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Array ENDERBY AND_ DISTRICT NEWS  on  Sunday  for  Mrsv " Dean  it--* -_';  la.r V  I V'  '- *l'*v  fl* -':  [/ -  v  Win.  Wells  left  Retlaw, Alberta.  ' Born���������������������������To   Mr.   and  Fravel, Sept. 3rd, a son.  '   R.    C-   Attenborough    returned  from Vernon the past week.  3Ir. and Mrs. F. R. Prince came  in from Seattle last Friday.  - The  fruit  cannery  at  Penticton  has a payroll"of $2,000 a week*.  Anniversary* services in St. Andrews Church will be held on Oct.  17th. ,���������������������������     ,    V" "  At the Galena Farm in the Slocan  ' a 100-tonfnill will be installed this  "fall.. .; -��������������������������� '-:     .      *"  **- Mrs. ~ S: - Downham and family  left Tuesday to join her husband  at Tribune, Sask.  The Versailles will appear at the  Opera-House, Saturday, Sept. 18th,  in "The Girl from Nowhere.?  A meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary will "be held in the .City Hall  Monday afternoon, Sept. ,13th, at' 3  p.m.-- -    *-���������������������������. -*-V - _*;      **     ���������������������������  .  -  V  <    Mr. and;Mrs. Black.and Mr. and  Mrs. Ciirriei' drove"*..bver.byy auto  ���������������������������*"- from*1''SalmonVArm" Sunday, after-  ..ynoon.".-y-% ?-S?:f V"V:*- ^ **]'���������������������������_ r *"- *��������������������������� ;"V _  "' > "vMessfs.iHf.'. B. ^Armstrong,"; H.L B.  V"Adams-j;an(L, J. ,D7; Burnyeat, ^came.  % ih"*b"yVirutb������������������froni r-ArmstrongxSunday,  .'- evening.--iij4i-V -V* "Sf---",;*,*- .'.y-Vr/f-vJy ������������������s  y-VMiss^Upliahv.of iBbsloivwhbjHas  ���������������������������s been.VvisitipgSMrs.t*F_-r-R- VPrince;  * "some -\vedk_:j:left/for;:ner*hom  ��������������������������� Tuesday^^-.v'-^s'pfst^*-****s^ ~t~s ---?  - ^Miv"and-.Mrs.'Mndrewy;Glen-ieft  S oii*%-Thursday- v'asidfor^Boisevain,'  -Mah;V\\vhcreythey: expect: to: spend, a  - inonthor-'two/.f. V >'^--:< ^    "*< < \  .' ,-Buck. .Johnston ;andBerf Hughes  were passengers,.6n~ the\northbound  ,* last'Thursday eyeriing,:,bound_ for  - Boisevain,'-Maif. "-   -S -V    " *���������������������������". V-  -. It has cost Canada, four dollars" a  second for the^past year to keep up  . her'end of-the'great.European war.  How" long 'ban ;this last? -  y. V ->  - Parish>of Enderby, -15th Sunday  after Trinity:   -Mattins,' Grindrod,  110.30 a.m.; Evensong, Mara, 3 p.m.;  Evensong," Enderby, 7 p.m.--.  Mr." C. S. Carman arrivecLSunday  from Manitoba points to take thc  . position as bookkeeper in thc ofhee  of'the Okanagan Saw-Mills.  * The ladies of Enderby will meet  at Mrs. Crane's Tuesday afternoon  at 2.30" for thejpurpose of sewing,  or taking home sewing, for the Red  Cross.  ���������������������������Mrst=Dri=Lambr-of-=Ncw��������������������������� Brunswick, is spending a few days with  her brother, Dr. Keith, ancl family,  on her way to the San Francisco  Exposition.  Horace Neill has taken the position' in the C.P.R. freight ollice  made vacant by the promotion of  G.. G. Campbell to thc ticket ollice  in Revelstoke.  Invitations arc out for the marriage of Miss Mildred W. Hutchison  atiier'honie in Port Angeles, Wash.,  to Mr. Walter W. Kurtz,-on Saturday, September 10th.  A few copies of thc prize list for  lhe Armslrong Fall Show are left  al lhc Press office, which may be  had by anyone intending to enter  an exhibit at the show.  The finest specimens of Late  Crawford peaches we have seen  grown in the district were shown  in town this week by II. J. Knapp  form his orchard at Grindrod.  A Mabel Lake scribe says: "Wc  are looking forward - to a fair  winter as Messrs, McCIeod & Clark  spent eighl or ten days estimating  timbers in lhc Hupel District for  their*winter cut."  . Miss Hezel Stevens left on Friday  for Minneapolis, where she will  spend some weeks with friends.  Miss Stevens will return to resume  her position as assistant on the  books in thc Bank of Montreal.  Parents of Enderby school children will enjoy the first annual  cut flower exhibit which is to be  held at the jschool next Friday  afternoon, particulars of which  will be found in another column.  Mr. Hamilton Lang stated to the  ,Press Wednesday evening that it is  his intention to do as much as  possible this season in the way of  gravelling the Enderby-Salmon  Arm road from the city limits to  the railway crossing.  Farmers naving cream to .dispose  of can find a ready market.by sending to the Kelowna Creamery. An  ad, telling the price ottered will bc  found In another column of ihe  Press.  Messrs. Hamilton Lang, J. R.  Brown and Isaac Harris!f motored  to* Enderby Wednesday afternoon  from Vernon, to lake up with the  Indians the matter of opening the'  Mable Lake Valley, wagon road  through lhe reserve so as to shorten  the"-road and at the same time do  away with the hill which has  claimed so much attention .in past  years.      ^    **     **   **      -  Mrs. E. P. Robson has returned to  her home at Wisha:Wisha Ranch  from Salmon Arm Hospital. 11 will  be remembered that' about' three  weeks ago Mrs. Robson had the misfortune to gel her leg broken while  conducting some logging operations  on lhe ranch. She is now able io  get about the house'Jjy -the aid of  crutches,-and we trust she willsoon  be sufficiently- recovered- to -visit  Enderby as active as usual.       .  "Mr. R. T. Buxton^ representing  Leeson-Dickic-Grpss &.Co., wholesale grocers .:bf 3--Vancouver,' met-  with- a ./painful J accident Tat/the]  tcftnis-Tclub Jcourt^Wedhesday- af ter-  "rioon.r". In Va? rush'ctbjs stop.Vr. quick  scr,ve;,bdth feet 'slippe'd-from1 under  hinr- dnffthe-iwet- grass^arir/h'etyfcll.  withe his'.fulKw'eightqupon his left  anri;breaking"the-bohe;aLthe.wrist.-  TDr.Z Keith* set *ithe^break4and?;'Mr.'  Buxton goes������������������tdr- Verhon^this-niorn;*  ing,t6-������������������spend^s6meVtime.-inIthe?hps-  :pitaiyb'efore proceeding,to\tlie]coast;  ! ^The'sejisdh'srcut. wi'lLbe 'finished  -bv. the- Okanagan Saw ^Mill's .Saturday evening'and'the', sawS hung up  forythe .winter.v. The run'-this_ycar  has, been some-weeks shorter-than,  the average, buUtheycut'fairly godrl,  and general niarkcKcoiiditipns nol  bad.;   .The company-wiirnbt -have .",  anv  camps operating -"this^-winter,  but *will be in the. market to buy  logs..,wherever   they 'are. offered;  to'the- mill." . This' policy" will- help  more" to put money into general-cir;  dilation than -the operating of /ihe  camps.-in lhat it will open a ready  market' for   logs   to   those   doing  growing season caught most of thc  orchards and badly peppered lhe  fruit. But it all makes exceptionally good orchard "pack. 7  The ladies in charge of the Red  Cross market stall on Saturday last,  wish to-thank the following who  so kindly contributed: Mrs. Paradis, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. Gaylord, Mrs.  R. Turner, Mrs*. Lawes, Mrs. Bigge,  Mrs. Stapletoh,- Mrs. .Twigg, Mrs. G.  B. Johnston, Mrs. W. Glen, Mrs.  Mowat, Mrs. Forster, Mrs. Naylor,  Mrs. Woods, " Mrs.' Emeny, Mrs.  Brown, ��������������������������� Mrs. Jamieson, Mrs. Proclor, Mrs. . Smith, Mrs. Batchard,  Miss, Forster, Miss Loggin,_ Mr.  Cowan, Mr. Hadow. The* amount  made was $13.4G.  Patrick McNeil, a private in" the  54th,'who, with others ofVthe" last  draft for Overseas service,"spent a  week's furlough in Enderby, made  himself- obnoxious"--on ihe streets  and committed various acts of mis-  demea*nor,and.\yas'arrested by Constable Bailey on the charge.of being  drunk and. disorderly. - He was  given a- hearing be fore/Magistrate  Rosoman. _Thc prisoner and evi^  dence, were taken ybeforeythe"mili*"  tary -'authorities'.?at'- Vernon^,and  'McNeil/was sent -hack, io-'Enderby  up in farm buildings,' so you see I  am back to the farm once more, but  we can hear the big-guns once in a  while lo remind us of what we are  here "for; Now, Mother, don't  i worry about me as I am the best  Jitlle shcll'dodger in the bunch."  The . following -paragraph in a  letter from "somewhere in Belgium," under date of Aug. 5th, tells  of the. manner of Private Matthews'  death': "While up" ahead today  with a party of men,- I met a lad  who was with Albert'when he died.  It was-on,May 2Qth. Hc made the  charge without receiving.a scratch,  and was-digging himself in with  the rest of'the lads., * The encniy  wcrc" firing- machine guns' on us io  keep us from,digging, ancl a bullet  hit Albert in the?* forehead. He  never moved after,he fell.*- He .was'  buried just near where'he. fell."  -��������������������������� SIR ROBERT*BORDEN:HOME  for -sentence:- Il''being- hisy.foiirth  ott'cnse^pL-this^natureju.iNIcNeil^was  sen ten _ed:'V lb -^--sixf/VmpnthsV -ini-  prisonmentrV'He/wVsVreturned^to  .Vefno'nrAvhererthe-"milUa'ry^iK)licc  took'him;in'charge.^r--"' ."-' V-K \  ��������������������������� aftjv- '^ -.��������������������������� '*"''" -* -���������������������������"*������������������������������������������������������ " <"-- **��������������������������� S'*r ��������������������������� *v-1?  z~  >PRhVATE~<MATJ'HEWSSDEATHj y  Manager Dickson says there will  be smiling faces on our apple-  growers this fall." The demand this  season is the best for many years,  owing to the light crop in Ontario  -and^onlv=a-faiIricrop=in-*\Vashington-  stale, and our growers arc getting  more per box for "orchard pack"  than was paid last year for No.  Is. Indeed, Enderby growers are  not shipping anything else this season.    The  hailstorm  early  in-the  Sir Robert Borden returned from'  England  the  past week,.*and  was  given: a royal welcome on hishome  coming.- ���������������������������Mr."Borden,-.as-.Canada's  premier," saw much on -his; visit lo  England-and lo .thcJtroopsVitViic  front]-.He'saw.war as it;ac'tually.is;.  he mete thc - lcaders\of_y_oth;armies  'onirthc,westc'rnX'front; -hel'attjendecr  a^hicmorable^meeting^o^^  pe rial: fca b i n ct ^_and i"^h e^Cjync5&i n:  lo\ichrfXvith*%Jne!"s whole^yast^UjnUj  i n t r i c'ate 1 mach'i ne ry,":o f7'y\ar'S'������������������%S}7::  S, :Srr.;Rpbcrt Jpld'-aigathering^of^a  quafteiv million,;-pepplc^ atTthe���������������������������Tfoj)t  olVMoiiripRdyair������������������oiKhi's'' return; yttTat  all.he' had rdohe:ahd"-seen hadgiven  Matthew.-: rccefved" hjih y,tracr;;sense*fofithe-iuriity.- of  - - -��������������������������� -       the���������������������������iJ_mpirc^than.���������������������������cvcr^before...-He  crossed the^Atlanlic, he said,Awith"  the-'"ob"jccL\of:prom6ting'"'cl6seiy cdr;  boeratidn betweenvCanada\andi.ihe  iMother-_-Land; heyreturnedfwithrii  message; from "thc^Ganadianf troops-,  in -the '���������������������������Trei"iclies:-thatXlKey^wouId**  fight:.to"-thc ,Iast*'-for- JheVljhcrt^pf  the "Dominion/ of-the'Empire*"yand  its '?Allies.. * -There ��������������������������� would-  bc* *v no  Nrelaxalion "of   effort   until   victbi-y  was complete.      * '      ' S'  z MrsVJ-A.V*M , _    ^  "particulars' of her.son's,(leather few  days ago", and-wilhfthem"'she) h'as.  kindly .turned ovcr-to^the^Press-.his  last letter,"which*will be-of interest  lo.'the" many. friehds"*:*bf_the"b'raVe  Enderby..boy: "VTo 'his-motherVhe  wrote from-the "Tront :};*::"';'- X-"V  Well,U "have-just- found time to  let yo" know that I am-'still.above  ground,"*and,-fecling good. " We 'are  in" billets for- a week ".or ten-days'  rest, after having done a six-days'  spell in the trenches, arid I tell you  I am not sorry to have the rest. Wc  were not in the first line-of trenches, but came in for "a good share  of the shelling.- You soon get used  to lhat, as you" have pretty good  cover ancl there is not much danger  if you keep your head down. It is  no'kind of a game for a long guy  like me. so don't bc surprised if I  -t4om e=Jio ni e==with__.a__daL'ge_$izc_l  hump on my back.  -"Well, Mother, there is very little  news I can give you. Will write  again before we go "back to the  trenches. This is a lovely country  where wc arc now. Wc are .divided  '    LATEST WAR SUMMARY  .In the Eastern front, the, menace,^ 7- V  to Riga, the important Russian sea-;?*:".; -    7  port   in   the   Baltic,  is  becoming-* y   '      V  more'serious. The Germans occupyy-  thc- bridgehead   at  Friedrichstadt'  the occupation of which effectively  -��������������������������� --_   / (  cuts off Riga's roadway communi-      -Sr-S   ,  calions to the south, while 'German]    - .  aircraft    arc    active   in   the   gulf,    V- "-  probably     precipitating j another*.1-   ,"V* ,", *  naval clash-as part of a concerted VC-V '   '  German movement  from land"and- :_:'"'.:,..    -  sea id complete lhe isolation of lhe" -'; "'7-?'.  city and force its abandonment. .-, V-,'- ',. >.  According lo a Berlin despatch, V "---* V ���������������������������'  the  Germans  claim  possession   of V / ���������������������������- V-  the";'gulf   diV Riga,   the- Russians'.V-fjV"VV  having abandoned Dagos, the nor-r;:V-\-VV  thernmoslvof .thc^ three islands ���������������������������jusf-^Vyfr-'  outside lhe. gulf..'        " , -;. "1'������������������" *"���������������������������'.-*���������������������������//  /It,.is   reported   from. Petrograd '���������������������������������������������-���������������������������:- "'-  that the Czar has laken lhc field at V^,f "iy.  Ihehcad of lhe Russian armies, and*V':V"VVV|  this leads the Russians .to "believe "  that /a' mighty-, offensive movcmcnlV  is-to,-be] attempted  by-'the' Slavs:";;  VThe. great .artillery- du"el/in tilic-y  West ".goes ��������������������������� oh * unabatecl.-.whh- the  ���������������������������  French and.British ihe^aggressors;.  The fact "that it-lias*.continued I for, K */-#-���������������������������������������������  a"> fortnight" unabated -leads? to"\Lhe^a.^'4j|-Sf  belief >in"*5--'"sonie7^"quartc'rsSlH4U-^il'^s*^l'^||  dn"ayV-niean*s*~preparati6n'^tfpr"f;i1an^g^  -S ra-rf's"l  -*_4--������������������._'*v������������������f-J_*J I  a-.year,tthe��������������������������� Germ.-} ns haye acqu"irecLyi/;  'tuyy  MOVE TROOPS FROM VERNON  According to. the Vancouver Pro-"  vince, -orders have been' received  by. the military authorities at Vancouver directing lhat - no more  drafts of recruits be sent to thc  Provincial concentration camp at  Vernon. -The men taken on for thc  thc_Okanagan _will _ be.ibillctcd"_al  Hastings    Park   and   b~c   attached"  when the troops arc  the coast.  "moved back to  Fresh roasted peanuts every week  af Joe's. -  WAR FEVER IN ITALY  Photo shows the citizen soldiery being trained in the public square of Rome.   The Garabaldi Monument  is shown in the background.   This monument in its historic  surroundings  has  been  the  centre  of  many  patriotic demonstrations. * ,  hcyr- _ _   .   .  " As to. the Wcstf'thcre;-*ai*e.as_ycLa_.  no convincing indications'that \hcj~j  enemy  Avill * have   to"  fight ' harderV'  than Ihey have bcenobliged to any S -  time  these  eight months  past. - iry  does.seem* that the British armies   -  there are larger, and it may be that.,  a  great offensive Ms  at last. reallyrV  about to bc launched.   At the same/;;',  time, it should be remembered thatt 7  the   British   have   extended   their;- ,^  line in the West from forty to 100,;  miles, and, this being the case, thc -  French line has been shortcnccKlo   V  ���������������������������thc-extent=thaKhe=British=line=ha_*=^=  been extended, and, in reality, the  Allied armies in Ihe West are but',"  little stronger than Ihey were when  the   spring   campaign   was   begun.  It  must   be   recognized,   however, . '  thai the Allies have improved their '  condition in the past eight months,  -  in the matter of ammunition, and  will   henceforth   bc   able   to   cope  with lhe Germans in the West without Ihe loss of so many men.  The representative of thc British  press al the Dardanelles in a despatch describing in detail the great  bailie which ended on August 10th,  after a four-days' hand-to-hand  struggle for lhc crest of Aari Bahr,  which the Allied troops actually  won but were unable to hold owing  lo lhe terrific Turkish counter  attack, and the failure of one of the -  co-operating strategic movements,  says:  "Il was the most ferocious and  sustained soldiers' battle since  Inkerman. Bul Inkcrmaii was over ���������������������������  in a few hours, whereas the British  forces kept up this terrible combat wilh lhc Turks for four successive clavs wnd nights amidst the  hills and ravines 900 feel above the  sea, to which point all water,  rations and ammunition had to-be.  borne along paths-"which do-not  exist except on the map, and down  which every man who fell had to  bc home in almost tropical heal.  It was a.combat of giants in a giant  country. Il took place almost-entirely underground, bolh sides  'fighl'ing to win, with ultcr disregard for life, in every trench, sap  and dugout; Desperate hand-to-  hand fighting choked the trenches  almost lo the top wilh dead and  wounded. The battle only came to  an end wilh the utter exhaustion of  both sides." THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 9, 1915  collection a week" on each route, and marketing three  clays each week.  "After all expenses, including salaries, interest,  rents, incidental expenses, etc., have been paid from  the profits, and there is still a surplus on hand, it  should be pro-rated among the patrons according to  amount of products they have furnished the association. Mr. A. furnishes twice the value of- products as  Mr. B., therefore hc shares twice as great -in the  division "of this extra profit. The collector will give  each patron a ticket for whatever products he collects  from him each trip, and take a duplicate ticket back to  thc ollice. The manager keeps an itemized account for  each patron, ancl every two weeks he sends his patrons  cash or cheque for the products furnished thc association for thc two-week period preceding. Thc  patron having his tickets given him by thc collector,  can at a glance tell whether his pay is correct or not.  Any mistake can easily be detected ancl rectified at  once."  A Carload of Robin  Hood Flour received  Let us have your orders.  Book your orders with us for Peaches,  Plums, Pears and Apples  THROUGH HELL TO REACH HEAVEN  THE ENDERBY PRESS  ,   AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C at $2   per  year,  Walker  Press*.  by   the  Advertising; Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. Si an inch per month.  Legal Notices: . 12c a line first insertion: 8c a line each subsequent insertion  Reading Matrices and Locals: 15c a line.  SEPTEMBER 9, 1915  CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING  How well wc remember the old plan whereby  one farmer went to lown with two dozen eggs,  another with lour or five chickens, another with  a ham, another with live or ten pounds of green  peas, and another with a peck, of apples. In  either case they used up more horseflesh and lost  more time, three or four times over, than their  load of produce would bring���������������������������in trade. But the  system ' was persisted in���������������������������and is continued in  some quarters even today. But this plan must  give way to some profitable co-operative marketing method in each neighborhood before there  can come anything like prosperity to thc community. Wc want lo sec thc farmers of Enderby-  Mara dislrict lhc most prosperous bunch of home  makers in lhe Okanagan". They can bc if'they get  closer together and stick together. They never  will be if they don't. Wc have said something before on the mailer of co-operation, and hope to  say much more from time to time. .Just now we  arc interested in what other co-operative farmers'  societies are doing elsewhere, for it shows, us what I  Men and nations arc slow to learn thc great  lessons of Nature which arc being taught every  day in and through every-day life as wc live it.  Wc come and go; mourn and sing; love and hate;  live and die; most times unconscious of thc fact  of our doing and undoing, and ignorant of thc  unseen hand directing our course, as individuals  and as nations.     England at thc beginning of the  war was not a highly organized slate.   It is not  yet organized.   Even those who arc not "slackers"  did not know enough of thc slate to offer intelligently their services.    The good disciplinarian  eil'ecls of the war have been so obvious that even  pacifists recognize them.    Prof. Patrick Geddcs,  in a lecture course at Kings college, noted the  effect upon young Englishmen.   "They are better  set up," hc said; "manlier lhan they were; they  arc restrained, vitalized and "disciplined, as peace  did not vitalize or discipline."  British people do not fall readily into organization. They insist upon being self-governing units.  Subordination is a virtue wc have not learned.  Wc. call it "militarism." Thc general feeling is  that war is a total waste. English pacifists now  assert lhat this feeling is wrong. War has its byproducts, they tell us, and one of thc good ones is  discipline. "Militarism," that whip wc have  flayed thc Germans with, is thc next step, and if  the war continues another year we may expect to  see "militarism" as strongly demanded in England as it now is implanted in Germany.  But all thc good by-products of war are attainable without war. To say that they arc not is to  argue that men must walk through hell to reach  heaven. .- *-'    .  BOOZE IN VERNON  Some time ago the chief censor of Canada  Hashed the word from Ottawa that nothing was  to bc said about thc military camp at Vernon.  The chief censor evidently had misinterpreted the  meaning of his inside information. But* his instructions were dutifully carried out by. the newspapers receiving thc hunch. Now thc chief censor has revoked his previous order, and thc  publishing of news about the camp is again permissible. What was suppressed in connection  with the camp by thc order of the chief censor  It was complaints, though wc do  was not news  not believe thc chief censor knew it at thc time thc  might hc accomplished in this locality if thc same!order was issued.   But it was a restriction which  plans were followed  Wc have what is supposed to bc a co-operative  organization established here, known as the Enderby Growers' Association. This Association,  -^while^doing-^somelhingHn^thc^co-opcrativc^liner  and filling a need, is not receiving the full, cordial  support of our growers, and has not been nor can  hc a real, permanent, live institution, until thc  farmers themselves take a more active interest in  its welfare. II is nol filling ils full mission, and in  so saying wc do nol relied upon cither lhe local  manager or lhe local board of directors. But wc  must recognize fads which are apparent to all.  Thc sooner Ihey are recognized and the institution placed upon a belter working basis, the  better will it be for all, and lhc more satisfying  will be llie* work of the manager.  Without prejudice to the local board of directors, we wish to point to what wc believe to be  the great point of weakness we feel has existed in the handling of the local exchange business. Perhaps we can best do so by calling attention to how the business is operated by institutions of this nature which have proved successful.  The local organization has provided only lhe  small half of the machinery for operating successfully, if we are lo judge by what the more successful co-operative organizations provide. Our  local has provided a store room and oflice for lhe  manager for handling lhc business. This is lhe  first essential, but not the only essential. Indeed,  il i.s nol lhc most essential. Listen to what other  organizations do, in addition to this:  "Ample equipment should be provided by lhe Board  of Direclors for carrying on lhe business, and should  consist of spring wagon, harness, etc., for collecting  the products on the routes, and for marketing these  products as rapidly as possible. Also refrigerator  butter crates, milk cans, etc., needed for handling  perishable goods in warm weather. Routes should be  established from basing points covering Ihe territory  where the palrons reside and should go lo or near their  homes. These routes can bc provided to serve the  territory norlh, cast, son I It and west. Collections and  marketing can be done on alternate days, making one  could not long hold good, for the newspapers of  the west will not long sit quiet and sec an abuse  made of the real Canadian patriotic spirit.  In  thc Greenwood Ledge Editor Lowcry has  -this^to^say^of^corulitions^which^have"=existed=in"  Vernon for some time past:   "Thc camping of thc  soldiers in Vernon has been a great boon to the  gin mills of that city.   The receipts of some of the  bars run inlo hundreds of dollars a day.   At certain  times of thc day the bars arc filled with  soldiers thicker than flics around a gob of spilled  sugar, all clamoring for booze, and getting their  money down on the bar like white chips in a five  ccnt_ pokci*:ganic.'_ AVcrnon^bar: in^-thc^carly  evening has got, wilh lhc exception of thc shooting. Ihe Arizona saloons of lhe early days skinned  lo a sloppy finale.   Although Ihey arc all gunmen  none of thc boys in khaki have as yet leaded a bat-  hop  or shot  the  lights  out.    Vernon   whiskey  must hc more soporifcrous lhat militant.    It is  one of the great sights of Ihesc days of war to see  a  Vernon  barroom in action.    Every two feet,  entrenched behind a long breastwork of mahogany stand the noble, resolute and determined bar-  lenders, prepared  lo do until overcome by thc  gas.    Eagerly   the  Canadians  leap  into  action,  every man burning to do his two bits towards  putting down the enemy.   The compact is terrific  and the spectacle bizarre.    Shots arc exchanged  wilh  great  rapidity, and several schooners arc  sunk every second.    Great volleys of silver are!  fired al lhc courageous barlcnders, but, amid alii  Ihe din, shock and smoke you can hear the death  rattle of the Scotch, and the constant falling of  lhe "dead marines" upon the lloor.   If the brave  54lh can fight the Germans as well as it does John  Barleycorn and his allies, wc will have Satan's  brother, the Kaiser, in hock before the last flash  of Indian summer."  It cannot be denied that more skillful breeding  and feeding is required lo produce thc bacon hog,  bul it docs not necessarily require more food to  produce a pound of gain lhan is required by  hogs of olher types.  TEECE & SON,  We deliver to any part o'f the city  -Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,   -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  GREEN BLOCKS,  $10.00 per M  -     $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  -     $2.25 per load  $1.00 PER LOAD  SA VE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NOW.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd W������������������kr  King Edward  A name that stands for the.best.in hotel service  KbgEdwardHotel, SJ;���������������������������������������������^T- Enderby  The Dominion law against the selling of  butter without the words "Dairy Butter" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as the case may be���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer. In the first place, if his Butter  -wrappers-are-neatly-printed^with4iis^name^and^  thc brand of thc butter on the label, the storekeepers can readily sell the butter at 5c a pound'  more than he can get for butter wrapped in paper  that is not printed, and the butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant. '  It is thc duty of every butter maker to comply with the law in this matter. Some butter  makers have_only_a cowlorjwo, and make so little  butter that it does not appear to them that they  can afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like thc idea of having 500 or 1000  butter 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 the words "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do not bear the name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of the law  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at the rale of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not repuire butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press  j]  A  n  ���������������������������      a  Renew for The   Press, $2 per year v>  Thursday, September 9, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  HOME CANNING OF TOMATOES  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  The fakery of dead languages yet  prevails. , Even when new light  eomes we fight against change.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-tf '  OF CANADA  A Joint Account is a  Great Convenience  for family funds.    It  may be  opened with the,  Union Bank of Canada  . in the names of two persons,  either of whom can make deposits  . or withdrawmoney when in town  or when passing the bank. It is  especially convenient if the  husband.is frequently away on  trips, as. it enables- the wife to  procure,funds for' expetiiea on  her own signature alone.,'-  Enderby Branch, 7   i. W. GILLMAN, Mm  SECRET SOCIETIES  Enderby" Lo_*������������������ ."J1J0V40''  Regular meeting* fint  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in* Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary -.  ���������������������������  R. E. WHEELER  W. M. -  ENDERBY  LODGE  *    ,       ..No. 35i 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.  t                                R. J.COLTART. MP.  ' Hall suitable forConcerts, Danees and ail public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  ��������������������������� *���������������������������      F. FRAVEL. Enderby  ~: PROFESSIONAL  D  R. C. J; McCULLOUGH,  _     DENTIST .  Hours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.  By appointment only  Poison Block, at bridge.     Enderby  '^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  |Mon������������������jr to Loan   Bell Blk.        Enderby, B,C.  The following general directions on tomato  canning and recipes have been prepared for the;  Provincial Department of Agriculture, and arc  given as an aid in and to encourage thc canning  of tomatoes in thc home. Canned goods keep  because they arc properly sterilized and properly  scaled. Tomatoes may be canned, and will keep  indefinitely by lhc following method:  1. An ordinary wash boiler with a tight-fitting  lid and a false bottom put in of wire netting or a  piece of board to fit the boiler, will answer thc  purpose of a cooker.  2. Sterilize jars, tops and rubbers thoroughly  by boiling them.  3. Choose sound, firm but not over-ripe stock.  4. Blanch the tomatoes by placing theni in a  muslin bag, boiling water poured over them to  entirely cover, and allowing them to boil a minute  Then plunge in cold water to losscn the skin and  harden the pulp.  5. Peel at once and pack in the jars, adding  tomato juice to fill thc jars, and a level teaspoon  of salt to each quart. Do not add any water as  tomatoes are themselves 94 per cent water.  6. Place rubbers and tops in place, partially,  tighten tops and sterilize the given time.  . 7. Remove from boiler, tightening the tops as  you lift each operand stand the jars upside down  to cool.  Canning Whole Tomatoes  Preparing the liquid:���������������������������After blanching and removing skins from some tomatoes, cut up and  boil in a preserving kettle for 25 minutes. Rub  through a sieve to remove seeds and to make  smooth. Return to kettle, and reheat. While the  strained liquid is heating, select some small firm,  ripe tomatoes'just big enough to slip into the  jars. Place these in boiling water for a moment,  core and peel. Pack carefully in the jars without  crowding or spoiling their shape. Add a level  teaspoonful of salt to each quart and fill up the  jars with the strained hot liquid. Put on rubbers  arid tops, partially tighten tops, and place^in' the  boiler^on the false bottom. Have the water in the  boiler rather hot, to prevent the already hot jars'  from breaking. Sterilize for half an hour,  tighten.tops, remove from boiler and cool.  ��������������������������� Tomatoes, canned in this way are available for  serving in.any way,where fresh whole tomatoes  are.uscd, such as.salads, breading or baking, and  the' strained juice is the basis of .-many soups.  Canned Tomatoes for General Use   <: *c  Blanch arid peel the tomatoes and packin; jars  as^nearly- whole as possible, filling the jars completely. "Add a level teaspoon1; of salt to each  quart: Place rubbers arid tops iri place, partially  tighten, put in boiler on false bottom, with water  sufficient to"come'about half way up the jars.  Bring.to the boil and'sterilize for one hour. Then  tighten tops, remove, from boiler and stand-jars  upside down to cool.'   . '" V     -       '.  Thick Canned Tomatoes  - Prepare tomatoes as usual; place iri preserving  kettle, without adding any- water, and boil until  the desired thickness. Fill the "jars immediately,  add a little salt, put on rubbers and tops and  partially tighten. Place in boiler and sterilize 25  minutes. - Tighten the tops and remove from, the  boiler���������������������������stand jars upside down to cool.   - V ~-  must keep Russia from bankruptcy, and, in short,  play banker for all the allies, and is being called  upon to make tremendous contributions.  On the other-hand, English bankers say that  German finance is like a balloon inflated so lhal  it is near thc bursting point. Being surrounded  on all sides,Gcrmanys export profits are cut off,  but she has lhc advantage of no outgo of tho  wealth. All her expenditures arc made at home  and thc money is kept going round and round in  a circle. It is argued by British financiers lhat  every day, as thc volume of money increases and  the circulation gets whirling faster, thc foundation of real values gets weaker and raw materials  scarcer,-.so that some day soon there will bc a  collapse. Thc German financiers answer that their  paper money is accepted by the people at par  value; that, all expenditures being made at home,  industry is fostered, and that Germany is in a  sounder economic condition than England.  - These are thc positions taken by the financiers  of the principal belligerent powers.-. These arc  thc positions they will no doubt cling to in the  mortal combat in finances they have entered upon  on neutral ground���������������������������New York. ':  **** .  t  PEACE TALK PLENTIFUL  THE WAR AND BRITISH FINANCES  WWWVM,W**W*\  E.. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  -        ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv- \  ers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Coromo- \  dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  IL  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  The situation in Europe as it presents itself, to  the lay mind is this: The armies of'the belligcr-  -ents^have^about^come^to^the^conclusion^that^no*  real gain can be made by cither side against this  trench warfare. Wc have heard much about thc  great drive the Allies have been contemplating for  the past year, and nothing has come of it. We  have been told of the great drive thc Teutons have  been trying to make on Calais, but nothing has  come of it, either. True, much hard fighting has  been done, but in the end, after enough men and  ammunition have bccncxpcnded.to win an ordinary war, the armies find themselves just where  they started. In thc East only has any marked  progress been made, arid that by thc enemy.  It seems, therefore, that thc mode of warfare  must change if either side is to gain thc mastery  bf the other. If wc arc keen enough to. read the  drift of events, wc may witness today, the incoming of this change. The change is from thc  sand pit to the money pit, and the scene of battle  is Wall Street, New York. The next few months  will no doubt witness a war of finance the likes  of which the world has never seen. Already wc  have seen the opening battle, when the British  sterling was knocked down to $4.50. This is  something that has never been known in the  proud history of the British sterling. There has  been a. marked recovery on the New York market  since the low-water mark was reached, but there  is evidence of a sharp decline in all foreign money  values on the American market.  Germany is seeking to prevent England from  getting money in the United States, and points to  President .Wilson's prohibition early in the war  against foreign government loans being floated in  that country. And in the world of high finance  thc Germans assert that unless "England obtains  financial assistance from the United States, allied  finances will collapse before the end of the year  They argue that England is being drained of her  resources, both in financing her allies and in  making purchases In the Uriitel States; that she  Within the past ten days there lias, been .much  talk of peace, though apparently it comes from  no authenticate source, and, like much of the  speculation sent out under London date,ris put out  for effect more than to express fact. The Associated. Press London, correspondent says that .in  high ollicial .'circles it is learned authoritatively  that recent rumors of peace have no foundation  in any step taken by the British Government or  in any statement issued in London from authoritative sources. At the same time, a later report  from the same source, says peace negotiations  would not be opposed by London, "if they-mean  the right kind of peace." " ��������������������������� .  A Washington despatch says: "President Wilson  sees no immediate possibility for any move to  reconcile European belligerents. The time may  come soon, however, when he can act, arid! conse:  qucntly, the President will hold open thc suggestion of his Holiness Pope Benedict, that concerted  action by neutral nations should be taken and  that the Washington government should renew  its original offer of mediation." ' . J  "' -"**���������������������������  ;t: "No. peace;is possible'before England has been,  definitely .defeated anctthe supremacy of the seas  wrested; froriiher."v��������������������������� This, in substance^ is," the.  trend of"ytlie-German" press,"'accbrding7.to"a^Bcrlin";  despatcHjand Count von iRcveritl6w,,the,naval expert, is "quoted as; saying :;"The,.German Empire  does riot dream i of -ruling 'Europe,.- despite' .-the;  efforts,of the British?to throw dust in the eyes of*  ''neutrals.'"1 Germany' desires,y'after- defeating Her  enemies, to insure herself .against attacks and to  create a Europe in which the recurrence of the'  present   situation VwilL be   impossible.,    This,;  however, is possible brily. after the soul of the  driving power of .the continental conspiracy and  wars has been placed hors de combat and confined to its island."      . -.   -_ V ��������������������������� ;: :*'"-.*  : From Russia arid from France come reports of  rene-wed-activity in the matter of war munitions  arid recruiting-of men, all of which makes peace  talk sound shallow.                  -  Say a GOOD Word  It Is wise to say a good  word for yourself or your  business, whether your  stock In trade be merchandise or labor, Want  Ads. are the most direct  line of communication  to the best buyers.  Cat****** ���������������������������*���������������������������:���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   MM)  : .SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS     v  -uCoal mining rights of the Domin-'   -  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta,  the  Yukon 'Territory,  the'  Northwest Territories and a portion      '  of the Province of.British Columbian ���������������������������  may be leased"for-a term of twenty-.-    *���������������������������  one years at an*annual rental-of $1-   ".  an acre.   Not more tlian 25G0 acres  will be leased to one applicant.,     ;  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person"-*to,-��������������������������� -  the Agent of sub-Agent of the dis- .;y ������������������  trict in which rights applied for are'VV  situated. -      * "V =   --,"    **'  In surveyed territory the land i V  must be described by sections, or/;v  legal sub-divisions of, sections, andV< V  in unsurveyed territory'the tracf.V-y,*-.  applied for, shall be staked oui-'^ySs 7  the applicant himself.   -       ",.,'���������������������������>���������������������������   y V  Each.application must be accom- /���������������������������-* *;  panied by a fee of $5 which willJb_>  refunded if the rights applied -foi\  are not available, but nototherwise.r**;  A-royalty ."shall be. paid on the itier- *"  chantable output of, the"mine* at, the-!/  rate of five,,cents per, ton. * V;,VVV -J-~  " The person "operating ^thtemineV^y-^g'  shall furnish-'the*" Agerit>vith"sworn-yftV i;V"?|  return s '.jaccou n ti rig -%Y f o'r^Vthe-i;. f uH~tfe������������������|������������������fe|  quantity V.ofy*" jneYchantable";^;j_"oali>./-s||5Sf  mined anrtpay "the"royalty tKere"bri.V5?S:"?J  If: the' coal--mining "rights yare*^not,-;^V;>&  .'- s T v I  ���������������������������i _;���������������������������  r    P  '���������������������������*; w-a-"  ON THE EASTERN FRONT  A London, report,says thc German-Austrian  armies arc now attempting the greatest stroke of  the war. By concentrating heavy forces against  tlie weakest spots in the Russian lines the Teutons  arc seeking to,split the Russian field forces into  three" afriTicT"before_th"c arnWl~of_wiritefr;_Greaft  masses of men and metal arc being hurled against  thc retreating Slavs in thc region of Vilna. Field  Marshal von Hindcnburg is directing the drive.  Hc hopes to cut off thc Brest Li tovsk armies. In  .the southeast, thc Austrians, evidently reinforced  by detachments from voiv Mackcnscn, are attempting a rush northward through Kovcl. Their  object is to throw another wedge between the  Brest :Lilovsk-armies and the Russians under.  Gen. Ivanoff, still holding a section of Galicia.  Thc heavier blow is being struck by von Hin-  denburg in the north, where despatches indicate  he has- already secured a hold upon the river  Dvinsk. If thc Teutons are able to hold this river  and cross it, it is said that thc port of Riga will  have to be evacuated by the Russians, which  would mean that the Gulf of Riga will fall into  Teuton hands.  According to Berlin, the Russian losses have  been 1,000,000 in prisoners alone since May 2nd,  the date on which the drive began in Western  Galicia,-while during August the captures included more than 250,000 men and 22,300'cannon  The Austro-Gernian losses, too, have been heavy  in killed and wounded, while the strain on thc  troops has been terrific. They still have, according to Petrograd estimates, about 2,000,000 men  on ��������������������������� the-EastcVn-front,-300,000 being in the Riga  region, more than 1,000,000 in the centre and  from 600,000 to 700,000 in Galicia.  The war news these days is slashed, colored  and censored so much that it is a waste of time  to read it. The daily papers continue to furnish  a large amount of war dope because their readers  demand that kind of literary food. They want a  battle every morning for breakfast, ancl horrors  beget horrors. War is a stale of mind, and the  press docs more than anything else to keep it  alive.���������������������������Greenwood Ledge.  mining rights" only,, but life lessee'' l  may be -permitted.to purchase^vhat--.  ever available surface,rights as" may  ber considered .necessary* fori the -,S__ '<s'*-l  working of the mine, at the rale of V~  ���������������������������310 an acre.   '" *'������������������' '. V     .V" y     VVV-  For full information applicationy=V  should be made tothe Secretary "of ":V  Ihe.Department of the Interior,' OK,\_V*  tawa, oi\,to" any"Agent orsub-Agentv���������������������������y.  of Dominion Lands. *"   ,V -"V    ,1  W  V"W.W. CORY,   VV  'Deputy "Mini������������������terrofth"c Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized. publication   f  this advertisement will not be paid    .''  for.���������������������������58782. -  Fresh Meats  If you want.prime, fresh meats, we  have them. Our, cattle'are grain-fed  -.and_AeJAcJL������������������d_.by^our^ow:n^.buyjergJron^  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy flrBt-hand for Bpot cash, ���������������������������  can 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 & Repairing.  A. E WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  "C. P. R. TIMETABLE  In efTect May 31, 1915  Southbound Northbound  10.40 lv. Sicamous       ar. 17.25  10.50 Fossett 17.08  11.11- Mara 10.40  11.25 Grindrod 16.24  11.39 Enderbv 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  II. W  G. P.  BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  Live your life. You may not  have another���������������������������and if you do live  that too.- Do not sell it for a mess  of peace potash. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, September 9, 1915  Big Drop  in Flour  Manitoba, 49s .  Centennial, 49s  Glenora, 49s, .  $1.65  1.75  1.80  Royal Household, 49s J QQ  Appeal for Men Issued by National  Committee of Women to Women  Thc following open letter lo the They have-suffered  for us:  what  SUGAR, 20-lbs. .  SUGAR, 100-lbs. -  Coal Oil, per tin, .  Coal Oil, per gallon,  Preserving Pears,  per box  $1.75  - 8.50  $1.85  35c  W. J. Woods  GENUINE   WAR   PICTURES  In connection with tlie Returned  YVounled Soldiers' Fund the Calgary News-Telegram has arranged  with a number of manufacturers of  moving picture films whereby that  paper is enabled to exhibit throughout the West some of the most sensational and interesting war pic-  lures that have ever been taken.  These pictures will include not  only a multitude of reproductions  from Belgium, France and Flanders  bul innumerable scenes from Great  Britain and Canada, as well as  photos of almost every western  ollicer who has fallen and every  western regiment which has gone  lo the call of the Empire.  As a musical feature in connection with these moving pictures,  they have organized the Harmony'  Saxophone Quartette, "which wiil  accompany the films. Two members of the quartette are soloists of  exceptional merit, who have won  great popularity by their singing.  This attraction will appear at the  Opera House Thurday, Sepl. 30th.'  ,FOR SALE���������������������������CHEAP���������������������������One 20-h.p.  Canadian Fairbanks Oil Engine.  Run three months; good as new.  For particulars address, Alfalfa  Products C, Lid., Enderby, B.C.  Afternoon     teas     and     evening  lunches are served at Joe's  women of Canada concerning the  need of men is issued by the  National Committee of Women for  Patriotic Service:  "A year ago thc thunderbolt of  war fell upon us out of a clear sky.  After the Mrs I moment of surprise  and confusion had passed, we aked  'How can we help?'  "During Ihe year thai has passed,  that question has found many answers. The trained nurse quickly  proved her value. Other women  were called upon to organize and  direct Red. Cross and St. John Ambulance work or patriotic societies,  while all gave time or money or  personal service in preparing supplies.  "To comparatively few came the  need of thc supreme sacrifice���������������������������thc  sending forth of husband, son or  brother to the fight. The first appeal for volunteers was limited and  did not appear very urgent. All  honor to those who heard and  obeyed the earliest call of the  Empire and whose women sent  them forth with pride to fight in  the front rank of the Canadian  forces.  "Today the situation has changed.  Wc have learnt, after a year of war,  that our task is harder, our danger  more real, lhan we thought a year  ago. We have -given' gladly: now  we are called to 'give-up,' and service musl fulfil itself in sacrifice.  Most urgent of all today is Ihe call  to give up ungrudgingly our husbands, sons and brothers. We are  called to create in our homes such  an atmosphere of self-devotion thai  our men and boys may feel their  resolution to offer themselves in  their country's service is simply  what we expect of them.  "This does not mean that women  should be constantly urging their  men to enlist, for it is doubtful if  the patriotic persistence of a wife  or mother would produce anything  but a reluctant and resentful recruit. The men of Canada have not  shown themselves less patriotic  than Iheir women; but it is for us.  the women of Canada, to ask ourselves whether our self-sacrifice is  falling short of the supreme test.  "Are we making if hard or easy  for our men lo obey their country's  call to service?  "Why is the call so urgent?    . ���������������������������  "Thc answer i.s simple: it is because our existence as an Empire  is at stake.. .  "Wc went into "the war to keep  our solemn pledges to our Allies;  and this reason still holds good.  "But there are now other reasons  which did not exist a year ago.  Belgium with her ravaged land and  exiled people cries aloud for justice. What do Canadian women  say to thc appeals of her outraged  women    and    mutilated    children?  are we willing lo suffer for them?  "The women of France and  Russia and thc United Kingdom  have Jong ago heard the appeal to  give up their men, anl have responded nobly. What will Canadian women do?  "Beyond keeping of our pledged  word, thc woes of Belgium, and the  example of our Allies, there comes  to us the knowledge that we are  called on lo fight our own battle;  not to send help to.. Belgium or  France or even England, bul to  fight for our own national existence.  "We are told by the men who  know that wc cannot win in this  war without more men.  "If we hold back our men we are  courting defeat; and defeat means,  not a vague misfortune to the Empire at large, but the very practical  result, of a Canada governed by  Germans.  "Do we wranl to know what that  would mean? Then let us look at  Belgium, and learn how the yoke  of thc conqueror galls thc neck of a  freedom-loving people. Defeat  would mean for us a period of  bitterest shame and discontent, and  then���������������������������another war. Can we risk it?  We are risking it if we do not make  the path of service easy for our  men.  "But the most compelling call for  sacrifice rings out form the graves  of those who on the fields of  Flanders, at Langemarck, and  Yprcs, and Festubert, have blazed  the trail to glory with their life  blood.  "Can we make their self-surrender of no avail  by holding back  the men who would take up .and  complete their splendid task?  'There is a saving which is losing:  We can supply you this year as In former years  with all the requirements of the  SHOOTING SEASON  Ammunition of, all kinds:  Rifles and Shot Guns,  Hunting Suits,  Cartridge Belts,  Duck Calls, Etc.  Gall and look over our stock.  ���������������������������  Our stock is complete and  PRICES   THE   LOWEST  Plumbing, Heating, Tinsmithing.   Bring along your repairs.  PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING  ������������������������������������     ������������������ 1111/11    JO    JU_lHg  is it worth 'saving' our men from  death if we lose our*respect? There  is a loss which is gain: even though'  we learn to face.'Desperate tides of  thc whole great world's anguish,  forced through the channels of a  single heart.'  "We are called to scale the gleaming peaks of self-sacrifice, in thc  company of our brave sisters of the  Allied nations:  ' "What will lhe women of Canada  do?"  Not for the Prohibitionist  It is a very great sin for one individual or set of'individuals to'see?;,  in any way. to mentally control another, thus robbing the other of his  inherent right to be strong, reliant  and master of himself. We would  not if we could compel people to do  what we believe to be right. This,  would make them nonentities; good  for nothing.���������������������������Unity Magazine.  GERMAN  PEACE  DEMANDS  earing  SALE  Arrived this week,  SIXl:ases of  Japanese China  which will be sold  at Sale Prices  SPECIAL:  A jeweler's collection of  LIMOGE'S CHINA  Just the thing for wedding presents:  going at Sale Prices  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor  Ranchers,  Attention !  Now i.s the time to paint your  House,  Barn  or outbuildings.  Paint i.s going AT COST; labor  about   HALF-PRICE.  If you have not the cash, whal  will you trade?  C. G. PIPER, City Decorator  Box -13, Enderby,  $15 in Prizes for School  Children in Cut-Flower Show  The Enderby Horticultural & Agricultural Association, at a meeting held last Friday evening,  decided to offer thc following prizes for blooms  grown from lhe Aster seeds donated by the Society to thc school children. Thc Board of School  Trustees and Principal Hughes and staff of  -teachers-have^promised-^lheir^co-opcration-^with-  Ihe Horticultural Society in making this exhibit  a success. Thc object is to inaugurate an annual  floral day in lhc school, lhc Horticultural Society  offering lhe prizes and providing the judges for  thc events. The co-operation of the parents of  thc school children is urged, as their attendance  a I the floral exhibit will greatly encourage the  children and give heart to lhc principal and staff  Jn carrying on thc_\\'ork_tlicj*ihayc_bcgun  /.  CITY OF ENDERBY  Appointment of Gauge Reader  TENDERS are hereby invited for  reading the gauge,on Brash's Creek  near the intake of the City waterworks,' twice in each and every  week for the space of one year, and  recording and reporting, on forms  to be supplied, the-observations  taken. The person whose tender is  accepted -will bevrequired to; enter  into . a contract-, with" the. Corporation,-and to furnish a bond for due-  performance of same. >���������������������������   VVV V"  Tenders. -mustvfbe-Venclosed i-in"  scaled envelopes;".and *iriustTbeyde.-;.  liyered.y.tor. .theV undersigned^ no.tvf^.  later man^th'e >,l3th yday -of^Septem^VV  ber.'Il 915," at: 7.30. p.mV -Vr V -^tv^XV  The.lowest.br.any'.tender will^notV  necessarily-be accepted. : v -.-** ���������������������������* V*.  City Hall; Sept. 2nd, 1915::    ��������������������������� V*  GRAHAM ROSOMAN/ City.,,Clerk. **.  The 11 oral exhibit will be held in lhc auditorium  of the school, Friday afternoon, Sept. 10th. All  flowers must be in place by 2 o'clock, when thc  judging will begin. The prizes are considered  very liberal, and it is hoped the children will  make an earnest effort lo make the display an attractive one, and at the same time win some of  the prize money. Here are the events and thc  prizes to be given in each:  First Class���������������������������Best six blooms cut, pink or white;  1st, $1; 2nd, 75c, 3rd, 50c; 4th, 25c.  .  Second Class���������������������������Best six blooms, pink or white;  1st, $1; 2nd, 75c; 3rd, 50c; .Ih, 25c.  Third Class���������������������������Best six blooms, pink or white,  1st, $1; 2nd, 75c; 3rd, 50c; 4th, 25c.  Fourth Class���������������������������Best six blooms, pink or white;  1st, $1; 2nd, 75c; 3rd, 50c; 4th, 25c.  There will also bc given four consolation prizes  of 20c, 15c, 10c and 5c in each of the above  even Is. Scholars to show in class in which they  were when seeds were distributed.  Open to All School Children  A New York despatch says: . Information form an authoritative  source gives the following as the  terms which Germany will demand  for peace at thc present time:  Erection* of an independent.kingdom'of Poland as a bulfer state between  Russia  and.Germany.  Cession of a part if not all of  Courland by Russia to-Germariy. ���������������������������  Provision by Russia tor the autonomy of Finland. . V > .  Partition     of . Serbia   -between-  Austria and Bulgaria, with possibly  a portion of the little kingdom going to Greece. - ."V.V'--"  Cession of the Belgian .Congo JoJ  Germany, "as compensation '"Tor,.'.the'  evacuation of Belgium. V     '"  'ifV*  Cession of African colonial territory   to   Germany- by ' France *_'" as  compensation-Tor the evacuation of  Norther France.  .  Restoration of African colonies  to Germany by Great Britain.  An international agreement on  the freedom of the seas, guaranteeing private property at sea immune  from attack by naval"forces.  The kaiser is credited with desiring to end the war now while he  is an acknowledged victor. Evidence is accumulating, says the despatch, that this aim on the part of  the German emperor accounts for  the sudden decision to court the  friendship of the United Stales by I  yielding to President Wilson's "RifwriW oywJ "R__ff__*������������������  demands in regard to the conduct PlggVT mliX -P*������������������TXer  of submarine warfare. This sudden yielding is indicated by the  following ollicial statement issued  by Count Bcrnstorff, addressed to  -Sccr.etar-y^of^Statc-Lansing:-  "With reference to our conversation.of this morning, 1 beg to inform you that my instructions concerning our answer to your last  Lusitania note contains thc following passage: 'Liners will not be  sunk by our submarines without  warning and without safety of thc  lives of the non-combatants, provided that the liners do not try to  .escape or offer.,.resistance.'.  ���������������������������-'Although -I���������������������������know -you do -not  wish to discuss thc Lusitania question until the Arabic incident has  been definitely and satisfactorily  settled, I desire to inform you of  thc above because this policy of my  government was decided on before  the Arabic incident occurred."  r_-.]  r V1!  m  ' *^*i  I9I5FALX FAIR  Armstrong, B.C.  SEPT. 28-29  than ever  Delicious candies going cheap at  Joe's ice cream parlor.  "Rouirh on Rats" clears out  Rats, Mice, etc. Don't die in House.  15c-25c. At drug and country stores  NEW FEATURES  District Exhibits (Yale-Cariboo)���������������������������  4 Silver Cups.  Boys under 16 showing best heifer  calf under 9 months. Silver  Cup and three cash prizes.  Boys under 18, decorating and  showing heavy draught horses.  Gold medal and 2 cash prizes.  Slock Judging Contest���������������������������thiee cash  prizes.  Horse Jumping���������������������������three cash prizes.  Broncho Busting���������������������������Two cash vand  4 other prizes.  These are a few of the new features which the management has  added to its already attractive list.  All patriots should exhibit at and  attend the Fair.  Full information and Prize Lists  can be obtained from���������������������������   MAT. HASSEN. Secretarv.  Another event in which prizes will bc given is  for the best collection of garden flowers cut���������������������������not  necessarily grown by pupils���������������������������arrangement to  count; open lo all four classes; 1st, $1; 2nd, 75c;  3rd, 00c; 4th, 40c; 5th, 25c.  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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