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 &\w  *.���������������������������*  /  ���������������������������l>  Enderby, B. C, December 2, 1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 40; Whole No. 404*  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Mr. R. R. Gibbs returned from  Vancouver Tuesday morning.  Mr. Crane's display of Christmas  toys ,on Saturday captivated the  children���������������������������and  grown-ups.  Mrs. W. .1. Woods has been enjoying a visit from her friend, Miss  Bowes, Hulcar, the past few weeks.  Parish pf Enderby, 2nd Sunday  in Advent: Holy Communion, 8 a.m.  Mattins and Holy Communion, 11' a.  m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m.  The annual meeting of the Northern Okanagan Farmers' Institute  will be held in K. of P. Hall, Saturday afternoon, December 11th.  Mr. C. H. Hardy is managing the  Stepney Ranch in the absence of  . Mr. Plumbly .at the front, the position being held open pending Mr.  PlumBly's return.  , Thirty-six officers and .1114 ^noncommissioned officers and men of  ������������������' the. 47th Battalion, which left Vei/-  npn a few weks. ago,diavc arrived  '' at.BranishotL.EngVK      S. ���������������������������~~7Y-- ���������������������������-  ; Mrs. J.: H. Mohr/;'who has been'  '.seriously ill for the past:few^\vceks,;  was taken to the Vernon 'Hospital ,'a"  few days ago to-undergo an opera-  . tion foi[ &alJ.*;Stohe.'    -     '. y      :   ���������������������������  V The' .Committee- of -One ^Hundred,"  acting for the Prohibitionists of the  Province, will meet in .Vancouver  today-arid tomorrow to decide its  course of future action.  '  The services on Christmas Day at  St. George's Church will/be: Holy  Communion, (choral) at 8 a. m.;  Choral. Mattins' and, Holy Communion, plain, at 11 a.m.  , Mrs. E. C. Wheeler, who was seriously injured by being hit by thc  railway engine at the * Cliff street  crossing last Wednesday evening,  has quite recovered from'the shock.  Sixteen pupils attended the first  of the series of dancing lessons being given in K.-P."-Hall by Messrs.  Harkins & Dougall. No pupils will  be taken into the class after this  ^week.  -���������������������������-���������������������������   noon, Nov. 27th, was not largely  attended, but tlie interest of the  members morc'than made up for tlie  lack in numbers. The old officers  were re-elected: President, Chas. W.  Little, vice-president, W. J. Fentoii;  secretary, H. G. Davis; treasurer,  Chas. Gardner.  -      CITY COUNCIL SESSION  At a meeting of thc City Council  last Monday evening, with Acting-  Mayor Dill in the chair and Aldermen Grant, Faulkner, Hartry and  Sharpe around thc table, the application of the hospital board for a  grant of $45  per month was  not  .. Mr. Howard Mann has completed  alIowed> owing to fmanclai COndi-  arrangements to put into excellent tions> and the clerk WflS instructed  shape and run this winter a skating t0 have Messr^ BillingS & Cochrane  ,rink on the tennis court ground.  Mr., Mann never does things' haphazard, and the fact that he has decided to. run a rink means that the  skaters of Enderby will have the  best out-of-door "sport that is going  this winter���������������������������provided the weather  clerk plays ihe'game on the square..  proposed quarterly collection of  taxes. The Clerk was instructed to  take thc matter up further wijh the  city's solicitors.  MONASTIR EVACUATED  COMMANDEERING  WIIEAT  Ottawa, Nov. 29.���������������������������On thc receipt  of a large order for Canadian wheat  from' the British Government for  thc use of. the troops, thc govern-  London, Nov. 30.���������������������������Monastir, .in  Southern Serbia, has been evacuated  by Serbian troops and the civil population, and is now in the hands of  the ' Bulgarians. ���������������������������  Though the Austro-Gcrman and  Bulgarian campaign against Serbia  is described by-.the Central Powers  as finished, and though practically  draft a bylaw to be submitted to the,  WON'T PAY HIGH SCHOOL FEE  ment here suddenly took action, on (he whole of Serbia is in their pos-'  ; Saturday and commandeered all the J session they have not accomplished,  people at the approaching mun- j wheat of the grades Nos. 1, 2 and 3 ' according to the.general belief here,  icipal election providing for such a] Northern at present in store in-the the crushing of the Serbians, the  grant- for the, purpose named. The | terminal elevators at the head,of the j important object aimed at. ���������������������������It is ad-  fceling-df "the aldermen present was lakes .and eastward, bill not that mitted, however, that the effective  that the ratepayers* should have an stored in lhe elevators in any of the;i resistance of the Serbian army, is  opportunity L of   expressing   them-jwestern   provinces.     The   amount practically broken.       ...     >>  selves on the question of a grant 'of  this nature. "V  .,  A communication from Mr.-.G. R.  A week or two ago parents of the  children .attending thc high school  received notice from the board of  school trustees to_Ux5v^acLthat*lho  boardhad decided to.impose a fee  of $2 per month on.all children at-  tendjng-i 'This notice has been' the  cause^oif * I considerable." discussion  and fp^enUnent 'on!the" part/of^they  parents,-for, as manyof them" claim;  "Uic&if e'cl*itSis'- not^only - unbusiness-  like but-illegal to 'attempt to-impose  such a fee'at this time���������������������������long after  commandeered is estimated af sixteen million bushels.  The action of the British Govcrn-  Lawes claiming a refund of taxes, ment in placing so large an order  was referred to the finance .com- \ for Canadian wheat is said to be  inittee in order to learn more defm-' due"to a--realization that Canadian  ,Italians Before. Gorizia  ilely what his claim .consisted of wheat arid flour, have the, best keep-  anil*; on what grouridsV ' ., y- [ing qualities"when^clesigiied for the  ���������������������������* By-law^No. 88���������������������������to.r'e'gulate;theI use] use of.troops, especially'in the Med-'  of the .cemetery-o'f3r the-city was iterrariean ^ area of .".the, wari arid  given its -first- reading.v C " "\ . ' *| that by;ncgotiating a~sup ply; direct;  ;An - application; -was - received ^thcpfqlitsiof middlemeiVandspecuT  from Mr. Hamilton Larig, Provincial\latorsycould;bc.'cutoutV-v" - V< *  road - superintendent*" asking /the.'. ������������������������������������������������������> What the real effect ohthejiiarkct  'c6uhcii;tb',Vass,1i?resbTution-f6rmal-Jand"'the^lake-carr.yirig trade ^yilLrbe  ly sanctioning jhe arrangement- cri-1 is notso muclrf rom the amount oxtered intorsome" weeks* ago.between preprinted ras-:from- the' precedent  the school has been opened, and!the Indian Department, ihe Public set, and the prospect of similar or-  without first haying given, notice at Works-lDepartrrienrand the city in;ders   for   wheat, purchases-under  which, for a right of'.way for a road- government auspices'.":. The' gove^n7  through Indian'Phillip's .place, on ment  points out  that  it  does  not  London,  Nov.  30.���������������������������Telegraphing  from.. Zurich,  the; Exchange  Tele-*  graph    Company's-   correspondent";  says: "A'semiofficial dispatch published here says the suburbs of Gor-'  izia'.are in  llames,. and.that   the"  ~j-.<a  *��������������������������������������������� / ���������������������������> ���������������������������t,^r������������������f l  Who would bother with stovepipe cleaning and- chimney sweeping when otic of those Imp soot destroyers sold by Fulton Hardware  Company will do the trick in a few  .seconds?  Thc annual bazaar held in K. P.  Hall Tuesday afternoon, and" the  social dance given in the evening by  the ladies of the W.A. of St.George's  Church, proved very successful, in  point of attendance as well as receipts.  We will print up your personal  greeting cards Friday and Saturday.  Be sure and get your order in early,  so as to avoid disappointment and  delay. We cannot print these cards  on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday  ���������������������������Thursday, maybe.  Rev. C. Reed has been offered,  and wc understand has accepted, a  commission as chaplain in the  Battalion being raised by Lieut.-Col.'  Hennikcr. He will probably sever  his connection with St. George's  church the first of January.  Have you seen the first two episodes of "The Master Key"'drama  now running Friday and Saturday  evenings at the Opera House? This  picture play is filled with dramatic  climaxes, and is of^intense interest  to young and old. It is accompanied by other reels of comedy  and melodrama, all carrying a heart  touch that is true to life.  The annual meeting of the Enderby District Conservative Association  the commencement .of, the term'. A  meeting of many of the parents .was  held at A. McPherson's furniture  store last "Saturday evening, and  Mr. Teece, chairman of the board,  appeared at the request of the/parents to explain the attitude of the  school trustees. He told the meet-  ing that at thc .commencement of  the year, the board had been urged  lo keep down-the operating expenses of the school, and at that time  he and his colleagues decided that*  the fee of $2 per month should be  charged, .though no official notice  to _this_effect had. been_giyen..._The  staff.ythatii the;-Austrians 'have'*suc- ,;  'ceeded-in.'soine places in breaking-<  'intoI'ttie*:.Italian advance positions,--"  but it is declared they have been-"  \ . 4  hurledback; aflcr sanguinary hand- .,  board, he said, was'-strictly within  its rights, under the school law, to  levy and collect this fee, and he believed it was thc proper thing to do.  He thought that all parents not disposed to pay the fee should notify  the school board before thc Xmas  holidays so that the'board would  know' what to do when school reopens in January, and he gave the  impression that the high school  would probably be closed if tliere  were not enough children who were  prepared to pay the monthly fee.  The parents feel thai this charge  of $2 per monlh is uncalled for. All,  or most of the parents whose children attend the high school,, are  ratepayers, and pay the regular tax  levied for school purposes and they  do not feel disposed to pay this additional fee. The Cily Council has  never refused to provide the necessary funds to keep thc high school  running, jhey argue, and they sec no  reason wliy they should have to  pay this special high school fee.  And most, of them' arc refusing to  do so. What the outcome will bc  remains to "be seen. It would be a  deplorable thing if he high school  should be closed, when there does  not appear to bc any good reason  for it. The ratepayers have paid up  better this year than last, and the  city is not pinched for necessary  finances, and, this being thc case,  it docs not seem reasonable for the  school board to impose thc special  Mabel Lake-road,' thc city agreed to  supply a half-inch water service to  a standpipe near the.-Avater' main,  to be erected by the Department of  .������������������������������������������������������-".  ' ,, i,,"    ���������������������������*--vto-hand fighting  change in.any way the world's siip^l ������������������       ������������������  ply or demand, and if there is any  increase in the market price iii* con-  sequence, for the amounts al pre  '/*'-!^"W?������������������S|  V iiVc"  "".-'.--������������������������������������������������������=-.���������������������������sl  .  . ,..rs|  Works, for a period of five years, | sent in the farmers' hands, the  the supply-to be for domestic pur-j latter will benefit. It is estimated  poses only.    The resolution asked  that there arc still 175,000,000 bush-  Bulgariaris Reinforced  for was passed.  A petition signed by thc Enderby  Hardware Company and others was  els;in the hands of thc farmers.  .  The price which will bc fixed by  thc government for. the wheat thus  received, asking the council to make [expropriated, and which is owned,  the Thursday afternoon holiday ef- j jn the main," by the terminal'defective throughout the year instead j vator companies, thc grain com-  of from May to October, as it now panies and thc millers, will, it. is  rWdsry"THe=Crerk"was":instrucfed"to  prepare an amending by-law accordingly.  Thc Clerk drew attention to the  sand proposition, of which nothing  has been heard for some months,  and suggested lhat as the end of the  year was at hand, it would be well  to make some disposition of lhe  matter.. It was decided that as.thc  aldermen did not consider there  was more than $25 worth of sand at  the sandpilc, the sum of $375 bc  written off thc sand account.  The Clerk laid before the council  a list of persons and firms liable to  payment of trade licenses, from  which il appeared that some persons \Verc trading without a license  and the matter was placed in the  hands of Constable Bailey with instructions to collect, or take legal  proceedings.  A letter was received from Ccp-  crly, Rounsfcll & Co.," drawing, intention to the Dominion War Loan  fund and suggesting that part of the  city's sinking funds might be prof  filably invested in same. Clerk  Rosoman was instructed to ascertain if Messrs. ,'Bui;gess. & Co., the  city's fiscal agents, were interested  in this issue, as it was thought if the  city did any business in this connection it should be done through  them.  Thc finance conimitec submitted  correspondence between themselves  and Messrs. Billings & Cochrane  from which il appeared that many  "sfifi"ellrbeT lie Til 1 i n^Trfa"rk"St^pTi=cc~a t"  thc time-of expropriation, plus fair  compensation for legitimate profits  which lhc owners might have realized from handling under normal  conditions.  The action of the government is  certain to have a beneficial cITccl  upon the wheat market. It will put  a stop lo lhe manipulations of speculators who have been-hamnlcring  down the market' price offered to  Canadian farmers forced to sell in  order to get ready cash.  Athens, Nov. 30.���������������������������Reinforced by  fresh troops, the Bulgarians' have  started a new offensive and have  driven back the French from the  River Cerna. Under protection of  heavy artillery lire, the,Bulgarians  crossed the Cerna after lhc French  had evacuated the south bank.    . -  Thc Germans arc reported to have  captured Prjsrcnd, in Western  Serbia near the Albanian border.  Offensive Against Montenegro  PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL  Ashtcn Creek School  Days school was in session, 22;  number pupils enrolled, 13;  daily  attendance", 10.5.  Preliminary year, Ruth Baxter;  partial course, Jean Lindsay. ���������������������������..���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������  Senior third���������������������������Betty Baxter, Yaroslav Rabboch.  Junior ' third���������������������������'Clifford :.��������������������������� Boyd,  VIosta Stainer, Yurojslav Staincr, Joe  Olich.  First Reader���������������������������Dorothea Baxter;  Arthur Boyd, Yaroslav Slambcrg.  Second Primer���������������������������Joe Miskaj Paul  Slainer.  Perfect in attendance���������������������������Ruth Baxter, Belly Baxter, Dorothea Baxter,  Joe Miska, Joe Olich, VIosta Staincr,  Paul Stainer.  Perfect in punctuality ��������������������������� Betty  Baxter, Dorothea Baxter.  Lily M. Tkiuiunk, Teacher  London,*. Nov. 28.���������������������������-A telegram  published in Amsterdam states thai  ,now lhat thc,war against Serbia is  ended action against Montenegro  is being taken in hand with vigor.  Thc article continues with the  .statement thai the Austro-Gcrman  troops/are advancing "at several  points on the Montenegrin frontier,  and declares that before long the  Montenegrins will be forced back  into their.own .territory; where, deprived of supplies and munitions,  they will finish their role in the  war. :. ,     /   '  On Saturday afternoon, Dec. 11,  ii sale of homc-niadc cooking, fancy  goods suitable for Christmas gifts,  aprons, etc., will be held in the  basement of the Presbyterian  Church. Afternoon tea will also be  served. nl8-td  [f. you do not feel disposed to go  to the expense and trouble of Xmas-  cake baking, step into Joe's and talk  il over wilh him.  held in K. P. Hall, Saturday after-.fee, or to insist upon collecting it. difficulties stood in the way of the  Don't forget the whist drive and  dance at K. P. Hall tomorrow (Friday) night al 8 o'clock. Tickets  35 cents.  Wc have a large slock of case  eSfe's���������������������������just the thing for Christmas  cooking.   Teece & Son.  Water was turned on at the curling  rink this week  preparatory to making  When you want something in thc  line of buns and cakes, Joe has it. I ice������������������ and the Same soon will be on THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, Decembers, 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:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, '25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. $1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, "1915  OUTLOOK GROWING BRIGHTER  When Manager Stevens has anything in lhc line  oi" good news for thc people of.Enderby and district hc as free lo give il oul. He tells us that thc  lumber outlook never looked brighter, and he  anticipates a very busy season next year.. On a  recent tripl to tbe coast cities, lie was .surprised  :to sec lhe optimism which prevailed,:particularly  in tbe lumber industry. The demand promises to  bc far in excess'of present sawing ���������������������������"facilities of B.  G. mills, and already prices are stiffening and arc  quoted subject to change over night;  Mr. Stevens is authority for the statement that  he has contracted for twelve million feci of logs  for next season's cut, and he intends lo push the  Enderby mill to its lull capacity Svith thc opening  of spring. This means much to Enderby. It is  apparent already that there will be employment  for every available man this winter in the logging camps and in clearing land. This docs nol  ���������������������������mean llilit we shall see a normal winter in the  camps, nor that as many men will bc employed,  but the number of idle menjuis been greatly reduced the pasl. year, and the number available  for work is much lower lhan in ordinary seasons.  Therefore, there should bc no idle men in the  'dislricl this winter. There will bc employment  for all.  If you can'l help, stand aside and give some  oilier man a chance.  BUSINESS. IS BOOMING  The National Cash Register people, of Dayton,  Ohio, are great boosters. They believe in the use  of printers ink lo lhe limit of half a million a  yeur--nnd Ihen seine. Recently their Toronto  ollice issued a circular which fuirly~1mbbIcTt>~\rcr  wilh optimism. "Merchanls everywhere," it  says, "tell our 800 salesmen that business is booming. Farmers have had a record crop, at big  prices, wilh big demand al home and abroad.  Slocks of manul'aclured material are short, and  labor i.s in greal demand. Exports largely exceed  imports. Factories are busy, a greal many working over lime. More freight ears are needed, and  .steamers are taxed lo capacity. Canada has, in  proportion to population, greater exportable surplus of wheal lhis year than any other country in  the world. Millions of dollars are passing over  the merchanls' counters."  Most men contract liver complaint from reading the symptoms on the bottle.  BRITISH COLUMBIA'S BLOOD OFFERING  In llie November number of thc Sunset Magazine, published al San Francisco, Arno Dosch has  a splendid article entitled, "The Blood-Oll'cring of  British Columbia," dealing with lhe altitude of  this Province toward the Motherland in the great  war, and the heroic work performed by British  Columbia volunteers al the front. "British Columbia i.s," he says, more interested in Ibis war  than England, if the spirit of ils citizens mean  anything. They are given over to lhe war. They  think oi' nothing else.    *    '    *    This is not sur  prising when you consider that Western Canada  has enlisted fifty thousand men. Of these over  twenty-one thousand were from British Columbia. Consider the drain on a new country where  every man counts. It is another matter in England wherc a man who loses a job may spend the  rest of his life trying to get another. England itself, with the angry cannon pounding at the lines  of thc Allies only three hour's away and the Zeppelins bringing the war right inlo London, can  show no such record as this." The writer deals at  length'with the way the Canadian troops were received by lhc Londoners, but shows how thc boys  from the West rose above thc snubbing which  was accorded Ihem and thus proved thc metal in  them. But il hurt, nevertheless. "A young Canadian of my acquaintance," says hc, "from New  Westminster said to mc one day, 'I used to think  I was an Englishman. I have always considered  myself a subject of thc King and the equal of any  man in lhc Empire. But 1 find over here that I  am considered something less.' Another man  whom 1 had known in Vancouver said to me one  day as wc worked our way among the civilians  on thc Strand, 'If I had known there were all these  men on thc streets of London, I should never have  given up my good job in Vancouver to come over  here to be snubbed.' "     .  "If this information, comes now for the first  time to most people in British Columbia they can  take pride in thc fact that thc soldiers they sent  were loo loyal to let it be known at home how  they felt about it. * * * But . . '.. there is no  longer any doubt in England about the quality of  the Canadian troops. There should never have  been any in thc first place, it was diic only to thc  gradual separation between the Mother Country  and the colony, but lhat is past now and there is  a belter understanding between England and Canada now than there ever was before."  Buy your seed early. If you arc a member of  the Farmers' Institute you wall find it to your interest to order through thc secretary.  DISCUSSING CANADIAN BANK SYSTEM  Here a rid There throughout Canada, newspapers  arc awakening to lhc importance of discussing the  Canadian bank policy. This is one of thc signs  of the times. It shows that- thc people are becoming alive to thc question of bank reform. In  a recent issue the Revelstoke Review put it this  way: ...   ��������������������������� ' .  "Had.the kaiser been allowed to construct a financial  system for Canada, could hc have "devised an engine  more "elf ective in destroying the'efficiency "of the Canadian people?. England, by special issues of small  notes amounting to ������������������300,000,000,'has so developed thc  'efficiency of ber people that every, available, man and  woman has employment .at the .highest wages in her  history, has drawn thousands of skilled'laborers from  our army of unemployed, and is now taking hundreds  of coal miners from Nanaimo, Fernie and Alberta  coal districts lo work in English, collerics. Russia mis  imported hundreds of Canadians to work on railroad  construction. England has thc lowest percentage of  pauperism since 1817, while Canada, which has no excuse for any pauperism at all, has reduced so much of  the population to that condition that the charitable organizations can'l sec how they can bc carried through  the winter. It is painful and humiliating to think of,  write of, or publish Ihesc shameful facts, but it is a  condition and nol a theory, and,should be utilized to  ell'cct reforms that will prevent its recurrence forever."  Careful, co-operative buying of" thc necessary  mill feeds is profitable, and.will lead to healthy  co-operation in all live stock operations in" any  neifdihnrhnorl.*. __       _;   GET THE RIGHT HABIT  Mr. Bernard K. Sandwell, in thc Financial  Times, discussion lhe question*of the need of thc  strictest economy in Canada, says in part: "This  is not to say that Canadians should not spend  money. They should���������������������������whenever thc spending of  H is likely to save more money in other waysL It  is quite legitimate tobuyan automobile���������������������������if tlie  purchase is going lo reduce one's doctor bill or enable one lo live in a place wherc the rent is lower.  It is quite legitimate to go away for a holiday���������������������������if  one's health Or lhal of one's lainily is going to bc  impaired by not doing so. It is most legitimate to  read good books and intelligent periodicals���������������������������for  without them one becomes a fool, and folly is the  most expensive thing in life. But lo buy an automobile merely because Jones has one, or take a  long trip because Mrs. Smith went last year, or  read a score of magazines a monlh because they  only cost fifteen cents each and you have "got thc  habit"���������������������������these things arc alwaysbad, and in the  present situation are liable to be the ruin of Canada. And when you do buy, buy something that  was. made in Canada���������������������������unless you are quite satisfied lhal the Canadian maker is not turning out a  good aritcle, in which case il is patriotism to help  put him out of business."*  Here is something lo remember when it comes  to lhe matter of what lo eat: There is said to be  more actual food value in one pound of raisins  than in three dozen eggs, three pounds of lean  beef, two and a half quarts of milk, or one pound  of sirloin steak. Raisins arc concentrated nutriment.   Please pass llie raisin bread.  Don't winler scrub callle; finish Ihem off now  and lose as lillle money as possible.  Come and buy your winter supply before prices advance. We have  the right feeds at the right prices.  Old Poison Mercantile  Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2x4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,   -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,    -  $10.00 per M  -     $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  SAVE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NOW.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. 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In the first place, if his Butter *  wrappers are neatly printed with his name and  =th"e"*"*lJf"^  keepers can readily sell the butter, at 5c a pound  more than hc 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 the duty of every butter maker to comply with thc law in this matter. Some butter'  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little '  butterthat it does not~appear~ to-them that theyV  can afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  butter wraps on hand. . To accommodate this  class of buller makers, The Press has printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They are  printed with thc words "Fresh Dairy Butler" 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 thc rate of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If yoii do riot 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  Renew for The   Press, $2 per year Ir  ,/>V '.'-���������������������������  0  Thursday,' December 2,1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  For jFrifitii and jfo*  (The writer of this excellent poem, Mrs. M. Alice  Peacock, of Grindrod, has a son in thc trenches "some  where in France," having left with one of the early  contingents from Canada. It cannot be said, therefore,  that she has no vital interest on the side of thc Allies.  But she writes in the spirit of the true Briton, and lief  words arc the more refreshing in these days of narrow hate and bitterness bred of thc strife. It is humiliating that there is not more of this spirit of broadness  and depth of humanity in lhe .hearts of our own people; humiliating, because hatefulness breeds contempt,  not in the hated but in tlie hater, and we become engulfed in the whirlpool of bitterness which sours the  heart and shrivels the soul.���������������������������Ed.)  Two boys were born the self-same day,  Two Mothers' hearts were light and gay;  . Each clasped her treasure to her breast  And deemed herself supremely blest.  In different lands these Mothers dwelt,  ,      The same deep joy.by each was felt���������������������������  Though one loved .Germany thc most,  And one did of Old England'boast.'  ���������������������������  Each son grew up his home to cheer,  To. father and sisters' dear;   **       '*.  ��������������������������� -    /  ��������������������������� His mother's pride; her hope and joy���������������������������  Each thanked her God for,her dear boy���������������������������;. .  Though one was English, German one,  ���������������������������      Each thought she had the dearest son;  Each "was of home the joy and-light,  -   To each the future seemed so bright.  But twenty years and more have sped:  Dark clouds now gather overhead:^  The trumpet and the bugle sound, |1  Sons of your country, gather round:  The call to arms is loud and clear:  No time "is thisVfor'doubt and fear!' V '--'->"   <  Arm! arm! your country needs you now,'  Ye who would not to tyrants bow.       -   **""  ^The sons but. now-to manhood grown,  -  - *  -'Each for the land he calls his own,  Each for the cause he deems the right,  Must"arm and speed him to the fight.  Each son has-joined a -warrior band,  , ,   ,.Each one defends his native.land;   =,  Each mother bids her son depart;    '  Binds on his sword with breaking heart.    '  With tears she arms him forthe fray,  Then, as he passes," turns.to pray,  -7     For, 0 for such a bitter grief,       ,"���������������������������*������������������"-1'"     _ V  There's-only'One can give relief.."?   -���������������������������. :-* V  -O'Mother in that distant;land,   '���������������������������  ;   Why stand our sons with sword^ in-hand?;,  W;Was'it for this we reared pur boys?-   .'.'"' VV  W That they should rend from, us all;joys? -V . \  under the Munitions Board are now nearing completion. Some of these are of a far-reaching character,  particularly in the aerial warfare chapter.  "News from the Flanders front shows our men' arc  .steadily settling down in winter quarters. All thc  forces are now well equipped with rubber bools and  warm clothing, and housing'conditions are infinitely  better than lasf winter, men'behind the front'line  having warm and comfortable huts. Thc Flanders  mud is as bad as ever, but elaborate drainage flooring  in the trenches is enabling us better to meet it. Many  soldiers believe the rival armies on the western front  will" virtually adopt the ancient military plan of settling down to winter quarters, maintaining a steady  front, leaving active fighting until springtime. This  now is very doubtful, owing lo German preparations.  Particularly large purchases of while material for disguising soldiers' uniforms in snow indicate lhal attempts will be made to push the campaign* upon the'  Russian front, if not on the west."  ?T!y  _____  WHITHER ARE WE DRIFTING?  H "WHAT THE H  __*a_rj*ii:r.  CAN DO WITH  CONCRETE  rw  BUB  ,r  ,������������������-- lJfi-*  - --���������������������������_ -V.-VShould ���������������������������mine'slay-.thine^ori thine slay mine,  .?...  -"- . -What bitter grief were mine.and thine! .V,  |i.  "-.*.. .       O'God of'Hcaven; now-heal* our- prayer,- -7  ���������������������������*,.'   ,_���������������������������',..   Make friend and foefalike thyrcare. * _    * -  ~o 0 German .Mother"~kiieeliand pray,    ,    ,  '      * VVv.Inithislour mutual-sorrow'sday.:V~~':*;V~V  ��������������������������� '   " ��������������������������� ^.,,Pray< for-your.boy.buticurse.not mine,v*'������������������,������������������v,  -:     * Since bottr'are dear to One Divined "V" S  " V * < "      " .     " .    ,   - .- ���������������������������    .;, -  ',  ���������������������������'-'. ' And, while with tears I-plead for mine, -. ^  *v" V Can I desire God's wrath on thine?   l    ..**_  . .-~:. _ They both were noble, both were.true; .   "  *." Each truly strove the right to do.   .  ~'7   ' I had such glorious hopes for mine,  . V And 0 what ^visions bright-were-thine:  '"-."' We thought-on later years should shine' }  -.  Their love, to brighten our decline. *- ~~*. -  But now, through wrong and hate and strife  They each must seek the other's life; o  Not their's the wrong, but their's to-die,   ,  Then what remains for you or I?  Our hopes are crushed, our joys arc flown,  *   ";       And we must reap, who havenot sown.  0 God, dispel our bitter woe, *~V . \ V  -   "���������������������������" Have mercy,. Lord, on friend and foe.  0 Son of Mary, through whose heart'  - Was sharply thrust the piercing dart,.  Have mercy on each mother, Lord, ;  L       And turn away the awful sword.   -*���������������������������  ^ __... -And=should-our-.sons_in_ahguishjic,  Thou who hast suffered still be nigh;  For friend and foe, Lord, hear our prayer,  And make them both alike Tliy care.,  0 Christian mothers, kneel and p������������������*ay  That God may turn His wrath away;  That war may end, lhat strife may cease,  And all thc world know smiling peac"e.  Pray not alone for self or friend,  Strive not to gain some selfish end:  Pray God to end thc world's deep woe���������������������������  Have mercy, Lord, on friend and foe.  GREAT BRITAIN ECONOMIZING  One of thc most trustworthy correspondents  sending news from London to Canadian newspapers is Mr. F. A. Mackenzie. His summary, of  thc war and general conditions in England, which  appears regularly in the Vancouver Province,  generally is fair and dependable, though he is not  permitted to see any farther into the secrets of the  War Office than anyone else. But so far as he can  get at the news, he gives it without any effort to  misrepresent or to indulge in rhetorical soft-soap  for colonial consumption.   Under date of Nov.  27th he says: V f  "Progress, of the war here during the past week,  while unspectacular, has been of the utmost importance. More careful organzation of our national resources in every department continues apace. Great  efforts are being made to promote economy by^ the administration. As an example, numbers of men who  were employed in special branches of the military  service at the beginning of the war for limited periods  are now offered their discharge or renewal at more  moderate rates; the London motormen engaged from  last year at six shillings a clay are now offered, when  their term ends,/ a renewal at thrpe shillings. All  Government factories are being scrutinized and unskilled laborers of military age are being discharged,  women's labor being more and more employed. Th*  improvements in the machinery of war worked out  It always has been recognized by thc world at  large that thc British people never are afraid to  face facts, and always "are'prepared to give an  enemy ^credit for what he is able to accomplish.  Has. this trait of the British character become  atrophied? Is it a thing of. the past? It would  appear so" But appearances, wc believe, are deceiving. - If the true British spirit were permitted  expression we believe it would still have lhe deep;  true ring of old. But instead of cur getting the  straight stuff which John Bull used to give from  the shoulder, wc have to be content with such  rhetorical hotchpotch as the censorship will let  pass. And all because, as one British writer puis  it, we have several cabinet ministers who suddenly  became gifted .with a supernatural sense wherfthe  war. broke out, and, prompted by this mystic  power, "they came to the conclusion that the.peo-  plc of Great Britain are mucl. too depressed to  stand the news of a defeat, and much too boisterous to stand tlie full story of, a -victory. * Thev nation itself did riot know this"before the war,-and  a good slice of it remains unconscious of it even  now. But there it is. We evident!) don't-know  ourselves as well as our cabinet, ministers know  us." It. is this spirit .of .suppression which  the London Times refers to when.it says:  .'"For"fifteen months the name of.tGreat.Britain^and.  the cause of the Allies .have, suffered.from the.faulty-  and^inadequate pre^entaUon,of;'British...newl5'-tq'*rthe  pressqf the "world. Great Britaih;d6es' not stand where  ^hVdidi_n.the-Jeyes\bf;iieutr'al pepples. " 7.7jS'-YS"^%.  cfiie'f effecfw6f ;the. activities'ofy the censorship, has .been:  tolhiaintain ignorance.-- In'some Vases iChasleyen-cori*^  trived. lb" convey "misleadingJimpressionsr VNot ^qnly 7  has it prevented "the" transmission of. news '.thaty would  inevitably-reach neutral countries'in course,of time,  but it has'suppressed or 'doctored' ministers' speeches  "and commanders' reports, and it has, above afiVmade  no effort to disseminate promptly reliable intelligence  of the doings of pur-armies,-".the great -work of,,th������������������  British fleet, and "theefforts of our workmen and manufacturers."      j   "--"- *"  .. 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Sir John Simon, apologist for thc censor, told  the House of Commons: "I understand that the  gentleman who cut out thc three words 'and lhe  kings' felt it would hc wrong to say, as no kings  were present, that any of them departed." Which  moved Mr. Outhwait, M., P., to enquire: "Is the  country slill paying for the services of this idiot?"  COSNT OF AMMUNITION  The assertion of the war Correspondents on tlie  west front that 50,000,000 shots were fired by the  French artillery in three days preceding thc grca t  September offensive, is-demolished in an article  by Richard Gaedke, considered one of the sanest  military critics. Accepting General Jolfre's  figures on the number of guns available as true,  this writer points out that, to reach 50,000,000  shots each gun would have had to fire some 17,000  charges in the three days. Even new guns, direct  from the shops, could not hold out, even if it were  physically possible to serve them so fast, which it  is not. At most, Gaedke says, the field guns could  not have fired more than 1,000. shots a day, and  the heavy guns much less. Even thc smaller total,  however, is imposing enough. _It means an expenditure in ammunition of $25,000,000 to $60,-  000,000. '  Cold feet!   The tiling we fear we bring to pass.  Freish Meats  If you want prime, fr_6h meats,jwe  have them., Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers, fron  the richest feeding grounds in Alber  ta, and are killed and brought to the  meat_block^stric_tly. FRESH.  p?  SOCIETIES-  Y ������������������j*Y I  We' buy first-hand for spot cash, i  can give yon the best price* poaiibl*  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables;  ENDERB_Y, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Touristsjn-  ,vited to give us a trial.  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Heavy Shoes, Beleiari 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.  MACHINE GUN FUND EXPLAINED  Explaining the Dominion Government's attitude with regard to  the funds subscribed for the purchase of additional machine guns,  Senator James A. Lougheed, who  was acting as minister of militia  when the movement was started,  slated lo the Vancouver Province at  Hotel Vancouver a few days ago,  that, while ihe federal authorities,  in the meantime, were applying the  money already sent in towards paying the cost of rapid-firers, there  was a probability, of the entire  amounts being diverted to the Canadian Patriotic Association and  other charitabic,, organizations in  the form, of grants., No. more subscriptions were being accepted by  the government,' he added^ and in  many cases the cheques for the purchase of guns have been returned.  Replying to the criticism expressed regarding the action of thc  Government in accepting subscriptions when already orders had been  placed for the entire supply of guns  available, Senator Lougheed gave  an emphatic denial lo the reports  that he was responsible for the  start of the movement to furnish  funds to supplement Ihe quotas of  quick-firers supplied by the army  authorities. "1 never issued any appeal to the public for funds," he declared. "The movement originated  wilh certain enterprising newspapermen who interviewed Canadian ollicers who had returned  from thc front and quoted them as  emphasizing the necessity for our  troops, being supplied with more  machine guns in order to successfully cope with the German regiments, which had a preponderance  of Ihem. Thc articles were widely  circulated and out of this there subsequently arose a feeling in favor of  helping the Government buy guns."  W. J. Woods  Roumania Says She )Vill Be Neuhral  Budapest, Nov. 30.���������������������������Press despatches from Bucharest say that  the Roumanian government lias forbidden use of the Danube to the  Russian government, and in an  energetic note has made thc demand -that Russia respect her neutrality. Thc note states that Roumania will defend her neutrality  if necessary.  Russians Make Gains  Grindrod  Grocery   Special  A Vaccum Washer  given away with every $10  worth of  Goods purchased;  flour purchases not included.    Ivancing  lo  the   German    trenches  H. TOMKINSON,  Grindrod I south of this point.  Petrograd, Nov. 30.���������������������������On the norlh  Poland front after crushing German  attacks the Russians have succeeded  in making local gains in the neighborhood of llloukst, occupying an  eastern suburb of I he'town and ad-  SIGNS OF RETURNING SANITY  London, Nov. 2!).���������������������������Belief that thc  time has arrived  for the Allies to  begin  to define clear and definite  terms of peace is expressed by the  Morning Post in an editorial, on the  ground  that  there  then would bc  ! less chance in losing in negotiations  I whal has been gained  on  the sea  and on the field.   Thc Post contends  I lhal without "selling the skin be-  I fore killing lhc hear," it may bc as-  i sumed victory for the Allies is as-'  ; assured if only because, without uii-  : clue   strain,   Great    Britain    could  i maintain a naval blockade hide hn-  ilelv  and   history   has  shown   thai  j such pressure alone would, in thc  ���������������������������end, secure victory.  A dispatch lo the Pall Mall  Ga-  'zelte from Berne says, "there is cle-  I dared to be undoubted foundation  ! for the report lhal Emperor Will-  liam  will  make  an  open   oiler  ol  peace' through   President   Wilson  after the emperor's coining state entry   into   Constantinople."     Peace  talk," the dispatch says, is being suddenly revived in the German press  in the most significant manner, and  ! various newspapers are now talking  I of peace and the desirability of per-  i milting it to bc discussed.  1    The     Arossiche     Zeitung     says:  ;"Everv serious plan for early peace  will find us ready and eager to give  jit our-instant consideration.    Ger-  j nuinv i.s prepared at a moment's notice   to  accept   peace  which   shall  ! correspond lo some, extent, at least,  iwith thc enormous sacrifices which  jlhe war has imposed on it, which,  | at the same time, shall be commen-  Isurate in a certain degree with ihe  j results obtained.    It is impossible,  j however, to entertain ideas of peace  unless our enemies  do  their part  and  arc also ready  for sarcifiees.  Let  us  assure them  in  a  friendly  manner that it is high time for them  to abandon their threats of thc destruction   of    thc    German   nation,  j threats which arc nothing but vcr-  1 binge.".  The Folkszeituna sounds a remarkable warning. This* pancr says,  "It goes without saying, of course,  that all nations have an ardent desire for peace, the German nation  included. If Germany had 1o deal  onlv. with France and England it  would not be impossible to arrive  at means of mutual concessions and  compensations and to conclude  peace without fear of future complications. However, we still have  to reckon with Russia, who. notwithstanding: tremendous losses  which it has suffered, is recovering  wilh stupefving rapidity. All the  same it is- to -Gcrmanv's advantage  of a fs'voraMc situation to start  pourparlers for. an early peace. If  it allows the present opportunity to  pass it will bc too late."  Earl Kitchener Back in London  London, Nov. 30.���������������������������Earl Kitchener  secretary of war, returned to London this afternoon. He will meet  his colleagues in thc war council of  thc cabinet on Thursday. At that  lime he will convey to them thc results of his observations on the various battle fronts and his conferences a.t the capitals of the countries he has visited.  Field Marshall Sir John French,  commander of the British forces  on the western front, was in London yesterday and conferred with  Premier Asquith. '  BRITISH "DECADENCE"  2 4   DAYS   TO   CHR I ST  To avoid disappointment, buying sh.ulri lie clone earlier this year than ever  before, on account of the  great scarcity, of many holiday lines. # 1 ractica  (rifts, sensible goods suited to the needs of one's friends will be in demand  this Christinas.    Yui will find a good selection at MUNKO^S.   Leather Bags  Handkerchiefs  Easy to send to a distance,  and always useful  WOMEN'S  , Kmbr'd H'kerchiefs, from 10c  ' Hand Kmhioiderwl. 2ic & ������������������0c  I A i*m en inn I.iiccuiIkc.    16c up  : l.inc-ii. Initialed '<*'><:  i Mfrccr. Ii.itiah'd 10c  Photo   Frames  CHILDREN'S  Fancy Dutch I'nxe.s,  il  Handkerchief*. ������������������t   15c  Calendar Boxen, with  3 Handkerchiefs. 20c  Allies   FlaKS  border,       Gc  New cli'siirns with patent  safety device, vanity iiUinirs  at     $1.25. $1.85 to $2.95  Mesh Bags  Silver Mesh  Ilatrs and Headed  BstHTS at from ...' 60c  ^ThlTf o 1 lmvi h'jrf I'dirr t he=-Sn I u r d a y *  Evening Post, hits it off aboul right:  "Nervousness among*, those who  sympathize with the Allies over any  cabinet shindy in England would  probably be quite without warrant.  Thai's the way John Bull usually  does it. .In. the life-and-dcath struggle with -Napoleon he turned out  ���������������������������iialf-a-dpzeii-ciibi nets. Vile had.no  sooner got lhe Crimean War neatly  upon his astonished hands than he  indulged in a parliamentary spasm  and fired the ministry. When foreign relations are as bad as they can  be and brickbats arc coining  through all lhe windows like hail,  John's first idea is to grasp the gov-  ' Inexpensive little  Gifts, always appreciated���������������������������  Pretty Double Frames, 20c  Antimony Metal  15c  LiiiKf sizes 25c:  ""$5.00"worTh" "  sent FREE  Toys for the Children  Dolls, Games, Puezles, Tool Chests, Steam Models,  Trains, Guns, Soldiers, Tea Sets, Baby Buggies,  Cars, etc., etc.  Do your buying early.  A. MUNRO & CO., ADRrM^N������������������Gds Specialuu  CITY OF ENDERBY  Revision of Voters' List  Year 1916  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first silling of the Courl or Revision  of lhe Voters' List of the City of  Enderbv and of thc extra-municipal  nortiou of lhe School District ol  Enderbv, will be held at thc City  Hail, Enderbv. on the 10th day ol  December, 1015, at 8 o'clock p.m.,  for the purpose or revising and correcting the said List, and hearing  and determining any application  which mav then bc made to strike  out the name of any person mi-  properlv placed thereon, or to place  ���������������������������in such hist the name of any person improperly omitted, therefrom.  Daled al -he Cily Hall, Enderby,  this 2:")lh dav of November, 191������������������.  Giuiiam Rosoman,  City Clerk.  in Hardware  Sleighs, Skates and Hockey Sticks for the Kiddies.  Beautiful Pieces of Silverware and Cutlery for Mother.  Look over our stock of these   goods   when   buying   your  Christmas Gifts.  You will find just what you want at prices that are low.  We have a few heating stoves left with us to sell.  These are  in good condition and will be sold at very low prices.  We can make you anything in tin, copper or sheet iron.  Bring along your repairs.  PLUMBING.HEATING.TINSMITHING  eminent firmly by the whiskers,  break a chair or two over its head  and kick it under the table���������������������������after  which hc feels fit to attend to the  little matter outside. We have heard  a good deal lately about British decadence, and maybe it is all so. But  to judge'simply by the past we  should say that when England is all  yammer and wail, with everybody  shaking his .fist in everybody'else's  face, and there's a howl here over a  broken head and a shriek there as  the stove lid catches papa in the  eye���������������������������why then everything is most  promising and the outlook could hot  bc better. Judging by the past, if  England fought as silentlyV, as  France .does we should suspect, it  was out of wind and could not last  long.". ' .'-<'-''"*  have rendered the slanderous pamphlet -wholly innocuous. Cooke of  the Crisis has' entered the class of  Cook of North .Pole fame.  'CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  Enderby Branch  The Executive Committee acknowledge with thanks the receipt  of the undermentioned donations:  Mr. & Mrs. C. B. Winter .... $25.00  R. E. T. Forster     5.00.  W. H; C     2.00;  .832.00  AN EXPLODED BLADDER  "We find for the plaintiff,'with  judgment of $200 with costs." This  was the verdict of the special jury  in the libel suit brought by Mr. A.  Lucas, M. L. A., against the Ministerial , Association of the Lower  Mainland and Mr. Moses B. Cotsworth, which was heard last week  in the Supreme Court before Mr.  Justice Morrison. The libel complained of was published, in the  "Crisis in B. C," and concerned Mr.  Lucas' tenure of office as travelling  timber assessor for the Province at  Kaslo in the years 1908 and. 1009.  This decision, "with costs," will  cos Fl KcPM i IT i steri alWssoc i a I it?ir. if  the neighborhood of $2,000, which  makes the initial effort of the'Ministerial Association in politicsfebmc  high. Speaking of thc verdict the  Victoria Colonist says:  "The Crisis in B. .C." was painted  lo look like a deadly bomb; il has  been shown to be an empty bladder.  The. more or less reverend perpetrator of itsaid i iVh is -'Foreword"  that the statements in il were the  result of thorough investigation and  verification, or words to lli.it effect.  When put upon his oath he endeavored to excuse his misstatement by  saying lhal he bad nol investigated  the truth of his allegations. Thus  Ihe bladder has been exploded, or,  rather, it has collapsed from just a  little pin prick. We congratulate  Mr. Lucas upon the result of his  suit, bul, even if it had gone against  him, Mr. Cooke's confession would  NORTHERN OKANAGAN POULTRY ASSOCIATION'S  ANNUAL SHOW  WILL BE HELD TN ARMSTRONG  ON  WEDNESDAY    AND    THURSDAY  JAN.  19-20, 1916  PRIZE LISTS AN ENTRY FORMS  WILL BE READY IN A FEW DAYS  AND CAN BE OBTAINED BY APPLYING TO���������������������������  The   two   last-named   donations,  -were, given to the machine'gun fund;,  but the Government having intimated   that  a   sufficient .number of"  these guns had been arranged for,  the  donors  kindly  authorized , the  secretary, Mr. C. B. Winter, to hand  them-over to' the Patriotic Fund. .  Previously acknowledged ..$310.55  Thc    committee    are    receiving  from, headquarters arid distributing  to soldiers' relatives in this district  month   by, month,   a   considerable  -,  amount of money, and are anxious  to make as ample returnes to the.  Fund as possible.    They therefore    '���������������������������  appeal  to  the  public to keep  the  Canadian Patriotic iFund in mind,  and do what, they can to help. Any  contribution,  however  small,   will  be thankfully  received  and  faithfully applied.  Graham  Rosoman,  Hon.-Sec.  "Rough  on JRats" . clears   out    0  Rats, Mice, etc. Don't die m House.  15c-25c. At drug and country stores  FOR SALE���������������������������Two-horse cutter, _%������������������������������������������������������  year-old Clydesdale, colt, and one  registered Yorkshire boar. II. _F.  Cowan, Enderby. n25-3  MAT HASSEN,  Show Secretary,  ^ Armstrong, B. C.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. ��������������������������� m4-tf  Special for  this week  Jeweleiy at Cost  Suitable for Xmas Presents  for all classes���������������������������  CUFF LINKS,  TIE PINS,  WATCH FOBS,  WATCH GUARDS,  BABY PINS,  BELT BUCKLES,  VANITY CASES,  BRACELETS,  These goods are of good  quality, and the prices will surprise you.  *'a  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor

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