweler's^collection^of^-  LIMOGE'S CHINA  Just the thing for wedding presents:  going at Sale Prices  J. E. CRANE, Proprietor  Ranchers,  Attention!  is the  lime to paint  Idii  your  labor  Now is thc  House, Barn or outbuildings.  Paint is ������������������ning AT COST;  about HALF-PRICE.  If you have not Ihe cash, whal  will you trade?  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Box 43, Enderby.  Farmers Wishing" to Ship  Cream to the KELOWNA  CREAMERY, may do so  at any time.    Shipments can be sent,  carriage charges collect. The Company is prepared to  purchase good cream f.o.b. point of shipment, and to give  28c per pound Butter Fat for Cream testing above 30 per  cent, in full 10-gallon cans. In smaller cans testing 30 per  cent or less, 27c per pound Butter Fat If required, write  to KELOWNA CREAMERY Ltd., for further particulars.


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