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 it  -'��������������������������� %  Enderby, B.C., February 10, 1916  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 50; Whole No. 414  ��������������������������� ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Miss Katie Graham left for Chase  on. Saturday.  Mrs. J. Graham returned from  Chase on Saturday.  Born���������������������������At the Cottage Hospital,  Friday, Feb. 4th, to Mr. and Mrs.  Horace Neil, a son.  Mrs. W. J. Thompson is visiting  Enderby friends for a few days, arriving 'from.Armstrong Tuesday-  Mr. J. Langstaff, aged father of-  Mrs. J. C. Dagg, died at his daugh-  ' tcr's home, Enderby, Wednesday.  Mrs.  W.  H.  Staten  returned  to  Chase on Friday after visiting her  parents,'  Mr.   and   Mrs.  Airth,  for  .some weeks.  The Rev. Ferguson Miller, of Pcn-  v ticton,   "will   preach   morning   and  evening at the PresbyterianXhurcli  next Sunday.  *"��������������������������� St. George's Church, Sunday, Feb.  13th,   Morning,.Prayer   and. Holy  ' Corhmunio*n,-V 11- n.m/,- Rev.   H.  J.  7King,..Armstrongs-officiating; ^Evening Prayer, ,7.30. /,   ..     - V /   ;  . Mr. F.JHassard; is loading eleven  -carloads  of Jiay . at  the  Enderby  ��������������������������� siding, the _balan.ce of "his 1915 cut  'having  been' sold   to   the .McNair  produce shippers, Armstrong.  A  meeting of the Enderby  Tobacco fund will he held at the home  of thc president, Mrs. S. Poison, on  -Friday evening at 8 o'clock.   A cor-  - dial welcome is extended to all.  Don't forget the grand masquerade ball, Feb. 14th, at the Opera  House. Grand march at 8.30. All  maskers must be on the lloor by 9  o'clock to be judged, so do not be  late-in arriving.  Foster's weather report under  date of Feb. 7th, forcasts a warm  wave 8th to 12th, cold wave 11th to  15lh, and warns all to prepare for  severe storms and excessive precipitation during the week centering  -nn.lhp 10th.   , Rev. D. J. Gordon, late of the  Queen's Own Rifles, Toronto, and  LtVW. Bowden, held a meeting in  the Opera House Monday evening in  PARLIAMENT BUILDING FIRE  Ottawa,   Feb.   4.���������������������������A   fire   which  practically   destroyed   the   Parlia-  an ��������������������������� effort  to  encourage   recruiting ��������������������������� ment Buildings broke oul last night  and to arouse enthusiasm in aid of  Ihe Canadian Patriotic Fund. The  hall was well filled, and the lectures  given ' were intensely interesting,  being enlivened by slides throwing  upon the screen realistic battle  scenes from the front. . They were  assisted in the entertainment" by  Mi,ss Langc, Miss Stevens and������������������Mr.  Winter,, with vocal selections' and  readings, and Mayor Dill briefly expressed himself on the purpose of  thc gathering. President Gillman,  of the local Patriotic Fund, was in  the chair.  dental, white many members  feel  sure the building was set on fire.  RAISING OKANAGAN COMPANY  Capt. P. dcLautour has been honored with the command of a pom.  pany in the,new. Overseas,Battalion  being raised" in the Yale-Cariboo  District^ namely, the 172nd,, C^E.F.  in the reading room in 'the end  nearest the Commons chamber.  , The first intimation thc members  of the House of Commons received  of the danger they were in came  when a messenger rushed into thc  chamber and.shouted a warning. It  was not until the members reached  thc corridors where the smoke was  dense that they .realized the danger  of   the   situation. ; Then   all   was all silch applications, General =Sam  flurry and confusion, and everyone|Hughes has replied that policing is  the dutv of the local authorities and  Must Do Their Own Policing  Since the destruction of the Parliament buildings and a munitions  factory in Ottawa, and a shell factory in Hespeler, there has been a  Hood of applications from all parts  of the country for military guards  for factories engaged in the "production of munitions, military clothing  and saddlery, as well as"from municipalities .for guards, for waterworks and railway-terminals.-   To  hurried towards theexits. In a few  minutes, with the exception of a  few members and officials who  were imprisoned in the upper  rooms by thc dense smoke in thc  corridors, everybody was out of the  buildings. Those imprisoned-had  to jump into nets or came down  ladders placed in. posi tion-by the  flreinen.: At. 10.30'the fire .was raging with a steadily increasing fury.  Capt.. de Lautour received a com  mission in the 31st B. C. Horse two | Thc,whole~city ofyOttawii[/crowded  and a half yearVago.' He hashadjuP to-Parliament Hill,.and a.cordon  experience with the Imperial troops'of soldiers was, thrown jirouncL the  Thc most successful whist drive  was given Tuesday evening in K. of  P. Hall in aid of the Cottage Hospital Fund. Something over $40  was realized. Thc'prizcs were won  by the following: Mrs. Wm. Sewell,  1st lady's; Mrs. Attenborough, 2nd  lady's; Mr. Harkins, 1st gentleman's  and Mr. F. Dill and Mr. Davies lied  for 2nd gentleman's. Delicious "refreshments were served, and a social dance followed.  As soon as Mr. Geo. Brown heard  that the Union Bank intended lo  close lhc branch office in Enderby,  he wrote to tbe executive head of  the bank asking if the local branch  could not bc continued. Mr. Brown  is an ex-manager of this bank and  lie hoped to sec the Enderby branch  continued, fn reply to his enquiry,  however, il was stated that such a  course would be inadvisable. The  local branch closes on the 15th inst.  "The Diamond from the Sky," al  the Opera House last Friday and  Saturday gave more genuine satisfaction to large audiences than any  films that have been shown for a  long time. The first reels of thc  series indicate that this will be a  "movie" drama that is sure to be a  winner, and the local house is to bc  congratulated on having got it. For  the next three weeks, while thc  "Master Key" is also running, there  ���������������������������will be a double show at each performance.  A supply of oranges, bananas and  lemons just received at Joe's.  having, spent two years in service  >iir" the-Boer war:*;-.r..- "- *.;--- :*"'-*  Capt. de Lautour is raising a company in the Okanagan, and is anxious to secure'all the recruits possible. Lt. Col. Vicars of the R. M. R.  is O.Ci, and Major Wolfenden of the  R. M. R. and Lt. Col. Wilson of the  the manufacturers themselves.  buildings lo'keep the throngs away  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� The -central, andywesicrn sections  of. the main building formed an  immense furnace and thc flames^  soon burst through, the.roof.. It was  not long until thc Commons ,chamT  ber and .the postoffice were gone,  lhe mains, but many are, and if thc  city  had   a   thawing  machine   the  great inconvenience lhat many arc  suffering could easily bc remedied.  Ii should be up to the Cily Council  to get after lhe trouble" at'once and  not  force rlhis inconvenience  and  suffering upon the people all these,  weeks.    Iri endeavoring to be economical the Council will overstep"  itself    if    this    spigot-like . economy .causes water patrons to order..  the water off or refuse to pay for  what they do not get.    If. the.city -  were making any- effort to remedy :  matters it isnotjikcly there would'?,,  be a word of complaint; but when, .'���������������������������  as has happened, thc cily absolutely  refuses to make any effort to 'get .���������������������������'  watcr'through its street main to thc  open  service  pipe  of its  patrons,  lhere is good cause for complaint.'  The idea of forcing lhc private cit.i- /  zen to stand'the' cost of thawing/a ,-  wyaleiy niaih.lo gel the. water Jo/his "-"/  service pipe  is 'too/'miserly -toi be?  rclisfied, and" may prove as" pouiul V/VVf^^f*-  foolish asjt is penny wise-/Y7777:Yf^'''"* ***  Less Talk, More FighI  ��������������������������� Some time ago General Hughes  announced* that his chief ihtelli--  gcnce'officer was of German, birth,  and" 'this*.statement- has occasioned  protests.-'- .Discussing, the " subject  last night, General 'Hughes said V  .--.' "The intelligence olficcr, to whom  I referred: js\not';in\Canada, but at  ���������������������������the'-.front. !y He .is, only/one of hundreds of German-Canadians- ���������������������������_ who  arc fighting for the British-flag. He  'Has^wori'thc Distinguished Service  Order for gallantry in the'trenches. I putting forth renewed efforts to get  It would-be well.if those who are j somewhere; They have been doing  inclined to criticize loyal, German-'just what'the British Iroops did in  Canadians would  follow their ex- j September.-     They   carried' on    a  m\  .*?"  YYL-ATEST- WAR /S]UMM*RX^t*4^4������������������������������������&M  Official bulletins fronv UicJWest^ V^ffl  em Tront-the' past jweek or .more iriV ''V'V;'v'%J  "dica'te'that" ihe:G'ermanVi'have*bcen;.'% W_ -T  and the fircspread steadily through ?���������������������������Pk ������������������"d f f������������������ ������������������" j���������������������������*- \������������������ ^* heavy cannonade   for   many days  31sf B   C   Horse"  are senior  and ihe buildings.   Thesmoke was less j instcad of slavin������������������ a   homc l0���������������������������U:,\?��������������������������� n-,������������������"g ^VT        .u       ������������������  aisi is.  i_.  noise, -.lie scnioi   ���������������������������������������������"������������������. ������������������ ',.- ,   _���������������������������, ,.,    'cisc  brave  men   who   are   risking .it, they struck with force at the spo  imiinr inn ior resnpctivelv     Lt   Lo- dense after the reading room was,-    ... .1       , - , ���������������������������    i ���������������������������        ���������������������������    .    ������������������������������������������������������ .��������������������������� - .���������������������������  junior majoi  ies,pc_uvu>.   j.i. 1.0 | ..... ?    -.    ��������������������������� ..     their lives. -.   they had had in mind a    the'time,  gan of the 30lh B.C. Horse is joining consumed, but-.the woodwork of the  the new company, and Q. M. S. Hai  rison of the'30th-B. C. Horse, has already joined.     Both are Enderby  old   building   piovided   abundant  food for the devouring, (lames.     -  The members  of the Commons,  men.   About fortv men of the 30th who .joined    hands   and    dashed  have joined Capt. de Lautour, and  through the  smoke, and  (lames  to  civilians arc rolling up every day.  The men will be kept at Vernon  until orders for mobilization are received.  RED CROSS MARKET STALL  The Red Cross market stall held  on the first Saturday in each month,  continues to be'a success and real-  safety, declare there was something  terrible, and almost unreal in the  rapidity with which thc flames  rolled through the great corridors  of the building.  Not much credence is given here  lo="the==thconr*7iin-==the=L-Providcnce-  Journal that the destruction of thc  main block of lhc Parliament Buildings was due to the operations of  izes a satisfactory sum towards the | Germans acting under instructions  work of the society. The follow-, rrom t|1c German. Empassy in  ing are thanked for their contribu^ Washington. The officials of the  lions: Mrs. Proctor, Mrs. Harvey, Department ol'Justice and Commis-  Mrs. Ilenniker, Miss Forster, Mrs. sj0ner Sherwood, of the Dominion  Mowat, Mrs. .Gaylord,. Mrs.. Preston, police, deny.that any warning was  Mrs. Bigge, Mrs. Forster, Mrs. G. Lu- given thai Germans had designs on  cas,  Messrs.  Turner &  Donaldson,, u,c building.   Although al first Ihe  "As for the fires which have recently caused so much excitement,  I am sure wc would- have fewer  fires in munition factories, parliament buildings and public and private places generally, if people  would be more careful lo sec that  their cigar and cigarette .slumps  are extinguished before they throw  them away."  Hon. Martin Burrell Badly Burned  Ottawa, Fc'n.8.���������������������������Hon. Martin Burrcll, who was severely burned  while escaping from thc Parliament  buildings Thursday night, is much  more seriously injured than was at  first thought. It i.s a <|iicstion of  Mr. Burrcll will be able to attend  Parliament lhis session.  and. won through;   -The success of:  the British attack threatened Lens.  The/success of the German attack'  relieved   Lens.   ��������������������������� The  'British   had.  gained   ground   at  Hulloch,   Vimy,  Hill 70 and Hill 140.   The Germans,  have been nibbling back what they  had lost,' and if names iri, lhe ollicial   reports   indicate   anything,   il  appears that in the recent .engagements the enemy has succeeded in  regaihing_at.jcasl_part of what they  Miss   Harriet   Harvey, .Miss. Gibbs,  Mrs. Bulchart.  FORTY-EIGHTH   BATTALION  The following was received by  lhe Slocan Record, from Sergt. R.  S. Nelson, with the request thai  papers al points where men for lhe  48th Battalion were recruited,  publish the notice:  Thc original-48th Battalion, C. E.  F., of Victoria, B. C, has been made  a pioneer battalion, and I would advise all who are writing to their  relatives or friends in the original  battalion to address their mail as  follows:  Name   No. of Co Regimental No   3rd Canadian Pioneer Battalion,  London, Eng.  A picture worth keeping is worlh  framing, and A. McPherson can  quote prices that will convince you  lhat, even in Ihesc times,you should  have your pictures framed.  Afternoon lea and other light refreshments served at Joe's.  opinion generally -prevailed thai  there had been an explosion in the  building, il i.s believed now thai Ihe  noise which was heard was caused  by falling walls. The ministers and  members of the House generally are  disposed to believe thai the- fire was  due to accident. A minister who  did not want his name to lie quoted  said loday: "It looked lo me like a  plain,'ordinary fire, which spread  with remarkable rapidity."  Commission Appointed  Ottawa, Fb. 5.���������������������������The Cabinet today appointed a commission lo  make a thorough investigation inlo  the Parliament Buildings lire. Mr.  R. A. Pringlc, K.C., will be one of  the commissioners. Sir Wilfrid  Laurier has been asked to name the  second man. They will be given  every power lo make a thorough  investigation and to employ expert  assistance.  There is a great difference of  opinion as to the origin. Col. Sherwood as well as many of Ihe Cabi-  had lost. Thc .same in the Champagne region. And in the region of  thc Sommc Ihcy have been pushing  out beyond Peronne, and have approached the line they held in the  early winter of f914. s  Reports indicate that the British  I lleet  in the Channel i.s engaged in  ! bombarding thc German coast  de-  WATER PIPES OUT OF SERVICE' lenses in the vicinity of Ostend.   ll    .    jis apparent lhal the Heel i.s eb-oper-  ir a private rompany had the sup-jn|ilia .w|||, ,|le |.m,i forces in thai  plying of water lo Enderby,patrons', 1 vicinity either in an cll'orl to stop'  would Ihey he forced to be without;.,, (;_nnim offensive or preparalory  water Iwo and three weeks, as many j for a'British offensive.  have,   without   some   effort   being] ��������������������������� -.'���������������������������,  made lo gel il lo litem? A municipal Kitchener  Goes   to   Egypt  owned  system should  nol  be  less  considerate of ils patrons.    If the  London,    Feb.'   7.���������������������������-Changes    of  cily musl have an electric thawingiKroal importance in Ihe direction of  machine before another season rolls!tbe Wi,r in'e contemplated, says the  round, why not buy it now, ant'l! I>siil.v Sketch.- It asserts that Earl  have lhe use of it when il is mosl; Kitchener probably will leave the  needed? Owing to the '.light snow- ',Wnr Ollice, and lhat Sir William  fall before the cold snap set in, Ihe j Robertson, now chief or staff, will  frosl has been driven two and three | probably take over active-direction  feel deep���������������������������lo and beyond most of i of the war without interference,  Ihe service pipes, and.it may bc as except from the cabinet as a whole,  late as May or June when the frost  starts upward. Patrons whose,water pipes have been frozen up are  ordering the water turned oil' so as  to save the water service fee, in  view of the supply being deprived  them all lhis time. Some thirty or  thirty-five services have been reported frozen up, and this number  i.s being increased daily inspitc of  Ihe milder weather conditions. All  of these are not frozen up at the  net ministers, believes it was acci-' point where the service pipes leave  and thai a civilian of real ability  for organization will become secretary of war.  New York, Feb. 7.���������������������������Private cable  messages from England today stale  lhal Lord Kitchener has gone to  take personal charge of operations  in Egypt and Mesopotamia.  Enderby's senior hockey team met  the Armstrong seniors at the Mann  rink Friday evening, and in a fast and  brilliant game broke even, the score  being 1-1 at the close.  4 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, February 10, '191C  [l j If you want others  to think well of  you, set them an  example by  thinking well of  them and yourself  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C.  at  $2   per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising'  [.ales:   Transient,  00c an inch fcrst insertion,  25c each subsequent, insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910  IMPORTANCE OF BPtlTISK SEA POWER  In lhc Chicago Tribune, Frank H. Simonds, author ol' "Thc Great War," ancl perhaps the most  clear and unbiased military writerbefore the public today, says ol" Germany's invasion ol' Egypt:    .  "The present problems ore ol" more importance  to Germany than any Future contingency. Were  ���������������������������il not for the British navy she could "obtain a satisfactory peace today, a peace lhat would assure her  eastern fronlier and give her ally lhc hegemony of  thc Balkans. She could even expect lo hold Belgium and possibly a portion of France,  "As it is, she cannol obtain peace on terms, lhal  in Ihe smallest degree recognize her great victories and conquests, because she has failed to lake  a single foot of British territory and has so far  failed to find any weapon which would disturb  British safety or menace British imports.  "Todav Germany could lalk:peace wilh France,  wilh Russia, wilh* the foe of her Austrian ally,  Italy. But she cannot talk peace wilh Great Britain" because, al a far smaller cost in lives, Britain  has won practically all of Germany's colonies and  now holds the gale lo Germany, the sea gate by  which Germany's food and raw materials must  enter. Mow shall Germany persuade the British  lo permit Ihem lo use lhe gale? If she cannot  .=_persiiude. them .by. force. _.shc-inusL.mecl..British  terms.  "As a last resort Germany has planned an attack upon Fgypl. an attempt lo cut the Sue/ canal,  interrupting British connection wilh her greatest  colony and'incidentally occupying one of lhc best  of British native subject slates. The. Germans  have convinced themselves lhal once they possess  themselves of Fgypl, wilh the Turk's assistance,  Britain will be ready lo talk peace.  _r___t������������������,|,|.���������������������������__ll_._ n|vW^iira"*canal represents'jhe" final  bid for Germany for a victory over Brilish sea  power. Bul lhere is a vasl doiibl iu lhe minds of  military experts the world over as lo whether the  conquest of Kgypt would actually achieve the result the Germans expect. It would only lengthen  the voyage lo India, since lhe Gape of Good Hope  route would remain. Britain conquered India  when she had only sailing vessels and had lo use  the Gape of Good'Hope route; she held it despite  Napoleon's descent upon Kgypl; she draws neither  men nor necessary provisions from r.gypl."  Look in lhe Old Testament and you will see  where Kaiser Bill and the rest of the rulers of  Kurope get the idea of taking God inlo bailie wilh  all have done il.  philanthropic institutions, painting the horrible  suffering of lhe Serbian refugees, the starving of  thc population slaying at home in Serbia, the  painful scenes of thc desperate mothers and frozen children. Many thousands of refugees arc  dispersed in the villages of Greece, in the Albanian  desert or in lhe rocky hollows of Montenegro,  without home, without food! Thc life of these  refugees is now nothing else lhan a slow dying  oul." This help will bc a real help only if it comes  as quickly.as possible.  "Such appeals have been made from the following funds: 'The Serbian Archbishop of Belgrade's  Belief Fund, for lhe families of lhe fighling men;'  'The St. Helen's Belief Fund, for lhe orphans  whose fathers were killed in the war;' 'The Parliamentary Fund, for tbe relief of Serbian refugees;; The Serbian Red Cross Fund, for the  wounded soldiers.'  "The generous donors, who would help any of  lhe above menioned funds are kindly requested to  send their contributions through the Serbian Legation, 195 Queens Gale, London, S. XV. Please  do not forget to mark for which of the funds the  donation is destined, which will be duly acknowledged."  Tis heller, says one, lo have a big burden and a  strong back than a weak back and a caddy lo  carry life's luggage.  o  MOST EFFICIENT PUBLICITY  II seems incredible lhal it is so, but it is a fact  ihat the idea is entertained by some of the older  lype of merchants thai lhc good repute of their  firm is spread from mouth lo mouth in conversation, and lhat they do not need lo advertise in the  newspapers. To this statement an exchange  makes this reply:  "That condition may have prevailed many years  ago when people had nothing else to do bul gossip  about their neighbors. In those limes everyone  discussed, all of bis home purchases wilh all of his  neighbors. Today a man who depends upon conversation and gossip to spread the news of his  store will not find lhal his place of business is  much frequented. People do not exchange information aboul their domestic habits as they did  ycars ago. You have little idea whether your  neighbors buy their goods of Smith, Jones or  Brown, a I home or abroad. The world is full of  wide interests, and the bargains one may find in a  certain store arc ordinarily known only to those  who find them. The newspaper is the only clli-  eicnl means of acquainting thc public with the  business news of the community. For one person  lhal will learn something about a given store by  word, of mouth, a hundred learn about il through  newspaper notices. The advertising columns of a  newspaper arc read just as attentively as any sensation that may appear in the news columns,  "Thc results^)!' lhc'two policies arc obvious. In  one case the merchant drags along, with only a  small part of thc community knowing anything  about whal is happening in his store. In the  other case, practically everyone knows when that  merchant has special bargains, and* whal can bc  done mill's store al any given time. Can there bc  the least question as lo what kind of merchants  gel the business?"  When wc look upon Europe these days we are  convinced that human nature has not' changed  with the cciituries,.bul the weapons have.  KAISER BILL'S DREAM  ,j\y_l i j | g���������������������������l h ei-G-m ay-bc-n o���������������������������vi rt u e-i n���������������������������11 i c-a 1 Utoo  liem-  liev  STRICKEN SERIBA  From the London Serbian legation comes lhis  appeal for the help of the suffering thousands'of  that stricken country:  "The Serbian Minister in London has the honor  Lo convey his warmest thanks lo all the benevolent donors who generously have sent until now  Iheir donations through the Serbian Legation for  several relief funds existing in Serbia.  "Al the present lime the Serbian Minister has to  announce that several relief funds in Serbia are  sending through him their appeal lo all benevolent men and women, fathers and mothers aud all  prevalent pastime of "killing lhe Kaiser with our  mouths," there i.s a quaint humor in this greeting  from the Irenches by Private. Tyre, in a London  pa pUI    unit   uiilS   in.  ajh/i.  There's ii story now current,' though strange it  inny  .seem,  Of llie grenl KiiistT Bill nnd n wonderful dreiim.  Being tired of tlie Allies, lie hiy down in bed,  An:l. iiinongsl oilier things, dreiinil he whs dead,  And in aline.enlliii wasjying_in_ shite,  Willi Vgiianl"(ff hrave Belgians^ who inouriicdV'or his  fale.  He wasn't long dead lill he found to his cost  'linil his soul, like his soldiers, would ere soon he lost;  On leaving lhis earlh, lo heaven he went straight:  Arriving up lhere, he knocked al lie gale,  Bul SI. Peter looked oul, and wilh voice loud and clear,  Said. "Begone, Kaiser Bill, we don't want you here."  "Well," said Ihe Kaiser, "that's very uncivil:  I suppose, after all, lhat I musl go lo llie Devil."  So he turned on his heel and oil' he did go  Al lhe lop < I' Ids speed to lhe regions below;  And when he gol lhere lie was lilted wilh dismay,  For while waiting outside lie heard Old Nick say  To his imps, "Look here, hoys, I give you all warning,  I'm expecting Ihe Kaiser down here in llie morning,  Bul don'l  let  him  in, for lo me it's quite clear  lie's a very had man, and we don'l want him here.  If he ever gels in there'll lie no end of quarrels;  In fact, I'm afraid he'll corrupt our very good morals."  "Oh, Sal an, my dear friend." llie Kaiser then cried,  "Excuse me for listening while wailing outside;  If vou don'l admit me here, oh, where shall I go?"  "Indeed," said Ihe Devil, "I really don'l know."  "Oh, do let me in, I'm feeling quite cold,  And if you want money, I've plenty of gold.  Let me si I in a corner, no mailer how hot."  "Oil, no," said the Devil, "most certainly not;  We don't admit folk for riches or pelf,  Here are sulphur und matches, make hell for yoursell.  Then lie kicked Wilhelm out and vanished in smoke,  And jusl id thiil moment Ihe Kaiser awoke.  He jumped oul of bed in a shivering sweat,  And said, "Well, lhal dream I shall never forget.  Thai I won't go lo heaven I know very well,  Bul it's really too bad lo be kicked oul of hell."  We carry a full stock of the following:  Robin Hood, Radium  and Seal of Alberta Flours  Wheat, Oats, Barley, Barley Chop,  Bran, Shorts. Middlings, Feed  Flour and a full line of Cereals, and Poultry Grits.  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. Enderby  ng Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, ������������������  H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  ���������������������������  ButterWrapper  Parchment  The Dominion., law against the selling of  buller without the words "Dairy Butter" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as thc case may bc���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer.. . In the first place, if his Butter  wrappers arc neatly printed with his name and  the brand of the butter on the label, the storekeepers can readiiy sell the butter at 5c a pound  more lhan hc can get for butter wrapped in paper  lhat i.s not printed, and thc butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant.  lt is the duty of every butler, maker to comply with the law. in this matter. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butter thai il does not appear to them that they  can all'ord to have their butler wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  butler 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 thc words "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do riot bear the name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill lhc requirements of the law  governing this point, and can be bought in small  -quantilies-aUth&-rale-of-50c-a-hiindrcd4n-i00-or-=  50 lots.     If you do riot rcpuirc butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  <x  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3 75  The Walker Pre  a Tai  Customer's Own Material Made  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  O.K.  E. J. Mack  Livery, Peed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  You benefit yourself only in lhe measure Unit  vou benefit lhe commimily in which you live.  Baths in connection  II. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  ������������������     Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-  < > dious 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 10, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Provincial Department of  Agriculture's Policy for 1916  What is advertised as a new departure will be  taken in the Department of Agriculture at Victoria by the establishment of a publicity bureau  lo disseminate news to thc farmers of results of  'investigations carried on by thc Government in  this direction. Experimental and demonstration  work is continually being carried on by the Government, but up lo this time it has been fell lhal  the methods of turning this knowledge over lo thc  farmer has been remiss, and in order lo remedy  this the newspapers of thc Province will bc called  upon to distribute a large pari of this information.  In outlining the plans of the bureau, Mr. W. E.  Scott, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, says lhat il  is proposed to submit regularly lo various newspapers circulating in the Province carefully prepared articles on the dilferenl phases of farming,  which will be selected for each district, taking  into consideration the adaptability of dilferenl  parts of the Province for certain specific lines of  farming. It will bc the object of the department  to have all articles which may be submitted practical, concise and timely, aiid applicable to the  season of the year in which they are published.  It is obvious that newspapers which arc regularly  read by all farmers will prove a splendid medium  -whereby thc farmer may receive timely hints  and suggestions on mailers of stockraising,  farming, buildings, cultural methods, etc., at the  right time.  While there is no doubt thc bureau of publicity  of thc Department of Agriculture will bc of service to thc officials in enabling them to put  before the farmers thc information they feel the,  farmers should know there is little that is new  in thc departure, however. Thc Press, together,  with the other, newspapers of lhc Province, has  weekly or monthly contained these articles sent  out by thc Department which lhe Department  ollicials evidently believed contained just the information thc farmer needed to know. This publicity has been carried on for several years. Thc  newspapers of thc Province have given hundreds  of thousands of dollars worth of space free lo thc  Department to enable it to place before the farmers such information as the Department had to  give. With what result? Is it not a fact that the  farmers have been "fed up" on too much "of this  Department information? Last week wc published in Thc Press a list of the meetings to bc  held in this dislrict of the Okanagan under the  auspices of the Farmers' Inslilulc, together with  'the names of. the experts who arc to address thc  meetings arid the subjects they, will speak1 on.  -There cannot bc any doubt as to thc'a.bility of lhc  men sent out on these educational campaigns by  tlie Department of Agriculture. Nor can there  bc any question as to the need of the in forma lion  they will give by thc farmers themselves. Bul  what has been thc history of these Institute meetings in lhc past few ycars? How many farmers  take the trouble to attend them?. And how much  of thc information imparted is carried home by.  We had hoped, that, as a result of the findings  of thc much advertised agricultural commission  of a year or two ago, the Government would ere  this have evolved some definite-plan, upon-which  the agricultural industry of thc Province could be  developed on a broad basis compatible with its importance. But,.if we are to" judge from thc latesl  expressed intention of the Department, lhc policy  of the past is to be continued���������������������������a policy of words,  words, words."  Cannol thc Department of Agriculture inaugurate some broad agricullurel plan for this Province? This thing of a few very intelligent Department ollicials sitting iii thc ofliccs at Victoria  and lolling thc men on the land how to farm is  oul of dale, shop worn, obsolete. We should have  and must have a broader, more practical plan i  thc Department is ever to fill thc position it should  occupy as thc practical head of thc agricultural  industry. Thc present plans under which thc  Department appears to be working are haphazard  and largely ineffective. Mitch assistance has been  given to agricultural enterprises, and in this way  hundreds of thousands of dollars of thc people's  money helve been devoted. But have wc got results anywhere near what Ihcy should have been  for lhc expenditure? We have not. Failure has  followed failure. And still wc sec no evidence in  the latest statement from the Department that the  ineffective policy of the past is to be altered.  Can any good reason be given why thc Department of Agriculture cannot evolve a system of  creameries that would lake care of every ounce of  milk produced in thc Province, similar to* the  New Zealand government creameries? Such a  system would at once piit a slop to thc dairyman's  troubles. Cannot sonic system similar to that of  the .California Shippers' Union be adopted in thc  handling of our fruit aiid farm.products? This  wc already have, you say. Wc liavc il, in a measure, in lhc Central Selling Agency^ but only in a  measure. Our shippers have adopted lhc co-operative system in principle but nol in practice.  They co-operate in the selling of their fruit, etc.,  bul nol in the production of il. And until there  is co-operation in tlie production as well as in thc  selling, there cannol bc any greater success in thc  future than has been in the past. For instance,  thc Department urges cultivation, it urges spraying, it urges pruning, il urges thinning, it urges a  uniform grade and a uniform pack. But it can do  nothing more than urge these things. Willi the  result lhal, where perhaps one grower will spray,  prune, thin and cultivate lo bring his fruit up. to  thc standard, thc great majority of his neighbors  growing i'ruil for market will/ neither spray,  prune, thin or pack right up to standard. And il  docs nol seem possible to avoid this condition until, thc selling organization lakesvcharge of lhc  spraying, pruning, thinning, picking and packing.  For the-selling organization lo belied to and bc  forced, to bc dependent upon thc whims and convenience of thc individual growers, not only as to  condition of fruit but'as lo time of picking and  packing, virtually makes il impossible for the  selling organization lo gel inlo the market right.  These condilions show a Jack of perfection in  *&RSi  WM  Practically everything that can be built of wood, stone or  steel can be made better with concrete and this book tells  you-how to do it. It is fully illustrated with photos and  diagrams and contains 52 practical farm plans.  If you haven't a copy, tend for one today.    Keep it  handy.   Refer to it often.  It is free and will be mailed to you immediately upon .  receipt of coupon below.  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY  LIMITED.  Herald Building,   , -      MONTREAL.  CUT OUT AND MAIL  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED. Herald Boildini. MONTREAL.  Gentlemen :���������������������������Please tend me a Iree copy of r  "Wfcat Ihe Farmer can do with Concrete." ������������������  Street and No    ..  City        - Province .......... :____  aS_*&5?5  MM  i  ���������������������������  l  ��������������������������� the.few farmers al thc meetings? The fact is, if | ihe system under which our growers arc attempt  wc can judge thc feeling of thc farmers by their Sing lo operate. And it docs nol much mailer  attitude towards these Institute meetings, that tlie j wh.U the Department docs in the way of "aids"  feeling prevails, and is deep scaled, that they haveh0 the growers, if the clfecliveness of thc selling  been deluged with words and starved by thc lack j organization is lo bc thus handicapped by this  of deeds on thc part of the Department of Agri-jlack of whal might bc termed practical co-opcra-  culturc. I live cohesiveness.   And this is largely the result'  Good men are sent out by the Department loj0f the haphazard policv of the Department of  tell thc farmers how lo take care of cows, of:Agricullurc. The Department lacks initiative: it  sheep, of pigs; how to care for the orchard, thci has no policy of development���������������������������no progressive  vegetable garden and cereal fields; how lo raise\ policy that would provide a way of permanent  pure-bred stock..etc.,.etc. But what is Jhc_usc of, prosperity.for_ our agriculturists,, _ Wc might be  Get "More Moiiey" f6r your Furs  Beaver, Foxes, Muskrat, Wolves, Marten, Fisher,  White Wetsel and other For bearers collected in your section'  SHIP YOUR FUBS DIRECT io "SHUBERT" the lamest  house in tbe World dealing exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN HAW FURS  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������safe FurHouse with an unblemished reputation existing-for "more than a third of a century," a lontr successful record of sending- 1'ur Shippers prompt, SATIS PA CTOl.Y  . AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for "Zht feljuOrrt Aftt'pptr,"  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.  Write lor ..-NOW-i.'n FREE  AVE.  S.A.  AR   SHURERT  Inr   25-27 WEST AUSTIN A  .&. OOl/pC-|\ I, inc. Deptc M CHICAGO. U.:  imparting this information to men who have not  thc cows, thc sheep, the pigs, thc fruit orchard,  wrong in so thinking, bul we believe il is up to  the Department of Agricullurc lo take thc lead in  SECRET societies;  A.F.&A.M.  Enderliy Lodge No. 40  fliKiilar meetings first  Tliui'Mlny on or after thc  full moon at S p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visitinji  brethren cordially  invited  1_. WllKEI,Ell  W. M.   ���������������������������  JNO. WARWICK  Secret ury  '������������������������������������������������������ and the cultivated fields, and do not sec any way;cvoiving a larger policv, one lhat would point ;  ') of getting them?   As one farmer said lo The Press clean-cut way" for tluf farmers out of the dilli  some weeks ago: "I would like to attend these culiios they arc confronted with. It musl bc a  meelings; 1 would like to get thc information thc ,)0licv broader lhan that of lhc past, and one llial  men sent out by the Department give; but whal NVj|i jav (|0WI1 Nv_ll defined lines looking to the  good is it going to do mc if 1 have not the slock practical assislaflcc of the men on the land who  on the farm and no way of gcllng il there. Wha.t;s|U)W the capacitv lo succeed and arc willing, lo  1 want lo know is how am I to get my land |ct |],0 Government be a silent partner in lhc de-  cleared and thc stumps oul.    And there are bun-1 velopmenl and operation of the farm.  dreds of farmers in my position.    It is nil well1    enough for these Department ollicials lo come lo,  us aiid tell how to handle the land after it is. The management of the Panama-Pacific Inter-  broughl under cultivation, but the great problem; national Exposition at San Francisco, Gal., has  wilh most of us is how to bring il under ciilliva-; published an arlislic brochure selling forth in de-  tion. Wc have been promised for years, some) tail lhe closing events of lhe lasl day and nighl of  practical assistance from thc .Government* along! lhat most successful of world's lairs. "The Lights  this line, and apparently we arc no nearer gelling; Go Oul" is lhe title of the brochure, and it is a  lhis assistance today than wc were ten ycars ago. j filling climax to the genius and skill of the men  What good is it going lo do mc lo know how to who had in hand lhe carrying out of the big show  "iti  ���������������������������&  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 3*>. K. of P.  Mci'ts every  Monday eveninit  in K.of I*. llnll.    Visitor* cordially invited to all end.  U. Ii. 11 AUK INS. C. C.  (!. ('.. CAMI'HKLL, K.lt.S.  K. .J. COLT ART. M.F.  Hall suitable furC'incert., Uanre.s and all nublir  .nlcrtiiinn < nt>-.    For nuts, etc., addrrj-s,  F. FRAVEL. End.tly*  Coal mining rights of the Doinin-,  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan unci  Alberta..-lh_-.Yiikuii..._V'rritpr_v,  the  i*. *- "^ V.  *iv5_-3|  -.A^v/e"?''^.-  _V.l  PROFESSIONAL  handle"the udders of dairy cows if I have not the  cows and cannot get them? What would I gain  by hearing how to-creel a silo if I have not the  land cleared on which to grow the fodder?   And,  To bc sure, if it i.s nol worlh while having a live  local newspaper in your lown���������������������������if it is not good  business to offer inducements through the local  even if I do have thc cows, and the fodder, what;j)rcss [0 (|raw business to your home town and  do I gain by knowing how-to get the milk if there| hold il���������������������������do not advertise,  is no systematic effort-made to provide, a way ol  P^ C. SKALING, 13. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE -  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  M  ISS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  handling lhc milk from the cow to the market?'^  This farmer may bc an extremist. But there'  are many like him. Last year when, in one week,  four meetings were held in a neighboring town,  addressed by Department ollicials who came to  tell the farmers how to farm, the feeling of thc.  men on the land was most pronounced in opposition to the Department's policy. Here in the  Okanagan it is not so much a question of how to  produce the stuff as it is one of how to clei.r Hie  land and bring it under cultivation, and then, after  the stuff is produced, how to find a market for it  at a profit to the farmer. Thus far no satisfactory  plan has yet been found.  The man who.talks a lot about his great fighting qualities always in the future is usually talking so as to keep his feci warm.     Cut il out.  The excellence of being one of a large family is  that at no lime in childhood did you receive an  undue amount of attention.  About thc only folks who can afford to bc extravagant these days are paupers and parasites.  Trouble is a sort of hallucination that affords  a sweet satisfaction lo the possessor.  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil for llie past live years .of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mas.Doc.,  Oxfor., and Miss Obci'lioHer, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianofniic and in voVc  Production and Musical Thciiy.  For terms apply to Rox 583, Citv.  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound  10.20 lv.  10.33  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  17.41  17.2-1  17.08  16.38  10.28  1G.15  15.48  lv. 15.30  II. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of Brilish Columbia,  may he leased for a term of Iwenly-  one years al an annual rental of yl  an acre. Not more than 2500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease musl be  made oy the applicant in person to  llie Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for arc  situated.  In surveyed territory lhc land  must bc described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of .sections, and  in unsurveyed territory Ihe tract  applied for shall be slaked out by  llie applicant himself.  Each ������������������������������������������������������application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will bj  refunded if the rights applied for  are nol available, but not olhenwi.se.  A royalty shall be'paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per Ion.  Tlie person operating the mine"  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for lhe full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay tin: royally thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should bc  furnishedI at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, bul the lessee  may be permitted lo purchase whatever available surface rights as may  bc considered necessary for the  working of the mine,'at ihe rale of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister oT the Interior.  N.R.--Unaulhorized publication f  tin's advertisement will nol be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Some small sides of pork at Geo.  R. Sharpc's. M  if,  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, February 10, 1916  Lumber  SUPPLIES  Logging Tools of every description. Cant Hooks, Saws,  Chains and Chain Blocks,  Axes, Wedges, Peevies, Axe  Handles, Etc.  NO ALUM  iredT^  Magic  baking  oiir spiritual guides and advisers,  and is this curse thc results of all  their labors? While times were good  wc had il from them that British  Columbia was a pretty good place  lo be in. Would il nol have been  far more charitable for the Rev. Dr.  Mack ay to have asked forgiveness  for our past sins and shortcomings,  and that God's blessing, not Mis  curse, might rest on our best endeavors in the days to come? ������������������  W. J. Woods  WHAT IS AND USED TO BE  Fire  Insurance  CALEDONIAN    INSURANCE    CO.,  The oldest Scottish Fire Insurance  Company  ALLLANCE ASSURANCE CO., Ltd.,  of London, England  Assets exceed $120,000,000  THE  UNION OF PARIS  One of the largest  Fire  Insurance  Companies in lhc World.  J. E. CRANE  AGENT  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  Contributed by A Rancher  Some years ago, I jumped oil' al this  station;  It was a fine little town,���������������������������won my  admiration.  The slreels and lhe stores Were all  in a bustle,  The mills they were busy and both  in a hustle.  Merchants vied wilh each other in  keeping up slock,  There  was a store then  to suit in  every block,  li's  a  grand  situation,  a  beautiful  place,  And was forging ahead in the valley  lown race.  Now whal is thc mailer? have wc  all gone lo sleep?  You can go through the town and  not hear a "peep."  Tlie   grist   mill   has  gone,   nothing  came in its place;  It was a great loss, as a good business base.  The   ranchers   through   thc   valley  now deal al "the Arm,"  Which   fact   alone    should    create  some alarm.  To olher towns in the Valley.they  go for supplies,  Where slocks are kept up and they  do advertise;  Mail orders go daily  to cities nol  near,  Where Ihcy gel wlfal Ihcy want and  nol quit-so dear.  Hard limes make us think and then  tlo some thinking���������������������������  One thing I'm glad of, there's less  wasted in drinking.  We  have nol  lhe price���������������������������I'm  sorry  for Paddy���������������������������.  So  we  wander straight home  and  hit the "tea caddy."  The banks give out money, as a dog  gives a bone,  Give three .on deposits, charge ten  on a loan.  Cash    money,    indeed,   would    be  awfully light  If we had nol "Our Stevens," who  helps in the fight.  THE PRINTER'S DREAM  Alpha Beter, Railroad Telegrapher  Lasl evening I was talking  Wilh a printer aged and gray,  Who [old me of a dream he had  Jusl aflcr Christmas day���������������������������  While a-snoozing in his office  The vision came lo view;  He saw an angel enter, dressed  In garments white and new.  Said Ihe spirit, "I'm from heaven;"  The Lord just sent me down  To bring yoii,iip lo glory;  Pul on your golden crown.  "Many    merchants    you've    made  richer,  (From few received full pay);  While  you've   grown   poorer  ancl  poorer,  Your business did decay.  "So we need you up in glory,  For you have labored hard  Until your brow is hoary���������������������������  You've earned a greal reward."  Then the angel and .the printer  Started toward the glory gate;  Bul when passing close tojiadcs  The angel murmured "Wait���������������������������  "Here's a nook I wish lo show you:  Il's Ihe holiest place in hell,  Where    the    dubs   wdio   beat   the  printer  In awful I o rni en I dwell."  Thc printer saw before him  Old patrons by lhe score;  An easy chair and fan he grabbed,  And asked for nothing more.  He sal and sat and'watched them,  Saw Ihem sizzle, scorch and burn;  And his former debtors saw him  Whichever way he'd turn.  Said the angel:-"Conic up higher,  And the pearly gales we'll see."  Bul Ihe printer'only answered���������������������������  "This is heaven enough for me."  Traffic on Okanagan Lake is open  as far south as Kelowna, the s.s.  Sicamous being able lo keep a narrow channel open through the ice.  We Have a few Sets of Skidding Tongs  left, licit we are Selling for $5.50  Our slock of LOGGING TOOLS of all kinds is complete:  CANT  HOOKS,  PEEVIES,  CHAIN, AXES,   HANDLES,   SAWS,   SAW  SETS, WEDGES, AXE STONES, DOUBLE   TREES,    CAMP   STOVES  AND KETTLES,���������������������������in fact, everything that Ihe logger requires, at the  LOWEST PRICES in town.  Wc can  make you anything lo order in tin, copper or sheet iron.  SHELF HARDWARE,- GRANITEWARE  &  TINWARE���������������������������everything  to make your work easier in your h ome.  Mail orders receive our careful and prompt attention.  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed   strictly   fresh;  40c doz,    Mrs, E. ('ray.  BING, WMNGIiNSM ITHING  RECRUITS   WANTED  FOR OVERSEAS  JOIN THE OKANAGAN COMPANY  OF THE 172nd BATTALION C E. F.  "The Cariboo Rangers"  CAPT. P. De'Lautouh, O.C.,  Box 122, Vernon, B.C.  Tel. 230 and 3105  Recruiting Office at Frank Spencers  Barnard Ave., Vernon, B.C.  GOD SAVE THE KIN'G  t are you  I  We must wake up! Gel a hustle! Get  oul of these ruts!  Sort up stocks! Advertise! Placard  great bargain cuts!  Do something lo gel liie trade back-  to this place  Or soon we'll be nowhere in lhe val-  WIIOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER !     ley-town race.  Make a noise through lhe Valley!  e'en try co-operation���������������������������  Or next thing we'll be missing i.s  . ...lohn_and the station.  MATERNITY NURSING.  Enderby.  Mrs.West,  m4-tf  Renew your subscription for the  Press and help keep thc home paper  up to the minute.  PASTORS POOR POLITICIANS  lie preachers who recently sidc-  ' stepped from Iheir pulpits long  I enough lo compile and publish lhal  'political document under the title  i "The.Crisis in B.C." and wlio were  i later compelled by Ihe supreme   ....  j.(:()UiM--lo_Av.illulraw_llic_p.ubli..c.aJion.  1 Flat-top Ollice Desk il,0,n rirculalion and to pay a dam-  1 Hard-Wood Slope-top Deskhf ���������������������������\\> ������������������re IU,)V riL'l'lil)������������������ W'J^sorc  with shelf.  AT REASONABLE PRICE  FOR CASH  CITY OF ENDERBY  Revision of Assessment Rollfor  Year l!)l(i.     '  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first sitting of lhe Annual Court of  Revision _of .the "Municipality of the  Cilv of Enderby for the"vear"lOtGy  will be held at the Cily Hall, Enderbv, on Wednesday, the 1st clay of  March, 1910, at 7.30 o'clock p.m.,  for lhe purpose of hearing and', determining complaints against the  assessment as made by lhe Assessor,  and revising and correcting the  assessment  roll.  Any person complaining against  Ihe assessment may (i) personally,  o r_ (2.)., by... mean s :o f _a wri Ue n;���������������������������, com -  municalion over his .signature, or  (3) by a solicitor, or (I) by an  agent-authorized by him in writing  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 do 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.  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^repoi:Lare_but=a.handfulrrrL^^  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���������������������������  1 Ollice Arm Chairs, polished  Oak  1 Hardwood Typewriter table  1 Settee, Polished Oak  1 .'lO-inch wood Heater almost  new  2 Electric Desk Lamps  Sundry oflice equipment at n]  bargain.  Apply, Manager Union Bank,1  Enderby, up to" Feb. 15th, 191(5.1  1 i*ii 11 /A i*    1 t . ctfm_'H I'llUIIM'l  lAUII     |J )       I I I II I     III      >>  I  I I I lift  about .1 nl somebody. One ol them, ,������������������ ||))pe;1|. ()M h|s j^.,,,^ C()|Ue ,,������������������  the Rev. Dr. Mackay, speaking at |'(>re the said. Courl and stale his  Vancouver, is reported  as saying: j case, and Ihe Court may conlirm or  "The curse of the Almighty God will  rest on tlie whole of tlie Province."  If, as a correspondent says, our  correct llie assessment;  l'ROYDEI) he shall have given  notice in writing lo llie Assessor of  Ihe ground of his complaint al least  fair Province i.s in such a deplor-' |cn <|.|VS before Ihe dale of the said  able stale as to invoke God's curse,  lirsl si'lling of such Courl.  Dated at llie Cily Hall, Enderby,  this 27th dav of January, MUG.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  Cilv Clerk.  ihen what an awful responsibility  and relied ion rests on the ministry  ol  British Columbia.   Are Ihcy not  ENDERSFOR WOOD WANTED  j TO OUR DEAR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS���������������������������THE CITIZENS  !        OF ENDERBY AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES  In our unutterable misery your   sympathy   has   helped   to  Tenders will  be received  by the  undersigned   up   lo   February   17lh|    , , , .. -   - ..      . _      i ���������������������������j ���������������������������-,.������������������,  inst., for the delivery of :Jo cords j cheer and steady us.   No words can thank you for love and sym  of sound green lir wood,'I feet long,'  lo    be    delivered    at    the    Fortune  School;   wood   lo   be   delivered   bv  Ihe 2(Jlh or March.  Lowest or any lender not neces-  sarilv accepted.  Enderbv, B. (.., Fob. Nth, 191(5.  A. A.  FAULKNER,  Secretary Board of School Trustees  MARK THE COUPON AND MAIL IT NOW !  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE   SCHOOLS,   SCRANTON,   PA.  Please explain; without further obligation to me, how I can qualify  for lhe position, trade, or profession before which I have marked x:  i  pathy; for that there is no equivalent but  love and service  in  return.  But; we do want to thank you for the offer of the shelter of  vour homes���������������������������more homes than we could occupy; for the innumerable acts of thoughtful kindness; and for the spontaneous  and unexampled way in which your generous neighborliness  sprang at once to our help in the matter of material things.   We          have no words that are adequate to express our gratitude.   But  Look al lhc dale associated with you will accept this faltering word of thanks, and believe that,  your illustrious name on tliis paper,! although in Enderby we have suffered our most tragic loss, yet  h,:������������������ !4 iV^VmZhc.r^-'d'-lik''; ''" Enderby we have found a Mendship that time or distance  awful.,- ������������������,... ���������������������������. ,,,,���������������������������,! U ������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������,���������������������������.   can never alter. ^THMJRRAY DOW.  Salesmaiship  Bookkeeper  Higher Accounting  Railroad Accounting  Stenographer  Advertising Man  Show-Card Writing  Window Trimming  Illustrating  Civil Service Exams.  Commercial Law  Good English for Everyone  English Branches  Teacher  Civil Engineer  Surveyor  Poultry Farming  Agricullurc  Concrete Construction  Electrical Engineer  Electric Railways  Else interested in if nol on list.  Electric Lighting  Telephone Expert  Mechanical Engineer  Mechanical Draftsman  Steam Plant Export  Plumbing and Heating  Sheet-Metal Worker  Chemist  Stationary Engineer  Architect  Building Contractor  Architectural Drafts  Structural Engineer  Loco. Fireman & Eng.  Mine Foreman & Supt.  Metal Mining  Gas Engineer  Navigation  Motor Boat Running  Textile Manufacturing  Automobile Running  year.  Name Occupation   City  Province   Employer   RALPH KENDALL, Local Agt., KELOWNA, B. C.


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