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 .  'I  9?  Enderby, B. C, November 18, 1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 38; Whole No."4)2!  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Through the Y.M.C.A. the soldiers  at Vernon this year banked $13,000.  Mrs. W. R. Barrows returned to  Mabel Lake Wednesday morning.  Don't forget the annual bazaar to  be held by SI. George's, church on  . Nov. 30th.  - Mr.. J. F. Moore brought down  two bucks thc other day in the hills  near his place.-  Mr.-J. J. Best returned from the  East last. Saturday, after an absence  of a year oi\two.  Mr. P. G. Farmer left for Halcyon  Hot Springs on Tuesday, to be absent a week or two.  Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Murphy have  moved into town from their fruit  farm for thc winter.  Mr. 1;. S. Stevens returned from a  visit to Vancouver and other coast  points Tuesday morning. ii}  The good people of Vernon use  f'\'   a lot of water and light.   They are  "-   ' $10,000 in arrears for these utilities..  I   :   V.The nextrmeeting bf the Woman's  Club wilf be held at the house of  ��������������������������� MrsrD6w;,on:Nbv. 20th, at 2.30.p.rnr  y V-    Parish of; Enderby, Sunday, next  .-��������������������������� l.bp/ore^Advent: Holy Communion, J8  a. m.';s" Mattihs, "llta.m;; *EyTntong,"  y'   7.30 p.m. - -.':--_     -../.-.  -' :Y7Y  .Miss .Jean Duncan returned from  Summerland' last Saturday, where  she spent some weeks on a visit to  her sister. "* '     ;i  . Mr. Russell Thompson returned  to New Denver Wednesday evening  after a couple weeks spent, with  friends, in Enderby~and Mara.     ' /  A whist drive will be held in the  K. of P.' Hall on Friday, Dec. 3rd,  by the Enderby Tennis Club, followed by a dance.   Admission, 35c.  A concert will be given in the  Enderby Opera House on Tuesday  evening next, Nov. 23rd, under the  -     auspices of the W. A.   Plan of .seats  at Reeve's..  Miss Hughes arrived in Enderby  this week from the Old Country, to  =======-join=hcr-fathcr.-=They--have-leased'  the cozy Cobb cottage and are. now  moving in.    ���������������������������  The evaporator is in operation in  Armslrong already, and the demand is strong for more women  and girls as peelers. If they cannot  be had, Chinamen will have to be  employed.  " Mr. J. T. Mulric, of Vernon, this  season raised 200 tons of onions on  six acres of land. And hc didn't  know lhe evaporator was coming,  either, nor that onions would bring  $14 a ton.  The last of the Iroops stationed  at Vernon will leave for lhe coast  this evening.    For the past week,  *."    detachments  have been  going out (  '      every day or two, and the 54th left  for the front Tuesday morning.  All persons who have acquired  property in the city or the extra-  municipal portion of the school  district since the last assessment  should without delay register their  , names with the assessor, otherwise  same cannot be included in the  voters' list for 1916. The list will  close at 5 (five) o'clock in thc afternoon of November 30th.  Messrs. Dougall and'Harkins will  start a dancing class in K. of P.  Hall, Tuesday, Nov. 23rd. Ladies,  $3, gentlemen, $5, for the series of  12 lessons. As the continuance of  the classes will depend upon the  number in attendance on that evening, it is hoped that all wishing to  take the course will be on hand or  signify their' intentions by that date.  " Mr. H. E. Waby recently returned CITY COUNCIL MEETING .       siblc lo give lhc whole suin.of such  from an. extended trip throughout' ; V    * '       part, thereof as they thought (il.  ���������������������������  the- West Kootenay, where he His.Worship the,Mayor and A1-, The. matter was discussed ,some  judged several poultry shows. Hc dermen Dill, Grant, and Hartry, at- time', ajio it was finally decided, in  also was engaged to judge the live- tended the meeting of the City view of tile fact that a full.board  stock in a number of the fall fairs  Council Monday evening. | was npt present, to lay the ques-  in Alberla. Mr. Waby will judge Aftcr lhe reading of the minutes,; [jon 0"VCr until the next meeting o'f  the winter poultry show to be held a lelter from lhe Mainland Fire Un-Jthc council. The scnsc.or the'meet-  at -Kelowna this winler.    '     ��������������������������� derwritcrs'  Association  was  taken  ing> so far as jt was expressed, was  up, but its_ consideration was fur-j favorable-to* maintaining the hos-  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  S So far as'can-be gathered from  the brief ollicial-reports from-the".  Western front, theQdays pass wilh  little more thhn"'artillery duels at.  various points, wilh no great gain*  on either side.   - -'*:.- '.. V  "On .the Riga front, the. Germans  are reported to have^given-up the  Mr. and Mrs. Plumbly will be great  ly regretted by all Enderbyites who  have enjoyed their acquaintance  during the year "or two that they  have been on the Stepney.  Lord and Lady Aberdeen will be  in Enderby loday, their train arriving here about noon*. They will  be taken by auto on'a brief visit to  their old friends, Mrs. and Miss  Robson and Miss Seymour, at their  Wisha-Wisha Ranch home. They  will; leave some"timeMn the eve-;  niri'g by-special train for the-main-  line... '---- i : -t-v " " '"  . '���������������������������.BerU'Hassard- had)an^ extraordinary piece '.'off luck a -fewa- days ago*.  He 'left.' home at 2 o!clock i n"'-. the  :afjtcrnc������������������)n vtq-'. get a^dcerV^-He ;~rer.  division, engineer.of lhc hydrogra-'the city something in.the ricighbor-  phic. survey, had visited Brash's * nooc| of-$400 a year for keeping  Creek-and adjusted the water gauge j Miss Carlson at the' Kamloops. hos-���������������������������  which*-was now in working order; i pital,. it was ,a serious question if  he believed that-Mr. Hawes had re- the cily should take oii' another  ceived a fresh" record book and expenditure so heavy as the sum  supply of report postcards arid was'.required. ' " '.'.'.- *.  proceeding with the work,of.takingi The clerk reported that a number  observations.        'S -      . ' j0f water consumers were in arrear  A petition was received from Mr.  S. F. Hartry and 'others, drawing  "sians whileJ admittingrth'cy have _~; -'^#  yielded some-ground jn thc neigh-;' 7,VXVeV  borhood of'the Styr forts, db~'no(/'-sYrY^TT1  concede\they have' been forced VV -V':"*.^  back across the rjyer, as is claimed vfV -QV1  in the German ollicial communica-*'^.V./Vf j{  tion of the 15th. " *      ��������������������������� ' ** V   y_j'V> ." f:<  Despatches from thc Balkans.'are V .iy.^V"  conflicting.   Up.to within a day or  attention  crty  situate  and'pointing  joining-sub  feet by420,;:  division 21 lb .were'-'only .40 feet by  100;   that  2"116^Ws":^ further* out  from.; the_.husmess^q.enU'e-.of .the  with their rates.    It was ordered  two, ago,while admitling^that the ;,  ','lhat nil persons over six months Central allies were in possession of  ���������������������������;-?r~:  lurncd?at^4 jo'clock  withytwo ��������������������������� of, town; than ;2lTa;? ..that.y hotwitti-  ���������������������������    S'SBrMshiPrepdrcdness^S11 _.;'  -'Mr. Frederick* P'almer^'says ttfat"  them." VTKey' were" .'waiting-;" forhim"-standing:these   facts,-'..property 'in Kitchener'has. completed his-work;  oil. the hill back ofThe Smith place.  211b was assessed not,only much'of organization'and.has goneVtb'.the  Bulgariahsr ;4'.However,.^a-; "London  lP'1iA_������������������jt-������������������.< j���������������������������...  ....._.m  He dropped both with a single shot.higher.in proportion;to size "of lot,fNear East for the purpose of put- in  1 Central"^Macedonia..,present  each, and'he did not move out ofj.but. in many, cases at a figure ac-j ting his preparations-interactivity.'  his tracks, nor did they. jtually in excess "of that, placed on  Ih spite pf alLthat thoughtless" "p|e6-  The deer have been so plentiful lols in 211a; and asking that these! pic have alleged to thc contrary* the  in:the hills this season th'it every- statements be investigated in order'manner in which the*British. Em-  one wit^ a license'and a'rifle'has tha.1 Justice might be done and all.pire,   and - especially   the    United  appearance   of   discrimination   re- j Kingdom, has been changed'from' a  moved.    The matter was referred,! non-military power to. one of, .the'  been out after them. The.hills have  been full of hunters, and many narrow escapes of hunters at*the hands  of other hunters are reported from  various quarters. One man' was"  twice shot at by an excited youth,  one bullet just grazing his ear and  thc other cutting a hole through  his coat.  The managers of the Opera House  feel that they have to apologize to  the public ofjindcrby for their not  Being ablc~fcrshpw tbelirst reclslof  thc new serial drama "Thc Master  Key," which was advertised to be  shown last Friday and . Saturday  evenings. The films failed to arrive  in' time to bc shown, but the drama  will start this weck-eiid without  fail. Do not allow the first episode  to appear without your seeing it.  . Secretary Handcock, of thc Farmers' Institute, states that competitions will be held for 1910 in wheat  and mangels, and a special in oats..  This latter is not a cup competition.  A home garden competition also  will be held. He desires also to  draw..ai'lention to the notices that  will be placed on the Inslilulc notice board this week regarding Government seed, requisitions for  which must be handed to the secretary by the 15th December.  In'*'printing (he list of contributions and thc names of thc contributors in thc shower given for the  soldiers,* in last week's issue of thc  Press an error was made in three  instances: Mr. Stevens gave 12  pairs of sox and 6 boxes cigars;  Mrs. Frederickson, 3 pairs sox; and  Master Harold Roakes, 5 pkls cigarettes and 5 pkts tobacco. It  should be stated that thc contributions were packed by a committee,  consisting of Mrs. S. Poison, Mrs.  Speers and Miss Mowat, and' every  article contributed found its place  in the individual packages sent separately to each soldier boy from  Enderby at thc front.  -a  ~ -.������������������-S  to the assessor for his attention. *  A letter was read from Mr. Sr  Teece carrying a similar complaint  and this, too, .was referred to the  assessor for his attention. .,  The bond given by Assessor Johnson for thc due performance of tho  duties of-his office was approved,  and instructions given lhat the assessment  work  be  commenced   at  most*-  powerful    rnehac"6    to.   theAV  armies of Serbia  and. her allies,"  'and that it is how a problem, whe-- -  ther-the newly arrived French and,'  British" forces are.large enough to-y,  meet this Bulgariahonslaught.: The V  question now seems to be as to the",-���������������������������".  greatest* military nations the world*;ability of Serbia and her allies to;';  has ever.seen; is the' mar.ycl of the'get back to Salonica.    One report V.  time.   The simple fact that whereas"^has'it that Greece will treat the al- :  a year"ago Britain was able to send "J lied troops which recross. the bor-  abroad only an expeditionary force, der .into Greece as belligcrants of -.  of about 150,000, she is now.able' in' war on neutral territory, and intern .  addition to keeping 1,000,000 men  them, bill a later report says that  in  thc  batllefront  in   France  and  "Greece will cxlcndlo Serbians lhc  '���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-1 *' 1 - * ���������������������������-��������������������������� 1 11  J:7YJ>  J.-4'  ������������������i_P"ir^  *f*  , *  -'-    -*  ������������������T  J~*  -���������������������������&  -, ?  ���������������������������  *  - .ti-5-  ������������������������������������������������������  y <���������������������������  "���������������������������.���������������������������������������������'"S  ^ i  *���������������������������~~ ^?  '*  "  * 1 *"..-  Belgium',  ample   reserves  at  home  and all her needed garrisons coin-  same privileges as those accorded  thc French and British in case of  -0 n cc ***���������������������������*���������������������������*-~   Aldermen Sharpe and Hartry  were appointed to act with His  Worship the Mayor as a court of  revision on the voters' list, lo sit  on thc 10th day of December, at 8  p. r.-..  A letter was received from the  editor of the Canadian* Municipal  Journal, calling attention to the  need of municipal councils taking  the lead in any movement Jo welcome home soldiers returning from  the war. The letter was placed on  file for future reference.  Mr. II. G. Davies and Rev. J. A.  Dow, as a deputation from thc  board of-management of the Enderby Collage Hospital, appeared before the council. They stated that  the board, who had -hitherto depended on individual subscriptions  proceeds of entertainments, etc.,  were experiencing increasing, dillicully. in financing lhe hospital, and  that at a public meeting of'the citizens they had been urged to apply  to the council for assistance; it was  felt by'the board that'it was hardly  fair to attempt to keep up an institution which was for thc benefit of  thc whole district at thc expense of  a few individuals, and lhat ii-  would be more satisfactory if the  council would make a monthly  grant, so fhat lhc expense would hc  borne -proportionately by all the  people of lhe lown; that the sum  of $45 per month was needed, and  they asked the council to make a  grant of this amount, or, if impos-  in all military history,  plete,^to^se'ml^.75Q,Qn0=auenL_to^.thfeLth ci i-^cmuoacliment - o n-G_ieek_=,tar_=  Balkans, is lhc mosl amazing.thing rilory-, but in view of the fact that  no definite announcement has been  made- as to what Ihesc privileges  will bc, further than lhc statement  of the Greek premier lhat the Allied  Iroops  will  be'permitted  to  reach  &  Major Ilenniker will Raise a Force  ______������������������������������������������������������__��������������������������� -f  According lo lhe Victoria Colonist  formal authorization has been received by Col. A. T. Ogilvie, lhc D.  O.C., for-the mobilization of two.  more overseas infantry battalions  in Military District No. 11. Major ���������������������������  Ilenniker, O.C., of lhc Independent  {Squadron of IB. C. Horse, has been  empowered to raise a force of 1,050  for active service. He has been  given     Ihe    temporary    rank  the sea unmolested, lhe intentions  of Greece remain obscure."    ���������������������������������������������  Spoils -of- War  Berlin claims that in the Teuton  advance inlo Serbia they have completely  broken   down   thc  Serbian  military organization, having taken  of 51,000  prisoners, 478  cannon, 200  ! lieutenant-colonel.     Ilis^ unit   will  be known as lhc'103rd BattaljonV  C ONSER VA 7V VE MEE TING  Thc annual meeting of the Enderby and District Conservative  Association Will he held in K. of P.  Hall, Saturday, Nov. 27th, at. 2.30 p.  m. ILG.Daviks, Secretary  of which were of the latest ������������������������������������������������������French  'type; rifles, machine guns, mine  Ihrowers and .searchlights, a_s well  as ammunition, victuals, wire',  clothing and locomotives. It is  claimed-that lhc Serbian army js  attempting lo escape'in smalFbands  by' taking refuge in the mountains.  Mr. Hamilton Lang, road'superin-  tendent, was in Enderby Wednesday in connection wilh-the work of  gravelling the Enderhy-Salmb'n Arm  road, work on which was commenced the past week.  j On Saturday afternoon, Dec. 11,  a sale of home-made cooking, fancy  goods suitable for Christmas gifts,  aprons, etc., will bc held in the  basement of the Presbyterian  Church. Afternoon tea will also bc  served. nl8-td  The next Red Cross sewing parly  will bc held at Mrs. E. B., Dill's  house on Tuesday next at 2.30. Ah  election of officers' will take place  at the same lime, Mrs. S. Poison  having resigned her ollice as president of this branch. Parcels will  be packed and dispatched to Toronto.at the end of this monlh, and all  work now in -hand should b*e-finished imd returned to Miss Forster  before then. No more work will be  sent off until the end of January.  When you want something in the  line of buns ancl cakes,'Joe has it. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, November 18,.1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every  Thursday at    Enderby.  B. C. at  $2  per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press.   Advertising Rates:   Transi.nt. 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Coni.ract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1915  OUTLOOK FOR THE WINTER FAIR  While there is no-merit in blinding our eyes to  facts and attempting to make ourselves believe  lhat commercial and other conditions arc the best  and the outlook for thc winter rosy, still, conditions are not so bad as they might bc. There arc  many hundred Ions oi' hay in the district awaiting  a belter- price, and the same of. potatoes and other  ���������������������������'field*produce.   There arc thousands of bushels of  . wheat, oats and barley yet lb be sold. * And in addition to all this, there are many morc'buttcr producers in lhe district than ever before, and the egg  men are likewise producing heavily irom Iheir  poultry flocks.    While there will be no winter  .camps"in operation by the lumber-mill company,  nevertheless, logging camps will be run. and logs  put upon lhc river banks for next season's cut.  There is no reason lo believe that the winter oi'  . 1915 will bc worse than thai of 1914. Indeed, indications arc lhal it may he heller, provided outproduces succeed in disposing of their product at  even a fair price.  The lliing to remember in a small community  where every man wauls lo do and sell whal lhc  olher man does and sells, is lhal it is fatal to go  up against lhe other man's game���������������������������gel a game of  yourown, and play it to lhe limit.  STRONG MOVES FOR CREAMERIES  II is evident from lhe energetic way in which  several localities in tl._ Okanagan are gelling  oul after creameries to be located there, that the  people of llie Valley arc (irmly convinced lhal the  'best'policy is lo gel hack to'the cow. And another good.feature noted is that they arc not going VolsiLdown and.waiLlor:JJjcJjo__:inuiKMl!_J<A  assist them. Al Armstrong Ihey have organized  whal Ihey lerm the Armslrong and Northern  Okanagan" Dairy and Agriculturel Association,  wilh shares placed al $~>0 each. The purpose is  lo raise local capital sullicienl to purchase a plant  and operate il on cream drawn from all lhe district norlh of Armslrong as well as locally.  The Pcnliclon Herald tells of a similar step  taken lhere by Ihe local husinessmen, and lhe  Hoard of Trade of lhat wide-awake locality has  Ihoroughlv organized the movement.  liminary work must be done in explaining to  buyers thc qualities and methods of manufacture  of our British Columbia woods. There arc many  misconceptions which are very prevalent and  which act as a barrier to the introduction of our.  lumber products. These can only he overcome by  energetic personal work among the buyers by a  "representative thoroughly conversant with every  phase of our lumbering industry. Again, there  are many trade requirements which arc designed  to meel ihe case of Swedish and Russian lumber  but which arc not properly applicable to thc very  different timber species of the Pacific Coast. In  many such cases slight modifications of the customary specifications would not affect lhc interests of lhe Old Country buyer in any way, while  Ihey would cheapen production here and so enable the sawmills of this Province lo quote lower  prices and secure a larger share of this trade.  Through general work of this character thc Provincial lumber commissioner will be of considerable assistance not only in preparing thc way for  future developments but also by co-operating  with the various brokers.and agents who represent lhc interests of British Columbia lumber  firms now doing business in thc United Kingdom  markets. So active has been the campaign conducted by American shippers, and so largely have  Ihcy increased Iheir representation in Europe recently lhal thc Minister of Lands has decided  that a strong effort is.ncccsary to counteract This  action and protect British Columbia business.  Mr. J. G. Woods, the well-known lumberman,  has been appointed as the new lumber commissioner to the United Kingdom.. Mr. Woods has  been long and intimately connected with thc lumber business of the coast.  Hon. Dr. W. H. Montague, who was Minister of  Public Works in lhc Roblin Government, was  found dead in his room iff the Royal Alexander  Hotel lasl Saturday afternoon. Death was due to  heart failure.        - -  FOOL LEGISLATION  All reform movements are a good thing. But  with them'there usually comes a host of fool  movements"which seem to bc thrust in in order  lo divide lhc people and so becloud lhc real issues  as to wreck thc wholc.movcmcnt for reform. . At  a lime like this, when, the public mind is.flitting  about seeking to find someone or something to  blame for its'own misdeeds, wc.hcar of all kinds  of demands for fool legislation.. .The revival.of  lhc prohibition movement has been.the means .of1  bringing forward in British;-Columbia other demands which seek lo improve the morals of the  people by legislation. Movements of this nature  arc as old as lhc hills. They come periodically.  The people go from one extreme tothc other, and  after having gone thc limit in one direction Ihey  turn and go the other. And in thc lead of each  movement will be found a number of good men  and women, and wilh Ihem "cranks"...of various  shades and color, who, unfortunately, are usually  the readiest to air themselves from pulpit and  We carry a good stock of the following  ROBIN HOOD  SEAL OP ALBERTA  RADIUM  GRAHAM  WHOLE WHEAT  RYE  Also Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Barley Chop,  Oat Chop, Cracked and Whole Corn and a good supply of Poultry  Foods.   Also full line of Cereals;  * We deliver to' any part of the city  TEECE & SON,  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby    -. ���������������������������  Specials in Lumber  ���������������������������while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2x4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cord wood,  Dry Blocks,    -  $10.00 per M  -     $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  - *     $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  SA VE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NOW.     '   *' -':  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd Enderby  A name that stands for the best in hotel service'  ;,'  Kin^Edi^H^^^1^ Enderby  -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������      t '���������������������������   ��������������������������� a   _S=  stage  Thc I-Icdlcv Gazette tells of one of these reform  blisters. "Wc wen tion particularly," says the  Gazelle, "a certain entity, '(one could hardly insult his neighbor by calling it a. man) who is at  present in Kcrcmcos on business, but whose permanent home is at thc coast.. At a public meeting  in Kcrcmcos, speaking on what hc was pleased lo  lerm Prohibition, hc laid an insult at thc door of  every home in thai patriotic town when, after  hemming, hawing and hedging, hc staled that if  the,bo.vs-wcrc-backJ'rom.the.front thev would all  The only rigid a grown man or woman should  really want is Ihe rigid lo be useful.  ASSISTING THE LUMBER INDUSTRY  The heavy orders for lumber for the United  Kingdom placed through the Provincial Government during Ihe past summer as a result of the  visit of Lumber Commissioner MacMillan to  Kurope show whal results can be obtained by  governmental action in assisting lhc lumber industry. .In order lo follow up the advantage al-  readv gained in this new line of work, the Hon.  \V. B.'Boss has announced thai lhe Provincial  Government is sending a business representative  of lhe industry lo London.  Investigation has already shown that before  lhe Kuropenn market can he entered, on any  scale, by our manufacturers a great deal of pre-  vote for prohibition, as thc reason most of.them  went to lhe front was.lo.gel away from the liquor.  This fearless'advocate of .prohibition has four  sons. Are they at the front? No. They arc not  afraid of liquor. They are up in thc north trapping; went there as soon as war was declared."  The Pcnliclon Herald calls attention lo another  freak movement. This time the W. C. T. U. of  that town is. responsible. Al a regular meeting  cd' the ladies of that organization, a resolution  was passed and forwarded to olher branches of  lhe organization lo he passed, protesting against  the appearance in ��������������������������� mail-order house catalogues,  llie semi-nude figures of men and women showing tlie neal, close-fitting underwear and white-  wear garments.  The good ladies of the Penticton W.C.T.U.  ought lo be reminded lhal nudity is never indecent; clothes may be, and lingerie generally is.  Perhaps it was lingerie Ihey were after.  STILL CAN HOLD THE LINES  The Londlnn Times correspondent with thc  Russian headquarters, points oul that despite the  departure of a score of German divisions from  lhe Russian front, the Germans slill dispose 'of  huge forces "aggregating 800,000 bayonets and  80,000 sabres." "With lhe aid of.numerous guns,  innumerable Maxims and miles upon milcfv of  barbed wire," llie correspondent adds, "the Teutons can hold in the various sectors from which  men have been transferred long enough lo bring  them back in face of an emergency."  Tlie concspondenl expresses the belief that the  Germans have failed in their determined efforts lo  gain the Dvina River line, but they hope to start  next spring on a final conquest of Russia, "showing thereby lhat Ihey have lost faith in the mirage  of a separate peace."  THE ENTHUSIASTIC f MANNER IN WHICH  OUR UNIQUE LINE OF ETCHED AND TINTED  PERSONAL GREETING CARDS IS BEING  ACCEPTED BY OUR ENDERBY FRIENDS,  INDICATES THAT WE HAVE SUCCESSFULLY  ANTICIPATED THE TREND OF THOUGHT  EXPRESSED BY PERSONS OF REFINED  TASTE. THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN  THE FINE CUSTOM OF SENDING GREETINGS  OF GOOD CHEER AT CHRISTMAS TIME ARE  URGED TO INSPECT THESE CARDS AT AN  EARLY DATE IN ORDER THAT WE MAY GET  THEM OUT WITHOUT DELAY. AS THE  SEASON ADVANCES, PRESSURE OF WORK  IN THIS DEPARTMENT MAKES IMPOSSIBLE  THE SAME-AMOUNT^OF GARE-&THOUGHT=  ON THE ORDERS THEN COMING IN.  The Walker Press  ,  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year 0  0  Thursday, November 18, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  WORK OF THE RED CROSS  I**-.  <>-I  The good, enthusiastic, patriotic women who  . arc doing Red Cross work in this, and every city,  town, village and rural section of Canada, need  have no worries in respect to what becomes of the  articles they make for thc soldiers. Every article  reaches the place intended, hence the yarns, and  even worse, as to what becomes of Red Cross contributions, can be forgotten as soon as heard.  In a letter addressed to the Toronto Saturday  ' Night, Mrs. Plumptrc, thc honorary secretary of  thc Canadian Red Cross, says: "Mr. Noel Marshall has asked mc to reply to your letter. No  Canadian Red Cross supplies, or Canadian War  Contingent Association (C. W. C. A.) supplies are  sent to the War Office for distribution, (a) 'Tlie  Canadian Red Cross ships all its supplies to its  own Commissioner, Col. C. A. Hodgetts, in London, (b) By courtesy of thc Canadian Red Cross  Society, the National Service Committee ships  field comforts to the C. W. C. A., which has its  ollice in London, but asks that all its supplies  should be simply shipped car of the C.P.R., Liverpool. These are distributed byMhe C. W. G. A.,'of  which Sir George Perley is president, and Mr. J.  VG. Colmer secretary. They go direct through to  the Canadian Expeditionary Force, with which  . Mr. Colmer is in daily, communication.  "The Canadian Red Cross Society look's after  sick and wounded men and prisoners of war. It  distributes its supplies in three ways: (a) ~by  placing a depot within treach of every Canadian  Army. Medical Corps Hospital, so that the commanding officers of the Canadian Hospitals can  indent upon, these supplies. Incidentally,-1 may  remark that our latest report from our commissioner happens .to. say that consignments of Red  ��������������������������� Cross goodV have been sent3to,eyery Canadian  Medical Unit at the front during/the week in  which he wrote. ,y (b) By sending individual-parcels to wounded Canadians.y(c) By .sending parcels to Canadian prisoners of war..  V"The field comforts are distributed (as I have  stated) only, to the fighting Canadians.in camp.  General Anderson and: the, commanding officers  of the various battalions have made arrangements  for certain officers to indent oh these, field comforts in just the same way asThe medical officers  indent on the Red Cross supplies.. There is,.there-  fore, no fear Thaf field: comforts 'which are sent  , forward arc either what.is-not needed, or that too  many.are-sent;.7 :. v~<./ .. ..";".' Y>* --���������������������������'     *~'-  '-  : "Goods' addressed to the Red Cross Society, 7.7  f-King Sf.;E.,,Toronto, are carried,free of charge, by  the .expriessTand yrailway��������������������������� companies. ...They should  be. shipped ."(addressed;as ,'above) C.O.D.^and the  ' Societyshakes-it right witlithe yarioiis..campanies  . '���������������������������. '������������������it' woiifd be* very: much appreciated byHhe'Red  . Gross,.if yoiir'could give this information iri your  paper, as there is still ant immense amount of confusion in-the public mindMri'tHe matter, of Red  Cross supplies. ' ., \  "If you would be-kind enough .to act on this  ', suggestion, would yoif also take occasion to contradict flatly the rumor Avhichds coming**to.us  from one end of Canada to the other, that the  Red Cross is selling its supplies to the soldiers'.  Our commissioner in England: characterizes this  report as "simply preposterous."      -     ,-   ,  WOULD FORCE THE ISSUE  fore, while.prejudice dictates disbelief in his criticism of the move of the Allies in making Saloniki  their base for the campaign in Serbia, it is nevertheless worth consideration, and it will be interesting to sec if future events prove him right in  this as they did in thc Dardanelles. He expresses  the fear that Saloniki as a base is not of much account as it is a "considerable distance from thc  scene of hostilities in Serbia, and lhc necessity of  guarding a long line of communications in a  difficult country and in the face" of a hostile population is regarded as rendering a northward  march from Salonikki inadvisable. Thc concentration of forces farther east," presumably at  Kavalla or near the Dcadcgatch railway��������������������������� is held  by the correspondent "to be impossible owing to  military reasons."  -While subsequent events may prove thc correctness of the Times' military writer, still, can  the same writer tell us what other more suitable  place could be selected as a base by the Allies as  near the Serbian hostilities? No doubt thc base  at Saloniki will-prove a difficult one to hold and to  operate from when the enemy forces now conquering Serbia are released (provided they can be  released before thc Allies succeed' in getting into  Serbia?)' and thrown upon the Allied forces now  operating in the vicinity of ,Strumnitza, but is  there any other point the Allies could select which  would be less difficult to hold or to operate from?  AMUSING SIDE OF OUR CENSORSHIP  NO ALUM  ; PLAINLY*  PRINTED ������������������  iHLEWHITEST.  Granting that the restriction of war news is  perhaps justified by war conditions, it is, nevertheless exasperating; but exasperating as it, is," it  has its amusing side also.'** As one writer has said,  the citizen of London picks up his newspaper and  reads about -the war. Much of his war news  comes from New York . He turns to the editorial  page and^ reads comment based avowedly upon  what has appeared;.in New York newspapers. A  Zeppelin raids London, and three davs later there  is printed ah account of the raid by the-.commander of a German Zeppelin,- the. account-under  a New York date line. It is not much wonder that  the'people'at home arc becoming tired of having  to depend upon this second-hand information of  how their sons are fighting, where, they are fighting and with what*.success. "'When these reports  come to^ Canada, either through thc medium-of.  the American newspapers or London newspapers,  the .Canadian ipress cannot: reproduce the; news,'  eyen__secdnd-handed from the American- press or  third-handed from thelLondon press; -". -Vt_ vV;  : The censorship department of; Canada,-Uke that"  oii England,, is-working -under-direction" of the  military department,; and no:doubt'the':belief pre-,  vails here;as it^does there'that thelsuppression-of  unfavorable reports, aids in recruiting. But does  it? "Hasn't it a tendency to act the* other way?"  Hagic  baking  powdeb  LOOK OUT FOR THE ROCKS  Perhaps the leaders of the. prohibition movement in the Province are justified in taking the  position, they have assumed, but there is good  reason to.doubt it. A few days ago they went  from Vancouver Ho meet Premier McBride and  insist upon the demands previously made being  iheLby^theJGovernment.^^Lm.usULelLj^Uj.Sir.  Richard," said Mr. Jonathan Rogers, president of  thc organization, "that I speak for the Prohibition Party, and nothing but a clear-cut issue similar to the Alberta bill will satisfy us. If thc Government refuses that we refuse to accept any substitute." ' ,  "You want the Alberta bill," replied Sir Richard  "that is what you will accept:, nothing more and  nothing less?"  "Practically," said Mr. Rogers. "So far as I am  able tojudge thc feeling of our party there can bc  no compromise on that point. Wc would rather  go down ot defeat on that point than accept anything else."  To this Premier McBride replied: "You say wc  arc to follow thc Alberta or Saskatchewan  method. I say, as Prime Minister of this Province, that the Government which undertakes to  give the people Prohibition, should live up io thc  full case. In Saskatchewan, the Government is  dispensing liquor, while in Alberta liquor may  bc consumed in private houses. When you call a  thing Prohibition which is not Prohibition, it is a  fraud on the people. I want a fair chance to take  all views! As Prime Minister, T.donT want to be  compelled to do what you say. T am impressed  with the strength of this movement and the bona  fides of those who are advocating it, but I claim  the right to submit it to the people in fair form."  HOW ABOUT SALONIKI?  The military writer on the London Times has  seriously questioned the advisability of .several  military moves that have been made by the Allies  in* the war, and in so doing has repeatedly exposed weaknesses; long before events proved the  writer to be right. He is "on the ground," as it  were, and versed on all the moves of strategic  importance made by the warring nations.   There-  . Free criticism is the.one safeguard against an  arrogant, slipshod and dishonest policy, party "or  person. For its own good and the good of the  community a court, whether judicial, political or  military, should welcome criticism, not repress  it. We abide by thc decision of our courts, but  the man who thinks he has been wronged by a  court should have the privilege of saying so.' To  think of the powers lhat be as incapable of a  lapse is on a par with the exploded theory that  the King can do no wrong. Under a monarchy  thc judge, in law, is delegated to act for the King.  Under democracy the courts act Tor the people.  And as the people are at times wrong, so may-  judges, or the men in power, also be wrong. AH  true progress means trusting Jhe people, not  "ruling" or suppressing  DAIRY  ACT  REGULATIONS  The regulations made under the  authority of the Act came inlo force  on September 1st, and provided  that when dairy butter is'put up in  blocks, squares or prints and  wrapped . in parchment paper the  paper shall be printed or branded  with the words "Dairy Butter," in  letters at least one-quarter inch  square, in addition to any other,  wording that the buttermaker may.  desire to use. There is nothing in  the Act or regulations" to prevent  the use of thc word "Separator" in  addition to=the words "Dairy Butter," but. no such grade of butter  as "Separator" is recognized by the  law.    The Butter Act of* 1903 de-  t *��������������������������� 1 .. ���������������������������*" \  fined .only; two grades,- namely,'  "Dairy'^ and "Creamery". The  Dairy Industry Act of 1914 defines  a third grade as "Whey" butter.  Buttermakcrs jnay use any form of  printing or branding, including the  words. "Dairy Butter," which is not  inconsistent with^thc definition-of  dairV;butter.   Butter in rolls, crocks  or "'tub's-yis\.riotVrequired-.-to' be  branded..-//' -- -V* /���������������������������-. ��������������������������� - y V  ^yThedefinitiqn-af-dairyybutter^is  fouridiii; section. 3 .'of the 'Act', and Js  the same^asjf-was in the^Butter Act  of 1903. /irfcadsv/ai-follows:.Y  (d) "dairy" means a'placeywhere  the milk or cream, of lessthanTifty  cows is manufactured into' butter:  (e) "dairy butter". meariVbuttef  which is manufactured in a dairy!  The "exact wording of the sec"  lions of the. regulations, that deal  with this matter of the branding of!  dairy butter reads as-follows:  "No person shall cut or pack  dairy butter into blocks, squares or  prints and wrap such blocks or  prints in parchment paper unless  the said-parchment paper is printed  or branded with the words "dairy  butter."  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS   ���������������������������  -  Coal 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 Columbia,"- '  may be leased for a tcrnroLtwenly-  one years at an annual rental;6f $1  an acre.   Not more than 25G0 acres   '  will, be leased to one applicant.  ���������������������������  Application for a lease musl be  made" by the applicant in person'to.  the. Agent of sub-Agent of the dis-'"  trict in which rights applied for are  situated.  In   surveyed   territory the land  must be described by sections, or,**.  legal sub-divisions of sections, and ,V  in   unsurveyed   territory  thc .tract V  applied fpr shall be slaked out by    7\  the applicant himself. . ��������������������������� - ; ���������������������������      "** -V'  Each application niu^t be accom- V  panicd by a fee of $5 which will bo "'-"���������������������������  refunded if the rights applied for  urcf not available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the mer- ��������������������������� ,  chantable output of the mine at.the/  rate "of five cents per ton." .. *** ���������������������������" V-ri V "  .'The  person 'operating' the mine   ".  shall furnish thc Agent with sworn - .  returns   accounting'  for/ the., full.V  quantity    of    merchantable    coal V  mined and pay the royalty thereon. * "'  If-'the coal mining rights,are hot  operated; such   returns" should, be V_  furnished, at least.once'a year. "\j^fJ ������������������������������������������������������  t. The lease will include the coal'-'.',  mining rights, only, biifthc" lessee- ,~  may be permitted to~purchaseVyhat-V'���������������������������;  ever available surface rights as'may V  be' considered   necessary   for 'the   V  working of the mineral the rate of,   V  $10 an acre. --        7\ "7  .For full information application VV  should be made to the Secretary of S-i  the Department of the Interior, OtV7"V  tawa;.or. to any Agent-or subrAgcnt-VV-  of-Dominion Lands: * *_--->. ^ ; >; ,_'-'  V - v...V ,r-W.;\V.;CORY^p  .Dcpiity.Minister.or thc.Interior.  -**> -..  *"    *^"*^r j������������������r- *^"-1 - I  <"*  "^j^3?~y>-vl I  *���������������������������V- _^rr-S*_i*-?, L  ���������������������������"^'^feaill  Customer's Own Material Made 71  Up;;    . Prices from $X5.Q07up.   r  Cleaning,' Pressing ^.Bepairirig.1 ZY'  ��������������������������� " ;;-  a. e. west ^;"^V;5  ���������������������������   Ladies'and Gents' Tailor.'     :' ���������������������������  SVfi!  ��������������������������� =fr '  WILL GO TO PATRIOTIC FUND  ���������������������������- a"-,-ii  An announcement of considerable interest to  individuals who during recent months have contributed money for machine guns was made a few  days ago from the oflice of thc Prime Minister at  Ottawa. -In the announcement it is intimated  that the funds contributed by thc public will not  be used for the purpose of purchasing machine  guns, an ample supply of which, it is stated, is  being purchased by the Government. No intimation is' given as to what will bc done with the  $2,000,000 collected in thc Dominion for lhc purchase of machine guns, but il is thought thai the  contributors may bc asked lo let their gifts go to  thc Canadian Patriotic Fund for thc relief of the  dependents of soldiers.  No figure in British politics bus been the target  of more criticism since thc war started than the  Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, who has just resigned from the post of Chancellor of thc Duchy  of Lancaster in the coalition cabinet, and is now  going to France to take his place at thc front.  Expensive Christmas gifts will be out of  the question this year. It will be a year when a  personal letter or a Christmas Card will be more  acceptable than anything else.  Why not,make up your mind NOW, that  you will send your friends some message of cheer  on a Christmas Card?  In ordinary' seasons these are put up in  lots of a dozen at from $1.50 to $2.50 and $3.50 a  dozen. This year we are making a flat rate of  $1.50 for the first dozen and from 75c to $1.00 for  the second or subsequent dozen.  THE WALKER PRESS  Get "More Money" lor your Furs  Beaver, Foxes, Muskrat, Wolves, Marten, Fisher,  White Weasel and ot_������������������r F������������������r bearers collected in your aectioa  SHIP YOUR FURS DIRECT <o"SHUBERT"the laraesl  boose In tbe WarM fealiag exclusively in NOITB AMIBICAN JMW ftgS  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������safe Fur House with an -unblemished reputation existing: for "more than a third of a century." a lontr successful record of sending FurShippers prompt.SATISEACT.ORY_  AND PR'OFITABCE returns. Write for "Ztjt fttnibrrt ������������������bipp������������������r."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  -   ���������������������������      Writ, for it-NOW-it'a FREE  A R SHtJRERT Inr 25-27 westaustwave.  a. p. anup*c.*\ \f inc. D������������������ptc������������������ Chicago.u.s.a.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, fresh meat., we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyer a froo  thc richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, a  can give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables-;  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-  : dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers J  Land-seekers  and TourisU in  vited to give us a trial.  SECRET SOCIETIES  E. WIIBEI.EP.  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lod������������������e No". 40  Kegulnr meetings fijst  Thursdny on or nftiT th^  full moon at 8 p. m. in Odd-  fellown Hnll. Visiting  brethren cord,'ally incited  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE.  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  In K. of I'. Hall.   Visitors cordially invito! to attend.  K. E. HAKKINS. C. C.  G. G. CAMHHELL. K.K.S.  R. J. COLTAKT. M F.  Hall suitable fnrConcerta, Dance* and all public  8ntertainmcntn.    For ratcs.'etc., address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  |Mon������������������r to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B,C.  0. K. Baiter Sip  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, November 18, 1915  Shoepacks for the Boys, are  more serviceable and less  expensive than Rubbers.  Sweaters and Sweater Coats  for Men and Boys, will keep  the body warm at less cost  than anything you can wear.  Light and Heavy Woolen  Underwear for Men & Boys  at low prices.  Heavy Shoes, Belgian Socks,  Fall and Winter Suits, Felt  Hats, Etc., for Men& Boys.  Come in and let us fit you  out for the cold weather.  We can do it right, and at  little cost.  SHOWING UP THE BANKS  In his address to the Canadian  Club of Vancouver last week, Premier Sifton of Alberta dwelt on the  injustice of thc chartered banks  employing their resources largely  in   operations   outside  of  Canada,  over $86,000,000 in call loans outside of Canada, should insist on tax  sales, and even suits against parties  who couldn't be squeezed in tax  sales, for its comparatively insignificant claims against the municipalities. If, instead of extending  such enormous favors to the stock  instead of doing their duly-lo .the; gamblers in New York, that bank  Canadian people whom they were I had employed thc $86,000,000 in le-  Logging  ��������������������������� II  Is  W. J. Woods  Ready for Peace, But���������������������������  Berlin, Nov. 16.���������������������������"Germany is  ready for peace, but the Allies must  lake the initiative." Thc senii-  oflicial Vossiche Zeitung thus defines today the position of Germany  in connection with the various  peace rumors afloat. Despite this  statement by the Zeitung, officialdom here scoffs at the reports in  chartered to serve. Premier Sifton  and Premier Scott of Saskatchewan  are taking an active part in the  growing revolt against the system  that has worked such destruction  in* Canada, especially during the  lasl four years.  Recently the Toronto World published half a page of extracts from  speeches of the said premiers, and  from editorials on the subject in  many newspapers of thc prairie  provinces and Ontario, with its  own comment. One incident that  aroused widespread indignation  yras the refusal of thc chartered  banks to extend credit to thc Moose  Jaw  board   of  education,   without t. In  ������������������e  wheal  growing competi-  ... ...  .,        ,     ,        .,      . i tion, the  prize-winning results of  which-credit the school could not which we������������������ givcn in j.������������������t wcck>s is_  remain open.   This refusal was re-j sue   of   the. Press,   the   following  taliatory, the board having kept its scores were'made:  gitimatc lines in Western Canada,  the people would have been fairly  prosperous, and could have paid  their taxes. But these public service corporations forget or ignore  their obligations to the people, by  whose favor, they exist.  The Edmonton Bulletin quoted  Premier Sifton's remarks upon "the  need of such revision of the banking law ascwill break the monopoly  that now holds the business and industry of Canada in a relentless  grip."  CROP  COMPETITION  AWARDS  account with a private bank. All  efforts of the provincial government to influence thc banks having  failed, the matter wras laken to Ottawa, when ..Finance Minister White  exerted such pressure on one of the  banks that it granted the credit. So  the Moose Jaw juveniles are now  drinking at the fount of knowledge.  Speaking of this in the legislature,  Premier Scott said:  "I declare without hesitation, Mr.  Speaker, that the banks in this instance made <��������������������������� scandalous misuse of  the  authoritv  and  discretion  over  Wheat Crop���������������������������1st, W. J. Fenton,  total score, 94%; 2nd, C. S. Handcock, 93%; 3rd, Thos. Skyrme, 92.;  .th,* KeJlett, 91; 5ht, E. Harrop,  89Ms; 6th, Thos. Gray, 89%.  Stand of Crop: (Possible 5). Fen-  to, 4 1-2; Handcock, 4 1-2; Skvrme,  4; .Kellett, 4; Harrop, 3 3-4; Gray, 4.  Type, .vigor, uniformity: (10).  Fenton, 8 1-4; Handcock, 8; Skvrme  7 3-4; Kellett, 8; Harrop, 7 3-4;  Gray, 8 1-4.  Absence of Lodging: (5). -** Fenton, 3 3-4; Handcock, 4 1-4; Skyrme  4; Kellett, 3 1-2; Harrop, 4 1-4;  Gray, 1.  Freedom from weeds: (25). Fenton, 21; Handcock, 21 3-4; Skyrme,  thc people's money which Canadian ; 21   1-2;   Kellett,   20;   Harrop,   22;  banking  law   confers   upon   them. Gray, 21.  These    moneys    arc    not    moneys  .owned by the banks, but are thc  .moneys of thc Canadian people deposited, with the banks, and  such  abuse of discretionarv powers over: ('o ^f ,   ii     V   ������������������v VA   c  , , , . * ,   . .   112 1-4; Handcock, 10; S  Freedom from rust, blight and  insects: (10). Fenton, 8 1-2; Handcock, 8 3-4; Skyrme, 8 1-4; Kellett,  8 1-2; Harrop, 5; Gray, 8."  Freedom from other,, varieties &  other kinds of grain: (15). Fenton,  kyrme, 10;  foreign   countries   that   mediation the people's money as is revealed in /Kellett' 11; Harrop  ll; Gray, .2,  ._,,._._!  :__.:.._.-��������������������������� k-. iu. _���������������������������_:    the   moosc   Jaw   incident   should!     Proportion   of  well-filled' heads                  18;  talk has been instigated by the Kai  ser.     German   leaders   declare   all  these reports have been inspired by  the Entente Allies.  Grocery Specials  This week  BAKING POWDER, reer. 10c tin  NOW 3 for 25c  CORN. res. 15c: 10c straight  LAUNDRY STARCH. 10c    "  treat a cily school board is there  room to disbelieve some' of the  complaints of individual farmers  against treatment meted out to them  by the banks. It is plain to me  that our banking system needs  changing, and that the credits prob-  Fenton, 9; Handcock, 9; Skvrme,  9 1-2; Kellett,; 9; Harrop, 9 1-4;  Gray, 9. t - ���������������������������  General, field conditions: (10).  Fenton, 9; Handcock, 9; Skyrme, 9;  Kellett, 9; Harrop, 9; Gray, 8.  Mangel    Crop���������������������������1st,    J.    Moore,  104 1-2; 2nd, H. Kellett, 104; 3rd, W  Monk,   103;   4tli,  T.  Skyrme,'  101;  a .  . .  Let us quote you prices on your outfit  for the Winter's work.     We carry  a complete line of  Saws Axes  Peevies Cant Hooks  Chain Blocks  Handles  Wedges  Saw Sets  all requirements of the logging camp.  Heating Stoves  We have an exceptionally fine line at Rock-Bottom Prices  If you have Stove or Furnace troubles we can fik you up.  PLUMBING.HEATING.TINSMITHING  Low Prices on all goods and  Best Quality  H. TOMKINSON, Grindrod  lem must be dealt with effectively  to permit of successful handling of, 5th,  Rupert  Davy,   100%;' 6th,  A.  thc great question of increasing our j Hamilton, 99V.; W. D. George and  agricultural population and produc-!T. Gray, none sown.  tion." . Met'nod of plarting:  (5). Moo:e,  Tho     r>/in,lnr>t      r,f      \hn     hnnl-c     -il    ^    1-2;    Kellett,   4    1-2;    Monk,   4    1-2;  The   conduct    of    the   banks   ���������������������������<������������������ skvrn'ie> 4 i.2   DaVy,4; Hamilton, 4.  Moose Ja%y was no more reprehen-      stand   of- crop:   (8).   Moore, 8;  sible than thc forcing tax sales in  the various cities throughout the  Province this year. It seemed hard  that a great bank which then had  pm  Cash  ^Coupons^  with each  Dollar  ARMSTRONG  The Dry Goods Specialists  ���������������������������Empress  -=Shoes=���������������������������  for  Women  Can be supplied at Munro's.  The stocks are now complete.  We would advise early buying.  Prices are lower than they can  ever be again during the war. The constant advances in nearly  every line of Dry Goods makes higher prices a certainty when  stocks have to be replenished.  is  Fine Jersey Cloth Uppers, QT  Medium and Low Heels,     /JC  S  In storm and plain fronts,    *j r  Low, Medium & High Heels, /DC  Comfort Stockings  Heavy Rubbers with   Warm  Wool Stocking!  attached  for drawing over  the Shoes.   They keep the snow out and the feet cozy.  Children's Sizes, Mise������������������B Sizes, Women's Sizes,  $1.00 pr. $1.15 pr. $1.25 pr.  Women's Leggins & Gaiters  12-Uutton in Navy, Sand & Rlack  at     COc  Waterproof Spals, at 9oc  Leggins, Knee Length, al 85c  Kellett, 8; Monk, 8; Skyrme, 7 1-2;  Davy, 7 1-2; Hamilton, 7 1-2.  .   Type   of  plant:   (G).   Moore,   6;  Kellett,   G;   Monk,   G;   Skyrme,   6;  Davy, 6; Hamilton, 0.  Vigor of -hint: (10). Moore.9 1-2;  Kellett, 9 1-2; Monk, 9; Skyrme, 9;  Davy, 9; Hamilton, 9.  Freedom from damage: (10).  Moore, 9; Kellett, 9; Monk, 9;  Skyrmcr9rI)avyr9rHamiltonr8-l-2  Method and thoroughness of cultivation: (15). Moore, 14 1-2; Kellett, 14 1-2; Monk, 14 1-2; Skyrme,  14; Davy, 14; Hamilton, 14.  Purity-of variety: (8). Moore, 8;  Kcllctt,*8; Monk, 8; Skyrme, 7 1-2;  Davy, 8; Hamilton, 8.  Size and uniformity of head or  root: (10). Moore, 9 1-2; Kellett,  9 1-2; Monk, 9; Skyrme, 9; Davy, 9;  Hamilton, _9.  Quality and ~ soli ncl hess: (10).  Each contestant 9 points.  Qualitv and smoothness: (10).  Moore, 9 1-2; Kellett, 9 1-2; Monk,  9 1-2; Skyrme, 9; Davy, 9; Hamilton". 8 1-2.  Uniformity of maturity: (8).  Moore, 7 1-2; Kellett, 7 1-2; Monk,  7 1-2; Skyrme, 7 1-2; Davy, 7; Hamilton, 7.  General field conditions: (10).  Moore, 9 1-2; Kellett. 9; Monk. 9;  Skyrme, 9; Davy, 9; Hamilton, 9.  Compulsory Service  PASSES EIGHT BILLION MARK  Great Britain spent $3,715,500,000  in munitions, food and payments to  her army and navy between April 1  and November G, according to-thc  statement made in Commons by  Premier Asquith Friday. He asked  for a further vote of credit in'the  sum of $2,000,000,000. This credit,  which is the eighth introduced, exceeds any previous credit by* several hundred million dollars. With  thc amount voted in the financial  year of 1914-15, the sum piloted for  the war, including the new vote of  credit, will reach the aggregate of  $8,310,000,000. -    % ���������������������������  Mr. Asquith stated that the Government had on hand $557,000,000,  enough to last until the end of the  month when it would be obliged to  draw upon credit now asked for.  The financing of "particular  operations," cost $2,497,500,000 between April and September. Munitions for army ancl navy totalled  $2,586,500,000 and loans to Britain's  allies and thc Dominions aggregate  $491,500,000. Food took $117,-  500,000 and payments to the Bank  of England $52,000,000.  Would Be Most Acceptable  The Calgary News-Telegram is,,  authority for the statement that  there is talk of reduced freight  rates on British Columbia lumber  for the priarie provinces, and that  paper says it* could, come at no  better time./With the. money they  are- getting from their crops this  fall the farmers are disposed to buy  much lumber, provided it does not  cost them too much."  Doing Good Work on Land  . An Ottawa estimate places the  value of work done" in clearing  land by Canada's alien enemy interns at $1,500,000. This does not  include the work done on roads.  Women's Felt Boots  Wilh Elastic Side $1.50 pr  All Felt, with Kid Vamp and  Felt-lined  Kid     $1.85 pr  For Everything in Dry Goods.  A. MUNRO&CO.  ARMSTRONG. B.C.  The Manchester Guardian interprets thc new rccuiting announcement, over which there is considerable discussion in London, to mean  actual compulsion for unmarried  men. "To talk voluntary enlistment lo a man who is told that if he  does not enlist voluntarily he will  be enlisted all the same," says the  Guardian, "is to insult his intelligence as well as to command his  person. The system which the  press bureau statement appears to  contemplate h* not a voluntary system at all, so far as unmarried men  are concerned."  Trv Joe's  fresh-roasted peanuts.  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  Enderby Branch ���������������������������"*  The Executive Committee acknowledge with thanks the receipt  of the undermentioned donations:  -Re-V._Jas..A.J)ow^.-.=.,.-...,...-.=.-.$^5.00  The above donation was originally promised to machine gun fund,  but the Government having intimated that a sufficient number of  these guns had been arranged for,  Mr. Dow has kindly handed it to  ���������������������������the Patriotic Fund for home relief  purposes.  Previously acknowledged ..$289.30  Thc committee are receiving  from headquarters and distributing  to soldiers' relatives in this district  month by month, a considerable  amount of money, and arc anxious  to make as ample returnes to the  Fund as possible. They therefore  appeal to the public to keep the  Canadian Patriotic Fund in mind,  and do what they can to help. Any  contribution, however smali, will  bc thankfully received and faithfully applied.  Donations may be handed to any  of the officers of the Fund, or to  The Enderby Press.  Graham  Rosoman,  Hon.-Sec.  During 1913 in Kansas, the banner prohibition state in the Union,  eighteen million quarts of whiskey  were imported legally and consumed legally. How many million  quarts were sold in the blind pigs  during the same period will never  bc known. The people of Kansas  must be dry allright., allright.  WANT ADS  LOST���������������������������One yearling steer; red;  star brand on right ribs. R. E. T.  Forster, Enderby.  FOR RENT���������������������������Six-room brick cottage; close in; rent low. Apply,  Walker Press office.  The worn captain descended the  gangway stairs, says the Penticton  Herald man, evidently telling of one  of the storms on Okanagan lake,  and addressed the terrified passengers huddled in the saloon of the  storm-tossed vessel. "Friends,"  said he, "we have done all that  sailors can do'. We are now in the  hands of the Almighty." "Oh, Captain," pitcouslv cried a clergvman,  "don't say it's as bad as that!"  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-tf  SALE  It was my original intention to  clear out the whole of my stock  of Musical GboHs^, Fancy China  and Glassware, Wall Paper, etc.,  by the 15th of September, as  other opportunities were offering. If times were normal I  should have succeeded in doing  so, but owing to business conditions, and my having to accept  the .Christmas Goods ordered in  tbe early Spring, I am left still  with a large stock of all lines  carried by me. These goods  must be cleaned out by January  1st. My prices will surprise you,  and I ask you to call and inspect.  ' Sheet Music, from 5c up.  Accordeons, from $3.00 up.  Violins, from $3.75 up.  China Cups & Saucers, 15c up  All kind of China Goods suitable for Christmas presents at  rock bottom prices.  Toys and other Christmas  Goods yet to arrive, and will be  cleared out at low prices.  Sewing Machines that will do  good work and guaranteed to  sew as well as the best, at from  $10 up.  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor

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