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 .���������������������������  *   t  ?:7\  %  ?  ���������������������������_t-  Eriderby, B.C.; February 3, 1916  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 49; Whole No." 413  News Notes of Enderby and District  Briefly. Told for: Busy Readers  Good morning! Have you noticed  how few flies have been in the butter lately?.  CANCELLED���������������������������A -phone message  received from' the Rev. D. A.-Halt  Wednesday evening stated lhat the  Alfred High has been transfercd  from thc Vernon camp to the 102nd  Baltallion C. E. F,, and expects to  go to-Comox, where the Battalion  is stationed, within thc next .two  weeks.  A hard-times masquerade ball  boat service on Okanagan Lake has will'bc given in Mara Hall, Friday,  been discontinued owing to the lake-Feb!' 11th, in aid of the1 hall fund  being .frozen, over, and that Mr.  Hatt will not be able to get to Enderby for the Drunimond recital  ������������������������������������������������������ which was to have been given in K.  of P.. Hall this (Thursday) evening  in aid of the Red Cross Fund. ,  ��������������������������� a t_  <   Mrs. Frederickson returned from  Chase on Saturda^.   -  L-*   Miss  Lucille - Barrows  returned  . from Sicamous Monday.        7'  V-Mi\and Mrs.-A. E, Johnston're-.  ..turned'.roni,Nelson Saturday.,  '-.-. "'-  -: "During February, another 20,000  Canadian troops will leave tor. the  -front.' r . .     * V   --    v -.   -,..  -   MiV;li. E. C,Harris; left Monday  "for.^Kamloops to enlist for Overseas  .service'.; Y       r *-       . "' ���������������������������      -,**''  "'   Mr. and Mrs. J. Henderson, and  children will leave today for Can-  ford, in Nicola Valley.  Harry Baxter came in' Saturday  from the coast on a visit to his parents for a few weeks.  Now that the worst is oyer*", even  thc novice can see many" ways in  which il might have been worse  _ Late reports from the Cottage  Hospital indicate that Rev. Mr. Dow  is showing satisfactory improve:  ment. - < .  The opening of- thc Red Cross tea  room Tuesday afternoon was well  patronized and proved an entire  success.  A-regular Mara good time is promised all who attend. . Any extra  finery, will be-fined.  Okanagan lake is nearly frozen  over" and the C-P.--R. boats are ex:  periencing,great difficulty in keeping a channel open as far south as  Summerland. .Beyond lhat point to  Penticton the lake is solid.      V    -  7 All patrons of the Union Bank are  "urged to close their accounts before  the;15th;of-July. After "that, date",-  all 7accounts not closed Lwilllbe  , transferred-to Vernon,-- "where.-application must tbe made' for any information relating thereto.;.,., ' 7 ,  _ ''According to the weather records  al Victoria this is-thc coldest.spell  of winter,"weather" experienced in  the Province since. 1893. "In that  year "thousands - of head of cattle  perished in" the open on the big  slock ranches in the Similkameen.  Mr."A*. Fulton ancl force have Been  kept so' busily on the-track of Jack  Frost therpast week that a change  of "ad" copy has not. been forthcoming.- They still have time between pipes to fix you up with thc  best heating "stoves on the market,  and to supply logging camp equipment.      -������������������������������������������������������.-��������������������������� f  "A'whist drive will be, held in K.  of P. Hall on the evening of Feb.  8lh in aid of thc Enderby Cottage  Hospital.   Funds are badly needed  JLmasaucrade.ball.will bejield in by the hospital board for this com-  the Opera House on the evening of nrardableVnstitutionrand-iKsMhc  Never mind: it is worth getting  your fingers and toes nipped, and  all these -weeks of stoking to keep  Jack Frost on the" run," to have some  below Winnipeg weather lo talk  about for the next twenty ycars.  Friday evening Armstrong's team  of senior hockey players will play  the Enderby team at the Mann rink.  This is the first senior game of the"  season and promises lo be one of  sensational stunts and fast going."   ,  It's a great game the Allies are  playing in ihe Balkans. The next  thing we may expect-to hear is that  the King of Greece has gone to  Paris the guest of the French Government lo keep therking.of Monte,  negro from getting* homesick.  The Misses. Davics desire to thank  the "following "donors for "contributions .to the-needs "of the Cottage  Hospital: Mr.'Da'vid Dondoneau,'  chicken and eggs; Mrs. Reeves, Mrs".  Warwick, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. "English,-Mrs. Hartry and Mrs. S. Poison,  linen';*" Mr.V"Graharri,;.4pap'ei_VMrsr  'GrcyeU/V^pa^ersf^-MrsVI-fPfqctbiv  cnions'.V V V\.-. 7-W - ~:-Y'- ":**-���������������������������  Business Men Ask Council to Rescind-  Unpopular. Thursday-Closing By-law.  February 14th in aid of the Red  Cross Fund.  Philip H. Erant, Box 197, Penticton, wants to get in touch with  persons about Enderby who have a  ranch for sale.  J.t. Logan and Lt. Hatcher, ollicers in. the Vernon camp, went to  Winnipeg this week to. take full  training in the military school.  A meeting will be held on Feb.  22nd at T. Sk.-rmes* ranch, Grindrod. Practical demonstration in  buttermaking and stock judging.  In a hotly-contested hockey game  at the rink Saturday evening the  Enderby junior team won from the  Armstrong boys by a score of 3-0.  Radium is now worth $9,000,000  a pound. A pound or two in your  vest pocket would mitigate against  the shortage in the wood pile, some.  The Provincial police force of  Enderby. was'augmented by the arrival this week at the home of Constable and Mrs. Patten of a sturdy  son.  See the first reels to be shown on  Friday and Saturday evenings at  the Opera House of that great Pick-  ford drama, "The Diamond from  the Sky."  Mr. H. E. Blanchard returned to  Enderby from Vanderhoof this  week and will remain until the cold  weather of winter is over. He reports it 55 below at Vanderhoof  when he left.  Afternoon tea and other light refreshments served al Joe's.  hope of those having in hand the  project,that the whist drive will be  given the support it so richly deserves.  An exceptionally well-balanced  program will bc given at the Opera  House Friday and Saturday evenings. In all eight reels will be  shown: 3 of .The Diamond.from'thc  Sky, 2 Master Key, 1 Loko Comedy,  with Peggy Pcarce and, Dick Smith  the slars, 1 Nestor comedy, and 1  Animated Weekly. A double show  al the regular single show price.  The.. Enderby public school was"  closed last Thursday owing lo thc  water supply and drainage system  freezing up. , It was discovered that  in the process of levelling the  school ground the water pipes and  drains were left with only a foot of  earth covering them, and the continuous cold spell was more than  the service could stand. Work on  the pipes thc past week has overcome the difficulty," and* school will  bc resumed this morning.  .Mrs. Rosamonde Bigge has written;-a delightful' child's story entitled "The Silver Dove," which is  leaving the Walker Press this week.  The brochure is to be sold by the  ladies of the Red Cross in aid of the  Red Cross Fund. The story is  beautifully written and wc have endeavored to carry out lhe high tone  of the authoress' note in the printing and binding. "The Silver Dove"  has a message that will bc appreciated by every child, and lhe parent  of every child who reads it, or to  1 whom it is read.  7SKILLED  WORKMEN /WANTED  .Notice "is giveri'.lhrou'gli tlie "municipal heads of thc various - towns  "and cities-in. the Province, by, the  O.'C. of the Gth Field Company Canadian- Engineers, lhat orders have  been .issued for the recruiting "of  150 men for Overseas Service. The  following* trades are particularly  required:, carpenters, plumbers,  electricians and men who can ride.  Also civil engineers, mining engineers, surveyors, architects, etc.,- or  any skilled workman of other  trades. .-'.'.  Thc requirements are as follows:  Height, 5-ft. 4-in.; chest measurement, 33-in., if over 30 years of age  34-in. expanded; heart and lungs  must    be    sound;    hearing   good;  The first business" meeting of the  1916 City Council was held Monday  evening. His Worship the -Mayor  in the chair,- and Aldermen Faulkner, Nichol, Fell and Sharpe, with  the Cily Clerk, around the table.  Aldermen Faulkner and Pell presented to the Council statutory declarations of qualifications and were  duly, sworn in. " '   ,   ^  After the reading of the minutes  the", matter of organizing a' branch  of the Returned Soldiers' Aid Commission in "Enderby was- taken up,  and on motion of Aid..Faulkner and  Aid. Pell .consideration was postponed, until - the'next- regular "-meeting of the Council.7 . ; y ' .'_" y;  -:   The. following petition was read:',  To His -Worship the Mayor" and "Al-  ". dermen-of. lire- City .of Enderby:.  - -We., thc undersigned,^merchants  ot Ahc- City yof.Eriderby, /hereby, "re.-.  sp"ecti'u'.llyVrequest-'- ybu'-'to^ repeal**  Bylaws "-numbered j81.'and ,89,*^beihg*  the .'Shops > Regulation'* ;ByVaw/_ and  Amending"-;Bylaw '.thereto*; -*"having  come to ah agreement to ^voluntarily  close Von'..Thursday ', afternoons.  Signed * by, "Enderby-Hardware,', Co.;  Dill' Bros.; S., H.v Speers,' ."GeoV.R;  Sharpe, " Polsbri Mercantile" *" Co.,  Fulton Hardware Co., J.- E. Crane,  Geo. Radford, Enderby " Growers*'  Association, W. J. Woods, and Enderby Supply Company.   .        -���������������������������   ..  - The Clerk was instructed to'draw  up a bylaw to give effect to the:re-'  quest of the petitioners...  Mayor Dill reported that from 20  tOr25 water services had been cutV  off'by, the exceptionally cold weather" prevailing   during   the   past  fortnight.    Efforts had been made .'  i ���������������������������  and^were being continued to get-a* ^  pipe-thawing machine,  but it had S  been  impossible,  and  he  did   not   -*  believe  such-a machine  could, be." "  shipped from. the / factory - to reach":,  here in .time to lie of service this-;  winter.   -He strongly urged that- a>/--.  thawing  machine   should  bevpur-V"'  chased before another winter *._efs  in. ,.Thc question of "keeping the V.  fire hydrants from freezingwas also,  discussed at length, and' if waslde- V  cide'd-tp-make the "experiment with-'..*  onerhydrant 'of   keeping-a ".'small,.'""  *v|  sets,- ini.'every  ,' MiydrantV-must^^beUVs^^f?!  boxed ana packed, withrprotective-^c_.;^%sS3*;l  material.- .^ _-v :-..-r _.;-, -,*-.'.--   - ������������������f?Sv.x~<Z~S&_A  ."%.-������������������������������������������������������.-       ,,_V-,-A '      '     , '-'-     ''-'���������������������������       ���������������������������-���������������������������'���������������������������        -;"-"*-">' -���������������������������^..^.Tl? "31  '-?y F.REAKY7WEATHER ���������������������������  l-_"_l  r   As an indication of how freaky  the cold snap has been the past few."  .weeks, it might bc,mentioned that-  on'Sunday/.Jan..'22nd, when  this -  section of the .Okanagan "was exper-.-.  icnciiig the* bitter cold.of atypical -  blizzard,- -at-Kaslo," which, is .just  Formal notice was received froml southeast" of-us about.80 miles as .  the solicitors for the Western Canada Telephone Company, Vancouver, staling lhat the company was  aboul to, make- application to thc  Dominion Government to-havc.their  company changed'.from a Provincial to a Dominion concern.  A letter was "read" from,Mr. T. J.  Thomas, staling that at a meeting  of representatives from New West-  _pecGh^vUhouUJmpcdimcat._JEliir^-niinster^  ture,varicocele, hemorrhoids, varix  malformation of joints of limbs,  toes and feet and hands,'squint or  any morbid condition of the eyes  or lids,will disqualify,- To pass the  eye test candidates must be able, to  read 1-in. letters at a distance of  20 feet, with bolh eyes, or, better  still, with each eye.  If confident that you can pass the  above examination, apply lo thc  nearest army doctor for examinalion. If successful in passing the  same the medical ollicer will forward your attestation papers and  medical history sheet to the officer  commanding. Transportation will  then be forwarded for journey to  Vancouver.  SUCCESSFUL WHIST DRIVE  One hundred people attended-.the  whist drive and dance given in. K.  P. Hall last Friday evening by. the  ladies of the Enderby Tobacco  Fund, and all attending pronounced  it one of'the greatest successes.x At  35c admission fee the affair netted  $30 for the Fund. The .refreshments were exceptionally good, and  the evening's playing and social  dance which followed, were greatly  enjoyed. Miss M, Mowat won thc  1st lady's prize, and Miss Carry  Hassard 2nd. Mr. Wm. Poison look  the 1st gentleman's, and Mr. Harry  Farmer 2nd.  Married���������������������������In St. George's Church,  Enderby, Thursday afternoon, Jan. 27,  1916, Miss Loggin to Mr. Reginald Had-  dow, Rev. Mr. King officiating.  Coquillam District, Richmond and  Surrey municipalities, to consider  mailers arising out of thc above  application for a Dominion charter,  the clauses of which would bc practically identical with those in lhe  Provincial Act, il was agreed that  this was the opportune time lo obtain redress of thc disabilities and  disadvantages binder which ~ Ihe  municipalities of British Columbia  labored owing lo the almost unlimited powers enjoyed by the British  Columbia Telephone Co., which is  now seeking a Dominion charier  under the name of "Western. 'Canada*-Telephone Co.," and that ample  provision should be made in the  proposed bill for municipal control  of such matters, and also as to regulation of rales; further stating that  as secretary of the meeting, ho.was  instructed lo write all municipalities on the Mainland-with--a view  of obtaining combined action to  press upon thc Dominion parliament the necessity of amending the  proposed bill, curtailing the power  sought by the company and providing control as above suggested,  each municipality to prepare a  statement of grievances and "forward same lo its member in'thc Dominion parliament, and to send a  copy of such statement to the  Union of Canadian Municipalities.  It was decided on motion of Aid.  Pell and Aid. Nichol lo join in thc  action proposed.  The lender of A. M. Baird for 15  cords of wood al ������������������2.80 per cord,  was duly accepted.  thc;-crow  flies,- the *Kootenain.,re-'  ports-the warmest January-day "in-  the history of'the place:   Thc sidewalks were swept slick and\clea;V  of two" feet of snow, and snowslidcs"  camc down the mountain' sides in  all directions, blocking railway and  .other traffic.   That must be .where *  our January thaw got side-tracked.  In  this* part of the .Okanagan"we  have not-had.enoiigh_warmlwc,ather  -',>l  to make.a crust on the snow, and it  lies as light and flaky as when it  fell, the lasl week in December. -  FOSTERS WEATHER REPORT  Foster's weather report under  date of January 29lh, indicates a  warm wave will cross the continent  during thc week centering on-Feb.���������������������������  Gth, hitting the. Pacific coast the  Sth, central valleys on the 10th, and  eastern seclion the 12th. A quick  rise in temperature may bc looked  for within thc next week. A very  severe storm is expected during the  week centering on February 10th,  and Foster's weather report says,  il will be of such importance that  Ave give this long in advance warning. II will be a very severe blizzard and much suffering, may- be  avoided by being well prepared for  it. It will affect lhe ...whole.-continent." As only lhc aftermath of  such storms arc felt in lhe Okana-.;  gah, it is possible we' shall experience nothing more than lhc lowering of temperature,  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND  Enderby Branch  The   treasurer  of  the  Canadian  Patriotic Fund announces the  following donations in January:  C.   B,  Winter ������������������10.00  Miss Rcatlie         2.00  Argan Singh       -5.00  Who would sit on a soap box  when comfortable chairs are to be  had at 75c at McPherson's. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, February 3, 1916  dies- where will he  .������������������go? Heaven would I'  bore him to death  iji  while in hell there j  isn't a corned smcdl '  enough forjiim to  crawl into  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.    Cuntract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY _, 1910  JACK FROST LOGIC  lo produce 'sufficient quantities to induce buyers  to come to them or to seek them out.  There is abundant proof* lhat Canada has already entered upon a period of great, permanent  prosperity. In a recent issue of lhc Wall Street  Journal, Clarence W. Barren, declares that  "Canada in lhe nexl thirly years will grow more  lhan any other part of lhe Norlh American conli-  ncnt has grown in any Ihirly years." Here are  some of the reasons why there will be this Ire-  1 mendoLis growlh:  Canada stands fourth among llie whcal-pror  ducing nations of lhc world. The yield of lhc  Uniled States is 1,000,000,000 bushels, lhal of  Russia, 920,000,000; India, 300,000,000, and lhal  of Canada, 3:50,258,000.  Canada lakes this high place wilh a total population of 8,000,000. And it is important lhat we  keep population in mind when making estimates  and. comparisons.  In lhe mailer of oats, CanadVs yield is 481.-  035,500 bushels, ol' which 3();;,CS0.000 bushels  were produced in thc western prc.vinees.  Thc wheat crop is 42 bushels per head of population, as compared wilh 10 bushels per head in-  lhe Uniled Slates.  Last year's crop yield is the equivalent of at  least Iwo ordinary years.   Keep lhis fact in mind.  Here is another fact of un mis Saleable signili-  cancc: The three Irans-eonlinenlal Canadian railways have been hauling since Sept. 1st a I lhe  rale of 4,000 cars more a week lhan a year ago.  Then add lhis: Bank clearing returns in Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Rcgina and other important commercial centres have increased from  17 per cent lo 54 per cent.  'j he slcei trades arc booming. In fact, in ever-/  line of manufacturing in lhe East Canadian cen  tres business is booming.  Some years ago the people.of Los Angeles, Cal.,  refused lo admit lhal il was ever .cold there.   And  thousands of houses were build lo live in without  a chimney.   It was a sort of fad.   Thc'gas range  in thc kitchen, and gas logs buill inlo lhe wall to  represent a lire-place, Were'the only means of  heating lhc houses.    This fad.lived some years.  And while il lasted, there was more real sull'ering  and inconvenience among Ihc.househoulders lhan  had Ihey lived in lhe arctic.   While it i.s true lhat  lhe winters in  that part of California are very  mild, there are days when, until say 10 o'clock in  the morning, lhere is need of more lhan gas-log  healing in the homes.   And loday, the homes of  even lhe poor in Los Angeles are buill to wilh-  sland lhe cold weather is substantially as are the  homes of ihe residents of thc Okanagan.    Thc  people of the Angel City are prepared lo admil  now that they do have some frosty wealhcr.-And,  once admitted, they arrange lo keep warm while  lhe frosty weather lasts.  We of the Okanagan can well all'ord lo take a  leaf out of California's book of experience.   For  seme years we have endeavored lo convince our-  r=selves^an(i-=lhc-^resH-^ol^Ganac!u-^lh.aHiereT"iii"lhc-  California of Canada, our winters are so mild thai  any preparation for Ihem  i.s unnecessary.    Our  residences and business blocks are. for lhe mosl  part erecLed so llimsily  that they provide very  small    protection    againsl    anything    like   zero  weather.    True,  in  ordinary' winters,  lhe  llier-  momeLcr will regisler below zero nol more lhan a  few days.   Bul what we are prone lo class as extraordinary winters, come quite frequently, when  zero, and even 20 and 30 below,-will be recorded.  This winler has been lhe mosl severe lhat we  have known in British Columbia in twenty years.  Every day during lhe month of January has witnessed a drop lo zero al some hour (luring Lhc j   < .        m  twenty-four, and occasionally as low as 20 and ;}<)i,uo,,t"  lll(*  bclow has been registered.    Willi only a ballon  between llie bed and lhe out-of-doors, as has been  lhe case of many, winler life in lhe Okanagan becomes a burden.   Wood piles disappear in a nighl.  If we were properly prepared lo meel lhe requirements of any ordinary Canadian winler, life  in lhe Okanagan during lhis exhileraling season  could be made ideal.    The bright sunshine, and  days and nighls free from penetrating winds and  driving sleet, should all'ord all kinds of opportunity for enjoyment.   Bul under existing condilions, when il becomes a. battle, to keep alive and  warm,   there is  no  lime  for  lhe  many  winler  pleasures.   And it cannot well be otherwise while  we prepare to meet California winters instead of  Canadian winters.  The Held crops of Canada lhis year arc greater  than in any year since Confederation.  The savings of lhe Canadian people are greater  lhan in any period since Confederation.  The position of thc chartered banks is.stronger  than in any period since Confederation.  More mills, factories, machine shops and foundries throughout Canada are being operated 21  hours a day lhan in any other year since Confederation.  The United States has a plethora of gold seeking investment. Already New York has purchased millions of dollars worth of Canadian securities and has millions of dollars ,of gold foi  future purchases.  Thc anomaly of the present situation is that  while Canada played no part* in the events that  precipitated the European war, she will be the  innocent beneficiary.  It might bc added that Canada is to-day producing more of what it is consuming and exporting more agricultural and manufactured products  than any lime since Canfcderalion.  FOURTEENTH WESTERN BRIGADE  Thc 47th Battalion, which was stationed at  Vernon last .summer, and while there established  lhat newsy camp paper, lhe Weekly Chronicle, is  now in training at Branishott, Eng., and there  Ihey are continuing thc publication of Iheir interesting journal. In lhe New Year number the  Chronicle says:  "We are now brigaded with other Western  units���������������������������lhc 44lh, lhe 4Glh and the 50lh���������������������������as the  1-llh Western Canadians, so that in future our  friends al home will know lhat when lhc 14th  Western Brigade is mentioned, that we are in il or  .thereabouts.      _        "Wc care nol where wc go; wre arc ready, aye  ready, lo'go where we arc sent. We have no  complaints, always excepting lhc personal grievances without which a regiment would be of no  use; kicking is our privilege, and we indulge in il  lo our head's content, same as lhc rest; but, like  beauty, it is only skin dec)), and the kick of loday  is often limes buried on lhe morrow, never lo be  resurrected. " * ' And now the hardest  pari comes. Wc built up a reserve in Vernon for  the continuance of our paper; lhis reserve is now  aboul entirely gone, and il is doubtful if we can  continue. Advertising is the IH'c and being of a  paper; a paper cannol exist on its weekly sales  expenses of production are as great  here, as in Canada, bul we lack lhe advertising.  Wc have never made an appeal before; we have  run lhe paper on ils own. We were inundated  with prophecies lhal we would run inlo debt, bul  this we do nol intend lo do."  LOOK TO THYSELF  KEEP AN EYE ON THESE FACTS  No mailer how dark the hour before lhe dawn  tlie day opens brighl and clear. Perhaps in some  particular sections of Canada these war limes are  nol as cheerful as in others. Nevertheless, i.s lhere  room for complaint? The man or Ihe commimily having something lo sell does nol have to  look far for a  buvcr.    The trouble is wilh  lhe  True and lasting hcallh, peace and salvation can  only come to any individual through his being  awakened by the Spirit of Truth, and through accepting and entering inlo lhc Truth for himself,  thus bringing into expression and manifestation  in his life and affairs lhe righteousness of God.  It is a very greal sin for one individual to seel-  in any way lo mentally control another, thus  robbing lhe other of his inherent right to be  strong, reliant and master of himself. Wc would  nol if we could compel people, to do what wc believe lo be right. This would make them nonentities'���������������������������good for nothing.���������������������������Unity Magazine.  is  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  SA VE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NO W.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. &**,  King Edward  **mvm<m_B--mw3_^_mB-X-_--W-i_-W-U-m_W-XW--mxwm  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  Enderby  KingEdwardHotel, Pprop^URPHY  The Dominion' law against the selling of  butter without the' words "Dairy Butter" or  "CreameryButter"���������������������������as thc case may be���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap,'" is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer."' In tlie first place, if his Butter  wrappers are licatly printed with his name and  the brand of the butter on thc label, the storekeepers can readily sell the butter at 5c a pound  more lhan he can get for butter wrapped in paper  that is nol printed, and the butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant.  II is the duty of every butter maker to comply with the law in this matter.. Some butter  makers have only a cow or twro, and make so little  butter that it does not appear to them that they  can afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  butter wraps on hand. To accommodate tliis  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,  4hcse-wrappers-filHhc--rcquircmchts-olL-the-law-  governing this point, and can be bought in small .  quantities at thc rale of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not rcpuire butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  In lots cf 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press  asamm  a  men or communities themselves.    They neglect   tise.���������������������������Elberl Hubbard.  MUMMY  1. An unobjectionable parly whose motives  Lire nol qticslioncd. 2. One who" h. nol. in business  for his health.     'A. Any one who does not adver-  Customer's Own Material Made  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  0. K.������������������������������������,_, ���������������������������  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  E. J. Mack  j; Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ��������������������������� ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  <���������������������������  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year /������������������  Thursday, February 3, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  )  Ifiifr told Ibis f roublfs  Tn summer time the heat might be  The kind that forces you and me  To tell how "yesterday at noon  It seemed as if aman would swoon!"  In winter lime the bitter cold  Might grip his nose and cars, and hold  His fingers, too, but like a saint  Hc never even made complaint-  He never told his troubles.  His business went all awry;  His fondest hopes were knocked sky high;  Competitors got all his trade,  Hc lost'what little he had made;  But though neck-deep in pressing debts  And other sorts, of fears and frets,  With creditors about to sue,  He never seemed thc least bit blue���������������������������  Hc never told his troubles.  "'  .4 '���������������������������  ���������������������������  e  Today he sleeps his, last long sleep  Wherc drooping willows sadly weep,"  But, 0, the sunshine seems to love  To send its gold down from above,  And with its rare cllliilgchcc limn  Thc stone erected over him;  A wondrous epitaph, indeed,   ..?  Is this which many come to read:  "He never told his troubles!"  ���������������������������Wilbur.D. Nesbitt.  the Entente.   There is no reason why.it should  not be.   The right of a fringe of Europe lo keep  itself out of the disaster which has overtaken the  major part of lhe continent is dubious.   The niusl  highly civilized section of the world is in agony  and distress.   The agony is so great, thc nx^cd so  tremendous, that scrupulous regard for the precise rights, for the happiness and comforts of  folk who have not thus far been drawn into the  disaster, is not to be consulted at all.   Otherwise  it would be like a- steam roller considering that a  snail was in its path, and for that reason either  stopping in its progress or trying to go over a  ditch.   Europe is in a cataclysm trying to readjust  itself.   Small and favored parts of Europe, such  as are contained in Scandinavia, Holland, Switzerland, etc., have escaped disaster, but lhat is merely their good fortune.   Thc right of any people  to be immune in this struggle is not distinct. Too  much ol' the whole fortune of thc human race is  being tested.   Principles of fairness and humanity have ceased for the time to exist and control.  Need commands.   It must bc obeyed.   Thc mistake of the Germans in Belgium was not the  disregard of Belgium's neutrality, but thc sophistry regarding the disregard; not thc traversing  and use of the country, but thc application of  harsh military rules to an outraged nalion.  GET SOMEBODY'S ANGORA  "Most parts of Canada where live stock production prevails arc suitable to the raising of Angora  goats, especially if thc land is high and dry. the  greater, part of the year. They will withstand the  rigor of even the coldest winter and do nol require any greater shelter than a shed to protect  them1 from wind and storm, providing a sufli-  cient quantity of nutritious food and pure water  are supplied. The Angora performs .a two-fold  service in the Canadian scheme of farming. It  produces a high-grade .mohair and at thc same  time may be usccl for thc destruction of underbrush on lands to be broken for subsequent cuk  tivation." Such is one of the opening paragraphs  .of Pamphlet No. 12 of the sheep and goat division  of thc Live Stock Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa. The pamphlet may bc had free of  cost aiicl postage prepaid, on application .to the  Department. It gives a brief sketch of the origin  and. history of thc Angora goat, which from being  :a native of Turkey in Asia has travelled somewhat  extensively into South Africa, is fairly well known  in the United Slates and nol as well known in  Canada as desirable. Mohair, of which Turkey; hi  times of peace, supplies 10,000,000 pounds annually, South Africa 15,000,000 pounds, and the rest  of'the world 6,000,000, is' the technical nanie  given thc hair of lhc Angora. This, with a vast  deal more information aboul this particularly  uscfubgoat, is furnished in thc pamphlet. Nature  and thc necessary treatment for breeding; and  raising arc set forth with details of market possibilities, of shearing, of grading, and of preparation for shipment. Extracts from letters written  by successful breeders in Canada and the United  States telling of Iheir experience are printed, as  well as some account of the complaints lo which  the animals arc occasionally subject, with advice  as to preventatives and remedies.  SMOKE THIS  An editor in one Colorado lown asked the  editor in a neighboring lown for an article explaining why one town can be the best, and this  is wha the received in reply:  "Your town is the best town in the world  if everybody in it only thinks so, and thinks hard  enough. It all rcsls with the individual. If every  'man is convinced lhat it is thc best, he is bound lo  make it thc best. With each individual of the  same mind it is difficult to retard lhe progress of  that town and that community in which it is  located.  "On the other hand, if a majority of a town's  people nurture the opinion that their town is the  worst, and sympathize with themselves for having to live in such a place,'you can make up yoiir  mind that if it isn't the worst place on earth now  it soon will be, for no town can thrive under the  blighting influence of that feeling.  "No town is better than thc people who compose its population. It rellecls the nature of lhc  individuals residing within its confines just as accurately as the looking glass into which they  gaze. If misery is within them it is shown on the  countenance reflected in the glass; if a town's  citizens think misery, their town will bc a miserable place just as surely as darkness follows,day.  "As a man thinketh, so is hc.  "As a town thinketh; so it is. No better uor.no  worse than its people think."  GREECE'S IMPOSSIBLE POSITION  The king of Greece is indignant, helpless, practical and in an emergency becomes a democrat.  Royalty in a small nation in Europe in these days  wears overalls, or. at least, a sack coat, and not the  purple and fine linen. Greece, supremely desirous  of only one thing���������������������������to come through the war intact without having been in it���������������������������is being sacrificed  to the exigencies of the groat powers grouped in  MAKING OF A LIVE TOWN AND A DEAD ONE  ' An Iowa farmer makes, this confession: "Twenty-nine ycars ago I began my farm career. I had  an old'team and $50. Our furniture was mostly  home-made���������������������������chairs, cupboard and lounge made  from dry goods boxes, neatly covered with 10c  cretonne by my girl wife; Wc rented eighty  acres. Being a boy of good habits I got all needed  machinery and groceries of "our home merchants  on credit, until fall crops were sold. The first  year was a wet season and I did not make enough  to pay creditors. I went, lo each on dale of promise, and explained conditions, paying as much as  possible, and Ihcy all carried balance over another  year. They continued to accommodate mc until  I was able to buy a forty-acre piece of my own.  "As soon as 1 owned these few acres the mailorder houses began sending mc catalogues, and  gradually I began sending. my loose, change to  them, letting my accounts stand in my home town  -where I had gotten my accommodation when I  needed, it.      *. "..'*,'���������������������������  ' "Wc then had one of the thriftiest little villages  in thc state; a good line of business in all lhe  branches;' merchanls who-were willing to-help.an  honest fellow over a bail year, and a town full "of  people who came twice a week to trade and visit.  Our little country, town supporlcd���������������������������a library, high  school, band, ball team, and wc had big celebrations every year. , ,  "A farm near a live town soon doubles in. value.  I sold, my forty acres a I a big advance and bough I  an-eighty, gradually adding to it until I had 200  acres of the best land in Iowa. I Ihen fell no need  of asking favors, and found it.easy lo patronize  the mail-order agents that came almost weekly to  our door. I regret to say that I was the first in thc  country to'make up a neighborhood bill and send  it to a mail-order house. Though we got bit every  once in a while we got thc habit of sending away  for stuff.  "Gradually our merchants lessened their stock  of goods���������������������������for lack of,patronage. Finally we began to realize that when wc needed a bolt quickly  for machinery, cr clothing for sickness or death.,  wc had to wail and send away for it, which wasn't  pleasant. One by one our merchants moved to  places^whcrc=thcy^wcrc^api)reciatc(hand-imen-of  less energy moved in. Unlike the merchants of  earlier days, they did not advertise their wares,  and were indill'ercnl as to business. Gradually  our town has gone down, our business houses are  'tacky' in appearance, a number are empty, our  schools, churches and walks arc going down, we  have no band, no library, no ball learn. There is  no business done in town and ..-therefore no taxes  toiJcccp^thingsvup.s.:Holei is__cl������������������_^������������������cL_ife__^_^li___^j_i<lil  travel. Go down to the depot when flic freight  pulls in and you will see the sequel in mail-order  packages.  "Nine years ago my farm was worth $105 an  acre; loday I'd have a hard mailer lo sell il at  ,1160 an acre. It is loo far from a live town, so  every farmer has said lhal wants lo buy. He  wanls a place near schools, churches, elc, where  his children can have advantages. I have awakened to the fact lhal in. helping lo pull lhc town  down, it has cost mc $5,600 in nine years."  'The sequence of the above summary of an  aclual experience is lhat lhc mtrchanU must pul  themselves in a position to command the support  of lhc farmer, by advertising Iheir wares and  otherwise showing lhe farmer thai il. is .to'his advantage lo patronize the home dealer, nol'simply  lo make a live town and thus increase the price of  farm land in the vicinity, but actually on- the  merits of good busme.s and progressive methods.  There never was a ciead town thai cannot1 charge  its dead condition up, directly or indirectly, to tlie  fact that the merchants in il are dead.  - wi  Vs*-"-!  iS?'"1.-.  Ms*  This Book helped me  improve my Farm.  It is the most valuable, book I own  and it cost me nothing.  It has saved me time, labor and money and  I've got better looking, more durable and  more serviceable buildings than I ever  had before.  The first coat of concrete/farm improvements is also  the last coat. There's no after expense for paint or  repairs���������������������������no c>:nger from fire, rot or rust���������������������������no troubfc of  any kind. Besides they lower the insurance rate.  If you haven't a copy of "What the Farmer can do  with Concrete", send for one'today. There's more  than 150 pnifei of valuable building information, 52 practical plana,  illustrated by diagrams and photograph), and dozens ol other  interesting farm facts.  A copy will be sent to you free of cnartfe,  immediately upon receipt of coupon below.  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED, H.r.UBU,.. Montreal  CUT OUT AND MAIL ������������������������������������������������������  CANADA CEMENTCOMPANT. LIMITED. HtraM BtiUiat, MONTREAL.  425   J?,f,l5,'e���������������������������'n:_','e,,e^eiMt.ms.* 'ree copy ?.'       A.  Nam*   Street and  City.....::....  What Tbe Farmer Can Do With Concrete".  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AR   SHUBERT  Fnr   25-27 WEST AUSTIN A  . o. on*uppi\ ���������������������������, mc. Deptcss Chicago. v.s  The excellence of being one of a large family is  that at no time in childhood did you receive an  undue amount of attention.,  Who arc your friends?  who speak evil of you.  Why, to bc sure, they  Loving Jesus does not seem to interfere wilh  a lot of good people hating their friends like   SECRET SOCIETIES,  A.F.&A.  Endoihy I,oi!k- No. JO  Rrg.ilar ineetiiifr* first  Tliiir������������������lny on or after tin  full moon nt 8 p. in, in Odd-  f_lJows_ Hall. Visitinp  IrfeTlin-n oTjlMtnlljr-iiTvircii-'  E. WHEELER  W. M.  .JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No,35, K.of 1\  Meets every  Monday evening  i"'r>W������������������j5*������������������s;rj     in K.of I'. Hall.   Visitors cor-  ���������������������������V^KjKgfJ'-     diaily invited to atlenil.  R.-B.-" HARKINS. C. C.  "^SJ .   G. G. CAMPRHLI-, K.lt.S.  R. .1.00l-TART. M.F..  "*"**Hall siiitalilo forCorieertsr Dances andall jiubllr  entertainments.    For rates, ftc, iiddncn,  P. FRAVEL. Endnhy  ���������������������������Wirt* X r^r  ' PROFESSIONAL  p^"C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. .       Enderby, B.C.  M  iss ivwalter-hugiies,  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil for the past live'years oC Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc.,  Oxfor., und Miss Obcrhofrcr, L.R.  A.M. ,  Lessons on Pianofoi te and ih voice  Production and Musical Thc-ny.  For terms apply to Box 583, Citv.  C.  P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound  10.20 lv.  10.53  11.09  11.21  11.50  12.00  12.11  12.38  13.00  ir. w,  G. P.  ar.  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg.  Northbound  ar. 18.30  lv.  17.41  17.2-1  17.0S  16.38  10.28  16.15  15.48  15.30  BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  m\m Of COAL KG HEGULATIGNS  "(JonI mining rights of the Domin-  ion-iiiV\ianiiol)at^Sask-at_h_wan-and=  Alberla, tlie Yukon Territory, the  Norlhwcsi Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for u term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  tn) acre, Nol more than 2560 acres  will he leased lo one applicant.  ...Application for a lease musl be  made by the applicant in person to  thc Agent of sub-Agent of the dislrict in which rights applied for are  situated. -     ..   .   . .  In surveyed territory lhe land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be slaked out by  Ihe applicant himself.  Each application must hc accompanied by a fee of 85 which will bo  refunded if Ihe rights applied for  iire nol available, but nol otherwise.  A royally shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at Ihe  rate of live cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for thc full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay Ihe royally thereon.  If the coal mining rights are nol  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include thc coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may he permitted lo purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at Ihe rate of  $10^ an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  Ihe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  VV. VV. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication f  lhis advertisement will nol bc'paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Some small sides of  R. Sharpc's.  pork al Geo. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, February 3, 1916  British Boat a German Prize  AGRICULTURAL AIDS  PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL  With Ihe German naval ensign  Muttering from her stern and in  charge of a German prize crew, the  '.British South African liner Appani,  given up for lost, look refuge in  I lampion Roads Tuesday morning,  and brought word of seven vessels  destroyed by German sea raiders  oil' the African coast. The Appam  was caplured oil' the Canarv Islands j making  .1 W . -. i  on January 15th by a German raider  four days after she had sailed from  Dakar, British West Africa, for Plymouth, Eng. She had 450 passengers aboard, including German prisoners of war from West Africa, and  British Colonial ollicials.  Look al Ihe dale associated wilh  your illustrious name on lhis paper,  and if il shows your subscription  has expired, remember we'll like  awfully well to extend it another  year.  Renew your subscription for the  Press and'help keep the home paper  up lo Ihe minute.  WANT ADS  LOST���������������������������Red steer, 3 years old; branded  ft on right rump; $5 reward. W.  Lowes, Enderby.  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed   slriclly   fresh;  40c doz.    Mrs. E. Gray,  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-tf  CITY OF ENDERBY  Revision of Assessment Roll for  .Year lill6.  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first silling of lhe Annual Court of  Revision of the Municipality of thc  Cilv of Enderbv for Ihe year 1916,  will be held af lhc City Hall, Enderbv, on Wednesday, the lsl day of  March, I ill 6, at 7.30 o'clock p.m.,  for the purpose of hearing and determining complaints against the  assessment as made by llie Assessor,  and revising and correcting the  assessment roll.  Any person complaining against  the assessment may (1) personally,  or (2) by means of a written communication over his signature, or  (3) by a solicitor, or (4) by an  agent authorized by him in writing  lo appear on his behalf, come before Ihe said Courl and slate his*  case, and Ihe Courl may confirm or  correel Ihe assessment;  PROYDEI) he shall have given  notice in writing to the Assessor of  the ground of his complaint al least  ten <la.\s before 'lie dale of the said  fi ist silling of such Court.  Daled al the Cily Hall, Enderby,  lhis 27th dav of January, 1!)H>.  'GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,  Cilv  Clerk.  102nd Rati. 'fComox-A'tlihT"  C. E. F.  RECRUITS   WANTED  FOR OVERSEAS SERVICE  Ll.  Homer Dixon,  102nd B.itt.  C. E. F., will henl K11114 Edward  Hotel___.n_o_ _al.m������������������l__i____IJth.  Address, P.O. Box 002, Vernon  Farmers are ever alive lo add lo  their knowledge of farming and the  best methods lo pursue in getting  the mosl from Iheir land and to receive the best prices for their livestock. It has become an axiom with  British Columbia farmers to* farm  better, and with lhc idea of helping  them as much as possible to overcome the vexing problems .which  they have lo face the Provincial Department of Agricullurc has arranged'a series* of meetings to be  held in various parts of the Province, when the men of lhc Department will leclure on subjects of  vital inleresl.  Dairying, milk testing, and butter  will be laken up by T. A. F.  Wiancko, assistant Provincial dairy  instructor, who is one of the best-  known dairymen in Ihe Province.  S. II. Hopkins, assistant livestock  commissioner, will speak on livestock judging, mixed farming,caltlc  ailments and other matters of interest to the, mixed farmer. Soils  and crops will be dealt wilh by Mr.  If. O. English, while H. E. Upton,  the enterprising assistant poultry  instructor, will lecture on poultry,  as well as give a number of demonstrations.  J. L. Hilborn, of West Summer-  land, will take Ihe horticultural subjects, and will deal with all phases  of this work. Mr. Hilborn is one of  the mosl successful fruit and vegetable growers in the Province and  has a thorough knowledge of the  industry.  These lectures will bc given under  thc auspices of the Fanners' Inslilules of Ihe Province. In this district the following subjects will be  dealt wilh on lhc dates named:  Lumby, Thursday, Feb. 17, at 2  p.m.: Dairying and milk testing, T.  A. F. Waincko; 3.30 p.m., Livestock  judging, S. H. Hopkins.  Armstrong, Friday, Feb. 18, 8 p.m.  Dairying, T. A. F.Waincko; Poultry,  IL E. Upton; Saturday, Feb. 10, 10  a.m., Milk testing, T. A. F. Waincko;  2 p.m., Soils and crops, IL O. English; 3.30 p.m., Livestock judging,  S. If. Hopkins.  Hulcar, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2.30 p.  m., Dairying, T, A. F. Wiancko;  Poultry, II. E. Upton.  Falkland, Mcrdny, Feb. 21, 2 p'.  m., Poultry, IT. E. Upton; Soils,  seeds and crops, IT. O. English.  Glenemma, Monday, Feb. 21, 2 p.  m., Dairying, T. A. F. Wiancko;  Mixed fanning, S. IT, Hopkins.  Silver Creek, Monday, Feb. 21, 8  p.m., Soils, seeds and crops, IT. O.  English; Poultry, IT. E. Upton.  Grindrod, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2 p.  Report of the Ashton Creek school  for the month of January: No, days  school Avas in session, 19; total days  attendance, 84.  Preliminary  year,  Ruth  Baxter.  ^Senior Third���������������������������Belly Baxter.   ,  Junior   Third VIosta    Stainer,  Yaroslav Stainer.  First Reader���������������������������Dorothea Baxter;  Yaroslav Stamberg.  Second Primer���������������������������Paul Staincr.  Perfect in punctuality ��������������������������� Betty  Baxter, Dorothea Baxter, Yaroslav  Stainer, Paul Staincr,VIosta Staincr.  Standing for month: Paul Staincr  92 per cent.; Dorothea Baxter, 90;  Betty Baxter, 77.2.  Lily M. Tkhmunk, Teacher  Ilindo Shacks Burned  Last Thursday morning shortly  after 9 o'clock a lire was started in  the Hindo shack on the river bank  adjoining the lumber yard, and in  a few minutes the building was in  flames. The inmates succeeded in  saving only a small part of their  belongings. The fire started apparently from the stove, and as the inmates were slill in bed waiting for  Ihe building to heal up, gained considerable headway before discovered. They were driven oiit  barefooted into Ihe snow. When  ii was seen thai thc building was  sure lo go, the Hindos went into  Iheir tabernacle next door, convinced that here, at least, no fire  would come. They had to , be  forced to leave this building to gel  out of the way of the flames. Both  buildings and most of the. contents  were a complete loss. The Hindos  are now living in lhc old Chinese  laundry on the river bank.  When eggs thai have been preserved in waterglass solution arc  required for boiling, Ihcy should be  pricked with.a needle in thc thick  end. .This will allow the air to escape from the:air cell in the egg,  and prevent the shell from cracking when boiled. The eggs should  bc placed in cold water and allowed  to boil for Ihrcc minutes.  To remove..the dirty rust that  sometimes settles on Ihe inside of  vinegar cruet bottles, fill the bottles  with sour milk, and let.them stand  awhile before washing.  in.,  A. F  S. IT  Dairying and bultermaking, T.  '. Wiancko;  Livestock judging,  Hopkins.  THE DIAMOND FROM  THE SKY  Managers Bobbs & Johnson are to  be congratulated on having secured  Lumber  that great "movie"-(Irama, "The  Diamond from the Sky," for Enderby. When this picture play was  first shown in thc Eastern cities of  the Uniled Stales il created a sensation in film circles. Il is as good  today as it was then. For many  weeks-is-could nol. be oblaind by  any show house outside of the large  cities.��������������������������� 11-is now-released-for-thc-  small towns.  Three reels of Ihe Diamond from  the Sky serial will be shown, and  in addition lo these Ihe twelfth episode of The Master Key, together  wilh lhc regular comedy reels���������������������������in  all a double show. As lime will  permit of only one run of these  reels, only one show will be given  each evening. If you are not on  time when llie show starts you will  miss some of it. Be on lime, and  lake a friend.  AT REASONABLE PRICE  FOR CASH  Calendar for the Kindergarten  SUPPLIES  We have seen sonic freak calendars in our lime. Bul that turned  oul by the Columbia Printing Ink  Company of Vancouver for 1910 i.s    {the climax.    Thc numbers are rea-  jsonably large, bul over each figure  Logging Tools Of every des-^ is prinled in small type thc name of  cription. Cant Hooks, Saws, j "���������������������������<-' "wrc  As this calendar is sent  Chains    and   Chain ��������������������������� Blocks, j ^ printers, probably the orig-  Axes, Wedges, Peevies, Axei(|islillt;ilishc(l lllcmbcrs 0f the an  preservative were in need of brushing up on their dates. If Columbia  inks are as obsolete as the idea  back of the calendar, the printer  would have a merry lime using 'em.  Handles, Etc.  W. J. Woods  =���������������������������]rF!at-top Office Desk������������������������������������������������������  1 Hard-Wood Slope-top Desk  with shelf.  4 Office Arm Chairs, polisher.  Oak  1 Hardwood Typewriter table  1 Settee, Polished Oak  130-inch wood Heater almost  new  2 Electric Desk_Lamps_       Sundry office equipment at a  bargain.  Applv, Manager Union Bank,  Enderby, up lo July 15th, 101(5.  Special!  Edison Phonograph  and Blue Amberol  Records for $25.00.  Look at it  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor  Great   Sale   of  Stoves  NOW     GOING     ON  Iii order to reduce our stock of Healing Stoves, we have pul  our entire slock on sale at���������������������������  TWENTY PER CENT off REGULAR PRICES.  We are headquarters for logging supplies of all kinds.  Mail orders receive our prompt and careful attention.  You can always get what you want when you want it from  us at thc lowest market prices.  Coal Oil, THREE GALLONS FOR ONE DOLLAR.  P\m Bl NG, H EA1NG Jl NSMI TH I NG  I  You Men who think you are underpaid ?  Don't "cuss" your luck because your pay is small.   Don't  blame it on the boss.   Don't think, that the   reason   others ;get-  more pay is that they have more "pull," because IT ISN'T SO !  The men who get big pay are those who are TRAINED to  do work that is worth it. You have no special training, and you  have to dp work any man.with two hands ;can do; therefore  your pay is small���������������������������and you, only, are to blame.  YOU can earn more���������������������������YOU can work with your head instead of your hands���������������������������YOU can give orders instead . of , taking  them; No matter what you do, .where you live,', or how-'old** you  are, the International Correspondence Schools can come to you  and train you for a better job. _���������������������������      ... ,;:-'**.,_  The I. C. S. have many old students holding good jobs in the .  Okanagan who have made good through their course of home  study. ..   '��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"-���������������������������'"-    -..,   __-. ..   v.     .V '..-'  Every year more than five thousand persons take the trouble .  to write to the I.C.S. that their salaries   have been  increased  through this training;    These who report are but a handful-  tens of thousands of others are benefitted. '.. ....'  For 24 years the I. C.S. have been training men having no  education other than ability: to read and write, no more time  than the odds and ends so commonly wasted,, and no. more  money than the little that could be saved out of small wages. -  If you want to be a,high-salaried man���������������������������to be somebody���������������������������  PROVE your ambition���������������������������  MARK THE fcoUPON AND MAIL IT NOW !  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE  SCHOOLS,  SCRANTON,  PA.  Please explain, without further obligation to mc, how I'can qualify  for the position, trade, or profession before which I have marked x:  Salesmanship ~ """  Bookkeeper  Higher Accounting  Railroad Accounting  Stenographer  Advertising Man  Show-Card Writing  Window Trimming  Illustrating  Civil Service Exams.  Commercial Law  Good JEngljsh_ for Everyone  English Branches  Teacher  Civil Engineer  Surveyor  Poultry Farming  Agriculture  Concrete Construct ion  Electrical Engineer  Electric Railways  "Elect ri c"~Li gh t ihg"^"^  Telephone Expert  Mechanical Engineer  Mechanical Draftsman  Steam Plant Expert  Plumbing and Heating  Sheet-Metal Worker  Chemist  Stationary Engineer  Architect  Building Contractor  A re h i t eel 11ira 1 D raj" t s  Structural Engineer  Loco. Fireman & Eng.  Mine Foreman & Supt.  Metal Mining  Gas Engineer  Navigation  Motor Boat Running  Textile Manufacturing  Automobile Running  Else interested in if not on list.  AV//������������������e  .Occupation   City  *. Province   Employer   RALPH KENDALL, Local Agt., KELOWNA, B. C.  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  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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