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 ^.���������������������������ss^rtajajMo^n^^-A t.  ,       <^.,,w....i> .__ ������������������_,._.  i  '  /*  R>\  Fl  o il  ft  Enderby, B. C, March 2/1916  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 9; No. 1;   Whole No. 417  ll  L_/  Si  News Notes of Enderby and District  Briefly Told for Busy Readers  . '���������������������������>.  Good morning! Is your apple  jack Wing-.y?  Mr. W. H. Embrcy lias enlisted  at Vernon.  Mr. Hugh Heggie was up from  Vernon Tuesday evening.  Mr.-R. Chadwick left last  week lor Kamloops to enlist. ,  Mr. Hcrebrt Teece left Friday  for Vancouver on a very important mission. -  '  ..  The first sitting of the court of  revision was held at the' City  Hall last evening^ .  V Mr. Lewis, of the Okanagan  Saw Mills, spent the week in  Vancouver on business.  Rcv.f. Bcaltic exchanged pulpits with Rev. Mr. Beamish, of  Salmon Ami on Sundayr ."*���������������������������',"  ,:V'Mi\ D. A. McLcod is finishing  -aYvcry commodious porch laddi-  <���������������������������Jion" to* his Regent street home.  ;. .Rev.yand Mrs. Dow and son  /left Monday for San Diego, Cal.,'  where they 'will spend a ������������������������������������������������������month  ..or'two.- -77- . ���������������������������> - _ -  "yy'IiKJian- Agent Brown, and ;  tcrprclcrylsaac Harris arc.;visiting the" Spallumcheen reserve  this.wcck.. s -.  Miss Jean' Sparrow left Mon-  'dayyfor Rocanvillc, Sask., where  she' will spend some time visiting relatives.     _     ; V .  Ratepayers are reminded that,  they arc privileged to, pay their  past year's taxes as well as those  of 1916 in instalments if they so  desire. ' " .,  _After a few weeks of tic-up������������������  cars arc again available for the  Okanagan Sawy Mills, and lumber shipments arc coming up to  normal.  Mr. Thos. Woods returned to  his Alberta farm this week.   Hc  =-has=a- crop-va luccLa t_$4,OO0L-ycL  to move before Spring work in  thc fields begins.  Several citizens, after a month  of "no water" worries, this week  went after il with pick," shovel  aiid trench fires, and arc today  wearing a pure-water smile.  The ladies of Mara gave a lea])  -year dance in M. M. & A. A. hall  Tuesday evening, and we are informed that it proved one of the  best affairs of thc kind ever held  there.  Thc first robin of Spring was  reported Tuesday morning. He  was making an estimate of the  repairs needed on last season's  nest in the orchard of Mr. Jas.  Johnson.  In the County Court at Vernon last week .judgement was  given for the plaintiff in the suit  of Wilfred B. Gosnell against P.  W. Chapman, for. the sum of  $268.58 and costs.  Persons who are in apposition  to give employment to returned  soldiers are requested to communicate with the secretary of  the Enderby branch of the Canadian Returned Soldiers Commission, Mr. C. S. Ryan.  Don't forget the meeting of  citizens of the town and district  which has been called for Saturday afternoon at thc City Hall  for the purpose of organizing a  Good Roads society. It will be  of interest to everybody and all  arc invited to attend.  Announcement is made by the  Provincial Game Warden that  until further notice no more  bounties of any kind will bc paid  on wild animals. Bounties have  been paid on 8,000 coyotes this  year by the Department, meaning $25,000 for coyotes alone.  A number of young people on  pleasure bent, were chaperoned  to thc home of Mr. W. J. Fchtcn  lhc other evening, as a surprise  party. They report having spent  one of the happiest evenings, of  their lives al Mr. Fen ton's home  and declare he is one of thc best  of entertainers.    ���������������������������   .  The annual meeting of- thc  Enderby Growers' Association is  to bc held Saturday afternoon at  1.30 in K. of P. Hall:" Thc-mpst  important business to be transacted will be.the appointment of  a manager, * to. take :thc: place of  MrVJiis. S. 'Dixon, who has --resigned iri order to enlist "with the  103rd Battalion. -"' T\  Mr. and,Mrs.-Phil! Ahier arid  childI left for Ottinya on Friday.  After a week or so spent in tliat  vicinity, they will proceed to.  England. where Mr. Ahier will  be commissioned to proceed to  qne of the Grecian Islands in the  Mediterranean, to take charge of  a large, magncsitc mine. His  term of ��������������������������� service will bc three  years. - .    ���������������������������        .     .,  All former members of the  Northern ^Okanagan Farmers'  Institute, and all desiring to join  for the first time, arc. urged Jo  pay the membership fee of 50c  as early as possible. If you can  not get in touch with thc secretary, Mr. Handcock, and arc*hi  Enderby you arc invited to leave  your name at thc Walker Press,  -wherc^the^official^receipt���������������������������for-  the membership fee will bc  given.  .  A theatrical entertainment  will bc given on March 16th in  K. of P. Hall in aid of thc Red  Cross Fund. Thc old familiar  farce "Thc Area Bella" will be  on thc program, those taking  part being Miss Hazel Stevens,  Miss Robinson, Mr. C. F. Bigge,  Mr. Geo. W. Hughes and Mr.  Gilford Greyell. There will also  he given an amusing dialogue  by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. T. Forster,  and songs and choruses. A few  reserved scats, 50c; general admission, 25c.  The 'concert and dance given  at Grindrod school last Friday  evening proved a decided success. After all expenses were  paid the committee were able to  turn over $60 to the Red Cross.  The Mara orchestra certainly  put up splendid music for lhc  dancing, which continued until  4 a.m., when all went home feeling thoroughly satisfied with the  night's entertainment. Thc Press  is requested to thank all those  who assisted in making the  affair such a-success.  The large audience which attended the picture show at the  Opera House Saturday evening  last was more than pleased with  lhe excellent program shown.  Thc Master Key finished just as  everybody wanted it to, and the  closing scenes   left  a   pleasant  feeling in the-hear I of all. The  Diamond from the Sky serial  has already won a warm place  in thc heart of patrons of thc  house. And the accompanying  comedies and dramas lhat go  with it arc.of a very high order,  and arc heartily received.  Rev. J. P. Wcslman, who, 15  ycars ago, filled lhe pulpit in the  Methodist Church a I Vernon,  but now is representalivc-atr  large for that church, with head  City Council Petitioned to Make  Grant in Aid of Cottage Hospital  < All members of the City  Council were present'a I the regular meeting held Monday evening, and business of considerable importance to lhc city was  transacted.  After the reading of thc minutes and their adoption, Mr. H.  - x rn       .   -      f     .    G. Davics, secretary of the Hos  quarters at   forontp, spoke to fpital Board, appeared before the  he children oi Enderby nv the ;ilcclin     .null\.Cixd. a   1)ctilioil  Methodist Sunday School room  last Friday evening, illustrating  his very interesting talk with  slides showing many beautiful  and instructive scenes of Canadian industries and development along the lines of better  citizenship and a-.fuller life, for  the individualand lhc mass.  /   Resolution of Sympathy.  - At a meeting of the,Kamloops  Presbytery.. whiclK'SvaS; held; in  Vernon'on Feb. l5lh',, the f ollqw^;  ing'resohitionyvvasipassed:; FVV  "-Resolved thai, the "Presbytery- of  Kamloops. dcsire-'locexpress -their  heartfelt.synipathy;'for Mr. Dow and  *his'family*ih,their severe allliclion,  and' pray that 'our Gracious** God*  \Vho hath toi-n may ' als'6-_ h'cal  through His Grace and the gentle  ministry of His I_ovc, that His: scr*-  vanls, in the benevolent compensations of His Providence, may" experience "in wonderful measure the  upholding of His :Power, and be  granted an enlarged and bountiful  ministry of sympathy (.and lovc"in  this world of sin and pain.  The Presbytery desire to. voice  their" admiration for the Christian  heroism and indomitable faith in  which "Mr. Dow and his family have  met their allliction, and have overcome by the Grace of God.  Thev also would bear sincere les-  limonv-to the high regard in which  Mr. Dow,is held by his fellow ministers, lo his lovable disposition, his  splendid services for the Master in  bolh'East and West, strongly enforced by his noble personality and  liferhis-powcrfuNnnuence-foi-good-  as a man and citizen, his rich and  effective ministry in Christ, and his  geniality and wisdom as a co-presbyter and convener. And we fervently pray that hc, together with  his esteemed wife, may be speedily  restored to their wonted energy and  devotion in the Master's work.  The gross earnings of the Red  Cross tea rooms for February are  reported at $58.65. Expenses, including rent, $17.05; balance for  month, $41.60. The committee  desire to thank most heartily all  assisting in the work.  Mr. J. E. Crane is visiting the  coast cities.  Bread low?   Sec Joe.  I (ind that I must close out my  Cement Building Block and  Brick business in Enderby, and  am prepared to dispose- of the  following:,  One   Building   Lot,   60x120,  with storehouse and workshed.  Two Cement Brick Machines,  Building Block Machine,  Veneer Block Machine,  Pier Block Machine,  Moulds for Cemetery Supplies  Any reasonable offer considered.   Cash or terms.   For further particulars apply���������������������������  J. S. JOHNSTONE,      Enderby  WANTED ���������������������������For cash; must be  cheap;   general   purpose   horse;  ' musl be quiet and a good worker;  also one-horse wagon. S. H. Neal,  Mara, B.C. mSJ-2  signed by 78 citizens,* asking the  Council to make a grant to" thc  board of-$35'per month for the  assistance of the Cottage Hospital. ' Also placing before the  Council a letter from Mr. S.  Poison addressed to the mayor  and aldermen offering to donate  law, raising the fee from $3" to.  $5, lo comply with this motion.  Taking up thc mailers brought  up in thc address from lhe chair  submitted at the lasl meeting of .  thc Council, il was decided to interview  Mr.   Slovens,  manager  of the Okanagan Saw Mills, witl'i;  regard to-thc contract at prcserit'"  existing between  his  company, '  and the city for the supply :qf..  electric current; also to get * an;'1  estimate'of lhc cost of repairing  thc roof of the City Hall, provid-;  ing    sanitary, accommodation,  and improving thc heating-ap?-  Some discussion cnV  paralus  sued in regard lot keeping itluf-  strccts clear of grass, weeds and :  to thc city the property known-rubbish, and Aid. Faulkner, sug-'*  as "the *.Worlhingloir..houseT," on gested the desirability of cncouK^  #>'T  ~ -    -A- j~������������������_.  a?  present Council could take it upon themselves to make the granl  bill, unless provisions in same  which   infringe   on   municipal  asked for. In lhc matter of ac-irj"ghts arc amended to thc satis  cepting lhc offer made, by Mr.} faction of the executive of thc  Poison, it was moved by Aid. | Union of Canadian Municipal-  Faulkncrand Ald._Joliij.slon and_!,iiipS._,___   duly carried, that the matter bc"  left in the hands of Aid. Nichol,  chairman of thc health committee, to wait upon Mr. Davics and  ascertain from him .whether il  would bc possible to have the  condition binding lhc city lo use  A letter, under date of Feb. 9th  was received from the deputy  Provincial Secretary staling for  thc information of thc Council  thai Messrs. Albert E. Johnston  (alderman) and Frank Hassard  bad been appointed members of  the  properly,  if  accepted,  for t|le  hoard  of  license  commis  hospital purposes . only, withdrawn; i  Thc shops regulation repeal  bylaw passed its second and  third reading and was duly  sealed. Loan bylaw No. 91 the  same.  Aid. Johnston and Aid. Sharpe  moved lhat Mr. John McPhcrson  be appointed caretaker for the  cemetery, on the understanding  lhat lhc fee to be charged by  him for the digging of graves  shall not exceed $5 in any case,  and that if at any time it were  desired by persons in charge of  an interment to dig thc grave  themselves, they, should be at  liberty to do so, under the supervision of lhc 'caretaker.- The  motion carried, Aid. Pell against  and Aid. Faulkner not voting.  In cxplantion of his vote, Aid.  Pell staled that he preferred to  see the city itself pay the caretaker a reasonable salary for  taking care of the cemetery and  lhc charge for grave digging to  remain at $3.  Thc. clerk was instructed to  prepare an amending bylaw to  thc  Cemetery  Regulations By-  sioners of this cily, and that  Messrs. Geo"." II. Sharpe (alderman) and F. H. Barnes had been  appointed members of thc local  board of police commissioners,  A Idler under dale of Dec. 15,  was read from Messrs. Cum-  mings & Agnew, Vernon, calling  attention to a balance due them  as former city engineers, in the  sum of $9-1, and the said amouni  was included in the finance committee's report:  Enderby Hardware C.....  Thos. Kncal, wages .......  Okanagan Saw Mills, wood.  II. G. Mann,.street lights   Okanagan Saw.Mills', light..  H. V. Wilmot, tax bill ......  B. C. Anti-Tuberculosis Soc.  ��������������������������� S  A. Reeves, stationery  Okanagan Telephone Co. ..  j> >> >>  Walker Press, Dec. Jan. ac.  .his. McMahon   H. G. Davics   G. Rosoman, cash dish."...  Fulton  Hardware Co   I3illings & Cochrane, fees .  *W. II. Flack, wages .......  F. T. Turner .-...���������������������������   Cu minings &' Agnew  ...'..  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed   strictly  40c doz.   Mrs. E. Gray.  2.55  7.50  10.00  20.35  71.90  .<I5  38.75  38.75  7.80  7.-15  10.85  150.05  3.00  5.00  38.00  3.20  0.1.50  105.75  1.25  94.00  fresh;  Ys  shall -'be*'used*? in ^perpetuity.7 f or mcctirig^V>^ s ������������������<j ,;V  ;thc purpose- ofv a public Hospital,  t:-Thc! clerk* reported having-re- l.^^;fi  and;rio other,   Mr. -Davies cstir ceivcclai���������������������������Avirc^from-.Mr^Wr.iD.-^H'*^^  ���������������������������jnatcd.thc-p_op<aay.to,-l^  at least,$3,000;.and on behalf:oft0ftthc Union of Gariadiari MiiiiiVcY  the ..Hospital  Board, ycxprcssed- cipalitics,  Oltawo,. stating, that>..'/.;.  the hope lhal lhe Council would-"Western   Canadian Telephone  . ,7  accept the oiler.���������������������������      - .     J jjjjj infringes rights of all Can-     V  In   considering   the.proposi-jadian.municipalities, -especially : 77  lions made by Mr. DavicsT there municipal control of streets,  was strong opposition to the(.Wire protest to minister of rail-  question of the monthly grant, ways and notify mc." r Y ���������������������������'  asked for oh the part of Alder-1 jn /response to this wire he  men Faulkner and-Pell, who jia(| wired under thc mayor's in-  took thc stand that as this mat-!structions lhc following* pro-  ler had already been voted upon'test:' "On behalf of this city, I  by lhc ratepayers and,failed to!protcst against thc .passage of:  carry,  they did  not  think the Western .-Canadian   Telephone  -.���������������������������.-"ii  ,". THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1916  i_k:  J__W?/ "frame-up"'  is a two-edged.  sword that cuts  both ways~L  a boomerang that  hits back  ���������������������������Wo?  ?FW%  rr  _V'  &r.  ^  fl  i  better paper, small as it is, than the local advertising warrants. Wc hope that before long the  false notion of economy which seems to have  taken hold of many in business will disappear.  Generally, lhc man who understands business  knows lhat the greatest effort to gel business is  required most Avhen there is a business slump,  and that the effects of a business slump are very  largely lo lie avoided if lhc precaution is taken lo  hit the harder for business as the "dull limes"  period comes on.  The Rook of Smiles, published lo keep lhc  slivers out of lumbermen's physiogs, says the abbreviated skirls make the women look shorter���������������������������  and the men look longer.  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, arid Poultry Grits.  TEECE & SON,  Bell Block, Enderby  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  ������������������������������������&������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby.  B. C. at 32   per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising- Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first -'insertion, 2oc each subsequent insertion.   Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1916*  ^0LUME;#INE;  We begin loday Volume Nine of. the Enderby  Press. On the 5lh of March, nine years ago, we  published the first issue. Times have somewhat  altered since then, bul so far as" The.Press-is concerned, we have endeavored to keep il a I ah even  standard, giving the lown and dislrict a newspaper in a measure compatible with the amount  of support given by the businessmen. A smalltown newspaper cannol go far on the money received from ils subscriptions. The home paper  must have advertising patronage if il is lo live  well and develope in size and general appearance.  If, because of a false notion of economy lhe businessmen curtail their advertising support, or. cut  il oul entirely, the home paper musl of necessity  reduce its pages and curtail ils development. Of  course the town sutlers more by ils doing so lhan  the newspaper itself, but the publisher of the  home town paper cannot be expected lo carry bis  own burdens and at the same.lime expend his  money and energies in reaching beyond tbe practical lo boost for the men who will not boost for  themselves. As a consequence there is loss of  -I) rcsli.g__Lo-lh('- lown and-curtailment, ol.dcvclop-  COST OF WAR AND ITS MEANING  Sentiment or patriotism is leading lhc world  into a mysterious frame of mind���������������������������a  frame of  mind which il is difficult to comprehend.   On the  one hand, we see the most cnlighlcned nations of  earth declaring they musl put an end to militarism,  and  on   the  other  openly demanding  the  most perfect military organization il is possible  lo gel.   Nations and empires which have hitherto  lived al peace wilh lhe world wilh little or no  military training by Iheir citizens, and with no  standing army, arc today preparing lo perfect the  best military machine they are capable of.   Even  China, after all these hundreds of years of non-  resislence, has adopted compulsory military service, and is even now organzing a military machine the best she is capable of.   We sec lhe same  movement on foot in lhc United Slates.   Japan,  we know, is more agressivcly military lhan even  Germany, rclyingenlirely upon her force of arms  to break down all opposition to her greed for  lerritorail control  in   China.    The  fight,   then,  against militarism, is more a light against thc  present  dominant  military  power,  not  against  militarism itself.   Perhaps when the present war  is over there will grow up another dominating  military power, which the world will respect for  a lime then-turn upon and rend asunder.   Thai  military power may bc Britain,  or it may bc  Japan,   Il may bc the United Stales.   It cannot be  cither France or Russia.  According to a statement made by Chancellor  of flic Exchequer, Reginald McKenna, thc other  day, the national debt of Britain will have been  increased eleven billion dollars by lhc end of the  financial year, March 31st, as thc direct cost to  Britain of her participation in .this war against  Prussian militarism. It has already cost France  seven billion seven millions in lhc.same cause.  The cost to Russia, and Italy will probably reach  another seven or eight billions, or, shall wc say,  a grand total to these four empires of twenly-five  billion dollars. This in the light against the present dominating military power of Europe. It is  staled lhal il has cost Germany a gross expenditure of seven billion five hundred millions. The  figures have not been given for Austria-Hungaria  and Turkey and Bulgaria, bul as Turkey was supposed to be a bankrupt empire before the war  started, il is not likely her direct loss can bc large.  Let us say, then, lhat while if is costing the Entente nations twenly-five billions to kill the dominant military power, il is costing the Central  Powers fifteen billions in an effort to keep it alive.  And in the end, whal?  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2x4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  -     $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  SAVE MONEY���������������������������Buy your winter's fuel NOW.  OKANAGAN SAW MItLS, Ltd. End,*,  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  Enderby  KingEdwardHotel, Pp;op^URPHY  I    -    -   ���������������������������    .   V I  ment which each and all must regret.  The pasl nine years in Enderby, as well as the  years spent here before that lime, when wc pub  lishcu  If thev  io Edenograph, have been most pleasant.  .iave nol been as profitable as we might  desire, the reason has not. been because of lack of  support and good will on the part of the people of  the community. The town i.s small, and the district .sparsely.developed. 11 was nol a "gcl-rich-  quick'' plan thai brought us lo the Okanagan and  induced us lo establish the Enderby Press. The  object of our establishing a publishing plant here  was much larger lhan any purpose of publishing  only a lillle town weekly. We have never lost  sight of Ihe need of making The Press distinctly a  home weekly, but behind this comparatively  small effort has been the larger work that we  have been laying a foundation For. Another year  has been spent in preparing for the realization of  lhal main object. Bul il has been another year  of war. And the ninth volume opens in what  promises lo be yet another year of war, and we  can see no reason lo believe lhal lill7 will see any  appreciable difference in this respect. And,  while conditions continue thus, there i.s nol much  we can do, friends, but give you as good a home  weekly as i.s possible under the restricted patronage which the businessmen are prepared to give.  We wish to thank our staunch friends of the  town and district who have stood by with a word  of encouragement backed up by the price of a  year's subscription so freely and cheerfully given.  If we have fallen short of anticipations in the  matter of enlargement and other development, we  ask you jusl lo glance over our advertising columns and see there the number of Enderby  business firms there represented, and lo remember that the actual cost of publishing The Press,  even in its restricted size, is considerably more  than the actual receipts from the paper amount lo  each month. Fortunately our job printing plant  is kepi fairly busy, which enables us lo give a  ButterWrapper  There arc said to bc two periods in the average  man's life when he dqesn't understand a woman.  Thc two periods arc before and after marriage.  ^^^WIiEREi������������������KE.MILLIONSARE^GaiNG___  American made war munitions now are pouring into Europe.at llie rate of nearly two million  dollars' worth daily, with the figures swelling  rapidly as production increases. Estimates made  al the department of commerce, Washington, put  the total munition shipments since Europe began  lo purchase for the present war close lo a quarter  of a billion dollars. Al llie rale shipments are  said to be going now the next four months* will  see this total' doubled, even if production remained al a standstill. Bul production is declared to he growing faster now than al any time  since American manufacturers began conversion  of their plants inlo munition factories.  These facts are lhe best of reasons for Uncle  Sam's nol gelling mixed up in lhc European  bloodfesl. While il is true the profits of lhc war  are coming lo America, it is also true lhat the  ability of American manufacturers to provide the  munitions which are required by lhe Allies, and  Great Britain's ability lo gel these niunitious  across the ocean, has contributed more to the  cause of the Allies liiiin anything lhe United  Slates could bring into the war by thnt nation's  entry into lhe conflict.  SECRET OF LONGIVITY  Green County, Wisconsin, boasts of the lowest  death rale in lhat stale. Limburger cheese did it.  Thai's what the doctors tell us. Green County  produced over three million pounds of this odorous edible in 1915, and il has largely displaced  meal in lhat section. Strange as il may seem,  some prefer to eat meal and die lhan limburger  cheese and live.  May 24th  What do you  /  think about it #  The Dominion -law against the selling of  butlcr without the words "Dairy Butler" or  "Creamery Butter"-r-as the case may be���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer. In.thc first place, if his Butter  wrappers are neatly printed with his name and  thc brand of the butter on-thc label, the storekeepers can readily sell the butter at 5c a pound  more than he can get for butter wrapped in paper  that is not printed, and the butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant.  11 is the duty of every butter maker to comply with the law in this matter. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  buller that it does not .-appear to them lhat they  can afford to have their butter 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 not bear the name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill lhc requirements of the law  governing this point, and can be bought in small  ���������������������������"quanTificlraH^  50'lots.     If you do not repuire butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press  0. K. Barter s  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Next the Fulton Block, Enderby  f������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������� "���������������������������   "  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  <W>#$<$K3*><t><$><^*3><t>^^  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-  | dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year ..._...���������������������������.$i������������������h.  /  *  THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Important Industry in  Process of Development  One can hardly over-estimate the importance  of the evaporating plants established within thc  past few months by the Graham Company in thc  Okanagan. Thc plant at Armstrong is one of lhc  largest in Canada. It is what is known as a six-  unit affair. A visit to thc plant last week by Thc  Press enables us to give some off-hand information which will indicate the magnitude of thc  plant's operations, from which some idea may he  gained as to the importance of the industry in  connection with thc fuller development of thc  natural resources of the Valley.  In thc early months of winter the plant at  Armstrong, as well as thc plants at Vernon and  Kelowna, were running on onions, carrots, and  other vegetables of this type. When it is known  that the Armstrong plant handled some fifteen  tons of onions in a single day of two shifts, it will  hc recognized how odoriferous as well as profitable must have been the results. And to know  that after evaporation a ton of onions is reduced  in weight to 180 pounds will enable anyone so  inclined to readily compute the immense value of  a carload of evaporated onions. And when we  realize that,- while the war lasts at least, there will  bc an unlimited demand for this evaporated product, wc may sec at a glance what the establishment of these plants will mean to the towns in  which they arc established as well as the community in general.  To operate thc Armstrong plant, two shifts a  day, requires from 65 to 75 hands���������������������������men, women,  girls and boys.   And to keep the plant going-24  hours requires the burning of 12 to 15 cords of  ��������������������������� wood.   Hence it will be seen that Armstrong and  vicinity has profited immensely by thc establishment of thc evaporator plant at that point.   To-  . day our sister town is perhaps the most prosperous town in the Valley, for the reason that thc  local evaporator, in'addition to affording employment to a number of people, has bought up and  utilized at a profit to thc growers���������������������������perhaps not a  large profit, but a profit, nevertheless, thousands  of tons of field vegetables which otherwise never  would have been marketed.   Hundreds of pits of  potatoes were this winter'frozen in thc fields.  This would have meant a tremendous loss to the  growers had the evaporator not been established  . there.   As;it was, the-growers were paid $6 a ton  '"lor these frozen potatoes���������������������������not a high price as  compared with the market price at. thc present  -time, but high]enough to let thc growers out with  no loss.   At Vernon and Kelowna there was a  similar condition' to be met, and at These points  as well; the evaporators.proved a God-send to the  vegetable.men     ���������������������������    .������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������     J.  When wc visited the Armstrong plant last Saturday they . were working on potatoes���������������������������fine,  smooth-skinned mealy fellows���������������������������so,characteristic  of the Okanagan. We were permitted to sec all  , there was to be seen in the process of evaporation  of potatoes, and wc want to tell you it was an interesting trip through thc plant. At the door as  one entered tons pf spuds were stored in bins and  piled in sacks. Here two men were putting spuds  in boxes and wheeling them to the cleaning or  peeling machines. These machines arc like  large "metal basins with a hopping, revolving  inner bottom. Thc top lifts up and into the basin  a box of potatoes from thc bin is dumped���������������������������perhaps half a sack. The cover is clamped down and  the machinery started. Into the basin from the  lop a steady stream of hot water runs.. The dirty  water runs out at thc bottom. The potatoes are  tossed up and down and whirled around in this  hoppcrJ'or somc.minutcs, then a side door in Jhe  company where the shreds are reduced to a powder and sacked similar to flour for shipment to  the front. A ton of potatoes is reduced to 200  pounds by this process of evaporation.  It is said by those at the plant that in thc  evaporation of onions, the vegetable loses none of  its odoriferous qualities in thc reduction of one  ton to 180 pounds. Neither docs it lose any of ils  medicinal virtue as a food.  LIBERAL CANDIDATE ELECTED  In the by-election on Saturday lasl Vancouver  defeated Hon. C. E. Tisdall by an overwhelming  majority. A larger number of votes were polled  than at thc last general election, numbering 15,-  38 oul of 35,417 on the voters' list. The returns  were: Macdonald, 9,502; Tisdall, 5,462; L. D.  Taylor, 197.  After thc results were made known, thc various candidates assembled in the Hotel Vancouver  and addressed a large number of voters gathered  there. Mr. Macdonald expressed his gratification  at being elected, which he largely attributed to thc  desire on thc part of thc people of thc city to have  some opposition in thc legislature. Mr. Tisdall attributed his defeat to a combination of circumstances, and stated that if the people of Vancouver preferred a lawyer to a businessman hc was  content to abide by their decision.  In the by-election at Bossland, Hon. Lome A.  Campbell, minister of mines, was elected over  Mayor Wilson, the Liberal candidate. The vote  stood, Campbell, 331; Wilson, 322; Lcfcaux, 12.  KEEP STICKING  Give Your Home Printer a  Chance at Your���������������������������  The earth is full of rivers running far beneath  the top, and when thc western farmer wants to  raise himself a crop, he drills a hopeful hole  through all discouragement, and stone for that  artesian fluid which is well and widely known  through very frequent mention in the lectures  that wc hear upon the foolishness of wine and  wickedness of beer.  - Thc world is full of forces which the energetic  chap is constantly and carefully endeavoring to  tap; and when it coldly tells him that it never  heard of him, he simply advertises with persistency, and vim, until he penetrates its outer surface  tough and hard, and ultimately, gathers in a suitable reward.  But he who digs for water and' thc.man who  bores for biz must keep on. drilling grimly till he  gets where it is. The oneWho is discouraged with  a few initial knocks Can-never hope to.penetrate  a thousand feet of rocks; and all the fine prosperity by nature kindly stored will flow "-for other  folks arid fill some other fellow's "gourd.  SHE DIDN'T READ THE HOME PAPER  hopper is opened and out tumble thc boxful of  potatoes washed clean and thc skins like new po-  tates. From these washers the potatoes arc carried by boys to the tables of the girls and women  who cut out any deep eyes or bad spots and cut  into smaller pieces potatoes too large to be sent to  the retorts. Six cents a box is paid Jo thc girls  and women engaged in this work. Thc best of  them make from $2 to $2.25 a day at this work.  They were very happy in the work.  From this long lable thc spuds were carried lo  the retort boxes���������������������������wire sides with wood frames���������������������������  and these were filled and piled upon the retort  trucks, twelve boxes to thc load. This load is run  into the retort and the heavy door closed. Then  the steam is turned on and the potatoes cooked  until soft enough to press through a steam-operated potato shredder. Four men operate tliis machine. The potatoes are shredded one boxful at a  time. The box is dumped in, a ladle of salt added  and out they come on 4x5 foot trays pushed along  and pulled by two men. These are carried to the  evaporators. There are six of these driers or  evaporators, and into these the trays of shredded  potatoes are pushed upon shallow slides, ten deep  and four in a row. In each unit arc eighty slides,  forty on either side back to back; 480 slides in all.  Fifteen hundred feet of steam piping supplies the  heat for each unit. The "finished" tray is taken  from the bottom of the drier, and the freshly-  shredded tray put in at thc top and moved down  as the finished shreds-are taken out. Three men  handle the left and right of each unit. They take  thc finished trays to a long table and knock out  the delicious-smelling lightly browned potato  shreds. The mass is "broken-down" by beating  with pine paddles and pushed off inlo 25-pound  sacks. These are wheeled to the shipping bin,  from which the product is shovelled into box  cars and shipped to the Ontario plants of the  Philip-C. Hanna, former United States Consul  at Monterey, Mexico, touching in thc course o������������������ '  speech on the advantage of keeping abreast of the  times by reading the home paper, illustrated his  point by reference to a traveling salesman who  found himself in a village hotel dining room when  a heavy downpour of rain set in.  "Gee!" he said, addressing thc waitress, "It  looks like lhc flood."  "Like what?" thc girl inquired.  "Like the flood. You have read of thc flood,  and how the ark landed on Mount Ararat, haven't  you?"  "No, sir," admitted thc waitress. "I haven't  seen a newspaper for lhree days."  OH, GIRLS, GIRLS!  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Deptcw Chicago. u.s.a.  v  "Yes," said thq principal of thc youn<4 ladies'  seminary to the proud parent, "you ought to bc  very happy, my dear sir, to bc thc lather of so  large a family, all lhc members of which appear  to be so devoted to one another."  "Large family! Devoted!" Gasped the old  gentleman, in amazement. "What on earth do  you mean, madamc?"  "Why, yes, indeed," said tbe principal, beaming  through ber glasses. "No fewer lhan eleven of  Edith's brothers have been here this term to take  her out, and she tells me she expects the tall one  wilh the blue eves tomorrow."  AID TO AGRICULTURE  In a public address at Victoria a few days ago,  Hon. A. C. Flumcrfclt, minister of finance, in outlining the proposed policy of the Bowser government; said that after brief negotiations, definite  offers for thc bonds to be floated under the terms  of the Agricullural^redits bill have been received  and that within a. short time the money will bc  available for distribution, according lo the terms  of the Act.  BEHIND IN THEIR TAXES  Three million dollars were owing to thc City of  Vancouver at the end of 1915 in arrears of taxes,  according to figures contained in the annual  financial report presented to thc civic finance  committee a few days ago. The'shortage of lax  receipts for the last few years in lhal cily amounts  to no less than $3,1.37/123, of which $1,771,247  represents thc unpaid laxes for 1915 alone.  ���������������������������  How about that good old-fashioned celebration  which is due to be held at Enderby May 24th, tliis  year?  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meeting* fir������������������t  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE  ��������������������������� Secretary���������������������������  E. WHEELER   W. M   ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall. V'iaitori cordially invited to attend.  It. E. HARKINS, C. C.  G. W. HUGHES, K. R.S.  R. J. COLT ART. M.F.  Hnll .suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, ������������������-tc., nildrfm,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  M  ISS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil for the past five years of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mu.s.Doc,  Ox for., and Miss Obcrhoffer, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte and-in voice  Production and Musical Thoiy.  For terms apply to Box 583, City.  C.  P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound  10.20 lv.  10.53  11.09  11.24  11.50  12.00  12.11  12.38  13.00  H. W,  G. P.  ar,  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armstrong  Realm  Larkin  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg.  Northbound  ar. 18.30  lv,  17.41  17.21  17.08  16.38  16.28  16.15  15.48  15.30  BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of-the-Province^of-BrilislrCoIumbiar  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2560 acres  will be leased to one applicant. *  . Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of thc district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  must bc described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurvcyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S5 which will bc  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, but not otherwise.  A royally shall lie paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per Ion.  The person -operating the mine  shall furnish thc Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights arc not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but thc lessee  may hc permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as -may  be considered necessary fou the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should he made to the Secretary of  the Department of thc Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  \V. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of thc Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication f  this advertisement will not bc paid  for.���������������������������83575.  R  Some small  , Sharpc's.  sides of pork at Geo. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1910  Case Against Wing Chung and  Sing Kee Heard Before Magistrate  The trial of Wing Chung and  Sing Kee, charged with selling  nnd supplying one Alec Jones,  an' Indian of thc Spallumcheen  reserve, with intoxicating liquor  was heard before Magistrate  Rosoman this week. Thc case  was opened on Friday evening  last and continued until near  midnight, was reopened Saturday    morning   and    continued  *������������������������������������������������������ o  until noon, and was finally concluded Tuesday night. Considerable interest was .shown in  lhe case, the court room being"  crowded at all sittings.  The case against the Chinese  restaurant keeper and store  keeper was instituted by Mayor  Dill on behalf of thc.city, Svho,  according, lo lhe testimony of  thc prosecution, worked with  Provincial Constable Patton to  bring a conviction. Mr. H. G.  Davies handled lhe case for the  Crown and Mr. N. P. Buckingham, of Vernon, assisted by Mr.  A. C. Skaling, handled the defense.  According lo lhc evidence adduced, through the testimony of  Constable. Patton and Constable  Bailey,  Mayor  Dill,  Dr.  G.  E.  Duncan, of Vernon, Miss Mowat  and  Alec Jones,  thc case was  framed up to bring a conviction  under  thc Indian  Acl.    Mayor  Dill washed a  gallon jug formerly containing lemon syrup,  and provided it, as well as six  botilcs,   as   containers   for   the  apple cider.    These bottles and  jug were rinsed a second time  by Constable Bailey at the City  Hall,   while   Constable   Patton,  Mayor Dill and Magistrate Rosoman were present, and the jug  and   three   bottles   were duly  marked for identification.   Then  everything was  ready  for  thc  Indian Jones.    Two one dollar  bills, duly marked for identification, were; given lo Jones and  an Indian chum, with instructions to lake thc jug to Wing's  and three bottles to Sing's and  buy  with   the  dollar  bills   the  containers  full of apple cider.  This Ihcy did.   While Constable  Patton shadowed thc back door  of   Wing's,    Constable    Bailey  watched   thc  front,  and   when  Alee Jones made his appearance  wilh thc jug of cider Constable  Bailey  took charge of the jug  and   took it  to  thc Cily Hall,  while Constable Patton walked  into  Wing's  and  placed Wing  Chung under arrest, without a  warrant.    Then   they  went   to  Sing Kec's  store and  repeated  the-maneuvering.  Thc Chinamen were taken to  the City Hall, and there, in their  presence,  three 8-ouncc bottles  fi I lccl^wi I irtlic~l;i(lc~r_Trow  and  duly  sealed with  bottles filled wilh cider was sent  to Dr. G. E. Duncan, Vernon, to  be analyzed, one was given to  each of the. accused, and one of  each was retained by Constable  Patton.  The evidence of thc Crown  linking up lhe case so far as the  supplying of lhc cider and lhe  bottling and scaling, was complete. The receipt given by lhc  posl office for the registered  package, which read for a letter,  caused Attorney Buckingham to  register an objection against the  receipt by the court of any evidence in connection with the  package covered by lhe receipt  on lhc ground that thc receipt  put in as evidence was for a registered letter and nol for a registered package. Thc objection  was over-ruled, thc evidence of  the assistant postmistress going  to show that such receipts arc  given by thc post oflice for  cither a lcller or a package.  The evidence of Dr. Duncan  went to .-show that he had been  ���������������������������mSm|M*[cJM  READ  THE  LABEL  in Wing's  Indians at the tables  restaurant he had gone in and  asked Wing for a glass in order  to taste lhe cider in thc bottles  before them.    Hc never could  taste anything in the cider and  did not consider it to be intoxicating.     The   prosecution also  failed, he said, lo present an iota  of evidence showing lhat lhc Indians had ever become intoxicated on thc cider in question or  any cider served by the defend-  en ts.   Thc only evidence lhat it  was an intoxicant, hc said, was  that given by Dr. Duncan, who  testified that be had found alcohol in his analysis of the cider,  but could only guess at the per  centage.   He Ihen read from, thc  criminal code as to what, in the  eyes of the law, constitutes an  intoxicant, which says that any  liquor containing 'IVo  per cent.  , or more shall bc considered an  instructed by Constable Patton! intoxicant.   He then took up thc  the Spring House  We stock Alabastine in all colors. Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil.  Ready-mixed Paints, Varnish Stain, Floor Paint.  O-Cedar Dustlcss Mops Paint Brushes,  Wc stock thc easiest working Hand Washing Machine made. This  is thc BEST YET PRODUCED in Washing Machines.      Price ONLY���������������������������  $16.00  We guarantee it.   If you don't like it, bring it back.  Household and Kitchen Hardware of all kinds.  New Spring stock due to arrive soon.  Plumbing and Tinsmithing.   Anything   made   to   order   in   Tin,  Copper or Sheet Iron.  Mailorders receive or careful and prompt attention.  PLUMBING, HEATING.TINSMITHING  were  the jug  wax, .impressed wilh a Yale key  of a certain number.   The three!  botilcs   of   cider   purchased   at!  Sing's were likewise treated, and  to analyze lhc contents of the  two bottles of cider to find alcohol. Hc did so. He found alcohol. He did not know what  per centage of alcohol thc cider  contained. Hc guessed it was  from two lo four per ccnl. He  made only a qualitative analysis  of thc cider, not a quantitative  analysis. Hc found.alcohol, alcohol is intoxicating, therefore  he was of thc opinion that a person would become intoxicated if  he consunied enough of the  cider. He thought two ounces  of alcohol was sufficient to make  thc average man intoxicated,  lie did not"claim to be an expert  analyst. Hc was a medical practitioner, and had made four  tests of cider for alcohol in,addition to these tests for the case  in courl. That was the extent  of his experience in lhis line.  Thc defense offered no evidence in cither case, but rested  on thc evidence brought out in  thc cross-examination of the  witnesses  for   the  prosecution.  In summing up, Mr. Davics  for thc Crown, asked for a conviction on the completeness of  thc evidence for the prosecution.  Hc claimed that all points necessary for a conviction under the  Indian Act had been proved. II  was necessary only to show that  the cider in question was intoxicating, without regard lo the per  centage of alcohol it might contain, and this, hc claimed, had  been proven by the testimony of  Dr. Duncan, the analyst.  In bis summing up, Attorney  Buckingham pointed out the  crucial^iTfts"iirtlrc_prdsccution  where he claimed the evidence  manner in which lhc arrest was  made, which he characterized as  irregular insofar as it was made  without a warrant and contrary  lo thc Indian Act. Mr. Buckingham read from the.Act setting  forth lhe exceptional circumstances wherc a constable may  bc justified in making an arrest  without a warrant. This is upon  finding a person on. an Indian  reserve wilh intoxicating liquor  in his possession. Hc said in lhc  case before the court there had  never been anything in connection with the dealings between  thc accused .Chinamen and the  public in connection with the  sale of this cider that was not  open and above board. Anyone  could .go into, the restaurant or  store and purchase- it at anytime during business hours. The  accused, hc said, made no effort  lo bide the fact that this cider  was on sale.  At thc conclusion of the counsel's pleadings, thc case was  taken under advisement until  Saturday, March 4th, when the  decision of the court,will be announced.  Fire  Insurance  one   of  each   of   these  sets   of  pul in by the Crown absolutely  failed. In the first place, he said  lhc prosecution failed lo put in  a little of evidence proving Alec  Barg  Great  ains in  Crockery  We have a quantity  of piece Crockery  of the best quality  ���������������������������pieces of sets, etc.  which we are selling  at clean-out prices  to get rid of it. If  you want Crockery  Bargains this is your  opportunity.  W. J. Woods  Jones lo be an Indian of lhc  Spallumcheen.tribe as alleged in  tlie information on which thc  prosecution was based. . On the  contrary, he, in cross-examination of Alec Jones, brought out  the evidence lhat he is not and  never has been an Indian within  the meaning of thc Indian Act.  Alec Jones i.s the son of an Indian woman by a white man  and lie read from the Indian Act  lo prove lhat when an Indian  woman marries a whileinan she  thenceforth ceases to bc an Indian under lhc Act, and her offspring have thc same status in  law as lhe whileman. Another  point wherein he claimed thc  prosecution fell down in this  connection was in its failure lo  present a particle of evidence  showing that thc accused Chinamen knew Alec Jones to be an  Indian of the Spallumcheen  tribe or any other tribe, and he  read authorities to show that the  higher courts have quashed convictions in which this point has  nol been proved.  As lo the cider in question being intoxicating, Mr. Buckingham referred lo thc testimony  of Constable Bailey, who said in  his evidence that on frequent occasions in lhe pasl, when he saw  CALEDONIAN  The oldest  INSURANCE    CO.,  Insurance  Scottish Fire  ���������������������������Company���������������������������  ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO.", Ltd.;  of London, England  Assets exceed $120,000,000  THE UNION OF PARIS  One of the largest Fire Insurance  Companies in thc World.  J. E. CRANE  AGENT  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  NOW  Is the time to order your Spring  Suit. 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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 housand 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���������������������������  fens^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 COUPON AND MAIL IT NOW !  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE  SCHOOLS,  SCRANTON,  PA.  Please explain, without further obligation to me, how I can qualify  for the position, trade, or profession before which I have marked x:  Salcsmaiship  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  Agriculture  Concrete Construction  Electrical Engineer  Electric Railways  Else interested in. if not on list.  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