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 <fl  Enderby, B. C, April 6, 1916  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 9; No. 6;   Whole No. 426  *if  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Good morning!    How's the hoe?  Mrs, G. Murdoch left Friday on a  visit to ithe coast cities.  Mrs .las. Bell of Mara is spending  thc week wilh her parents. Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Folkard. \>  '   Born���������������������������At   the   Cottage   Hospital, ,  April 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. P.'H.  Murphy, a daughter. G  Lieut. Crawford was one of a  draft for the front leaving Vancouver Jast Saturday.  ��������������������������� Geo. Mason left" Thursday for  Kamloops where he has enlisted  for home guard service.  . The Misses. Anna ancl Luella  Thompson are visiting Enderby  from their Alberta home.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Heggie drove  up from Vernon'by niotor on Sunday to visit Mrs. Fortune.  Charlie Murdoch left Friday for  Victoria wherc he has enlisted  with thc army medical corps.  Gordon Duncan deft Tuesday for  Victoria, where he has enlisted  with the field ambulance corps.  >- II. iE. C. Harris returned to Kamloops Friday after spending the  past'week or more with hisfamily.-  , Tom- Robinson has "been transferred- from * bridge work near  Revelstoke "to guard work at Trail.  Don't forget the "good roads organization meeting at'the "City Hall  Saturday afternoon, ���������������������������April'" 8th, at  2 o'clock."-t  * -,  - Mrs. Attenborough returned' Friday from Eyebrow, Sask.; whither  she was recently called by' thc illness of her son.  Joe   Mowat,   a   member   of   the  172nd   Battalion,   at ��������������������������� Kamloops,   is  a  few days on  is not over by  paste brush is  few days on leave at  his Enderby home.  A further sign that the war will  be a long one if it  li)20: dur editorial  losing its whiskers.  St. George's Church services  Sunday next: Morning Prayer and  Holy "'Communion, 11 a.m.; Evening Prayer, 7.30 p.m.  St. George's W. A. will hold a  sale of'home cooking, candy, etc.,  and\ afternoon tea on Saturday  afternoon, April 8th, in the Red  Cross tea rooms,  Enderby's basket ball team had  a   holly-contested   game   with   the  =i\ rm si ro n g-=t ea m-=M o n d a y���������������������������-even i n g  in the drill hall, defeating the visitors by a score of 15-6.  Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Mitchell, of  "Weyburn, Sask., are visiting Mr.  and Mrs. Wm. Pearson this week.  Di". Mitchell is a member of the  Sasketchewan Legislature.  "Buzz" Johnston " is the proud  daddy of two wee cub bears which  were caught by the men in the  lumber camp run by Mr. Johnston  in lhe Mabel Lake district.  To-morrow (Friday) evening  the people of Grindrod will hold  a grand masquerade ball in the  school house. The usual good lime  is in store for those participating.  The Presbyterian Sunday school  children arc preparing to give a  special Easier service Easter Sunday, and cordially invite the par-  cuis and the public to join with  them. V. ���������������������������*       -   ,     .  Mrs. Thos. Hughes is having a  residence built upon her farm  properly ��������������������������� on 1he Vernon Road, a  mile or two south of Enderby and  is moving her family thither this  week.  Gordon- G. Campbell, came m  from Revelstoke on..Saturday suffering from a" slight attack of  blood poisoning in the eyes,  expects to remain in Enderby  few weeks.'  After witnessing the-City.Council'-proceedings Monday evening,  when the presence of half a dozen  or more ladies put the fear of the  Lord into things, The Press is now  and forevcrmorc, first, last and always for woman's suffrage.  Teece & Son took over the grocery stock of the T. Crossly Poison  lasl Saturday. Their complete  stock will arrive this week from  the coast. In the meantime they  are serving the public so far as  their limited slock will permit.  Judging from the amount of indoor paint being sold by the Fulton Hardware Company, there is  more than the usual amount of,improvements being put upon Enderby homes this Spring.  "The birds help us, don't they,  Daddy," said a little girl as they  climbed the hill for the first Spring  Jloweivs; "they sing for us and  make noises.'1 And wc were struck  by the beauty of the poetic thought  from the little child's lips.  R. C. "Chadwick returned lo  Kamloops Wednesday. He has  asked for and been granted a transfer from thc regular ranks to the  engineering corps being formed .at  Vancouver, and will proceed to the  coast from Kamloops as soon as  his papers come through.  A valued subscriber wishes to  know "what President Wilson is  prepared to take for Villa lots in  Mexico, and if he-would exchange  them for villa lots in. Port Mann,  Fort George, Coquitlam or any one  of the numerous speculation town-  sites now historic .of B.C.'s boom'  days.  ' "*   'v  ">��������������������������� The "Salvation Army-holds open  air- meeting .nightly at -.Vernon.- The,'  olher evening they, were ,thus engaged "and a" sister was testifying.  "You were all "born in sin,"- she  saidr At-this a son of the'Land-of  the -Shamrock, a- wee .'bit ��������������������������� o'er,  burst-into'the ring: "Ye lie-loike  !''. he-shouted,- "I-was born in  He  a  Ireland I" ..  t The co-operative store at Salmon  Arm seems to be reaching out'for  business in the direction of Enderby. This store has made phenomenal .progress in the few. years it  has been in-existence; and has just  finished an addition to ils former  quarters embracing a rest room  for the ladies, where refreshments  are served. -   ��������������������������� '**"   "   *  The hum of thc saws and planers  ,lhis week has put a brighter complexion on business. The mill has  had very few stops, and the season  opens with Manager Stevens having  a competent mill gang under him".  Two or three minor accidents have  happened, in whicVi one workman  lost a linger and another received  painful injuries about the arms and  head.' ���������������������������  Major Megraw, superintendent  of Indian reserves, and Indian  Agent Brown, came in from Ver-  .non=JVcdnesday_and__piiaaaGfle.d_=.tO:  the Salmon River reserve where a  meeting was held to hear the complaints of some of the Salmon  River tribe against the Enderby  reser've^chief.' The complaints are  the result of sawlog troubles; arising out of one Indian encroaching  upon the land of another.  11. F.-Flewwelling lefi on Thursday with a carload of effects for  Laeoinbc/where he will make his  future home. Mrs. Flewwelling  and son left on Monday to join  him. On the afternoon of her  leaving the ladies of the Presbyterian aid 'gathered al the home of  Mrs. W. J. Woods and there presented Mrs. Flewwelling with a  beautiful gift in recognition of her  valued services as a member of the  ladies' aid in past years.  Dr. Young, in an address a few  evenings ago at the coast, on the  accomplishments of thc Provincial  Department of Education*, used  strong argument to show thc folly  of the policy practiced by some of  the hoards of school trustees of  the Province in attempting to  economize by reducing; teacher's  salaries. He said the schools musl  suffer where such an effort is made  and "advocated high salaries if the  best results are to be achieved.  Thc Red Cross market stall on  Saturday, April 1st,- -proved very  satisfactory, realizing $11.50. The  following arc heartily thanked for  Iheir contributions: Mrs. Proctor,  Mrs. Preston, Mrs. Ayling, Mrs. G.  Lucas, Miss Gibbs, Mrs. Rosoman,  Mrs. Mowat, Mrs. Sowden, Mrs.  Folkard, Mr. Collin, Mr. Cowan,  Mrs. Hadow, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs.  Gaylord, Mrs. Forster, Mrs. Moore,  Mrs. Winler, Mrs. McMahon, Mrs.  Williams, Messrs. Turner & Donaldson, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Lawes  and Mrs. Bigge.  CITY COUNCIL SESSION  A special meeting of the'City  Council was held Monday evening.  The following communication was  Enderby, B. C; April  1, 1916.  To the ,Mayor and Council of the  City of Enderby: '  Genllemen:   I   hereby  give   you  notice that unless the inaller of the  offer  I have  made   re.  hospital  is  settled on Monday night, April 3rd,  I will withdraw the said oiler. The  lime  of  year  makes  it '"necessary  that the properly be attended to.',  Yours  truly, S. Polson.-'   >  II. G. Davies, secretary of thc  board of management of the hospital, stated lhat he had been in  communication with the" mortgagees, and. had found that the  amount standing against the property on mortgage account was $823  with interest al 8 per cent since  September,-' 1914, amounting, to  $98.76; and that the "mortgage  could be paid off at the rate.of $200  per annum, wilh annual* interest  payment.   _     ��������������������������� 7   .-  Il was jiioved by Aid. Faulkner  and Aid. Sharpe-' that thc'bffer of  the .building made by Mr. P61sbn.be  accepted - and that a hearty, vote  of'thanks be returned to him. ;.The  motion carried. ' ' ""** V '"' '*y-  Ald.^Pell, 'chairman.of-the**board  ofAvorks, called* attention to "a" culvert * on Mill ������������������������������������������������������street, which'- badly  needed" repairing,^andy* itVwas., referred back", to him "to" liave'the  work done. V' "**" -> **' *  The matter; of-rate" of wages for  teamsters was brought up and il  was decided'that thc rate "should be  $5.'per" day."    ' -  Aid. Pell  raised the'question of  thc bill of P. H.-Murphy, for-work  done on the-waler main on Maud  street, which was passed upon  af  the Jast meeting of the Council in  tiie sum of $33.50,    He said he desired "to have, that amount changed  in, Ihe minutes. ' As he understood  il, the bill presented 'to the Council-by Mr. Murphy was for $27.50.  The addition of $6 was for sharpening  of  picks   and   he ��������������������������� was   nol  aware that this amouni had been  included in the bill passed on his  motion at thc previous meeting. Hc  pointed lo thc fact lhat the amouni  of $27.50 had been scratched over  in the notes made by the clerk and  thc amount of $33.50 written above.  This    raised    an    embarrassing  =qucslionf=i-Glerk-=Rosoman^i,cad=-t he-  section of the minulcsi of thc previous meeting referred to:  "Aid. Faulkner, chairman of the  waterworks and lire protection  committee, reported thai he had  investigated the claim of Mr. P. H.  Murphy for work done in connection with the thawing of the water  main on Maud street, and thai he  was of opinion that same should  be oaid. He staled lhal the amount  expended by Mr. Murphy was nol  $27.50 as previously reporled, but  $33.50, and recommended that thc  latter   amouni   he   paid.     It   was  and Aid. Sharpe lhat the motion  ordering payment of thc sum of  $33.50 ,bc amended bv the striking  out of the figures "$33.50" and inserting in lieu thereof the figures  "$27.50."    Thc motion carried.     ���������������������������  CANADIAN   PATRIOTIC   FUND  seconded  Murphy's  '   A divi-  aken and the voting was  moved by Aid. Pell and  by Aid. Sharpe: 'that Mr,  account of $33.50 he pah'  si on was  found lo stand thus: For the motion: Aldermen Faulkner, .Nichol,  Pell, and Sharpe; (lid not vole, his  worship lhc Mayor."  Clerk Rosoman objected to the  reference made, by Aid. Pell as lo  lhe altering of his notes of the minutes, and said Ihe alteration was  made to make the motion conform to. the amouni finally decided  upon and on which the vote was  taken. He said if it was desirable  lo change lhe minutes'there was a  right way to go aboul it wilhout  such a reference as this, which reflected upon his work as clerk of  the council.  Mayor Dill said lhe minute'was  clear enough, and told the facts  as he understood them and as he  believed the council understood  them. He wanted to know if the  council had no knowledge of the $0  being made part of thc Murphy bill  whv had they spent so much time  discussing it at the lasl meeting,  and why had  the clerk  taken  the  *ns to  lay before Aid.  Pell  the  PASSING OF ANOTHER PIONEER  After an illness of nine weeks,  Mr. John A. Mohr passed away at  his Glen Mary home, Friday last,  March 31st. Mr. Mohr suffered  from hemorrhage of the bowels,  apparently of Jong standing. Up to  the time of arrival at" the acule  stage, two months ago, he was able  to attend to the chores about thc  farm, but.the heavy work had long  since been beyond him. He was  attended for thc.past two months  of .his life by his daughter, from  lhe Vernon Flospital stall" of nurses  and received that constant alien-  lion so essential in the sick room.  Mr. ,Mohr was 65 years of age.  He was "an older man than his  owing lo the strenuous life spent  on his farm home near Enderby,  now the property of Mr.' Twigg.  Mr. Mohr came to "Enderby dislrict  twenty-seven years ago'. He was  ihen;and has alwaVs been a"tireless  worker, having made ** his ' ranch  pay.from. the. earliesUpcripd of its  cultivation./.' He ,spld his- pioticcr  home a few-years ago^ and went".to  lhe coast";wherc some-of? thc pro.--  cecds were invested. Fortunately;  he. tired . of, the. co.ast, in., a. short  while and .longed to gel back ft'o  his Okanagan home. Hc sold' his  coast holdings at a fair a'dyanccf'  and returned to-Enderby: On" the  death of* a son by drowning ih the  Spallumcheen river some three* or  more years ago, Mr. Mohr look up  [lhe Gicn-Mary homestead left by  I Ihe boy. The improvements made  there and ils development by Mr.  Mohr was truly marvellous, and lie  left'a home for Mrs. Mohr and  daughters which is perhaps "life  best developed property on thc  hill.  interment look place Tuesday  afternoon from the Presbyterian  Church, of which Mr. Mohr. had  long been - a member. Rev. Mr.  Wood of Armstrong officiated.  Messrs. McKcc, Fenton, Paul. Baird,  Teece and Garden were pallbearers  Mrs. Mohr and daughters have  the dee]*) sympathy of the com-  munitv in their great loss.   .  The treasurer of* the Canadian  Patriotic Fund reports receipt during the past "monlh of lhe following  contributions:  A.   Reeves    -. $ -2.00  Mrs.   Reeves * -.  * 2.00  Miss  Lange    ".    1.00  Wing  Chang    25  H.  A.  Teece    25   "  C. IB. Winler    10.00  C. P. Ryan  ...'.-....'....���������������������������....    2.00  Chas. Opiiertshauser   J 1.00  G'H.  Smedley   S.\ ...'..;...  10.00  A". E. Johnston        1.00  -  Red   Cross  Teas   (2  mos.).. 20.00 '  Carl   Johnson         >.50  R.   R.  Gibbs   ....: " 6.00   '  J.-F.   Moore      10.00  L. ,J.  Proctor   .��������������������������� ..:     2.00 *  R. E. T. Forster        1.00  C.   F.   Bigge      1.00  Wm.  Tomkinson   ....."..'...     -.25   ���������������������������  II. T. Twigg,..*.../     1.00  S.  Roberts   . ..* .-     2.50  John  McKav   .. .*  5.00  RVStoward. .*  2.00    ���������������������������  A. _Tomkinson .-....:    "3:50   -,  Jas.' Emeny V- .....    2'M ,.'  Mrs:. Ilenniker    '....... yS-OO-  Geo."->Folkard"  .."."... .V '.������������������ .50, .>  Wm. - Jones ���������������������������:.'. *.*. .-.- ..-.*./..-:,'? 1.00} j  Wm., Anderson ���������������������������/. V . .'v.. :. -.- -��������������������������� 1.00 ������������������������������������������������������"  "Mrs. Glen...'...-.'..-..'-..<*:'..-.' V V 1.00;::  Miss";E.M: Dick-.:. 7:7S . ���������������������������."V:i--"1".00"V  FVW. Collin- -.'.;V."."."-. . :7.C7. ;:>1'.00?-  R.���������������������������R. Grahamc \. S.'S. ....". >. V t'1.00 "V  E.  Harrop, -.".. ..v.*. .*..,.-. VV S.257-  RVJ: .Turner' .��������������������������� 7.. .VV* .r.w.l'.OO S  '.airs. -: Turner ..-. i .V.. ..'.*...." "-E00 "l  AV. ,L Donaldson-'.-. .V.'.V.V "1.00V  L. C Grieve V V ........ V .    1.00/"  B. Murdock    ���������������������������:   1.00=  Geo.   Brown    1.00;-  Mrs.   Brown     ���������������������������     1.00  Mrs.   W.   Mack    .'     1.00 '.  Mrs. G. Andrews'     1.00-  Mrs.   Rcid    S.S     1.00  G. R. Sharpe   '   15.00  _��������������������������� ���������������������������  'SSm  (V  -  , s.'"|  "*��������������������������� 1  ���������������������������"���������������������������"C  y>  ���������������������������*, " '  *��������������������������� "* ' 1  % "**���������������������������������������������  1         -l������������������ 1  "V ���������������������������  tfAk&l  i  is. A'tl  t r-  c'  - , A  ri-     '1  ^n *"*���������������������������  ^  _* T V-_  "cs7^  *">)���������������������������  '.&������������������<&  U-  "���������������������������W1  ���������������������������      ��������������������������� T ������������������������������������������������������   .  ^t.  =    ~PiWli~sh iniflh c^llon o r-Roll������������������������������������������������������  "When arc you going lo print the  honor roll again," asked a little  school girl of Ihe Press scribe the  olher day. And we had lo answer  the lillle girl as we have had to  answer other lillle ������������������irls and boys.  ".lust   as  soon  .girls ai  is the monthly  honor roll is issued to thc Press by  lhe public school staff."  The publishing of the honor roll  has in Ihe pasl acted as an incen-  live to the school children, and in  past terms proved very helpful to  the teachers in aiding them to get  oul  of the scholars their bcst.in-  TIIE  MATTER  fa r  OF   GOOD ROADS  So far as one can judge from  general conversation wilh both thc  farmers of lhe district and" thc  men "in-, town, the concensus of  opinion is strongly in favor of lhc  Good Roads movement which has  been started here, the complete  organization of which is lo be effected at a meeling to bc held in-  the City Hall next Saturday afternoon, April 8lh. In this connection  it is interesting to note the avidity  ^with which .the-farmcrs Jn_.many_  parts of the  taken hold of  effort  lo lac  he a  school  o  pai  the  section oT the statute coven  case.    '  II was finally moved by Aid. Pell  teres I am  no doubt  seems  lo  keep  a  public.      Perhaps    il  lo the inleresl of al'  licity were  no doubt nine  understanding  I his year, owing  of thought, there  general   desire   to  mailers   from   the  would     he  if more pub-  matters;  i ol" last year's inis-  as well as the difli-  given to school  year's  cullies of the present could have  been avoided or overcome iT Ihe  proceedings of Ihe school board  meetings were given publicity.  Thc Cariboo Rangers  Capt. P. de Lautour, 0. C. lhc  Okanagan Company or Ihe 172nd  Ballalion C.E.F., was in Enderby  this week looking for more men.  Capt. de Lautour reports hc has  had vcrv fair success in his recruiting campaign. He has signed  up something over 100 men but requires another 100 lo complete the  Okanagan Company he is forming.  He signed on a few men this trip  and succeeded in interesting others  who have not yel joined.  Bring your baby to the furhiture  store and have it measured for a  new carriage���������������������������if you haven't one,  get one.  Uniled Stales have  the good roads problem. Unquestionably the greatest  single factor in the building^of' a  svstein of good roads in thc United  Stales and Eastern Canada has  been the automobile industry. No  one denies lhis. In the early days  of the automobile industry motor  car ownership was confined to the  cities. Fortunately this .situation  has changed. -Thc farmer .is .lhe  automobile buyer. In the stale of  Nebraska, for instance, there is a  population of 1.I92.2M, of which  618,370 i.s rural. These 018,370  persons occupy 1 ���������������������������18,8(16 farms. An  estimate on good authority places  lhe number of farmer automobile  owners at one-third of the total.  This means lhal something like  45,000 automobiles are owned by  the farmers of Nebraska alone.  The 1015 census showed '16,000  automobiles owned by Minnesola  farmers.  The farmers now feel thai il is  to Iheir interest as well as to the  inleresl of lhe cily folk to have the  roads improved. Wi|h .the .passing  of the farmer's antagonistic atli-  lude also has come the realization  lhat, even if he docs not own an  automobile, Jhe .improvement of  highways is pulling him closer to a  market for his produce. He also  has noticed lhat the value of farm  lands on improved highways has  increased so much more rapidly  than lhat of farms on unimproved  roads that good roads are a good  investment because of that fact  alone. There are so many arguments in favor of good roads that  lhe farmer now i.s assuming thc  leadership in highway improvement movements.  I    Cocoa Cola ancl all kinds of soda  'drinks are now on tap at Joe's. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1916  Zm<rSs**  j&L  K  Courage, Friend;  everybody ivho is  anybody has gotten  the hatred of people  by trying to help^  them  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby,  B. C. at  S2   per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press. '  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1916  MUNICIPAL CLAUSES ACT  Thc following sections in the Municipal Clauses  Acl of 191-1 are perhaps not as well known to the  public or. to men sitting on the aldermanic board  as they should be. Tlie words relating lo "Board  of School Trustees" were not in the Act previous  Ho that of 19M:  "22. If the mayor, reeve or any of thc aldermen,  councillors, controllers, or any person on his or their  behalf, or any person in partnership wilh him'or  them, shall enfer into or obtain any inleresl, directly  or indirectly, in any conlracl entered into by or with  lhe corporation or Board of School Trustees of the  municipality, such mayor, reeve, alderman, councillor  or controller having any interest in any contract, or  having become disqualified as aforesaid, or having  lost his property qualification, shall immediately be  disqualified from continuing to bc mayor, reeve alder-1  man, councillor or controller, as tlie case may be.  "23. If any mayor,  reeve,  alderman, councillor or  controller  who  is  disqualified   for  the  reasons  men-  Oil t in fact as did the Acts giving to returned soldiers of the South African war free homesteads,  both the Government and the people and the soldiers themselves, will lose hy thc very law intended for their good. At the conclusion of thc  South African war���������������������������in fact, before actual pence  was declared���������������������������land speculation companies were  formed throughout Canada, and agents were sent  right inlo lhc camps of the soldiers then in Africa  foV lhe purpose of buying from the soldiers their  right to the land script issued or to be issued in  their name. Thc price paid w;is a nominal one���������������������������  $25 or thereabouts���������������������������thc soldiers themselves were  not particular as to this, as very few of them had  any intention of living on a pre-emption, and any  price .looked good to them���������������������������il was a clean pickup  ���������������������������and hundreds of them sold lo these company  agents the script issued in their name, or their  right to the same. Thc result was lhal, armed  wilh these soldiers' scripts, these land speculators went to the government and got thc  choicest parcels of land for a mere bagatelle.  And all the soldiers got oul of it was lhc $25  paid lo them by the land companys' agents, which  was spent, in the majority of instances, before  thev left Africa.  A shipment of Seeds just arrived. Full assortment of  small, field, roots, grass seeds  and onion sets. (We sell at  Wm. Rennie's prices.) Only a limited quantity of Grass  Seeds on hand.     Book your orders early to avoid' delay.  SEEDS  We arc travelling to the Beautiful City of Ihe Ideal,  and each day's actions is a report of our progress.  A RELIGION WITHOUT DOGMA  A religion of just being kind would bc a pretty  good religion, don't you think so? But a religion  of kindness and useful effort is nearly a perfect  religion. We used to' think that il was a man's  belief concerning a dogma thai would fix his place  in eternity. This was because wc believed God  was a grumpy, grouchy-, old gentleman, stupid,  touchy and dictatorial. A really good man would  nol damn you even if you didn't like him, bul a  bad one would.  As our ideas of God changed, wc ourselves  changed���������������������������for thc better. Or, as Elbert Hubbard  once put il, "as wc thought better of ourselves,  wc thought better of God." It will bc character  lhal locates our place in another world, jusl as it  is character tlis.it fixes our place here. And character is llie result of but two things: Our mental  attitude, and thc way wc spend our time. Wc arc  weaving character every, day, and thc way to  weave the best character is to bc kind and useful.  II is what wc think and what wc do that makes us  what we are. Dogma or lhc belief in dogma has  nothing to do wilh it.  TEECE & SON,  Bell Block, Enderby  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2x4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, ������������������0 JgJ?URPHY  Enderby  About the only right worth fighting for is the right  lo be useful in your day and age.  MUST PROVE CHARGES OR BACK DOWN  Somehow the Liberals in thc House do not  seem to evince thc joy of discovery which true explorers should feel! During thc by-clcctions they  made sweeping charges of corruption and mismanagement against thc Government, and no  sooner did they'gel into their seals than lhe Premier announced Ihey would bc given the fullest  opportunity to investigate and prove their  charges, thc Government cheerfully suspended  thc rules so that they could delve into thc public  accounts for ycars back. Then they tried to choke  thc House lo" dcalh and force on a dissolution/  Thev failed and Mr. Bowser told them lhc House  tioned in the last preceding section shall vote al any Vvoiild sit till June if necessary so they could finish i  meeting of the municipal council, such mayor, reeve,! ^j- ]a}-,ors 0f investigation. !  alderman, councillor or controller shall forfeit to the j     ins|_c.uj of being dehghlcd with the prospects of j  municipality   a   sum   of   S2,f)00;   ami   the   said   slIII1:a fishinif trip where tlie fishing looked so prom-'  isi ng,.. Ihcy, seemed... to. be ..quite,. peeved.    When;  a   sum  may  be  recovered  (TouT Pol   co nip e I cnT  r   S2,f)00;   ami   the   said  by  action,  to   be  brought   in   any  ^j"uTis(Ti"(7ri=onV"itVtlilVlfanie "o VUttr  corporation or of any ratepayer, and Ihe municipality  shall pay thc cosl of suit of any ratepayer recovering  such penally."  Competition, in the small community in  Canada as  launled wilh thc Government's intention to kccpi  thc House in' session till they had finished their)  investigations, Mr. Brewster sourly retorted that!  the Premier was making a virtue of necessity/  Tlie Premier's rejoinder was to remind them how.  Ihcv tried lo bring thc silling lo an end before lhe,  lu'comes  of trade and the trader  well as in Ihe empires ol" Europe, is lhc life of trade j investigations could be made or thc prohibition  until il becomes destructive, and then il is the clesith , nic.lKiii-o he introduced.    Mr.  Brewster was, not j  mollified   even   when   H.   W.   Walson   said   he  wanted  lo go fishing wilh  them,  too.    A good  sport shouldn't mind having a good fellow like  l-larrv Walson come along when he goes fishing,'  but evidently neither Mr. Brewster nor his col-,  league from'Vancouver relishes the idea ol" good:  Parchment  The Dominion law against the selling of  butter without the words "Dairy Butter" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as thc case may be���������������������������printed  on thc butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer. In tlie first place, if his Butter  wrappers are neatly printed with his name and  the brand of the butter on thc label, the storekeepers can readily sell the butter at 5c a pound  more than he can gel for butler wrapped in paper  lhat is not printed, and thc butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant.  It is the duty of every butter maker to comply with the law in this matter. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butter lhat it does not appear to them that they  can afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  butter wraps on hand. To accommodate 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 the requirements of the law  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at jhe rate of 50c a hundred in_100 or  _ *_.��������������������������� ���������������������������.  _ - __ . ,   __ . .���������������������������.   50 lots.     If you do not repuire butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  "SOLDIERS' HOMESTEAD ACT"'  Whal is considered the most important bill  wilh respect to land legislation which hits been  advanced in recent years was presented before the; fellows on Iheir fishing trip.  Provincial House the past week hy the lion. W. j In a way they arc somewhat in the position of  Pi. Pioss. minister of lands. The new measure.! Chancellor von Bclhnian-Hollweg, who has been  which he calls the "Soldiers' Homestead Acl," i.s j idling lhc Germans of the great, victories their  with the object of bringing hack under the Crown j armies and navy have been .winning and who  between two anil lhree million acres of agricul-jfinds he must soon produce the evidence. Thc  lural land which has been sold by the Govern-[two Liberals and all their cohorts in their press  ment, but which has not been paid for. II is in-land on the platform have told the people of  tended lhat this huge area should he released for'Brilish Columbia what a rotten bad government  .settlement and shall bc given free to returned I the Province has and now when Ihcy have lo put  soldiers without the present restrictions regarding! up the proofs Ihcy apparently would fain shut  pre-emptions. It is also proposed that these mill-1 up. Bul, like the Allies, the Government isn't  lary pre-emptors will be given assistance in the! going lo let them quit. They have got lo fight or  wav of loans from a  fund lo he provided and be-licked good and plenty, and already it begins  to look as if thev wanted lo retire behind thc lines  of Torres Vedras.���������������������������J. P.'s Weekly.  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press  rom a  fund  lo hi  formed from thc proceeds of the sale of government lands.  Closelv allied with this proposed Act i.s another  bill called the "Pre-emptors' Frvc ('.rants Act,"  which i.s to give prc-emplors who enlist, or have  enlisted for service, full title lo their pre-emptions without payment of any kind and without  the necessity of observing any of the present requirements with respect to occupation and improvements, but application musl be made for thc  Crown grant within one year of the conclusion of  the war.  If these Acts, good as they are in purpose, work  Mr. S. Poison was absolutely right in telling the  citv council thai unless the matter of his offer of  a hospital building i.s settled at once the offer will  be withdrawn, the city council has never from  the first taken a man's way of settling this question of hospital aid, nor of accepting or rejecting  the generous offer made by Mr. Poison. There  have been months of evasion and sidc-slcpping,  postponements and questionings, and in the end  what?  an  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  E. J. Mack  Livery, FeedN& Sale Stables  ENDERB_Y, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists invited to give us a trial.  o  <>  o  ::  <>  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  r-\  WINTER ALL SUMMER 100 YEARS AGO  $  Should history repeat itself the summer of 1916  will be.a memorable one in regards to weather.  The man who has just finished thawing but his  water pipes and has turned his back upon the  wood pile and picked up the hoe, may soon have  to drop the latter and get back to his winter love.  It is exactly 100 years ago this year that winter  extended all through the time when summer  should have held sway. On June 17, 1816, there  was a terrific snowstorm in which several people  perished. There was not a month in the summer  that ice was not formed in the ponds, and much  suffering resulted in parts of the Northwest and  New England states. *  Some ycars ago thc Monitor, published in Concord, N. H., printed the reminiscences of James  Winchester of Vermont, then an old man, who  remembered the summer of 1816.   At that time  hc was 14 ycars of age and distinctly remembered  thc incidents of the terrible summer.   In this account he says there had been no spring weather  and that the cold continued through the months  that ordinarily mark the beginning of warm weather.   But little planting was done on account of  the cold weather, and the farmers were compelled  to wear heavy coats and mittens throughout the  year.   On June 17th an uncle of Mr. Winchester  started for his pasture to fix up a shelter for  ���������������������������some  sheep  which  were  suffering  from   cold.  Shortly after hc had started a terrible snowstorm  came up and it snowed all day and night.   Searching parties were organized.and.thc body of the  unfortunate, man was found frozen stiff in his  pasture lot.   Mr. Winchester said that the wind  continued to come from the north all summer.  There was very little rain and fires were kept  constantly.   July was colder than June, hc wrote,  and August was colder than July.   There was a  heavy snowstorm on August 30th, and ice formed  for an inch or more.   The first two weeks in September were warm and the mercury rose as high  as 70 degrees, but on September 16th the cold  weather returned.   Many people believed that thc  sun was losing its heat and committed suicide  rather than face what they feared, freezing and  starvation.   No crops were grown and those who  had any seed left over could get $5 a bushel for it.  The next year was a normal one and the temperatures were back to their proper figure.  With all due respect to.the aged gentleman responsible for thc above story, il is not- likely any  reader, of Thc Press will postpone his garden or  field work.  emphasized the urgent need for munitions and  more munitions. "I want you," he said, "to take  the brutal fact as it stands, namely, that the German was, and is, still supplied with a superabundance of material. We are now at thc flood, but  the sooner we come to thc zenith thc sooner wc  come to the fulness of our power, thc sooner  peace will be brought about." One day while hc  was at thc front 2,000 men and 200 ollicers were  killed. Not 500 men or fifty officers should have  been killed if they had had anything like the number of shells thc Germans had. When he thought  of all our brave lads had endured'during the last  terrible winter, handicapped by want of artillery  and munitions, and remembered that, in spile of  all that, they held their place with never a whine,  he came to thc conclusion that there must be a  superhuman, superspiritual quality in thc men  at thc front.  FOOD VALUE OF EGGS AND MILK  thc  Do  It has been said that the average woman sees only  the weak points in .a strong man, and the" good points  in a weak one.' " , "  INCREASED FOOD SUPPLY  Remarkable botanical experiments, which  promise enormously, increased productivity of the  soil, were described by Professor W. B. Bottom-  Icy, of King's College, in thc first of a scries of.  lectures delivered at thc Royal Botanic Society of  London a few days ago. That Professor Bottom-  ley's recent researches have brought about a distinct advance, if not altogether a revolution, in  the study of botany, was thc assertion made by  Sir Malcolm Morris, thc chairman, who added  that a means had been found by which plants and  vegetables could bc made to grow with greater  rapidity and in highly increased quantities. If  thc discovery could be carried out in its entirety,  i'ith the assistance of the Government, Sir Malcolm said, it would be possible to double thc food  supply from the soil.  Prof. _Bottpmjey _sho\ycd thatby utilising the  'How many of our readers fully realize  great debt they owe to thc hen and thc cow?  you, dear reader, know that there is more nourishment in a fresh hen's egg than is to be had  from three or four times its weight of meat of  even thc choicest cuts?   Do you realize that when  eggs arc selling at say 25c a dozen you arc buying  thc equivalent in food value of say beefsteak at  75c a pound?    Do you know  that hens eggs  which are unfertile and fresh from thc nest can  be packed in bran and kept in good condition a  full year by simply dipping them in warm lard or  melted wax, or rubbing them over thoroughly  with a rag soaked in lard or wax?.   Do you know  that fresh eggs can be kept in good condition in a  lime and salt solution as well as in water glass  solution, and at virtually no cost but the cost of  thc eggs and the packing?   Do you know that you  can save at least 50c on every dollar in food value  required to carry you through next winter if you  buy your eggs and pack them when they are selling at 25c a dozen ?   If you can get them for less  than 25c, or raise them yourself, it means the further saving.   And then as to the cow.   Do you  know tliat a quart of fresh cow's milk is worth  25c in food value compared with beefsteak or  other meat at 15c a pound?   Do you know that  if you would combine thc two���������������������������milk and.eggs���������������������������  more in your daily food you would eliminate  many of the common complaints which impair  your health and usefulness?.    ,  Distinctive Productions in Commercial  Printing Mean Larger Profits tp you,  Mr. Businessman  NURSE AND MARTYR  in three million of the auxudones, or accessory  food power, had, it was demonstrated, doubled  the growth of plants. With treated moss and the  bacteria extract,- there could be grown in seven  weeks) even in a drawing room, a boxful of po-  tatoes without soil or any allcndanUrouble. Botanical research had shown that half a thimbleful  of soil contained thirty to fifty million microbes  engaged in manufacturing ideal food material upon which plants could grow, and thc latest discovery of all was that these microbes were manufacturing thc essential' substance which promoted the growth to enable other substances to  be buill into living tissue. Soil fertility depended  entirely upon soil bacteria.  Prof. Bottomley produced results of his experiments in the shape of varieties of onions,  those grown in the treated moss being more than  double the size of ordinary onions brought up  under the best conditions.  "According to the law I have done" wrong of  course,^and have,admitted my guilt; but-1 am  happy to die for my country."--Thus-spokc Nurse  Cavcll to thc English chaplain, in Brussels after  being sentenced to death.  Mr. Edgar Wallace, whose name is'familiar to  all as being a famous English author, was honored by thc personal friendship in life of Miss  Edith Cavcll.   Mr. Wallace visited Miss Cavcll'.*  parents in Norwich and obtained consent lo stage  a version in photoplav form of the stirring chain  of incidents which, ultimately culminated in the  death of this noble English woman.    And who  could bc better qualified to portray this subject of  wondrous   soul-stirring   sympathy,   successfully  dealt with, as only could he doiic by a master?  Thc object of Mr. Wallace's work beim' to bring  closer home a truer realization of this lady's utlcr  devotion to her country, a devotion which lives  in imperishable memory.   It is not too much to  say that every person will want to sec "Nurse and  Martyr"  in   film   reverently   dealing, with   thc  glorious passing of saintly Nurse Cavcll, which  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Ball Programmes  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists,  Dodgers '  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery"  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Invitations  Visiting-Cards  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper V  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  FOR OVERSEAS  V' i 7 '-.-V*1"!  JOIN THE OKANAGAN COMPANY  OF THE 172nd BATTALION C. E. F.  "The Cariboo Rangers"  CAPT. P. De Lautour, O.C.,  Box 422, Vernon, B.C.  Tel. 230 and 3105  Becruiting Office at Frank. Spencers  Barnard Ave., Vernon, B.C.  .    COD SAVE THE KING  SECRET SOCIETIES  It. E  WHEELER  _W. M.   A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. . Visiting  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE   Secretary  picture play  been mosT fortunate in getting this great Nurse  Cavcll picturcplay for Enderby, and he hopes lo  receive the support of thc people of Enderby and  district.  "A newspaper is in no sense a child'of charity. It  earns twice over every dollar it receives, and it is  second to no enterprise in contributing to the upbuilding of a community. Its patrons reap far more  benefit from its pages than its publisher, and in calling  for the support of the community in which it is published, it asks for no more than in all fairness belongs  to it, though generally it receives less."  SUPERHUMAN QUALITIES  Mr. Ben Tillctt, thc British labor leader, who  recently visited the front, in thc course of a stirring account of his experiences there, delivered in  a public address iii London recently, continually  ORIENTALS RAPIDLY DISPLACING WHITES  "Unless something drastic is done within a very  short time, Orientals will predominate in practically every industry in British Columbia," said  a prominent business man to the Vancouver Fcd-  crationist a few days ago. "Workingmen are  rapidly being reduced to a standard where they  arc compelled to patronize Orientals in order to  meet thc competition of thc labor market, and  this, of course, cuts into our trade," continued thc  employer of more lhan 200 men. "Wilh Orientals  in control of thc fishing industry; in thc majority  in the mills and shinglc-bolt business; doing nearly all the hotel and restaurant work, nearly all the  market gardening, and now taking the places of  men who have enlisted for overseas service in the  coal mines of Vancouver Island, they are creeping  into every line of business as well, including the  purchase of land all along thc coast. I say, that  unless something very definite is done, and that at  once, we might as well prepare to pack .up and  get out, for in another ten years it will bc impossible for a wliitc man to make a living in  British Columbia."  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. W. HUGHES. K. U.S.'  R. J.COLTART.-M.F.  Hall suitable fnrConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  p^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  insurance'  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  M  1SS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  Religion and politics run along on thc same  general lines, and neither can remain pure long  where there is not a strong opposition. Why?  ���������������������������Simply because both are made up of other people just like you and I.  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil for lhe past five years of Ro-  land Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Oxfoiv, and Miss'OberhoH'cr, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte ancl in voice  Production and  Musical Theoiy.  For terms apply to Box 583, Cily.  c.  P.  R. TIMETABLE  Southbound  No  rthhound  arfl8.30  10.20 1v.  Sicamous  10.53  Mara  17.41  11.00  Grindrod  17.24  11.2-1  ENDERBY  17.08  11.50     ������������������  Armstrong  16.38  12.00  Realm  16.28  12.11' ���������������������������  Larkin  16.15  12.38  Vernon  15.48  13.00 af.  Okanagan Ldg.  ���������������������������lv. 15.30  H. W. 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 Territory, thc  Northwest Territories and a portion  oLthe=Province-of-British-Columbia,=  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  lhe Agent of sub-Agent of thc 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 staked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application/must bc accompanied by a fee of S5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for  arc not available, but nol otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating thc mine  shall furnish thc Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal-  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for 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 the Interior, Ottawa, or to. any- Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unauthorized publication f  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Afternoon tea and other light refreshments served at Joe's. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1916  LATEST   WAR   SUMMARY  Egg Circles More Numerous  The live stock branch of thc Department of Agriculture at Ottawa  has organized a system of egg circles  to   enable  farmers  lo  secure  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  Collage Hospital Contributions  Thc Misses Davies desire to acknowledge with thanks the following contributions: Mrs. Peel, eggs;  Mrs. Long, chicken; Mrs. \V. J.  Woods, linen: Mrs. Speers, fruit  and pickles; .Mr. Graham, papers;  Mr. Roberts, eggs; Mrs. Sowden,  potted meat; Mr. Murdock, sawing  wood; Mrs. Carlson, apples.  The Russian attacks on the Ger-  man-Austro-Hungarian front in  Russia and Galicia are undoubtedly for the purpose of causing the I  Germans to withdraw troops from (good prices by the co-operative  the French fronl to meet them and | marketing of eggs. A large number  thus stop the attack on Verdun. I have already been organized in the  It will be remembered, in the fall! East. Members pay an entrance fee  of 1914 the Russian advance in j of 50c lo cover Ihe cost of a stamp,  Poland and Galicia compelled the; with which the eggs arc marked for  enemy to stop his drive on Colois. | identification. Each branch has a  It is hoped lhat Russia has sulTi-; board of seven directors. Business  cient troops at the present lime to. is done by a branch manager, who  do this, though some military wri-j receives lc or 2c per dozen for  ters doubt it, particularly in view j eggs, according as they are deliv-  of Russia's successful advance in'ered to him or collected from the  Asiatic Turkey and in Persia. The; farmers. Farmers arc bound to  entry of Russian troops into Ispa-! gather eggs twice daily, keep them  han i.s considered significant be-! in a cool place, and ship once a  cause this town is well within lhat j week. "When the eggs are candled  part of Persia assigned to Great! and graded, the farmers are paid  Britain   a   number   of   ycars   ago,  accordingly.      Results   show   that  wanMBtt  When you plant your garden be  sure of your seed. There is a  vast difference in the germinating qualities of garden seeds���������������������������  which accounts very largely for  the vast difference in gardens to  be seen every season. We carry  a full stock of the following long  established reliable seed houses:  RENNIE'S        , McKENZIE'S  STEEL-BRIGGS'  and D. M. FERRY'S  In Groceries  Our stock is the most complete  and fresh and prices low. We  aim always to satisfy our patrons,  in quality, selection and service.  when she, lo obtain Russia's help  against   Germany,   agreed   to   thc  division  of  Persia  into  a  Russian  sphere   in    the   north,   a  sphere in the south, and a  one between.  Thc  principal  event  is  still  the  attack on Verdun, where the Gcr-  members of egg circles have received from 12 to 22 ^ per cent  higher than local store prices, and  British greater stimulus has been given to  neutral, poultry raising.  Canada Playing Her Part  Tn the Dominion House the past  mans have recently taken the1 week Premier Borden said that  villages   of  Vaux   and   Malancourtj Canada's  total  expenditure  to  thc  and have started a new offensive. icncl 0/Xe5Mn-for^  ..,. .   . ., .,    ,    :was  S18/,000.000,  and   that  $240,-  Ihe pauses between these attacks, jooo.000 will  be  required   for war  each   time   reported   as  indicating purposes   during   the   fiscal   year.  the end of the German attempt,  have each time turned out to be  periods of preparation before another successful attack.  While admitting the success of  the German attacks wilhin the fortified line of Verdun, thc French  reports claim that the .gains are  relatively small, and were won at  great sacrifice of life, and even if  held by thc enemy can be. of little  military value to him. The main  French line still holds, and French  experts claim will continue to hold  even if Verdun is finally taken by  the enemy.  Zeppelin raids were made on the  coasts of England and . Scotland  three nights in succession the past  week, in one of which one of the  Zeppelins was shot down and the  crew captured. The airship sank  in the estuary of the Thames, sur-  lounded by British patrol boats.  Divers arc already at work in an  effort to raise the sunken air craft  To dale 290,700 men have been enlisted. Of these 112,000 are in  Britain or at the front, and 135,000  are.in Canada. There have been  22,000 casualties and  21,700 wast-  Pricc, S.W.P., $3 per Gallon  ALABASTINE in all colors, 50cner five-pound package.  One package will cover the average room.   Think of the  small cost to make your home neat and clean.  We have just placed in stock our Spring shipment of���������������������������  GRANTEWARE,  TINWARE,  GARDEN TOOLS OF ALL KINDS,  GARDEN SEEDERS,  AND  CHURNS.  We are prepared to handle Plumbing and Heating works of  all kinds.  Mail orders receive our carefuland prompt attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Roll of Honor  The strike in thc Clyde plants is  over and work is reported to be  resumed.  Bread Ioav?   Sec Joe.  Our Okanagan-cured Hams and in thc h������������������Pc lh:U the discovery may  Bacon are winners. Try a piece IliG ina(,e b>" lhc admiralty of the  and tell Us how you like it. secrets   desired   to   be   known   in  connection wilh the latest Zeppelin  W. J. Woods  monsters.  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's  Eggs for Hatching  White Wyandottes, White Leghorns and Barred Rocks. All from  sound utility strains: $1.25 per  setting of 15. 0. G. Bigge, Gain-  'ford Ranch, Enderby.  White Wyandotte  Hatching Eggs, from pen of selected   lavers;   imported   maje   from  260-egg hen.    $1.00 for 12 eggs.   SOWDEN, Enderby  NOW  Is the time to order your Spring  Suit. Customer's own material  made up. Prices from $15 up. Local agent for Canadian Apparel Co,  Suits to your measure from $17.50.  Cleaning.  Pressing and  Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.   INVITATION  Report of Ashlon Creek school  for the month of. March: Total  days school -was in session, 23:  total days attendance,...164.  Preliminary  year,  Ruth   Baxter.  Senior Third���������������������������Betty Baxter.  Junior Third���������������������������VIosta Stainer;  Yaroslav Stainer, Joe Olich.  First Reader���������������������������Dorothea Baxter;  Yaroslav Stamberg.  Second Primer���������������������������Joe Miska, Paul  Stainer.  Perfect in punctuality���������������������������VIosta  Stainer, Paul Stainer, Joe Miska,  Betty Baxter, Dorothea Baxter, Joe  Olich, Yaroslav Stainer and Ruth  Baxter.  Standing for the month: 1st,  Dorothea "Baxter, 81.5; 2nd, Betty  Baxter, 81; 3rd, Paul Stainer, 78.  Lily M. Terhune, Teacher  *_���������������������������__���������������������������___,_,_.___,_, > ^  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed   strictly   fresh;  25c per dozen.   Eggs for. setting,  (White Leghorns)  50c doz. Mrs.  E. Gray.  F R E S H  FISH  EVERY  THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  New  Arrivals in  Japanese  Goods  MATTINGS  RUGS  ELECTRIC SHADES  LAMP SHADES  WORK BASKETS  LUNCH BASKETS  WASTE PAPER BASKETS  FANCY GOODS  FANCY CHINA TEA SETS  All at prices that.will surprise  you.  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor ,  FOR SALE.  One   team   of  horses,   weighing  about. 1000 pounds each; one bug-'  gie, almost new; one light wagon;  one set light sleighs; one set double  harness; one set single.harness...  Will  sell  all  together or separately.   Bargain for immediate sale.  FULTON   HARDWARE   CO.,   Ltd.  Enderby, B.C.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-tf  YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT     THE     COOPERATIVE  STORE AT SALMON ARM. ON FRIDAY. APRIL 14th.  SPECIAL SPRING OPENING.  THIS STORE HAS BEEN REMODELED   AND   CONSID-  ���������������������������A'BLY ENLARGED.   TEN THOUSAND    FEET    OF    FLOOR  SPACE FILLED WITH NEW LINES OF GOODS THAT YOU  REQUIRE.  SPECIAL REST ROOM FOR LADIES. TEA WILL BE  SERVED TO CUSTOMERS DURING THE AFTERNOON.  RAILROAD FARE REFUNDED TO THOSE PURCHASING DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES TO THE AMOUNT  OF SI0.00 AND OVER.  MEET ME AT THE SAFE  Salmon Arm, Friday, April 14th  ORERA  HOUSE  Saturday, April 8th  Three Great Reels of Nurse  Cavell Martyrdom, two reels  of "Diamond from the Sky,"  and three reels of Comedy-  drama. The 'Nurse & Martyr*  photoplay is the highest priced  3-film performance ever put  on   the  screen   in  Enderby.  DON'T MISS THIS  Adults, 50c      8 p. m. sharp      Children, 25c


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