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 /*'  /  Enderby, B. C., February 24, 1916;  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 8; No. 52; Whole No. 416  Enderby News in Brief  Good morning! How'd you  like to be the policeman?  Mrs. Ed. Mack was called to  her Toronto home last week by  the illness of her sister.  Mrs. J. E. Doerflinger and child  visited their mother, Mrs. Thos.  Gray, Mara, this week.  The masquerade hall given at  Mara Hall last Wednesday evening proved a great success.  A grand concert in aid of the  Red Cross Fund will be held at  Grindrod school Friday evening,  Feb. 25th.  -   Nurse Davies, of the Cottage  -Hospital   is   enjoying a   well-  earned rest of a, week or so at  the coast cities, y  '    A   severe vstbrm   swept, the  . coast of England the past week,  causing damage-estimated well  dp.in the millions.,  - -Mrs.' J.- ~H.  Woods   arrived  from V Seattle . last--. Friday ;;to  -spend-some.time"with her son  'and'daughter! Mi\ arid" Mrs. W.  J. Woods. .       .'���������������������������'���������������������������'���������������������������  ,'   Tlie Red Cross market stall  ���������������������������will-be held on Saturday, March  4th.V Alb'coritributions"should  be left at the Red Cross Room on  . March 3rd or 4thl  Mr. F."D. Abbott was in town  ,frbm Mabel Lake this week.   He  looks for a   large number of  "campers, next season to enjoy  . the pleasures of.Lcighton.Bcach.  Mr. W. J. Collin, ledgcrkccpcr  at the Union Bank, Enderby, left  <���������������������������- on Monday for Shaunavon,Sask.  to which point hc was transferred on thc closing of thc branch  here. _'  -  . Mr. P. S. Ahier and family, of  Mara, are leaving tliis week for  England. Mr. Ahier has been  offered a position as mining engineer on one of the islands of  "Grcccerin^the^McdilcrraneanT^^^  Tom Woods returned from  thc coast a few days ago. Hc is  on his way back to his Alberta  wheat orchard, and will spend a  week or two at Enderby before  entering on thc season's work.  While New York and other  eastern stales have been shivering in zero weather the past lew  days, wc of thc Okanagan have  basked in thc sunshine and joyfully watched the snow children  puddle in thc mud.  The Press is asked to extend  to the ladies who so generously  contributed to thc supper on. the  occasion of the Red Cross masquerade ball, the warm thanks  of the .ladies of the society who  had the affair in hand.  ...It was with genuine regret  that their many Enderby friends  bid good-bye to Mr. and Mrs.  J. W. Gillman on their departure  for Eyebrow, Sask., last Saturday, where Mr. Gillman has the  management of the branch of  the Union Bank at that point.  Members of the fecial* lodge, K.  of P., attended divine services in  a body last Sunday evening, and  listened to a very instructive and  sympathetic discourse on the  merits-of fraternal -orders in  general as viewed by Rev. Mr.  Beatty, of the Methodist Church.  A very satisfactory attendance  characterized the stock judging  demonstration and butlcrmak-  ing lecture held at the Hczcl-  mere Ranch, Grindrod, Tuesday  I afternoon. T., A. F. Wiancko  spoke on dairying and butter-  making, and S. H. Hopkins  handled thc livestock judging.  The following are - the - new  officers recently installed in Enderby Lodge No. 35, K. of P.: C.  C, R. E. Harkins; V.C., W. G.  Pell; Prcl., Jas. Martin; M. of E���������������������������  J. Burnham; M, of F., R. J. Col-  tart; M. of W., Wm. Anderson;  K. R. S.,. G. W. Hughes;.M. A.,  Jno. Folkard; I. G. F. Fravel; 0.  G., J. N. Grant.-  Mr. J. H. Mohr, who has been  confined to his bed for the past  month, continues to, linger in a  serious condition. Miss Mohr,  of the Vernon Hospital staff, is  nursing her father. His many  old-time friends will be glad to  welcome him on his appearance  ohv thc street again with the budding of thc spring daisies..        -  After several years' residence,  in Enderby, during which time  he identified"-himself with all  progressive."movements. "looking  to-the fuller development bf the  town and district," Mr. R. C. At-  tcriborqugh left" for Moose jaw,  Sask-.,'. on JVIonday, being .transferred from; thc ;Enderby branch  to. the Mbosej aw "branch of the  Union Bank, of Canada.'  The Press;has/bcenirecciying  a number * of., communications  recently, not for-publication but  to show thc good intentions of  thc senders, similar to, thc following: . "My. subscription account may be a.little lop-sided.  Prop it up with the enclosed $2."  lt is surprising what a lot of  "propihg" "we can do on two  bucks.  Try us. ,  Jack Brecdon writes from the  front that he is one of a draft to  be sent from Bramshott to the  trenches in Flanders. . He also  tells of the'death of his father  .a URra n tford- a. f cw. wccks.ago.,  Mr. Brecdon will be remembered by all who had the pleasure of meeting him on his visit  in Enderby some three years  ago.-  The body of thc late Mr. Wm.  Moore was brought to Enderby  on Monday, from Morse, Sask.,  where Mr. Moore had recently  been on a visit to the home of  one of his children, and died on  February 15th. Deceased was  72,years of age. Funeral services were held at thc home of  his daughter, Mrs. L. C. Grieve,  Enderby-Mara road.  Messrs. Joe St. George, Chas.  Wallin, P. Gossen, F. Hawes, H.  Torrent and Axel Nordlow, all  of Mabel Lake Valley, were iri  town ' Friday ' last. All report  extensive clearing operations  going on in that favored locality  tliis winter. Mr. Hawes was  hauling lumber to finish the new  home" he has erected on the site  of that burned down last fall.  Constable Robert Bailey is  chief of staff of tbe water pipe  thawing gang. No body knows  better than he the history and  lineage of every water pipe laid  in Enderby, and be can tell to a  dot where the freeze-up is to be  found. The past week bc has  pretty well cleaned up tbe ice  pack in the Regent street main.  One bursted length bad to be replaced in the work thus far finished.  The body oft thc late George  E. Campbell was brought to his  home in Armstrong last Saturday for burial. Deceased was a  bright young man of sterling  qualities.,-' Hc left Armstrong a  short time ago to join a battalion  forming at Victoria. Hc failed  to pass the medical requirements and at the time of his  death was on a visit to Seattle.  While on a motor ride'with a  friend the car was struck by. a  train and both Campbell and the  driver of the car were killed.  He was a grandson of Mrs. F.  Hassard, and wasLmost popular  in the Armstrong community.  ��������������������������� Enderby Organizes Branch  At a meeting of a few of thc  Celestial Apple Cider  Tuesday night City Constable  Bailey and Provincial. Constable  Patton, arrested Wing. Chung  and Sam Kee for selling liquor  known as apple cider to Indians.  For some months past this apple  cider business has been booming  and some, time ago an Indian  was arrested and fined for.bcing  drunk, lliough hc had been im;?  bribing ih nothing stronger"than"  hard, apple cider. There j>vas  reason to believe that the cider  was being "doctored,", arid so  tbe authorities-began to take notice. Tbe other day-Wing added cighLkegs of. cider to his  stock, and the" Indians began to  gather-around as flics 1 hug a  molasses barrel;    They took il  businessmen last Friday, evening by the. glass, by the bottle and  it was decided to'organize a |by the little brown jug or, any  branch of the.Returned Soldiers' j cthercolor. Wing andSam had  Aid Commission, xto act in con-, to'put up $100. baiMo-await an  Bread low?   See Joe.  junction With .-thef Dominion organization caring Tor soldiers-returning, f rom%the{ front,-! witlv a  "view to assisting^such .men.to  reinstate themselves in civil life.  . It was decided tliat the mayor  of thc town should be president  "of^thc" Eridcrby\Braiich;^aricV the  following officers -were, elected:  .Vice-president,, Mr.F.S. Stevens;  secretary-treasurer, . Mr. * C. P.  Ryan;, working .committee, to  co-operate with the ollicers,. Mr.  Winter, Mr.. Fulton,* Mr.Murphy.  Local representatives of tbe or- ing in Canada: "Neither rowdy  ganization, to cover their rcspec-ism nor ruffianly misconduct arc  analysis of samples of the-cider  ���������������������������found- 'on th'c- Indians-;as: They  were coining but-'bf -the door- of  Wing's and Sam's^placcs of busi-'  ricss..-. * ���������������������������/. W'^V 7. ���������������������������';��������������������������� 7 , V ' "V  _y. Rq>yd)dsm Not Bravery   ,V  '" .* -.   i    "y -_������������������*- .    ���������������������������'   z^+'^i" ft- ***  ;Sir Sam Hughes,, minister of  militia, a few days ago, presumably a"s the outcome of lhc riots  at Calgary and at Berlin the past  week or two,' addressed these  .words to recruits now in train-  tive localities, were, named as  follows: Mr. T. Skyrme, Grindrod; Mr. C. W. Little, Mara; Mr.  H. Torrent, Hupel; Mr. F. Hassard, South Enderby; Mr. T. R  discipline. Nor do cither bccoirie  a soldier. Such action may find  no place in the Canadian service.  The donning of a uniform docs  not   exempt   any.   from   their!  Skelton, Hulcar; Mr. Jamiesonjboundcn   duties   and   responsi-  Dccp Creek; Mr. L. J. Proctor,'billtics   as. respectable citizens  Northwest 'Enderby.  For the Patriotic Fund  On thc contrary, being in. uniform should bc, and, in a properly controlled corps, is, guaran-  Uee^o f-manly_J.cha-v.ior. - His I buv  The danciri^class inaugurated | ,ovcs lhat lllc ru,Ti.m ,..u.cly  early in the winter by Messrs. , cs himscir t|lc bravest in the  Harkins & Dugall will close the, prcscncc 0r ulc enemv. 11 h the  season with a Irce dance to be sel|_con trolled man who proves  given in K. of P. Hall on tbe eve  ning of March 2nd.   The members of the class arc bearing nil j  thc expense of thc affair, ball, I  orchestra, etc.   During the evening   an    opportunity- will   be;  given to all attending to conlrib-j  lite any amount they may feci  disposed, the whole amount of  suchxontribulions to bc turned  over to the Canadian Patriotic  Fund;   Ladies attending arc requested to bring refreshments.  Do Away with Patronage  Sir Ge'orgc Foster, minister of  trade and commerce, and one of  the strongest old-line Conservatives in '.the Ottawa cabinet, last  Prices Soaring,  Bradstrect's says the cost of .  living has advanced 45 per cent,  in Canada since Hie-war started.  Wc 'arc sure of it. When thc  war broke out The Press paid  7c a..pound for linotype metal.  Today^it cost's 13 1-2 cents, and  it'can be had only at the picas-,  ureV arid convenience of the  iiietaUpcoplc. Similar increases  have been made in the cost of all  printing papers.\_ "Printer 'and  Publisher" says:      ,  "Paper prices arc .going up;  printing ink prices arc; up;'and  prices willgo higher.   Ink buyers a nd, pa per buyers arc. urged-.  to stock��������������������������� up:*  Irivestments'nbw*"  will yield big profits later on.",  .This advice,, if" good for/.thc-  printer, is good.for,the business,,  man -using printer-matter.? ^A;-::  word to the wise will.do. - ~  i-V  Py -Mistake. Acknowledged"  '-'������������������������������������������������������-.  \V_"?VViihVTega'ril.:-*Xb^ZcppciinSjVv:  said'Miv A; J:.Balfour," first- lord'  of thcadmiralt>Cin tlie Hoiiseof  Commons a few days ago,~''look-  irig'4back-oil'cycnts,;L,am;sbrry ���������������������������  ''���������������������������ffiatrwe'**did\fibt"d''cvclb|r;tlfat'.  typcrof vessel, not so* much;i'6r  aggression and" defence as for  'maritime   and   other 'scouting.,  Such airships might have played *  for-us an important part.- Certainly, Germany has had.an advantage in possessing Ihem. Wc  arc doing what we caii to remedy this stale of things, but I do .  riot pretend thal^whcn we beganV  thc race ten years behind .the  enemy, there is any reasonable -  probability of catching up. However, something.musl be done, .  and what can be' done is being  done." .  '  Latest War Summary  ���������������������������*. ���������������������������r-.  .    i>.C ,'������������������������������������������������������ '-s1*!  't,_'f'lWJ������������������^l  :-.i,;r,\>;-X'^'A  -.w* ^-Vt   .i, .?. Sirl  .* :\:-'^-?Jrd  , ,    <    S~-\r -^-������������������>A  ���������������������������*       t*"*  ���������������������������   , ^ *"---tA  ^ I^-Vcit1  ^      ���������������������������*- r#*������������������       *"I  j/-.f������������������--;:Vv^  ���������������������������   ''\^r"C-.^5^^-  . *" .1  himself a true soldier, and there  must bc no yielding to frenzy.  * * * This war requires cool  hcads.firm minds and controlled  action, backed up with the'best  armament.''  Darkey's Answer to Prayer  Thc following proves to be a.  remarkable answer to prayer.  An old darkey, who saw a rather  impoverished Thanksgiving Day  drawing near, prayed, fervently  that sonic kind friend should  send him a turkey. He prayed  often and long, in facljic prayed  "without ceasing." But the  turkey did not materialize and  week in the House of Commons the day was  drawing  uncom-  made an eloquent appeal to both' forlably   near.     Thc good old  colored man at last became convinced that there must be some-,  thing wrong wilh the manner of  his petition, but his faith never  wavered. At last a bright  thought occurred to him. .He-  altered thc conditions of the  prayer and asked that lie bc sent  to get a turkey. This proved  more satisfactory. Hc soon came  in with three turkeys.  Double   bill  of films at the  Opera  Liberals   and   Conservatives   lo  combine and do away with party  Teece & Son moved into' the Union  Bank corner . this week arid are prepared to serve patrons in their new  quarters.   *.'  Rev. C. 0, Main, Armstrong, will  occupy the pulpit in the Presbyterian  Church Sunday morning and evening.  Mr, R. R. Gibbs left on a business  trip to Revelstoke on Wednesday.  Don't fail to see  the concluding epi  sode of The  Master  Key,  Friday and  Houg.   Frjd      and   Saturday.      'Tw0  Saturday, at the Opera House. rfi(rlllar shows for the urice of one.  A Patriotic Dance is to be given by I  the ladies of Mara Feb.  29th, for Red  Cross work.  regular shows for the price of one.  Mrs. Rarnes, of  Merritt,  is visiting  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Logan.  Petrograd reports an important Russian gain in Mesopotamia, in the capture of thc  strategic base Erzcrum. Tbe  garrison troops escaped, but it is  reported thai 1000 guns' were  taken.  In Flanders the Brilish lost  some fiOO yards of first-line positions to" the Germans, while in  thc Argonnes, il is reported that  the French have lost some  ground to thc enemy.  On the other fronts nothing of  importance has been reported,  either by the Entente Allies or  the Teutonic, allies.  Can Loan Money on Live Stock  An important financial measure passed its second reading in  the Doiriinion House this week.  It is the bill to extend lhc powers  of the hanks in* making loans to  farmers. Thc bill, in addition to  making permanent the legislation of last year in regard to  loans on seed "grain, provides  that loans may be accepted on  thc security of livestock. ;  The Enderby Tobacco Fund will give  a whist drive tonight (Thursday), Feb.  24th, to enable the committee to send  parcels of tobacco and comforts to our  local soldiers at the front. Four prizes,  good supper and dancing; 35c.  B. C. potatoes are now ������������������40 a ton at  Alberta points. Few are available.  Evaporator plants have cleaned up the  surplus supply. vi  ���������������������������fi  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, February 24, 1916  SPRING-TIME PUSH  In another month the pussy-willows and butter  cups and spring daisies will have conic, bringing  Iheir'gladsomc'message of Spring, and heralding  the advent ol* another season of activity and  effort. There is no time quite so good as The  )i'csenl���������������������������none so filled wilh possibilities for the  nisinessman,  lhe mechanic,  lhc  I armor or  ic  HE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,   H. C. at  S2   per   year,   by   tbe  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  2iic each subse-  cjuoiit insertion.    Contract .-ulvoi-tiairiK. ������������������1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2.,. 1916  MOVEMENT FOR GOOD ROADS  common'laixire'r. Bul there arc problems all  must meet���������������������������dillicullies all musl overcome. To  sit down with folded hands and bemoan condilions means ruination. The .harder conditions,  the more .determined musl hc the effort lo win.  There can bc-ri'o failure if the right effort is made.  But lei if he remembered just al lhis time thai  "lhc line between failure and success is so line  thai we scarcely know when we pass il, so fine  that we are often on the line and donol know il.  How-many, a-man.-has thrown up his hands at a  lime when a ..lillle 'more clforl, a lillle more  patience, would have achieved success! As the  tide goes clear out, so it comes clear in. In business," sometimes prospects may seem darkest  when really they arc on the turn. A lillle more  persistence, a'lillle. more clforl, and what seemed  hopeless failure" may turn lo glorious success.  There is no failure except in no longer frying.  There is no defeat except from wilhin, no really  insurmountable barrier save our own inherent  weakness of purpose."  The enemy will never hoist the while Hag for  you���������������������������you must do that yourself.  Help yourself.   When you do everybody will be  ready to help you.  MORE.DEFINITE AGRICULTURAL POLICY  .   ��������������������������� Eight years ago somebody came to the ollice  of The-Press and complained aboul bad roads.  * At thai time we said: "'The unusual pari of lhis  'complaint is  lhal  lhc  person  complaining suggests  a   remedy.     In   making his  complaint- he  asked why we did nol have a good roads society  here as they have in I he.'East.    And we had lo  answer ''why!"    Wc presume it  i.s because the  men who use lhe roads never have wanted il bad  enough.    We can have anything in this world if  we want il bad enough.   When the men who use  the bad roads want good roads.Ihey will organize  a good roads socicly and get good roads, just as  thev have done in flic East and everywhere else  where they have good roads.    It's up to the men  who use and are content  with bad roads.    The  expenditure of small sums of mony each  year  in patching up bad roads keeps them bad roads.  The only way lo make a good road is by starling  right���������������������������wilh  a  good  road.    Good  road  societies  leach Iheir members and the.community lhal in  There can be no doubt lhal ihe general opinion,  in agricultural sections al least, i.s in favor of lhc  policy which Premier Bowser lias declared in  favor of���������������������������thai of establishing a separate Department of Agriculture. . This step, the Victoria Colonist declares, constitutes a part, and a very important pari, in Mr. Bowser's administration.  Willi a separate Department bf Agriculture, and  a minister af ils head whose duty il shall bc lo  devise lines of useful activity, there would then  be some chance of inaugurating a broader, more  definite, policv lhan has yet been followed in lhis.  direction. The Colonist, we think, puts it about  right when il says: "In some respects agriculture in Brilish Columbia is decidly an infant industry. Except in certain localities il lias been in  the nature of an incidental occupation rather than  a business, and this.is true of a greal number of  people who have no other means of livelihood  tb.aii Iheir own labor. * We have a vei%elIicienL  permanent staff in the Department as now constituted. We do not think its ellicicncy is al all  fully appreciated by Ihe public* Bul thc experience ol ail flic provinces has been lhal a minister,  who is direclly responsible lo the represen la lives  oi' lhc people and-through ihem to the people, is  absolutely necessary il" agriculture is lo be pro-  moled as if ought lo be."  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 Cprdwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  -     $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $1.50 per load  SAVE MONEY-Buy your winter's fuel NOW.  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������derby  Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  COURAGE REQUIRED  II i.s ;i mistake to accept as a fact the theory lhat  dull times are necessarily a characteristic of war  condilions.    Nor is il. reasonable to declare lhat  war does nol bring in ils train serious depression.  The thing we are"gelling af i.s lhis: In times of  order to have good roads they musl pay for Ihem. depression, business in any community becomes  And when people are ready'to pay for things, in jusl what lhe businessmen oHhc community .con-  labor and taxes, the rest is easy.'  ^htrHrc-^Tl^rgiT^  elude to.make.il.   Successfully meeting'accepted  we have learned since that we gave expression lo  only half a Irulh. Since lhat time lhc Provincial  Government* has appropriated ���������������������������something like  ���������������������������-fl(UKH) lo the ' Spallumcheen municipality to be  spent on lhe trunk road running ���������������������������through the  imifticipalily. The money has been' spent. But  llie trunk road upon which it was spent is less a  good road now lhan il was eight years ago. The  ��������������������������� money .was not thrown away it simply dis-  appearcd. What amouni.- has been spent on the  trunk road through Knderby-Mara district we  are nol in a position lo say. But whatever il has  been, results have nol been much heller.  Polities and  good  roads  do  not  go  together.  It i.s costing us loo much money for whal we gel      A  London dispatch says  financial  circles are  in return/ And the only way to lake lhe raodsjkeenly  interested  in   Premier Asquilh's  coming  this  courage, however, is what every business^ man  needs���������������������������without it one might as wcllquit. To sit  down with folded hands and declare lhat because  of war condilions it is useless lo attempt lo get  more business than is .forced lo come lo one's  door, is bad policy. One must have courage to  believe in.a bigger and'heller season* of activity  than'we"ever had, Tlie businessman who has the  courage to so believe���������������������������and goes aflcr it���������������������������soon  will have many followers. Courage lo go after  il���������������������������courage lo Slav wilh if���������������������������courage to get il.  ButterWrapper  Parchment  The Dominion law against the selling of  butter 'without the words "Dairy Butler" or  "Creamery Buller"���������������������������as lhc case may be���������������������������printed  on lhc buller wrap, is'a blessing in disguise lo lhe  average farmer.- In lhc first place, if his'Butlcr  wrappers are neatly printed-with his name and  the brand of thc butler-on lhc label, the storekeepers can readily sell lhc butter al 5c a pound  more lhan hc can get for butler wrapped in paper  that is not prinlcd, and the butter-maker gets tbe  advantage iii 5c a pound more for bis butler from  the merchant.  It is lhc duly of every buller maker lo comply wilh the law in this mailer. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  buller lhal il docs not appear to them lhal they  can afford lo have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like lhc idea of having 500 or 1000  butter wraps on band. To accommodate this  class of butler makers, The Press has prinlcd up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They are  printed witii the words "Fresh Dairy Duller" but  do not bear thc name of lhc maker. However,  Ihesc wrappers fill thc requirements of the law  =g()v-cniing-lhis-])oint,-an(Lcaiubc-boughu.iusnialL  quantities at the rale of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not rcpuirc butler wraps in.  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  %���������������������������?  In lots of 5<  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  OVER TU'0 BILLION POUNDS STERLING  oul  of politics i.s by organizing good  roads so  cielies throughout lhe Province.   This district has  h  demand for a new appropriation of four hundred  and twenty million pounds sterling for war pur-  is generally thought lhal lhe rumored addition ol  six hundred million pounds lo the national debt  will not cause much disturbance of lhe money  ing fell Ihe need of such an organization.    And j poses, bringing the total British war expenditure  he need has ripened into a desire on the pari ofjup lo two biliion eighly-lwo million pounds.    11  a   number of citizens of  Knderby aud  vicinity.  '  ' '  '"  Those citizens have been talking il over, and Ihey  feel that the only way to place the proposition  fa iri v before lhe people is by calling a public j market, although financiers and statesmen recog-  mceiing, to be held in lhc Cily Hall, Saturday j nizc that llie payment of inleresl, nmv amounting  afternoon, March lib. al 2.'.)() p.m., and The Press; to approximately one hundred and fifty million  has boon asked lo publish lhe fact. As we under-j pounds sterling annually, will involve a great  stand it, people inleresled in the good roads j strain on the national resources for lhe next  movement are urged lo leave their politics al j thirly years, even if nothing i.s later added lo lhe  home und come prepared lo give all lhe iiiforma-j burden. The general view prevails, however,  tion possible on the good roads movement, wilh j that the' nation will unite in making a success of'  the object of organizing the dislrict with the one lhe Government's ell'orls lo pay ils way, and this  objecl'of GOOD BOA1JS. feeling is strengthened by the apparent national  prosperity  disclosed   by   lhe estimated   national  revenue returns, which amount for the year lo  The Walker Press  How aboul lhal good old-fashioned celebralion  1()W aiOUl ll liOOO  oiw-i;i.->niwm-u   likui uuwu       .        .   ., , ,       , ���������������������������   ,.      . ;ii'    ���������������������������  1W11,,,,|I,  which i.s due to be held al Knderby May 2 111,, lhis ^ll "��������������������������������������������� '""I���������������������������1 ������������������'������������������l1 M>' mlll,on 1)0U,M,S-  vea r  Perhaps by the time lhis cruel war is at an end  lhe world will he ready lo demand a religion lhal  will unite men, not divide Ihem.  What do you  f  think about it ������������������  Customer's Own Material Made  Up.        Prices from $15.00 up.  Cleaning, Pressing & Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  Baths in connection  r-I. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Ncxl the Fulton Block, Enderby  E, J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ��������������������������� ENDERBY, B. C.  Good "Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  -Land-seekers  and Tourists in- %  vited to give us a trial.  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year  y  At  I  4  *1 lb  Thursday, February 24, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  List of Bulletins Issued by  Department of Agriculture  The publicity end of the Department of Agriculture, Victoria, says:  There are hundreds interested in agriculture,  in this district, many of whom' have given much  study and thought to the work, and again there  are some who have not had the opportunity of  studying the land problems as perhaps they desired. Much has been written on agricultural  subjects, and the numerous books, bulletins and  circulars which arc in circulation have all filled a  want, which has been appreciated beyond measure by lhc farmers of the country. And perhaps  there is no more popular scries of agricultural  bulletins and circulars available than that issued  by the Department of Agricullurc at Victoria by  lhc officials of the department.  A list of the publications of the department is  given below, and any of these will bc sen I free by  writing to. thc Department of Agriculture and  stating what bulletins and circulars are desired.1  Any of the bulletins arc well worth the expense of  a postage stamp. This list is complete to dale.  Check off thc bulletins and circulars, you want  and mail your request. No charge whatsoever is  made for thc publications. After checking the  list, do not destroy it. Cut it out and reserve it  for future reference:  A-MAN  No  . 32  ,,  40.  ������������������  GO.  >������������������  01.  ������������������  62.  )������������������>  ,64  ������������������  (ill.  j������������������  67.  No.  20.  ������������������  ���������������������������39.  ������������������  .40.  ������������������>  no.  ������������������>  63.  ������������������  36.  ������������������  36:  .-.������������������  52.  54.  No.  33.  -"���������������������������   68.  "   68.  Live Slock and Mixed Farming  Control of Tuberculosis.  Alfalfa.  Hog-raising in British Columbia.  Field-crop Competitions, 1914-15!  Bovs'  and  Girls'  Field-crop  Competitions,  ���������������������������1914-15.  Angora ancl Milch Goats.  Silos and Silage.  Feeding and  Management of Dairy Cattle,  (ready shortly.)  t  . Poultry Bulletins  Practical Poultry-raising.    (4th Edition.)  Natural and ArtiJicial Brooding and Incubating.  . (3rd Edition.  Market Poultry.    (3rd Edition.)  Care and Marketing of Eggs. (2nd Edition.)  Poiiltry-house Construction.  o '. "  Women's Institute Bulletins, _.  Place and Purpose of Family Life.  ' *.*  Preparation of Food. " *   -  Report of Advisory Board-of Women's Institutes (1912-13.)  B. C. Women's Handbook (1913-14.)  Fruits and Vegetables.    . - -  Fruit-growing Possibilities, Skeena River.  (Reprint.)     .  Farm Storages for Fruits and Vegetables.  Diseases and Pests of Cultivated Plants, in  British Columbia (ready shortly.)  No. 30.  "    4l>;  "   44.  "   59.  05.  No  . 6  ������������������  7  ������������������  9  ������������������  10  No. 2.  "   3.  Miscellaneous  Guide lo Bee-keeping.   (2nd Edition.)  Apiculture in British-Columbia.  Irrigation in British Columbia.  Agricultural   Statistics   for Year  1913,  including. Special   Reports   on' Agricultural  Conditions in tbe Province.      -   ,  Agricultural Statistics of B. C, Year 1914.  Circulars  Wild Oats.  Gardening on a City Lot.      \  Honey Production in B. C, 1913-14.  Honev Production in B. C. 1915.  B. C.'Crop ancl Live-stock Report, 1915.  Circular Bulletins  Puberculosis in Poultry.    (2nd Edition.)  Construction  of Fresh-air Brooders.     (2nd  =1_ditiont)==  This article���������������������������A Man���������������������������so nearly meets the ideal  that we wish to pass it on for the good it may do:  A man keeps himself clean and neat out of regard for others, but on occasions is ready to get  as dirty as work, or play may require.  He eats heartily, but only such and so much  food as will keep him inmost effective working  and playing condition.  He foregoes liquor aiid tobacco whenever they  would mean either deterioration for himself or  destruction of. those weaker than he.  Pie takes all the amusement and fun he can get  without annoyance or degradation of others or  enervation of himself.  He spends freely for what hc enjoys, and saves  for a rainy day; yet holds ail his spending and  saving.subject lo thc claim of persons and causes  more needy or worthy than hc.  He stoutly and bravely defends wilh all there is  in him whatever be stands for; yet would rather  be called a coward than do a foolish or foolhardy thing lo avoid il.  Hc looks out shrewdly for his customer,  creditor, employer or employees.  Hc tells the truth in kindness to all who have a  right to hear it.  Hc makes thc future as real as the present, and  treats present and,future, both for self and for  others, as one.  He is orderly for thc most part, and disorderly  on special occasions, as thc pleasure and convenience of all concerned may require.  Hc talks frankly about unpleasant facts when  necessary, but keeps silent about them when talk  would serve no good social purpose.  Hc is polite with an inner politeness born of  a desire to give pleasure rather than pain.  Hc has at. heart the welfare of all with whom  hc associates, living at peace with them so far as  hc can, and fighting fairly when peace cannot be  honorably maintained. .*  ,- Hc is Ipyal to his'group and his friends when hc  can bc loyal,to them without being false to himself. -        .  Hc thinks little of his attainments, but much  of his aims, deriving humility from the. former  and self-respect from thc latter.** .-;  Hc treats in though, word, and deed all women  and girls as hc would wish others to treat-his  own.mother or sister.  '* Hc is askind and helpful, to those vyho, wrong  him as he can-be without being misunderstood,  and ready to forgive them the instant they .repent..  Hc devotes himself to. his. friends and companions as so many extensions of"himself, and  takes as much delight in their happiness and success as in his own.' 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Name  "Wh������������������ The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  im*sk&  reel and No.  ity......'.   ..:   Pror.  1 I  COMING CONVENTION OF FRUIT GROWERS  "   4.  "   >���������������������������**.  0.  "   0.  "   7.  "   8.  "10.  "11.  " 12.  "13.  " M.  No. 2.  "   3.  "4.  "   0.  "   7.  "   8.  "   !).  "10.  "11-  ������������������ \ <>  " 11.  "15.  "10.  "17.  "18.  "10.  "20.  " 21.  " 22.  "23.  " 27.  " 28.  " 29.  " 24.  "30.  Management of Turkeys.  Clover Dodder.  Seed Improvement.  Keeping Poultry Free from Lice.  Corn.  The Cure of Milk nnd Cream.  Poultry-keeping on si City Lot. (2d Edition)  Management of Geese.  Root-seed Grow ing.  The Use of Agricultural Lime.  Horticultural Circulars -  --  Commercial Onion Culture.  Selection of Orchard Sites and Soils.  Insects Injurious to Orchards.  Spray Calendar. ' '  Fungous Diseases of Orchard and Garden.  Packing Orchard Fruits.  Sprays and Spraying.  Commercial Potato Culture.  Progress and Prospects in Fruit and Vegetable .Growing..  Orchard  Intercrops.  Practical Irrigation.  Cabbage, Celerv and Tomato Production  Culture of Small Fruits in thc Coast Secti<  . The twenty-sixth annual meeting of the B. C.  Fruit Growers' Association, will be held in the  Empress Hotel, Victoria; on March 6lb and 7th,  when many matters of vital importance lo thc  industry will be discussed by'thc delegates from  all the fruit growing sections of lhc Province.  It is expected that this convention will eclipse any  yet held by the fruit growers, because of thc important work, done by the executive in bettering  'transportation facilities, in securing an increased  duty on apples, and in advertising lhc products of  the..Province,.toVthe_co.nsum.ing_public_Q_n Jhe  prairies and at lhc coast. The membership of llie  association is at present the largest in ils history,  despite thc fact that so many prowers have enlisted for Overseas service. The latest important  legislation which lhc association has been instrumental in gelling put through is thai increasing  thc import''duly on apples to 90 cents a barrel, or  30 cents per box.  MONEY VALUE OF AN EDUCATION  {s?\. Vv  Wm .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<.....  ���������������������������*xy������������������  *������������������  h.  5ti-  Get "More Money" for your Furs  Beaver, Foxes, Muskrat, Wolves, Marten, Fisher,.  White Wetsel sod otter For bearers collected ia your aection  SHIP YOUR FURS PIBECT io"SHUBEBT"tIie largest  bouse In tbe World dealing exclusively In NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS  a reliable���������������������������responsible���������������������������safe Fur House with an unblemished reputation existing for "more than a third of a century," a long* successful record of sending Fur Shippers prompr.SAT ISPACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns. 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Complaints have been heard that, since the Department of Agriculture discontinued its policy ol  sending its literature direct to thc members ol  the Farmers' Institutes, but sends it for distribution to the several secretaries of the local  branches, of the Institute, very few of the members ever receive the documents when issued.  What is the money value of an education?  The average reduced to individual cases would be  something like this: Two boys, age 14, are both  interested in mccahnics. One goes into the shops,  thc other inlo a technical school. The boy'in the  shops starts at $4 a week, and by the lime be is IS  he is getting $7. At lhat age the other boy is  leaving school and starling to work at $10 a  week. At 20 the shop-trained young fellow is  gelling .$9.50 and lhc technical graduate"$15; at  22 the former's weekly wage is $11.50 and the  lalter's $20; and by the time they are both 25 ihe  shopworkcr finds $12.75 in his pay envelope  while lhe technical-trained man draws a salary of  $31. These figures arc based on a study by the  Educational"Bi-monthly, of 2,000 actual workers.  DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS ENLIST  SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings fust  Thursday on or after- the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  WHEELER  W, M.  JNO. WARWICK  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K.of P. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  K. E. HARKINS. C. C.      '  G. G. CAMPBELL, K.lt.S.  R. J. COLT ART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.. .For rates, utc. address.  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  M  ISS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  During thc past fortnight four officials of the  Department of Agriculture at Victoria have  joined units preparatory to going Overseas. Thc  call of duty was too loud lo bc prolonged, with  the result lhat now the 5lh Canadian Garrison  Artillery is four men'stronger, by the addition of  Messrs. Henry Rive, Wm. Newton, G. L. Foulkcs  and W. H. Robertson, who have been connected  with thc department for some lime. They are  now training at Work Point Barracks, taking  the course of instruction before leaving wilh a  draft for duty in France.  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil for the past live years of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Oxfor., and Miss Obcrhofl'cr, L.R.  ���������������������������A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte and in voice  ���������������������������Production  and  Musical Theoiv.  'For terms apply lo Box 583, City.  C.  P.  nd  R. TIMETABLE  Southbou  N  orthbound  10.20 lv.  Sicamous  ar. 18.30  10.53  Mara  17.41  11.00  Grindrod  17.21  11.2.1  ENDERBY  17.08  11.50  Armslrong  16.38  12.00  Realm  -     16.28  12.11  Larkin  16.15  12.38  "  Vernon  15.48  13.00 ar.  Okanagan Ldg.  lv. 15.30  H. VV. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  -Alberta,=-the=-Yukon-=Ten-itoi-yj=-lhe-  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of Brilish Columbia,  may be leased for a lerm of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of ������������������1  an acre. Nol 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 the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In - surveyed' -territory- the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be slaked oul by  the applicant himself.  Each'application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will bo  refunded if Ihe rights applied for  are nol available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the-merchantable output .of the mine at the  rale of five cents per'lon.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish Ihe Agent with sworn  .returns accounting for the full  quantity of ���������������������������merchantable coal  mined and pay Ihe royally thereon.  If Ihe coal mining rights are nol  operated, such returns should be  furnished al least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but thc lessee  may bc permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  bc considered necessary for the  working of the inine, al tbe rale of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bc made to the Secretary of  lhc Department of tlie Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unaulhorized publication f  lhis advertisement will nol be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  -si  _  ,  ���������������������������-1  1-  >.  ���������������������������  tt  V    ���������������������������  Some small sides of port  R. Sharpc's.  at Geo. i  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, February 24, 1910  WHENBUY1NGYEAST  INSIST ON HAVING  THIS PACKAGE  ftOYA/  ^2H|  W^OR ONTO 'Ofef^J  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  Whale of a Wallop  A demure looking Salvation  Army Uissic, who was traveling  in a railway train, was asked by  a man silling next bet' whether  she belivcd every word in the  Bible.  "Yes," she replied, "I do."  "Surely," exclaimed the man,  "you don't believe that Jonah  was swallowed by a whale?"  "I do,"* she answered, "and  when I get lo heaven I'll ask him  aboutih"  "But suppose he's nol in  heaven?" inquired thc stranger,  with a sneer.  "Then you ask him!" was thc  Salvation" Army girl's reply.  Efficient Work of Red Cross  Thc following extracts from a  letter received by a Red Cross  worker from ber son will lighten  tbe heart of many another  One-Step Movement  A simple litlle one-step movement that won the solid silver  Elsie de Wolfe cup, at the  Strand Roof Garden, New York,  Red  Cross  worker who,  while on the night of the contest, des-  ��������������������������� .        .* .   t if* * ._    I* __*1___I  (( !,.!.** I'vK   _.\  11 y-\ j-������������������ I *-v  l-f _ T   t  Rubbers  Rain Coats  Overshoes  In short, everything  required to keep the  body dry and warm  and the mind free  from care. Come  in; get our prices;  we are here to serve  you at all times.  W. J. Woods  never doubling the clliciency ol  the Red Cross .cannot help wondering whether the work accomplished fulfils ils destined end:  My dear Mother: Received a  long and interesting letter from  you yesterday. I was delighted j  .to'hear Irom you, and your description of* Christmas., etc., was  inclined lo make me feel that I  wished I was at home at that  time. I am glad to know you  arc still so active in Red Cross  work. I must tell you what little I know about the Red Cross  work over here. No doubt you  often wonder what becomes of  all the things the various societies send over. I think lhe Red  Cross method of distribution is  the best of any of thc various societies. Those little boxes and  parcels of comforls which arc  sent to ollicers and N. C. O.'s  and given out to a man at exactly the minute be wants it, do  more good lhan anything else.  The Scrgt. Majors know just  where lo give a thing when it is  most needed.  While wc were a I Ollcrpool  Camp with thc 22nd Battery wc  were continually wet, and thc  mud was far worse than on Salisbury Plains. There we were  for nearly two months in lhc  wettest and muddiest camp in  England. Wc were in special  need of things, as it rained live  days cut of seven, and we were  in tents.    One day a few of us  cribed in"quick" phraseology:  For the gentlemen: partner  counter-purl: Walk two steps  forward, beginning wilh lhc left  foot (count 1-2); step on the left  foot diagonally forward, (3),  close right fool "to meet left,. (4),  step oii the*lefI forward, turn  half to the left, (5), walk backward on the left, (7) walk backward on the right and complete  turn to the lefI, (8) walk three  steps forward, commencing  with the left foot (count 1, 2, 3);  step to lhe side on the right (4);  close left to meet right (5); step,  to the side on the right foot (6);  close left To meet right (7);  pause a fraction of a second and  drop over to The right foot (8).  Repeat from beginning.  All a Matter of Evolution  senior non-coms, got a  wagon  Insurance  J,:AU.D0NIAN_��������������������������� INSUllANCE;.___0.,J  and went over to Monk's Horton  Convalescent Home. There the  Capt. Quartermaster, who bad  some Red Cross comforts, gave  us about everything wc asked  for. Speaking of convalescent  homes, il is to the Red Cross societies lhal Ihcy have to look for  support. There arc over thirty  Canadian homes in England,  and, though thc government is  very generous.indeed with food  and medical supplies, it is thc  Red Cross that really puts the  patients on easy street. I was at  Bromley Home for a week. They  had every possible comfort.  There were 150 wounded soldiers  then at the Home.    The  hospitals,   you   know,   arc   so  _.  crowded thai just as soon as a'truth?  man is fit al all hc is sent lo a  convalescent home. This department has really performed  some wonderful work. The beds  are all good spring beds, wilh  proper mattresses, white sheets  and pillow cases, nice wool blankets and warm quilts. ^Hcrc a  Life is all a matter of evolution  We grow from a lower form of  animal into a higher form of animal,  and from a lower thought into a  higher. We must ever be willing to.  reach out after new things, new  knowledge, new life, or we will go  backward We cannot stand still.  If we will not grow then we cannot  know. Nature is kind���������������������������extremely  kind���������������������������but she is just���������������������������extremely  just���������������������������also. She demands that we  shall "exert an effort to know; then  she lets us grow into the knowledge  in the most natural way possible���������������������������  knowledge that was known from th'  beginning. .  There isn't anything, new. under  the sun. We like to think there is,  especially when wo have"* evolved an  Idea that to us looks new, but of a  truth there is nothing new. Even  in what we are pleas'od to term our  "advanced age" we have not yet  readied the -stage where man knows  himself. The man Jesus knew much  more than we about man's weaknesses and his needs���������������������������and He'lived  nearly two thousand years- ago.    ���������������������������  "Oh, well," you say, "Jesus was  divine, and we are only human."  Lot us not enter into any controversy  about the divinity of Jesus, but let  me tell you this,, dear heart; until  we have surmounted this great gulf  that man has set iip between himself  and Jesus Christ man cannot reach  the high place set before him by God  What we are so ready to call -the  divinity of Christ is simply the indwelling of the Great Spirit of Good  ���������������������������God if you will. And this divinity  is as much your privilege and mine  as it was His. Was Confucius divine,  was Theophratus, was Paul, was  Aristotle, was Pliny���������������������������was any of the  hundreds of men who. have given so  much to the Avbrld of thought and  We Have a few Sets of Skidding Tongs  Left, wliicfi we are Selling for $5.50  Our slock of LOGGING TOOLS of nil kinds is complete:  CANT HOOKS,  PEEVIES,  CHAIN,, AXES,   HANDLES,   SAWS,   SAW  SETS, WEDGES," AXE STONES, DOUBLE    TREES,    CAMP   STOVES  AND KETTLES,���������������������������in fact, everything lhat thc 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 home.  Mail orders receive our careful and prompt attention.  PLUMBING, HEATINGJINSMITHING  RECRUITS   WANTED  FOR OVERSEAS  JOIN THE OKANAGAN COMPANY  OF THE 172nd BATTALION C. E, F.  "The Cariboo Rangers"  CAPT. P. Di: Lautour, O.C.,  Box 422, Vernon, B.C.  Tel. 230 and 3105  Recruiting Oflice at Frank Spencers  Barnard Ave., Vernon, B.C.  GOD SAVE THE KING  t  The oldest Scottish ���������������������������Eire Insurance  Company  ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO., Lid.,;.  ol' London, England  Assets exceed $120,000,000 j  THE UNION OF PARIS j  One of Ihe largest   Fire  Insurance'  Companies in thc World. '  J. E. CRANE    ;  AGENT j  FRESH  FISH  man arrives, completely worn  out by his Irving experiences in  the field, ii nd dreadfully-weakened by his wounds and operation and the various changes of  hospitals, travelling, etc. But  once he reaches a convalescent  home he is amid lhc most pleasant surroundings, well looked  *a fter by the G. A.M. G. doctors,  and wilh ever possible comfort.  Here he slays until he feels fit  and willing to return lo duty  wilh a reserve unit" at Shorn-  clill'e, or return lo Canada.  Without these homes, backed up  by Ihe enormous Red Cross organization, Canada would bc  filled wilh cripples, men with  still' joints, rheumatism, perhaps  with Open wounds, for the nexl  twenty years. As it is there will  he plenty of Ihem, but without  the homes there would be thousands more. So you sec the rewards, or rather results, of thc  greal efforts put  forth by* the  All of these men���������������������������and Jesus too���������������������������  taught the truth about man's  physical advancement and coupled it  with his spiritual upbuilding. "Know  thyself," said Socrates, "Be thyself,'-  said Plato. "Know the world of Nature, of which you are a part," said  Aristotle, "and you will be yourself  and know yourself without thought  or effort. The things you see you  ITreT'': ATTcPTl i ffy^s aid;-" Wxrxan not  injure God, but we can injure man.  If we love God, the way to reveal  that love is in r. r conduct toward  our  fellows."  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's  FOR SALE���������������������������Loose alfalfa hay; also  clover hay haled and loose.  Cheap.   C.'W. Hull'man.  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed' strictly fresh;  40c doz.   Mrs. E. Gray.  MATF.RNITY'nURSING. Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. m4-lf  CITY OF ENDERBY  Revision of Assessment Roll for  Year 1010.  NOTICE i.s hereby given that the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of Ihe Municipality of the  Cilv of Enderby for the year 1010,  will be held at thc Cily Hall, Enderbv, on Wednesday, the 1st day of  March, 1010, at 7.30 o'clock p.m.,  for the purpose of hearing and determining complaints against the  assessment as made by the Assessor,  and   revising   and   correcting   the  EVERY   THURSDAY  Clmadhm^^^^  though  not now apparent, willl|lh(J ..^.smeiil may (1) personally,  or (2) hy means of a written com  be fell right in Canada itself  more tlian any other place, I am  sure when the'noble women who  are working so hard in this  noble cause fully realize these  facts they will continue in their  good work."  Dr. McCullough, dentist, will  be in Enderby Feb. 22, 23, 21  and 2f)lh, either in lhc parlors  ���������������������������of the King Edward Hotel or al  lhis former ollice, over Ihe Nor-  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER i thern Okanagan Land ollice.  GEO. R. SHARPE  munication over his signature, or  (3) bv a solicitor, or (4) by an  agent aulhorizcd by him in writing  to appear on his behalf, come he-  fore the said Court and state his  case, and the Court may confirm or  correct the assessment;  PROVDED he shall have given  nolicc in writing to the Assessor of  the ground of his complaint at least  ten days before the date of thc said  first sitting of such Court.  Dated at thc City Hall, Enderby,  this 27lh day of January, 1910.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  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 jok  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.Jthat their salaries   have been increased^  through this training.    These who report are but a handful-  tens of thousands of others are benefitted.  For 24 years the I. C. S. have been training men having no  . education other than ability to read and write, no more time  than the odds and ends so commonly  wasted,  and   no   more  money than the little that could be saved out of small wages.  If you want to be a high-salaried man���������������������������to be somebody���������������������������  PROVE yourambition���������������������������_      _ ^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^__^^_^.^.^^^^^^.^^^    _ _ . _  MARK THE COUPON AND MAIL IT NOW !  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE  SCHOOLS,  SCRANTON,   PA.  Please explain, without further obligation to mc, how I can qualify  for the position, trade, or profession before which I have marked x:  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  Agriculture  Concrete Construction  Electrical Engineer  Electric Railways  Else interested in if not on list,  Electric Lighting  Telephone Expert  Mechanical Engineer  Mechanical Draftsman  Steam Plant Expert  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  Name ��������������������������� Occupation  Cilv  .Province ..  Employ*  ft  i  **���������������������������������������������  ill  RALPH KENDALL, Local Agt., KELOWNA, B. C.

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