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Miss Rae returned from her holiday trip on Monday.  Miss Bradley,' of Chase, is visiting  Miss Edna McMahon.  -   Born���������������������������At their home, Jan. 5th, to  Mr. and Mrs. Robt.' Carson, a son..  Trooper^ A. Dale returned to the  Sicamous Junction camp this week.  Good Morning! If you have a  candidate up your sleeve, bring him  oull-  Mrs. and Miss Brash relumed on  Saturday from a visit to the coast  cilies.  Lieut. Hatcher and Trooper English spent the New Year with their  families. -   -  *. Mr. F. D. Abbott and. Mr. Joe  * Simard , were - down from Mabel  --Lake Tuesday. "* - --  *' Miss Bealtic returned from Kamloops, Sunday evening, driving over  from'Salmon Arm.. - ..--*���������������������������".  *' Master Jack Harvey-,rcturncd'to"  Victoria on Monday.to continue his  studies.in. llv: boys' school.  Miss L. L. Smith arrived Friday  from Vancouver' to- assume the  duties of-'highschool-teacher.v" " **'  Mr*. Ed. Miirois has been .confined  to his bed for thc pasl two. weeks,  and is slill in a serious condition..  Mr. Rod.' McDonald has returned  to Vernon, and will be engaged this  winter in the orchards of thc Belgian Syndicate.  Lieut. "Crawford, of the dental  corps, returned- to Victoria on -Sunday after spending New Years with  Enderby friends.      ���������������������������  Joseph Mowat spent lhe New  Year with his parents. Joe is attached to the 103rd Battalion now  forming in Victoria.  Mrs. Wm. Owen; who entered the  Cottage Hospital from Mara, two  weeks' ago, is showing great improvement.  Mr. J. If. Dale is finishing building a large horse stable and barn at  Hupel for J. H. G. Baird, who. is  **-nowJ*at=the-=f roiiL*"- ** ** T       "  Thc next meeting of the Red  Cross sewing circle will be held nt  Mrs. KeiIh's home, Tuesday, Jan.  11th, al 2.30 p.m.  Mr. R. J. Jones and bride arrived  from Vernon Mondav and arc starting housekeeping in the Taylor  cottage on Railroad Ave.  A hockev game will he played at  Ihe rink this (Thursdav) evening  betweenTthc~Armstrong-Endcrby intermediates. Thc band will be in  attendance.  Parish of Enderby: 1st Sunday  aflcr Epiphany: Mattins and Holy  Communion. Grindrod, 10.30 a.m.;  Evensong. Mara, 3 p.m.; Evensong,  Enderby, 7.30 p.m.  Mr; Mill Stevens spent Ihe New  Year al home. He renorts business  very good wilh himself and brother  who arc conducting, a * lumber commission business at Vancouver.  Messrs Harkins & Dougal have  decided lo start another dancing  class at thc conclusion of the one  now running. .Applicants are requested to see them for particulars.  A Grand Templars Lodge has  been organizd in Enderby, and  meets Friday evenings in the I.O.O.  F. Hall. Persons wishing to join  mav do so at any meeting. The  present Chief Templar is A. C.  Skaling; secretary, Arthur Teece;  treasurer, Fred Johnson.  Armstrong is making great preparations for the winter noultry  show to bc held there on Tuesday  nnd Wcdncsdnv, Jan. 19th and 20th.  Several Fnderby bird fanciers are  getting their prize winners inlo  shape to carry away some of the  prizes.  Through a typographical error in  Ihe Press last week a child was re-  norted born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale.  The initial should have been 'A,  as Mr. and Mrs. Alec Dale are the  happy parents. We congratulate  Mr. and Mrs. A. Dale and apologize  to Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale.  The New Year dance given by the  Mara M. & A. A. last Friday evening  proved a great success, both as io  attendance and pleasure. Quite a  number of Enderby dancers and  those of Grindrod were in attendance.  Mr. E. C-. Wheeler took his son to  Vernon Tuesday to have the X-ray  put on his. arm to discover* if the  fall recently suffered by the boy  had, caused the fracture of thc bono.  To the relief of all, the X-ray demonstrated lhal there was no fracture  but simply a contraction of the  muscles, which'it is believed can be  easily broken.  The new 3c war stamp is now being issued by lhe Postoffice Department. It i.s not a regular 3c stamp,  or a new stamp of 3c denomination,  but is the "regular 2c stamp wilh  "1, T. c." printed across its face.  These will be' used in place of lhe  lc and 2c stamps heretofore mad--  use-of to meet thc requirements of  the war tax regulations. The Enderby postoffice has made application for the special 3c,stamp, and  will be prepared to supply same ih  a few days.  A'"meeting of. the Enderby To-  bacco.JFii'nd .was. held at thc home  of Mrs. E. Gray Monday afternoon,  for the purpose of*electing officers  and planning for thc year's operations. , Mrs. - S. Poison was made,  president, Mrs. E. Gray, secretary,  a'n'drMrsr Thos. Pound- treasurer.*' A-  uiecting for further organization is  to be held at the home.of thc. President Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.  A cordial invitation is extended to  all interested in the work lo be at  the meeting.  A particularly fine program will  be shown at the Opera House next  Friday and Saturday evenings,  .when, in addition to the intensely  interesting "Master Key" episode,  the following reels will apnear:  "The Inn Off thc AVingcd God," two  reel drama; "When the Mummy  Cried for Help," "The Wise Guys,"  and "In the Days of Old Eclair," a  pleasing juvenile drama. v Messrs.  Bobbs & Jonson have recently put  on thc Universal films, and the increased attendance each week indicates that thc plays shown are giving good satisfaction.  Enderbyile^who^cnjoy^tripping-  IJOYS  A T  FRONT  MADE . IIAPPY  Editor Enderby Press:5  Dear Sir:    Through lhe columns  of your valuable paper,  I  wish io  mnlioii is given as lo who-will entei  lhe field against him.  In Enderby the names of Mr.F. B.  Dill and Mr. S. F. Harlry have been  ,_ _ ������������������������������������������������������r��������������������������� ^   mentioned, and it i.s said that bolh  extend" to "\he"'kiiur peo'pl'e 'of' En" 'hs,vc signified their readiness lo gel  iPitoJne contest.  In  thc  matter of aldermen  and  derby my heartfelt thanks for the  Xmas gifts received from ihem, ancl  lo wish them all a Bright and Pros-  school  Inislees possible candidates  perous New Year.'  Sincerely,    Coup  D. K. Glen.  (A similar request comes to  The Press form Private Jas. Green,  who has .been confined'to the hospital for some weeks as ihe result  of an operation for rupture.).  ' Private J. E. Pacey writes from  Shornclifi'e: "I received a" lovely  cake from the Enderby Tobacco  Fund last Tuesday and I must say  il was lhc best cake I lasted "for a  long lime. Il certainly was a treat,  and I wish through" your- paper to  thank.the Enderby tobacco Fund  and the kind "people of En derby-  very, much indeed for-Iheir. kindness'to mc. ; I also wish them ,;r  Merry Christmas and a Happy and  Prosperous New Year."   -       .    -  Private Robt. CV Wilson' writes  the Tobacco Fund: "Please co'nvfey  my thanks, lo ."the'dill'erenl parlies  who' contributed,to my?Xnias parcel  which' I very much;appreciate* '-'!-  am out of the trenches for a short  rest," and I-am very ;thnnk ful for'il,  as :'it- has .been--raining, continually  for two months and everything is  mud or waicr, with only-a little  very cold-weather. Wc do nol know  when wc go back to the firing line.  the toe to dreamy waltzes, enliven  ing two-sleps and other movements  of grace and symphony rendered by  the Enderby orchestra, always look  forward lo a good lime when lhc  local Knights of Pythias give  their annual ball, and they expected  more than lhe usual lasl Friday  evening at the New Year dance.  And they got it. The dancers in attendance numbered 130; the floor  TiiHrhairTirrangcnienls wereexcel-  lenl, the music good and������������������������������������������������������ refreshments the best and plentiful. The  rest remained for the dancers to  provide, and-when it was all over  it was voted unanimously to have  been "the best ever."  ENDERBY CURLERS BUS Y  Though a bit late in starting the  'roar.in' game this season, Enderby  knights of thc besom and stanes are  sure of having all the playing Iheir  enthusiasm calls for. Jas. Evans i.s  the artist on laying the ice, and he  has two sheets as fine as ever was  played upon. Schedule games are  not" yet being played, bul, as there  are only six rinks playing, the boys  are getting almost a nightly service.  Following arc the rinks chosen:  Murph'v, skip; 3rd", A. Reeves; 2nd  W. G. Pell; 1st, Geo. Myers.  Mack, skip; Ed. Forrester, Win.  Pearson, Chas. Oppertshauser.  Keith, skip;. C. Reeves, F. S.  Stevens; Joe*Doerflinger.'  E. Dill, skip; J. LaForge, Patton,  J.E.Crane.  Evans, skip; Gto. Sharpe, W. R.  Barrows, A. Teece.  Dow, skip; F. Dill, E. Wheeler,  Speers.  This week's games thus far have  resulted:  Keith���������������������������Mack: 11���������������������������9.  Dill���������������������������Evans: 15���������������������������5.  Dow���������������������������Murphy: 13���������������������������5.  Wc have a good assortment of  vegetables for table use, at low  prices.   Teece & Son.  Private Pal Mowat writes thc officers of the Fund: "Received today  the grandest parcel of good things  from lhe kind-people of Enderby.  Cannot begin to write how much  the things were appreciated by my  comrades and myself. Will the  committee convey to all names in  thc parcel my deepest thanks for  'their kindness. - Wishing everyone  a Prosperous and Happy New Year.  Sincerely, Pat, Mowat."  . From Private Hatcher comes the  following characteristic note:  "I now write you the few lines  thanking the people of thc Enderby  -To b a cco-Fu n d-f o iuX m as_p a rccl-aiid.  also for lhe cake. I did not have  lo use it as a bomb. I guess it did  more good lhan throwing it al llie  Germans. Wishing you all a Merry  Xmas and Happy New Year, from  Somewhere in Plunder,  J. M. Hatch eh."  And  from, the heart of Private  Smedley this .token of. thankfulness  comes:'"! have just received a line  parcel from-llie Kiulerby^Tobaeco  Fund. The contents of Ihe parcel  were fine eatables and wearing apparel, having arrived intact, inspite  of ils long journey., If you could  have seen my pals and I silting  round the parcel, all anxiously  awaiting results, and if you could  picture we fellows silling around  after the meal, each wearing a look  of satisfaction, both you and lhe  committee would acknowledge thai  the parcel had not been sent in vain.  11 is very, very nice lo know lhal,  even if we arc away from home, on  such a queer campaign, lhat those  al home are constantly thinking of.  us and wishing for our welfare, and  I can positively say lhal such feeling is very gratifying. Thanks once  again for the parcel. Best wishes to  vou all for. Xmas. Moping you have  a very happy one.   , Gko. Smkdu'y"  CIVIC ELECTIONS  Next Mondav will be nomination  day. and tbe'following Thursday  the civic elections will be held. II  one were to be guided by the inleresl apparent on thc streets or in  business circles, one could not believe that election day is so near.  One thing, seemingly, has been (let  inilely settled, and lhat is that lhc  present incumbent of lhe mayoralty,  Mr. S. Poison, will not bc a candidate for re-election, he having announced his intention to enter thc  contest at Vernon. Thc News says  lhal lhe announcement of his inlen-  meniioncd arc few; though on the  day of nominalion there is likely to  be a plethora of them. Now is the  chance, it is considered, for anyone  in whose* bonnet lhc political bee  has ever buzzed lo get into lhe race.  While it will be impossible for  any body of'aldermen lo do'much  more than fill the seals this year, so  far as the expenditure of public  fxnids is concerned, for lhere is no  way of gelling more money lo operate with than to simply pay the current wage and supply account, siilT  there is much lhal any council may  do in lhc way of directing thc individual efforts of our citizens in ihe  matter of local improvement to die  streets,* the homey grounds, sidewalks, elc. Tis said "all this could  bc dbneJjy individual effort, without .the aid of any council, "and.  since the cily!s banker is virtually  master -of **-thep-situation^ the'~Cily.  Clcrk and the.bank, withlhe-aid'of  the faithful"pol,iceman;could handle  the situation,qiiile as"successfully as  with" thc -Mayor,and "Aldermen added. But lhe law. provides lhat the  ollices shall bc filled, hence an election musUbc-held. ,-���������������������������������������������������������������������������������._*.-;>.-',..��������������������������� .V-  fn  addition-'to    thc.   election ** of-  Mayor   and   Aldcrmeii   and" three  school trustees, Ihe electors will he-  called upon to decide the question  of a monthly "grant of $40 to the  Collage Hospital.   This'proposition  was submitted  to the retiring City  Council by Ihe hospital board.in response lo a  request  from a public  meeting of the citizens.   Thc Aldermen did not feci disposed to make  the granl requested and decided to  pul Ihe mailer up to the ratepayers,  themselves.    If the question carries  at the polls, the monthly granl asked  for will bc made; if thc decision of  the ratepayers is against the-propo-  sition, no grant will be made and  the hospital will have to get along as  best  il can, as il has in thc past,  with the aid of monthly subscriptions from a number of citizens, or  close its doors.  TIIEJUERRY HA-HA  Saturday was. New Year's" Day���������������������������a  legal holiday. To a'ccommodale a  patron from' Ihe outside district, a  merchant was at his place of business and served him. Which all will  agree, was as it should hc. Contrast this wilh whal would happen  if the outside patron should require  wailing on Thursday afternoon.  Uiitloi- Uio~absurd l;UsV*assedlby-lhc  City Council,-if this patron, or any  other, were served al'lcr 12 o'clock  the merchant would be prosecuted  and a line imposed, and the dislrict  patron would'be made a parly lo  lhe "crime." Truly,-lhe people responsible -for gelling this bylaw through, .musl have a very peculiar idea of how to attract business lo Enderby. The idea of making it a crime lo do business in Enderby Thursday afternoons must  have'originated in a house of 'bugs.'  I! docs not do credit lo the sanity  cither of the cily or our merchanls,  and as for the people of thc district,  they are giving us the merry ha-ha.  And throwing Iheir business elsewhere.    ,       __      ALBERTA PROSPEROUS.  Mr. W. J. Woods, general merchant, returned from Rctlaw, .Alta.,  on Monday after an absence of several weeks. At Rellaw Mr. Woods,  established a large general store,  and sends Mr. Wm. Duncan thither  earlv next week to lake charge. Mr..  Woods stales lhal the town of Rellaw and vicinity is choked with  wheal, it being estimated that there  are upwards of three million bushels there awaiting shipment. Just  now, owing to the scarcity or cars,  lhere i.s a lull in shipments, which  il i.s not expected will bc broken  until carly'-in April.  In the vicinity ol Rellaw Mr.  Woods has a wheal farm. This  season's yield netted 40 bushels to  LATE   WAR SUMMARY -  Lloyd's has trebled the insurance  rate on all cargoes passing through''  the   Suez   Canal.    This  announcement made oii Dec. 30lh* created' a  most profound impression in Lou-"  don.   Although the War Office will    .  rhave nothing to say on the subject,  il   means,  beyond  doubt,  that  ihe  gravest apprehensions arc fell, and  lhat thc presence of Turco-German   ,  forces near the canal must bc a" certainty.    Thc increase in insurance,. t,  rates has also, in the minds;of the/'  keenest  observers,  determined- the '  destination   of   the   40,000   Indian*'"  soldiers withdrawn from Ihe front   v  in France last week and transported '  ���������������������������  lo another field of operations.-      : -. \  '   In lac Bcssarabian district strong ,  Russian forces have been operating,..'  agninsl lhe enemy for lhe pasl .week .**-"  with  apparently   varying   success.  Petrograd slaies that lhis .offensive., \  has resulted  favorably for Russia,*-' -  while"   Berlin   and   "Vienna -official-  statements declare lhc Russian of-   ."  fensive to have broken down before---"-  their machine,gun-fire.   _,    V'\ -,-'--'v  'On  the, Western  front Paris'yre- \\  ports a scries, of small successes in>V  one region while-Berlin'reporls'.sinrsi^-*-;  ilar small, "successesLin''another "sccsy'V"  tion. . "One ' report   stales', that"., the" V**  word iias been -passed lo'the British'^;  troops to b(Von,the look7out T6r?aV"  serious offensive which iHs saidis"-;.  to be attempted at an early-date by  Ah'e'German  forces', in,another effort to break'through to'Calais.  According to a Geneva report two  separate   Austrian' .and    Bulgarian  armies have been formed wilh the  object of marching through Monlc- -  negro to the sea. . *      .   -"  Reports from Salonica arc largely  speculative.    One "day  it  i.s slated    .  that the German-Austrian forces are  l'  leaving the vicinity of thai port of  ciitryj'and the next this report is'denied and  Ihe .statement made thai  thc enemy is preparing to-make a-  general advance upon the forces ofthc Allies.  The statement thai  Roumania  is    .-  about to join hands with thc Allies  in a-general advance into Bulgaria*  i.s discounted  by  lhc  report  from,  Bucharest that lhe transportation of  cereals from Roumania lo Germany  and    Austria-Hungary,    under    the  agreement   recently  made  between  Roumania-and-the CcntraLPo.wers, .___  began on Dec. 24th.  -' -'I  .��������������������������� _  '    _ T   (I  * vy-iii  ���������������������������*.������������������-  S,-.r-  ~-"S~S   ' V* '-"***>������������������ jl  T l^C-VrvS'ii  YyTMM  **��������������������������� __ \tr S4 ���������������������������  lions to run has wakened some in- the acre, his total yield being somc-  It-rcst there, though no public inli- thing over 12,000 bushels.  ���������������������������'��������������������������� i  \  GENERAL OUTLOOK BETTER  V. A. Mackenzie, in a London  cable lo Ihe Vancouver Province,  says tiial Britishers regard the New  Year's war prospects wilh-reasoncd  assurance. There i.s none of the extravagant optimism which was gen- .  eral a year ago.    Few now forcasl  aii-earlyVleeision. -Many placclhe   duration of lhc war beyond -Lord  Kitchener's three years, but there i.s  an almost universal conviction  among experts lhal the real crisis  of-lhe war is Qver except in lhe far  East, and lhc work ahead is a long -  sustained -.pull, becoming heavier  for  lhe   enemy   lo   bear  than   the  Allies-      _____  DECEMBER SUBMARINE VICTIMS  London, Jan. 3.���������������������������Ollicial figures  concerning Ihe losses incurred by  British shipping during December  show that twenty steamers aggregating 48,332 tons were sunk -by  German warships-with a loss of 07  lives, and eight vessels, aggregating  G974 tons, were destroyed by mines,  .wilh a loss of thirteen lives.  The fresh submarine campaign in  the Mediterranean, while admitted  Jo he a temporary success, is being  mastered, Germany already having  ksl many submarines there.  SPECIAL REGIMENTS  The Militia Department al Ottawa  lias decided lo authorize the raising  of a number of special regiments.  These will include one or more Indian battalions, a Metis battalion, a  colored battalion and a naturalized  Japanese-Canadian battalion.  Among the honors conferred by  the King at thc New Year is that of  baron upon Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, who, it is reported, will become a member of the British House  of Lords. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, JANUARY 6, 1916  wc have been able to weather the storm as well as  we have.  Sir Richard leaves in a few days to take up his  new duties as Agent General in London. In his  new sphere of effort Sir Richard will find a larger  licld of labor, to which he is peculiarly fitted.. He  will bc placed in contact with men who'must be  interested in British Columbia, and no man is  better posted, on the resources and possibilities of  the Province than hc. We may expect big things  from Sir Hichard in llie capacity of Agent General  und, if we are to judge from lhe past, wc may feel  confident lhat he will not disappoint us.        <  At a farewell banquet tendered Sir Hichard by  the people of Victoria a few evenings ago, he expressed anew Ihe solemn conviction lhat has been  liis from childhood. Hc carries this conviction  with him across the water, and, as he labors for  the Province among men of wealth and attainment, it will ever be thc means of spurring him  on in his labors. "The future is full of hope," hc  said, "and the West is possessed of incalculable  wealth. Time, bringing wilh il development, "will  prove British Columbia -the. richest Province in  lhe Dominion."  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY '  Published  every  Thursday at'   Enderby,   B. C.  Walker   Press.  at $2  per  year,   by  the  Advertising Kates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1916  SECOND PATRIOTIC FUND APPEAL  Thc following appeal of the Duke of Connaught  on behalf of thc Canadian Patriotic Fund is the.  second hc has made. The Canadian people were  most liberal in their response to the "first appeal,  and. if the work of lhe Fund is to go on in lhc  future, thc response to lhc second appeal must be  more liberal lhan was that lo lhe 'appeal made  at the beginning of the work of thc Flind:  "Somewhat over a year ago, as President of tiie  Canadian Palriolic Fund, I made an appeal to the people of the Dominion for funds to assist thc families of  lhc gallant men who arc going to thc fronl. Though  anticipating a generous response. I was hardly prepared for the magnificent manner in which the call  was met. Monies have poured inlo the treasury of the  Fund ii mil the total contributions have reached and  exceeded six million dollars.  "Large, however, as this sum appears, il has nol  greatly exceeded current demands and, if peace were  declared in the immediate future, the entire surplus  on hand would be required before all the men of the  Expeditionary  Force  could  again   return  home.  "Today there arc 25,000 families, comprising, it is  "es-tim-nledT^SOjOIJU-^indmdiials^^dependcnt-���������������������������upon  Patriotic Fund.  "Wilh   furlher   recruiting   lhc   demands   upon   thc  Elbert Hubbard came as near as- thc most of us  will come in having his wish granted when he was  torpedoed into eternity in the sinking of thc  Lusilania. "1 want no mark left to denote that I  lived,'  work.  he once wrote, "save as it appears in my  CONSCRIPTION-WITH THE NEW YEAR  "Frccdoni suspended only lo save freedom."  Under this slogan, Great Britain enters upon a  new form of government this year. For the first  time in history Britain must resort to compulsory  service in order to bring men enough to the colore  lo permit her to continue to do her part in the  great world struggle for supremacy between the  Teuton and Anglo-Saxon. It. has required many  monlbs for England to reach lhc point where she  could accept the inevitable with any degree of  calm. For months the light against compulsory  service has been keen, ancl bul for lhc strong men  in favor ol' conscription, and"lhe only partial success of Lord Derby's scheme, compulsory service  would, even up to wilhin a week ago, have been  refused. But il had to conic. The Government  promised it .would bc enforced if Lord Derby's  plans failed to gel lhc number of men required,  and Hon. Lloyd George threatened to resign if thc  pledge of the Government was nol kept. Now  that the decision has been reached and lhc step  finally taken, thc people of England seem to feel  heller and il is probable thai the action of the  Government will be approved^ even by thc labor  unions, although only a Jew days ago strong  resolutions were passed by some of the unions  condemning conscription and calling a national  convention of labor representatives lo prepare to  oppose compulsion.  Unquestionably lhis decision of thc Government  has been delayed months for no other reason than  lhat of petty hatred-of what is known as thc  Harmsworlh dailies, which have all along urged  conscription as thc only solution of the growing  problem confronting the nalion. And because the  Harmsworlh papers favored conscription, the  favored class having lhc ear of thc Government  opposed Conscription, without reason and without  hearing. 11 was even staled publicly through lhc  press lhat Hon. Lloyd George was simply a tool in  thc hands of thc Harmsworlh press to carry out  the dictates of that particular political element.  lhc^I.n_,vie.w^olLthis^aiilagoiiisn),_absolutc.!y_,iJoi:eign^.t_o_  lhc real questions at issue, it is nol to be wondered  at that conscription was held oil' so long.    Now  Fund will, wilh each succeeding monlh, continue to j that compulsory service has come and is here lo  grow, so that il is estimated lhal, should the war con-! stay, the feeling of uncertainty will quickly dis-  linuc during 11) lis, a sum amounting to some $8,000,000' appear, and England will accept thc new ordcrof  and   probably  more  will   be  required.    This  would,  things as calmly as the visit of a Zeppelin is taken  however, only mean ���������������������������*?!  per head of the population I  Ihe people of Canada, and il i.s little indeed to ask  those  who  remain  al   home  in  comparison  wilh  t  or  of  Ik"  sacrilice in life and limb of those who arc lighting in  defence of the nalion.  "In spilo of all Ihe various calls thai have been made  for funds lo aid our soldiers and sailors and lhc magnificent response that has been made in each and every  case, I still feel assured lhal lhc warm hearts of all  Canadians will respond lo lhis further appeal lo enable  lhe Patriotic Fund lo continue ils splendid work during liJIG and take care of Ihe families of those who arc  lighting for Iheir Sovereign, the Empire, and lhe  Dominion, on lhc ballle-lields of Europe and on the  High  Seas.  "(Signed) AHTIIUH.  "President, Canadian Patriotic Fund.  "Government House, Ottawa, 1st January, l!)l(j."  The one strong man who seems to loom large  in the conduct of the war as between thc Government and lhe people, i.s lion. Lloyd George. Upon  his shoulders must rest thc credit of forcing lhe  Government's hand. Upon him will largely rest  the responsibility of checking any opposition that  might show itself to lhe Government measure  when il is finally made effective. And there is  promise of opposition, not only from the labor  unions bul from the Irish party as well.  SIR RICHARD'S PARTING WORDS  The many years of useful service given lo the  Province of British Columbia by Sir Hichard McBride have been filled with strenuous effort and  deep resolve. No man has done more for the  Province than lie and few have accomplished as  Does lhc town you live in look jagged and  broken; is the trade balance against you. Repair  yourself.  HALF MILLION MEN FROM CANADA  As a flitting New Year's announcement to lhc  Canadian people and to the British Empire, the  statement was made from the sick room of Premier Borden on January 1st thai the authorized  Canadian  forces  for overseas service has been  raised from 250,000 to 500,000, "as a token of  Canada's unflinching resolve lo crown thc justice  of our cause with victory and an abiding peace."  "lie message issued to the Canadian people by the  much, lie liecame rremier when British Colum-j Prime Minister is one of pride in what the men of  bin was iu an upheaval, financially and politically. I Canada .have done during the lasl year; of sym-  l.Jntler his leadership the public business of thelpalhy lo those who have bravely suffered from  Province has been conducted in a manner that! the tragedies of war and have learned the full  brought order out of chaos. True, the past year j meaning of sacrifice, and of resolute and confident belief in the willingness of all Canadians lo  redouble the efforts of the past. There will be no  pause in Canada's efforts, says Premier Borden,  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. E���������������������������derby  mm  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, L^unmY Enderby  The Dominion law. against the selling, of  butter without the words. '.'Dairy. Butter" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as'the.'case may be���������������������������printed  on .the butter, wrap, is a;blessing ih disguise to the  average farmer. In the first place, if his,Butter  wrappers are neatly printed with his name ancl  the brand of.the butter on the label, thc storekeepers can readily.sell the butter at 5c a pound  more than he can get for butler 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 the law in this matter. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butter that it docs not appear to them that they  caii afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of haying 500 or 1000  butter wraps on hand. * To accommodate this  class of butter makers, The Press has printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They are  printed with the words "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do not bear the name of the maker. However,  I_fi.se.wrappers.Jill,JthcJrequirements of the law  governing "this point, and can Ke^lSougirfih small"  quantities at thc rate of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do riot repuire butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  In lots of 500,  In tots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press  Customer's Own Material Made  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  O.K.  eiu  or more British Columbia has sull'ered much as  lhe result of lhe disastrous ell'ects of the war, but  "lis has not been a condition particularly chnrae-  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  , E. J. Mack  ; Livery, Feed & Sale Stables J f  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv-  <! ers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-  ;; dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists in-!  _ vited to give us a trial.  I  (eristic of this Province1, doing as strong as il was until the triumph of liberty throughout the world  al lhe time the evelone broke, it i.s marvelous that' is assured.  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year EJV_*"iSsi'*wW"^*#lBt'*������������������i������������������i,f*"-  ; Ji*w.-t.-is^jiwv.*  ������������������^*-^c?a'*iiCSv^*������������������A*^.,-- *' *"  1>  Thursday, JANUARY 6, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Tfl_J MAGIC PUDDING  A tale from the front I lately heard  Really and truly most absurd;  1 thought I'd pass thc joke along,  Though faint and feeble is my sing.  Tho' trillling seems this tale to you  It has this merit, it is true.  Somewhere   Jn    Flanders    or   in  France,  (Censor forbids a nearer glance)  Some    soldier    boys    a  .sharing,  Enjoyed     the  Hiring,  And as they ate of home they talked  Of paths  in  which  they  oft  had  walked.  Whence,came this pudding? since  out there *  It does not grace the bill of fare.  A sergeant,'for thc mess would try,  Some needful furnishings to buy,  So bade his cook a pudding make  That all who would a slice might  pudding  toothsome    dainty  into the war, Russia's aim is lo reconquer Bukowina for the benefit  of her new ally. This task can bc  accomplished in a few weeks. The  Roumanians Ihen will fortify the  new province and, march with thc  Russians through Bulgaria and  Transylvania, while simultaneously  Serbians, will deal blows on the  the Italians, French, British and  other fronts."  v������������������j.  lake.  "A penny a slice, now boys," he  cried;  "Pass  up "your  cash  and  have  a  taste,  Nor let this dainty go to waste:  So   rich  with   raisins,   sugar  and  spice: .      .; -  V.   ��������������������������� t  Did ever pudding seem so nice?"  And as he passed thc dish around  Full many a purchaser hc found.  It tasted good, so I've been told  As down each eager throat it rolled;  They seldom tasted,fare.so nice,...  - And. clamored for a second,slice.  " Tis.really fine," said one and all,  And wish'd it hadn't been so small.  .'Twas  late   before   the  feast was  *.   spread     y  And soon the boys retired to bed;  But sadly broken was their rest, *  A  load   seemed   on  each  heaving  .. breast. . .      -       '  VThey tossed and grunted, rolled and  V   groaned;    ...V        ;-.���������������������������*;_-���������������������������  They dreamed, each one, of woe  '���������������������������_;���������������������������   and strife,       *-"        _"  V:Ahd;vowed to'shorten cookie's-life.  V/fhc:quarter-master foiighLall night  yAnd'wokc at leiiglhin sorry'plight.'  . One fell o'er a clillV a mighty flam,  . Woke!  with  a  word   that  rhymes  -    with' Sain:       ''  '. '    ���������������������������'���������������������������'-'.'  *^(Of course  it's  shocking, 'but His*  true; , ���������������������������     '  .1 never use such words, do you?)"  And one as from his bed he rolled  ...A tale of giant Zeppelins told. .  The    corporal    hunting   deer   in  '   France, ;  ."Met. with"many a sad mischance;  He shot, indeed, his dearest friend,  -So came his dream, to direful end.  From Armstrong he: may he,, may  ;.   they,  Return with joy some glorious day.  Then   we'll   spread   feasts:, shall  make them deem  Their past,woes but a misty dream)  ,But I digress���������������������������I have not told  In a recent speech in Guild Hall  Premier Asquith made this significant statement: "There is a plentiful crop of criticism upon the  diplomacy and strategy of thc  Allies. The time has not come  when the full disclosure of those  conditions is possible. When it  docs come I do not myself believe  the statesmen and generals of the  3r.,.r������������������i.t. x���������������������������iii i,.;���������������������������'_ ���������������������������,,.; reason  of an  ago I  finds the British after a war, not  during it. -In one war their statesmen fight always.the next."  CITY OF ENDERBY  ���������������������������Allied Powers will have any  to shrink  from thc verdict  impartial tribunal.      I year  endeavored  to  define in  this  hall  objects without the achievement of  which the Allies "will not lay down  their   arms.     They' remain   today  what they were then.   We are pursuing them, one'and all,- with un-.,  diminished faith.   We believe that  we have advanced a long; way lo  their   achievement.     But,   be   the  journey long or short, we shall not  pause or-falter until we have, secured for the smaller states, of Europe, their charter of independence,  an,d for. Europe itself and for the  world, at large its-final [emancipation from the reign of force."   ���������������������������  THE LARGER STRATEGY  The  ���������������������������The vision of*one warrior bold:  This one, he perhaps had eaten less,  "--The=dream-of-that"Sli-ahge-night-did  bless.  Near Enderby, so dear, hc seemed  Upon thc river���������������������������thus he dreamed,  As down the stream his boat doth  glide, ���������������������������  He scans the shores on either side.  What's  lhis  that meets  his  eager  eyes!  In one close bunch eight ducks he  spies:  0 lucky shot, he's bagged the whole,  What joy in his exultant soul:  He gives one wild triumphant yell,  And thus rejoicing breaks the spell.  He   wakes���������������������������ah   me���������������������������how   sad   the  change!  No river calm, no wooded range;  Fair Enderby, now far away:  No hunting ducks for him today.  M. Alice Peacock.  WHAT THE ALLIES HOPE FOR  If we can gather any idea of  what the future has in store for us  in respect to the great world war,  from what now appears to come  from reliable source, there is every  probability of our seeing a rapid  change for the better come over thc  Near East complications.  The Pall Mall Gazette's Russian  correspondent writes: "The Russian joint occupations with Roumania are now on the point of beginning. Roumania will fight with  us, although not for us. Her siding  with the Entente is not thc result  of French or English sympathies,  but an endeavor to realize the Roumanian dream of sovereignty over  Bukowina and Transylvania. As  preparation for Roumania's entry  Chicago Tribune has a way  of putting things which makes one  lose sight of the temporary reverse  and look beyond to the ultimate and  see there bright, rays of hope. In  connection with the British-retirement from the Gallipoli.adventure,  it says: "Conceived in. doubt, it  was executed in hope. Thc.Germahs  either would not have essayed the  adventure or they would have been  prepared against the last minute.  They, wbiild cither have, remained  away from the scene of.war or they  would have been lhere fuslest with  the;mostest men. Tne British way  of taking sporting chances docs not  appeal to the German mind. The  German, wants to know where he is  going even if he docs not care to  know why lie is going there.. The  Pritqir is magnificent in believing  in his destiny."  "The Suvia bay region is pathetically wet and fat with the best blood  and body of the British empire. The  Australians were * used there, the  youngest life of the oldest living  empire. They were geographically  as distant from the issues as we,in  the-United States'are. They might  have been as emotionally distant as  we are. Bul the wonderful cement  AvhLch^binds_the_prcsent_da>LBnli_sh  empire together held these boys  from the Far East and the Near East  has received their vain sacrifice.  "Yet one wonders whether or not  it has been vain. The British empire seemingly has been built in the  crudest fashion upon the blunders  of its statesmen and thc stubbornness of its people. That stanch,  easily outmaneuveretl, never" defeated entity called Great Britain  has done "this Gallipoli thing before.  Did it not, during Ihe French revolution, fasten its teeth inlo the cuticle of lhc French people and send  expedition after expedition, each  more futile than its predecessor, to  thc Vendee to bc  driven   inlo   the  NOTICE  Public Notice is hereby given to  thc Electors of the City of Enderby  that I require the presence of the  said Electors al lhc Cily Hall, Enderby, B. -C, on Moiulay, fhc lOtli  diiy of January. 1916, at 12 o'clock  noon, for the purpose of electing  persons to represent them in the  Municipal Council as Mayor and  Aldermen.  Thc mode of Nomination of Candidates shall be as follows: Thc  Candidates shall bc nominated in  ���������������������������writing; thc writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Municipality as proposer and seconder,  and shall be delivered to thc Returning Ollicer at any time between  thc date of Ibis notice and 2 p.m.  of the day of nomination: the said  writing may be in thc form numbered 5 in the Schedule of the Municipal Elections'., -Act, and shall  state thc names, residence, and occupation . or description of each  person proposed, in such manner  as sufficiently to identify such candidate; and in the event of a poll  being necessary, such poll will be  opened on Thursday, the 13th dav  of January, 191G, at the City Hall,  Enderby, .of which every person is  hereby required lo take notice and  govern! himself  accordingly.  The qualifications for a person  to be nominated and elected Mayor  arc: That such,person is a male  British-.subject of lhe full age of  twenty-one years: is not disqualified, under any law, and has been  for the six months next preceding  thc day of- nomination thc registered owner, in the Land Registry  Ollice, of land or real property ih,  the city of Ihe assessed value, on'  lhe last Municipal Assessment Roll,  of one thousand dollars, or more,  over- and above any registered  judgment or charge, and who is  otherwise duly qualified as a municipal voter. ->-,*.  The' qualifications for," a person,  to be nominated and elected as ran  Alderman are: 'That siich person  is a male British-subject of the full  age of twenty-one years': ds nol disqualified under: any law,land :has  been forVthc*six"V'noii'tlis" next^'pre-"  ceding Jhe dayVof nomination the  "registered' o\ynerr--in -%the ; Land  -Registry, Office, J of land ore real  property, in the*city of assessed  value on the last: Municipal Assessment Roll; of five hundred dollars,  or. more, over and above any registered judgment' or charge, ahdwho  is otherwise .duly ^qualified as a  municipal   voter..,  Given under my hand at the City  Hall, Enderby,'B. C, this 30th any.  of Dccembei. .1915. " -"  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  .  .    i   Returning Officer.  -y.'>.ii::Xf.-:'  :vV.::*.t^/:I'.  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"If thc courseAof the British people in this war be compared wilh  the course they have pursued in  other wars one can only mark the  improvement in their method, and,  that improvement being marked,  can only surmise wherc they will  end. Who, knowing the British,  can stay his thought from wonder  whether, in spite of, this disastrous  military fiasco at Gallipoli, at the  conclusion of hostilities the British  empire .will not have a stronghold  at thc end of thc peninsula, guarding the straits and the way to the  Ear East even against its now ally,  Russia? A military disaster is the  only phase lhat could now be used  with reference to the campaign  against  Constantinople.     But   one  NOTICE   '  Public Notice is hereby given to  the Electors ofv thc School District  of Enderby, that I require the presence of the said Electors at the City  Hall, Enderby, B. C, on Monday,  the 10th day of January, 1916, at  12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose of  electing persons to represent' them  as Trustees on thc Board.of-School  Trustees of__Enderbv_ in place of  TonV  Samuel  whose  Teece.  terms  ancl Tom  Robinson,  have   expired,   and  Charles Hawkins, who has resigned.  Thc mode of Nomination .of Candidates shall be as> follows: The  Candidates shall bc nominated in  writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the school  district a. proposer and seconder,  and shall be delivered to the Returning Ollicer at any time between  the dale of .this notice and 2_p.. in.  of the day of nomination: thc said  writing may be in the form numbered 5, in lhe Schedule of lhc  Municipal Elections' Act, 1908. and  shall slate lhc names, residence,  and occupation or description of  each person proposed, in such manner as sufficiently to identify such  candidate; and in the event of a  noil being necessary, such poll will  be opened on Thursday, the 13th  day of January, 1916, al the City  Hall, Enderby, of which every person i.s required lo take notice and  govern himself accordingly.  Thc qualifications for a person  to bc nomiiiiitcd and elected as a  School Trustee are: That such  person is a British subject of the  full age of twenty-one years, actually residing within thc School  District, and has been for the  six months next preceding the.  clay of nomination the registered owner, in the land registry office, of land or' real property  in the said school district, of the  assessed value on the last municipal assessment roll, of five hundred dollars or more, over and  above any registered judgment or  charge, and who is otherwise qualified to vote al an election of school  trustees in the said School District.  Given under my hand at thc City  Hall, Enderby, B.C., this 30th day of  December, 191;").  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,  Returning Officer.  ���������������������������^UTS-.'i-.ff'MJrl  ���������������������������'.rx>.     ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� sV<-������������������ I  Get *'\\$are: Money" ior your Furs  Beaver,'Foxes, Muskrat, Wolves, Marten, Fisher,..  White W������������������Mel sad otbsr Far bearers collected la yoor section  SHIP TOUR FUHS DIRECT ������������������o "SHUBERT" the largest  bouse la tftc WarW 4e*linV exclusively In NORTH AMEBICAN RAW FVItS.  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������safe Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing for "more than a third of a ce'ntury," a Ion? sue-  cessful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt.SATISFACTORY "  AND PROFITABLE returns.   Write for "Cbt ftbubrrt ���������������������������Wpprr.7 ,  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.'  Write fbr U-NOW-lfa FREE  A R SHURFRT Inr 25-27 west austin a ve:  /%��������������������������� b. anupPK 1, inc. |>,ptc M Chicago. u.s.a.  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&AeM.  Enderby Lodge No. 40.  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Viaitinjf  .brethren-cordially, invited.  E. WHEELER  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ENDERBY,  LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Mondfjy evening  in K. of P. Hall.    Visitors cordially invited to attend.  It. E. HARKINS. C. C.  G.G.CAMPBELL. K.R.S.  R. J.COLTART. M.F.  . .Hall suitable fnrConccrtH, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address.  F. FRAVEL. Endarby  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  |Mon������������������y to Loan  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  M  ISS V. WALTER-HUGHES,  The formula for hate: Keep your  eye on. each other's deficiencies.  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A.*M.)  Pupil for thc past five years of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Oxfor., and Miss ObcrhofTcr, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte and in vob'e  Production and Musical Thcoiy.  For terms apply lo Rox 583, Cily.  " ��������������������������� *���������������������������***  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound  10.20 lv;  10.53  11.09  11.24  11.50  12.00  12.11  12.38  13.00  ar,  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg.  Northbound  ar. 18.30  lv  17.41  17.24  17.08  1G.38  lfr.28  16.15  15.48  15.30  H. \V. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Doniin-  i o n^i n=Ma n i t oba ,-Sa sk a tcli cwa n=u nd=  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may bc leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of SI  an acre. Nol more than 25G0 acres  will be leased to oug applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by (he applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of tbe district in which rights applied for are  situated.       -       -      -     In surveyed territory thc land  musl bc described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  iu unsurvcyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  Ihe applicant himself.   .  Each application must bc accompanied by a fee of 85 which will bo  refunded if Ihe rights applied for  are not available, bul not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish thc Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined'and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights are nol  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may bc permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  he considered necessary for " the  working of thc mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  lhe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or lo any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unaulhorizcd publication f  lhis advertisement will not bc paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Some small  R. Sharpc's.  sides of pork at Geo. \  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, JANUARY 6, 1911;  CITIZENS'     MEETING  A meeting of lhe citizens of  Enderby for the purpose of discussing civic affairs, is hereby  called, and will be held at the  City Hall on Wednesday evening next, at 8 o'clock.  By order of the Council.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  Look at thc date associaled wilh  your illustrious name on this paper,  and if it shows your subscription  has expired, remember we'd like  awfully well lo extend il another  year.      '  Il isn't fair lo casl your burdens  upon the Lord; better work up your  gumption and gel under them.  Yes, dear, these war bulletins are  jusl one improper Ihing after,allot her. /  Renew your subscription for thc  Press ancl help keep thc home paper  up lo the minute.  WANT ADS  STRAYED���������������������������To my place: one red  heifer;'clip on Io 1*1 ear. Philip,  Mabel Lake road, east of Enderby.  i  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed strictly fresh;  40c do/.   Mrs. E. Gray.  LOST���������������������������Yearling Jersey steer and  Holstein heifer. Geo. Andrews.  Enderby. dl0-3  CITY COUNCIL MEETING  The winding up session of lhe  ,1915 Council was held last evening  and the final business of the year  finished.  His Worship the Mayor and all  members were present. The referendum bylaw to be submitted to  thc ratepayers placing the question  of aid lo the Cottage Hospital, was  put Ihrough its linal reading, and in  response lo a request from the hospital board the amount lo be asked  for was reduced from $45 lo $35  per month.  The bylaw carrying Ihe cemetery  regulations was given its final reading. And the Shops Regulation bylaw making it unlawful for any  trading to bc done in Enderby on  Thursday afternoons throughout the  year past ils second and third readings.  The claim of Mr. G. R. Lawes re.  alleged tax overcharge was referred  to lhc citv's solicitors.  LOST���������������������������Logging chain, on the road  near Enderby.   G. M. Andrews,   .  LOST���������������������������A    halfrsovereign .: bangle;  .between'lhc  public  school   and  Ihe. Cobb cottage;  engraved, "F.  \V. H."    Finder please return to  Miss Hughes, Enderby.  FOR   RENT���������������������������Six-room   brick   cottage; close in; rent low.     Apply,  Walker Press ollice.  i ...  MATERNITY NURSING.,  Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. m4-lf  TENDERS    WANTED���������������������������What    will  you furnish five cords of green-  cul birch and ten cords green-cut  fir 4-fool wood for? Musl be  sound and cut this season, and  delivered within one month. The  Walker Press.  "THE TRUTH WE WANT"  .Lord Milncr, in an interview in  the London Times, speaking wilh  regard lo lhe censorship, said in  part: "Thc failure to present all  the facts has raised false hopes and  given the public wrong impressions.  I am prepared lo reaflirm that wc  have been deluded. It is Ihe truth  we want and lhc truth that thc Government should not be afraid to tell  us. Some people have chosen to  call mc pessimistic because I am  anxious to have the whole unvarnished truth, so far as military and  naval necessities admit, *  bul I am only a pessimist about lhc  bad things wc have lo face and  overcome. I am an optimist and  always ha ve. been aboul our resources and the ultimate issue. More  energy, more alacrity, more determination arc whal I ask, not pessimism or optimism, but a courageous and balanced recognition bolh  of thc weak points and the strong  ones."  Twelve bread tickets for $1 al Joes.  EGG LAYING CONTEST  The Fourth International Egg  Laying Contest held by the Department of Agriculture at Victoria,  ended a few days ago, and Director  J. R.Terry has prepared, thc following summary of results:  Duration of contest (month) 12  No. Pens  40  No.   Birds         240  No. Eggs Laid   30,757  Value Eggs Laid ; $1,076.75  Cosl of Feeding      527.38  Profit over cost of feeding. . 540.37  Average price of eggs; doz.. 32.5c  A v. cost to produce doz. eggs 15.9c  Av. No. eggs laid per pen .. 993.9  A v. No. eggs laid per bird-.. 105.6  Av. cost of food per pen   (6  birds)         13.18.4  Av. cosl of food per bird.. 2.19  Profit over cosl of feed per  pen         13.73  Profit over cost of feed per  bird          2.23  Eggs   laid   bv   winning  pen  (Class One) light     1341  Av. per bird      223.5  Eggs   laid   by   winning   pen  (Class Two) heavy      1342  Av. per bird      223.6  CITY OF ENDERBY  PROPOSED   GRANT   IN   AID   OF  ENDERBY COTTAGE-HOSPITAL  NOTICE  PUPLIC NOTICE is hereby given  to the Electors of the Cily of Enderby lhal 1 require the presence of  thc said Electors at a POLL lo bc  held at the Cily Hall, Enderby, on  THURSDAY, the 13th day of January, 1916, for lhe purpose of ascertaining Iheir opinion as to the expediency or otherwise of making a  grant from thc civic revenues of  $35.00 per month for the purpose of  assisting in the maintenance of thc  Enderby Cottage Hospital.  The said poll will bc taken by  ballot on Ih'e-question "Aye or No"  whether said assistance shall bc  granted; and the said poll will bc  onen from 0 o'clock a. in. lill 7  o'clock p .in. -        , .   ������������������������������������������������������" *    ,  The persons entitilcd to vote at  such.poli will be such Electors as  are en titled*-to vote uponany by-law  for raising money upon.the credit  of thc municipality.    -  Given under mv hand al the Cily  Hall, Enderln\���������������������������B.C, this 6th day of  .lanuarv, 1916. '       -  GRAHAM. -ROSOMAN,  .   /    V Returning Officer.  Great  Heating  NOW     GOING     ON  In order to reduce our stock of Healing Sloves, we have pul  our entire slock on sale at���������������������������  TWENTY PER CENT, off REGULAR PRICES.  We arc headquarters for logging supplies of all kinds.  Mail orders receive our prompt and careful attention.  You can always get \yliat you want when you want it from  us at lhe lowest market prices.  Coal Oil, THREE GALLONS FOR ONE DOLLAR.  FultonHarowapeGdL  PLUMBING. HEATINGJINSMITHING  Thc magnificent exhibit of Canadian resources and products sent  to the San Francisco exposition by  Hon. Martin Burrell is to be moved  lo San DicgQ wherc it will go on advertising Canada.  CERTIFICATE OF TITLE  In thc Matter of the Land Registry  Act, re. Lot 20, Block 8, Map 211a,  City of Enderby,British Columbia  WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title No. 1157A to the  above mentioned property, issued  in Ihe names of Alexander Leslie  Fortune, Donald Mclntyrc and Robert Lambly, has been filed in this  office, Notice is Hereby Given that  I shall at the expiration of one  month from the date of the first  publication" hereof, issue a duplicate of the said.Certificate of "Title  unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  Kamloops,  B.C.,  this   13th   day "of  December, A. D.1915. ,       -������������������������������������������������������-,. '-'-.-.'V  C. H. ,DUNBAR; y,  i   *.-, . District.^Registrar.  if. V  Alitor 0^ -^  Endei^ in the Past Year's Business  ' Mr. J. W. Crehan, of the firm of Crehan, Martin & Co., chartered accountants, made the annual audit  of Enderby's accounts this week. At the close ofjlhe audit, Monday afternoon, he asked to meet the  members of "the Cily Council, when, in addition to placing before them certain suggestions looking to  securing legislation which would aid the ratepayers in the matter of lax payment and financing of the  municipal business, he read to them thc report made by him on thc present audit of the city's accounts.  II was his object in so doing, he said, to make sure there could be no misunderstanding on thc part ofthc  members in connection wilh thc financial statement submitted with the report.^ Mr. Crehan stated that  he was pleased lo find the position of Enderby so good.   His report speaks for'itself:  , Enderby, B. C, Jan. 3, 1916.  To His Worship thc Mayor and thc Aldermen of the Cily of Enderby:  Gentlemen:      This is to certify that wc have examined the books and records of the City for the  year ended Dec. 31, 1915, and attached hereto and forming part of this report you will find���������������������������  A.    Statement of Receipts and -..Expenditures,,    Two Perfect  Instruments  WE ARE RAFFLING TWO HIGH-  CLASS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS���������������������������  A   $300   EDISON   DISC   PHONOGRAPH,    AND    A    $150    GRAMO-..  PHONE.   Thc tickets arc $1 for the  Edison  machine  and  50c   for  thc  Gramophone.      We arc giving five  per. cent  of .,the  proceeds; to  the  Canadian Patriotic Fund. More.than  half of the tickets in each/machine  have already been sold, and the balV.  lance are going fast.   These inslru-  liuents can be secn-and:bcard at our  :  store, and wc would advise all those -  who contemplate buying; to. fiinkuy  sure-of; getting -theiritickctsiatian v-.  .c"arlyydate;y7"V, -V .^V-V^^^V^ X  ���������������������������.-'.'-We 'wjsh, also toycallr'attehtidn^thiV*  the extraordinary;.values'Sve far'etpf-">���������������������������*'-  ferihg ,.in\,rChiha\yarei,;an(l;jinisicab'  ihstrmiients.Vlh,-every line cifrried.  by iis you will find greater bargains  than. ever, were offered before in  Enderby.  ���������������������������j  ���������������������������"���������������������������s-jir.1  J. E. CRANE, Proprietor  NORTHERN OKANAGAN POULTRY ASSOCIATION'S  ANNUAL SHOW  WILL BE HELD IN ARMSTRONG  ON  WEDNESDAY    AND    THURSDAY  JAN.  19-20, 1916  Everything for Men  and Boys in Heavy  Suits, Sweaters and  Sweater Coats, Sox  & Overshoes, Wool  Caps and Mufflers,  Woolen Overshirts  & Underwear, Shoe  Packs, Gloves and  Mitts, Neckwear &  Headgear. Come in  and inspect the lines  we carry.   .  B. Slalemenl' of Assets and Liabilities,  C. Schedule of Bonded Indebtedness, giving full particulars of your bonded debt,  I).    School  Trustees  Account.  Slalemenl of Receipts and Expenditure speaks for itself, all expenditure   being   duly   authorized  and vouched, all receipts being duly accounted. * "'.**���������������������������  Assehs and Liabilities.   You have liquid assets in the form of arrears  of  taxes,  water  rates,  etc.,  amounting lo Ihe sum of *......    $12,743.23  Cash   ..........................................................'.-.-..... ...__J,606.86  giving a total of   ._._. . ...__. _ . ._.��������������������������� . . ._. SL _.'-._. . .^ ... ._- .��������������������������� 14735^09..,'    _4,350.09_  7ufd"7youT IifdiilificsVircTis follows!        ,  ��������������������������� ~' "** ~~~~  Bank, Bills Pavahle  .   5,400.00  Sinking l-u'nds nol deposited *.    8,314.20       13,711.20  leaving, if all wore collecled, a surplus, of   '        646.89  Schedule of Bonded Indebtedness discloses the total amount of annual   interest   and   sinking   funds  lo he provided namely:  Annual interest  5,739.92  Annual Sinking Funds ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������   3,096.93  Total ���������������������������. Y....   "87836.85  The present amount at credit of Sinking Funds, including the $125 out on mortgage,'is $12,209.37  and the amount required i.s $20,523.57, or a balance of $8,314.20, which should be deposited as soon as  possible, as this i.s a material factor in considering Ihe credit of thc Cily.  General Administration. During thc year jusl closed, the Council has reduced this cost (including  School Board accounts and excluding interest on debentures and sinking funds) by the amount of  $0,006. iO. '  Receipts.    Tax Receipts including arrears amounted to      $15,226.29.  while in 1!)1 I Ihey amounted .to        10,536.62  or a difference of        4~G81Ui7  whereas the General Receipts, including water, during 1914 amounted to    10,299.58  and in 1915 lo ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   8,646.82  or a decrease of   leaving you ihe sum of    W. J. Woods    1,652.76    3,036.91  to, apply on 1914 liabilities, and in lhis manner reduced your liabilities from the end of 1914 to the present  by $8,216.31, as well as paying your current expenditure for 1915.  Cash and Bank Balance. The cash on hand has been verified by actual count, and thc amount to  lhe City's credit in Ihe various bank accounts has been proved by comparison with the bank pass books  and Ihe amount to Ihe credit of Sinking Fund accounts has been verified by _ comparison with ��������������������������� the  Savings Hank pass books.  Yours respectfully, CREHAN, MARTIN & CO.,  Chartered   Accountants  and   Municipal Auditors.  PRIZE LISTS AN ENTRY FORMS  WILL BE READY IN A FEW DAYS  AND CAN BE OBTAINED BY APPLYING TO��������������������������� ���������������������������  MAT HASSEN,  Show Secretary,  Armstrong, B.C.  Cold Weather  Low Prices in Fresh  Meats  The best quality all the time.  For quarters  of beef or  sides  of  pork, you can't beat the prices we  quote for the quality we offer.  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  GRINDROD  GROCERY  We can save you money in  your purchases for the home  and can give you the best  brands on the market. Let  us have a trial order and we  will prove it to you.  H. TOMKINSON, Grindrod

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