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 !*\  - A is ���������������������������  *.,-V. W   *:  nrx - v ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������    \ ���������������������������  \.^Y0rf  V������������������*  ii IK^vlf^jifd--^ t / d  Vi. .!j  ,!w'>>ij        ~.iJ ���������������������������.t,v.(���������������������������>..������������������ ^JjC5u n-vKjijir. ��������������������������� ;i*r  ^  Enderby, B. C, May 11, 1916  AND      W A UK ER'S      WEEKLY  Vol..9; No. 11:   Whole No. 431'  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS j heels   in   the  hay  fields  of  Thos.    * / Gray.  Good morning! Perhaps tho  weather clerk has been reading the  war news!  Miss Hazel Elliot spent a few  days with Enderby friends this  week, from Chase.  The opening of the Tennis Club  i.s poslponcdVintil Saturday, owing  lo the unsettled state of weather.  Victor Bogerl, thc remaining son  of Mr. ancl Mrs. J. E. Bogert, left  to join the 172iul Battalion ,last  week.  C. G,. Piper has withdrawn from  the home guard battalion and is  joining thc engineers' corps -for  overseas.  Rev. J. A. and Mrs. Dow and son  returned * from California Tuesday,  much improved in health by their/  stay at San Diego.  St. George's church, Sunday, May  14th:' Morning Prayer and Holy  Communion, 11 ra. m.;. Evening  Prayer, 7.30 p.m.  Al Roscbery," on Slocan lake, the  concentrator's now running night  and day, with, a force-of 12 men,  putting-through GO tons daily.  A- business meeting will, bc held  in'tlie Red'Cross lea rooms Tuesday  afternoon* at 3-o'clock, May lGlh.  All members are urged to attend.  Charlie  Chaplin   is  the highest-  -.priced    funnyman   'on   the   movie  stage.   Hc will be seen at'the Opera  House   afternoon    ancl   evening  of  May 24th.  The Basket Ball Club is preparing  to hold a dance-in lhc Drill Hall on  thc night of May 24th, the proceeds  of which are to be turned over lo  the Red Cross aijd Tobacco Funds.  A." B. S. Stanley, edilor of the  Medley Gazelle for several months  past, has laid aside the pen, lifted  his nose out of the space box, and  has joined the forces for overseas.  Lieut. V. Brimacombc, formerly  of the Bank of Montreal stall', Enderby, later manager of the branch  -oRhat-bank-al-PorUHanay,-has=re=-  signed his position to join the lGlh  Battalion.  And now some belated wag suggests thai llie word "appendicute"  be coined lo save the trouble o,f  saying "operated on for appendicitis." Good morning! Have you  been appendicuted?  Rev. J. Knox Wright, president  of lhe Inlernalional Bible Society,  will give an illustrated lecture in  Ihe Methodist church Monday evening, May 15lh. Subject, "Japan,  Siberia and Manchuria."  ��������������������������� The greal merchants of our big  cities arc constantly advertising al  an enormous expense, but it pays  them; and it was by shrewd *ad-  verlising that they became successful. They cannot afford lo slop, or  Ihey would. Thc small town merchant can less afford to stop advertising lhan thc big merchant.  ���������������������������and yet some do.  , The Red Cross market stall realized $10.50 lasl Saturday. The following are warmly thanked for  their contributions: Mrs. Winter,  Mrs. Gorle, Mrs. G. Lucas, Mrs.  Ayling, Mrs. Preston, Mrs. Scott,  Miss Forster, Mr. Colfin, Mrs.  Proctor, Miss Gibbs, Mrs. G. L.  Williams, Mrs. Folkard, Mrs. Brown  Mrs. J. F. Moore, Mrs. Sowden, Mrs.  IT. Harvey, Mrs. Bigge and Mrs.  Forster.  If you have been following llie  interesting -drama "The Diamond  from the' Sky" you certainly will  not miss the next episode* this week  at' lhe .Opera House.:- The. accompanying comedy and drama reels  are also of the,best this week,.and  the -movie show, promises to.be one  of more than usual merit���������������������������and this  is saying a good deal; for the shov.-s  of the past month or two have been  of real merit. ���������������������������  The sudden death of Charlie, the  4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave  Crane, of Hulcar, brought gloom to  lhat home and the community last  Thursday morning. The little fellow, had been ill but a few days  with' some acute kidney trouble.  Hc was brought to thc Cottage Hospital Wednesday afternoon ancl lhat  night shortly,before 12 o'clock lhe  child passed away. interment  in thc family plot, Hulcar."  Many farmers in the Enderby-  Mara district are building cement  lloors and otherwise improving the  dairy facilities of Iheir farms. . A  week or so ago lhe Northern Okan-  ag;  a carload of cement for their  members and in a single day Ihe  lolal supply was carted away.   The  1  LITTLE INTEREST TAKEN' '    out against all thought of compen-  ���������������������������v  ' V   _. saiion. * lie  closed  by urging En-  Bclwecn fifteen and twenty peo- derby lo get upon thc water wagon,  pie, half of whom were women and jan(| expressing lhe hope that when  children���������������������������attended the Prohibition ��������������������������� speakers came this way again they  would be greeted by a larger audience. All other districts they had  visited in  lhe Province were well  8aii-l^i:mersUiisliliitc^^  price   paid   was  $3\()3  per  saving of $1 per barrel.  bbl,  a  Poetry in lhe Hennery  Mr. George Brown is of that good  old Manitoba slock of "mau-to-man  helpfulness, and when he has discovered a secret thai niighl mean  good lo somebody else he gels rid  of il by dilfusing it in his meander-  Don'l chuckle!   We are not alone  in������������������s.   Thc other day he discovered  in  having this delightfully  freaky  weather.   The loss sustained by the  vinevardisls aiid vegetable growers j cereal,  presumably jusl as wc  all  lhal  hens  like  a   lillle  exhortation  thrown in now and then with Iheir  of California by frost last Sunday  morning is estimated at $2,500,000.  Provision for aid to the' aggregate amount of $2,000,000 lo shipping ancl the shipbuilding industry of lhc Province is contained in  a bill which Premier Bowser introduced in the legislature a few chiys  ago. ���������������������������  ' J. Lambert and IT. Cooke are  the latest to gel the oul-door habit,  each having purchased Ford machines from E. J. Mack. Mrs. F. S.  Stevens has purchased lhe Howard  Mann Hup machine while Mr. Mann  has purchased a Chevrolet.  It is no unusual sight al Mara lo  see the deer come down from the  hills lo the gre'en fields on the Hat  during the breeding season. A  drove of seven or eight was seen  Tuesday evening, kicking' up Iheir  like a sprinkle of sugar and cream  on our porridge in lhc.morning. Bul  it must have quality. F'rinstancc,  he was scattering his Manitoba  XXX Hard lo lhe birds lhe olher  morning at his hennery ion Ihe  sunny banks of thc shimmering,  sol't-llowing Spailumchoen, and was  himself feeling somewhat poelical  as the waters rippled by, and as hc  did so these lines of exhortation  came to his lips and he spit them  out:  Lay on my bull's !  And dam be she who first shall say,  Hold! I've laid enough I  Mr. Brown declares lhe'exhortation was most effective. He got  more eggs from his (lock that day  lhan ever before. And he gives oul  the secret for the benefit of the Egg  Circle.  meeting in K. of P. Hall last Thursday evening lo hear Rev. .1. S. Henderson and Mr.'G. J." Hammond, of  Vancouver, tell what the prohibitionists of the Province are eking  and hope to do in connection with  the effort now being made lo put  British Columbia oii the "dry" list.  Mr. Henderson." was the speaker  of the evening,"while -Mr. Hammond, who i.s the* head of thc prohibition organization, briefly told  the local organization lo gel busy,  and urged all present lo lend mere  active support to the movement.  In    his   opening    remarks,   Mr.  Henderson told his hearers thai the  light is now on,.,and  that  it  is a  fight, and would be a.hard one.   He  expressed regret lhat more interest  was'not shown at Enderby, for,,he  said, the,Prohibition  Bill is going  lo   carry,  without   any- compensation" to-the hotel men,' and'it .was"to  the interest of all lo.climb'.upon thc  water'-'wagon now while the,-cliinb-  ,irig;.is good.  ,We.-ha\*-e.Vi*:Prp.virice  worth fighting for���������������������������-the'best J n'< the  Dominion���������������������������a Province1 unequalled.  During   the,  past   decade   British*  Columbia has got on Ihe map.   Thu  world   needs   and ��������������������������� will   need . jusl  what~, this*' Province  can   produce.  Bul  true  progress,--he said,  is  nol  entirely economic.    There musi  be  the ethical progress as well.' Our  best product is character; our best  asset lies in our men and women���������������������������  righteousness that  axallelh  a   people.   Wc are loday no better in this  Province lhan we ought to be; we  are in no danger of martyrdom for  our goodness.    Ther.c is room  for  improvement.   We are dead to lhe  evils   of  thc  liquor   traffic���������������������������asleep  along all lines ofrcform.  'Our friend  the enemy says 'this  is' not lhe time for a light of this  organized, and in many the ladies  were rendering valuable assistance.  MORE PRODUCTION NEEDED  Statistics recently received by  the Vancouver Board o'f Trade  showing Ihe exports, from the Uniled States inlo Brilish Columbia*  through lhe port of Seattle alone  during lhe month of March reveal  some interesting, if nol surprising,  facts. The exports lo this Province  amounted to $3,129,425 in value,  while the Brilish Colmbia exports  lo."Seattle were $571,7G2. Of. the  material exported from British-  Columbia a very large part is_ made  up of copper blister for refining���������������������������{  nearly 500 bars, valued al $392,705.  Paper and coal arc* the .other big  items inythclist of B. C. exports:   ,  The heavy shipments of agricultural produce passing through  Seattle lo lhis Province.; where they  \j  -Cheap Silo- Quickly Erected  When the* farmer is spoken lo  about erecting a silo on' his place,  he immediately begins to recount  lhe obstacles which stand in his  way. One of thc first, ancl perhaps thc biggest, is that of cosl.  To put up a silo large enough for  him, would, he argues, cost in lhe  neighborhood of $300 Or $400.  Thc  whole  question,  of  course, j might bc gro^'n under equal facil  hinges upon lhe number of head of j* Hies, are worthy of special mention Y[  slock to be fed from the .silo.   The and   the   Vancouver   Province   has-V'  average farmer-will ;iiot have more! prepared", a   partial   li'stVof-" gobdsV,  than half a-do,zen cows," $*#few pigs| with   corresponding .values:'  .-Ap-,.].-'.  ancl a team or iwo.   This would nol,| pics, 5,812 boxes, $5,929;-bcapsV/SOSy'V  require a .silo .anything,like ascx-y bushel's, $3,0.22; -.butter,:i5i4Ycases/V',  pensive' as is.'generally believe, -if; $8,354; --cheese,". 179  cases,-. .$1,578 ;yV  the experience ol'yChas. AV.' Little,''eggs,' . 1,347    cases,'',$9,808';',,VfruitV','  Mara,- the "past season is Janyycri-j*.(dried);,-,875 ��������������������������� cases; .,$2,337;- fruUV*-  "teTToh.    Last".scVso'ir-lTlefcul' liis"'reel'),(ffcsii)7"G,219 .cases,v$12,,b82;^i'iTeat^'^  clover crop and-it.fwas caught--by 2,3(59 cases, $21,079; seed, 44G sacks',^?  heavy   rains?*  He was   threatened  $.4,05(5;. wheat, 1,754 busheIs,$'2,2G2;",V:J������������������Vf  -741  , v--,->.i  "���������������������������: ��������������������������� *'!'-ti  i->    *V r 'rat  ?, --y<���������������������������i  v S~r^s_ _  >si&7%  \-~-'S=SS-'^  i1  J   '���������������������������.'!������������������% .1^-,  ��������������������������� ,w' --t-v ; lis/.-1  \        "1    .' , Hi".I  wilh the loss of all he had down.  When  he saw this  hc decided   lo  vegetables, 3;222 crates, $7,303.' ���������������������������> "  -These figures-indicate something*  -.ViVi  \ ���������������������������At  *--.*j^il  for such a light���������������������������when people are  thinking of   things   worth   while.  Thc speaker ���������������������������referred lo the  words- of Lloyd George, who has  said that if Britain loses this war it  will be because of drink. The corruption 'being unearthed in Saskatchewan and now in Vancouver  in connection wilh the.by-clcclion,  all were laid at Ihe door of drink.  He said lhere was no more honorable business lhan the hotel business. What is il that advertises  your town of Enderby more than  lhe excellence of your first-class  hotel. Why should Ihe liquor traffic  bc hitched up lo the hotels? It is  no more reasonable that it should  be so than lo hitch'it up lo, any  other business, or the church. In  England, he said, they spent ������������������181,-  000,000 in drink last year���������������������������$17,-  000,000 more in 1915 lhan in 1914.  He.said there were 21,000 ministers  in England linked up with the  liquor traffic.  Thc speaker ridiculed llie idea  occasionally expressed lhal if lhe  bars in a. town are cut oil' all business is thereby impaired, and also  the contention that Io cut ofi* lhc  bars means Ihe increase of "blind  pigs."  "Thc right lo license implies the  power to prohibit," he said. And  Mr. Henderson strongly impressed  upon his hearers lhat the Prohibition party .never would submit lo  compensation being paid Ihe hotel  men-and  that they were standing  erect a silo.'  Ih a few-hours he had ' wrong in  llie  production  or mar-  lighl- timbers   on   the   ground   for, kciing  of  agricullural   produce  in.  the   frame   work   and   soon' these British Columbia, and il is wAh Ihe  were   knocked   together,   Ihen   he  object   of  improving   these   concli-  lined   Ihe   limbers   wilh   ordinary tions  lhal lhc  Board  of Trade, of=  corrugated iron, allowing lhe neces-. Vancouver,    through  ils   Domestic  sary openings for loading and emp-_'Food  Products Committee,  is now  lying, added a top, ancl the silo was 'at work.  finished,^al a lolal  cost of $45  to    $50.    Then  he filled  lhe silo with MARRIED AT VERNON "  15 Ions of clover.   The silage was!   -    eagerly devoured by cows, pigs and1 'A quiet wedding was solemnized  horses. Mr. Little reckons-thai his al" Vernon Wednesday afternoon al  saving in feed the first season more 3.30,   by   thc -Rev.   W.   Vance,   by  i which    Enderby   loses  one  of  its  than paid the cost of Ihe silo.  ������������������ -    .  _ DJsJrictSShojving_ De&elopm_enI  i fairest   nalivc   daughters   and   Mr.  J Roy L. Lidslone, of Grindrod, wins  a charming bride aiunTeTpmate, in  Walter E. Triisdale, manager of the person of Miss Christina Camp-  the 13. C. Financial Times, Van- bell, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  couver, visited Enderby this week Alex. Campbell, Fnderby pioneers,  in connection wilh his paper. Mr.; Monday evening a shower was  Truesdale was Enderby's firsl real given by Ihe many friends of the  estate agent. Largely due lo lhc bride al lhe home of Mrs. Duncan,  work done by him some twelve Miss Campbell heing Ihe recipient  years ago lhis dislrict received its of a great variety of useful and or-  firsl awakening. Many settlors, naiiienUtl gifts, betokening the re-  were induced lo locale here hy him.' sped and es'.eem of all.  In more recent years he lias been * Mr. nnd Mrs. Lidslone will spend  in business in Vancouver, lie had a week on a lour of lhe lake dis-  nol visited this dislrict in MvVirjct afler which Ihey will return  years. The development all along (0 Enderby lo make their home in  Ihe.line surprised.him. Particular- ||u������������������ immediate vicinity  lv in Ihe vicinity of Enderby.   And  it i.s his opinion lhal the best kind  of development i.s in connection  wilh Ihe farm lands of an agricul-  cultural district.  "Bob" Reduced lo Poetry  FOUND DEAD IN BED  As a poetry exercise one of the  young lads in Miss Ray's room at; cause of dcalh.  W. A. Avery, who came to Enderby some weeks ago to bc at the  bedside of his brother, C. Groce,  at the time of his death, was found  dead in his bed Wednesday morning.    Heart failure was the direct  Ihe  Fortune school  wrote the  following slanza of merit:  If lhis book you wish to steal,  Tell lhe owner of the deal;  If vou do nol lell'lhe tale,  "Bob" will land you in lhe jail:  "Bob" is big and fal and heavy,  And his club is always ready;  But if a Dago tackles him,  lie wishes for a big slick Ihen.  Delicious, wholesome, pure ice  cream al Joe's, Home-made from  Enderby cream.  The deceased came to Enderby  from Tacoma, near which city he  was engaged in the lumber business. The body will be returned lo  his Tacoma home.  A 15c lea will be held al lhe residence of Mrs. Writer, Thursday,  May 11 Ih, 3 lo G, in aid of the W.A.  Striped  Voiles and printed  gee, at Speers.'  ���������������������������on-  N'ainsooks and Bridal Cloths,  made up ready lo embroider, al  Speers'.  You will lind a fresh slock of dc-  ficious candies al Joe's. ���������������������������\.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 11,191G  TESTING TIME  When yon can get  as much fun  out of putting two  dollars aiuay  ��������������������������� as in spending it  you may consider  yourself a financier  n  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday  at    Bndei-hy,   B. C.  Walker   Press.  at $2   per  year,   by   the  Adver.isiiuf Rates:   Transient.  50c an inch first insertion, 25c eacii subsequent insertion.     Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY,  MAY 11,  1916  WE PLACE OUR OWN LIMIT  Thc limit of Enderby's possibilities'is Lhe limit  Perhaps there arc some things more sad to sec  than an awakened soul trying to express itself in  the language ol* lhc dead. Wc do nol know.   Next  to this, perhaps, is the sight of an awakened dislrict, or town, or home,  trying lo  wrest itself  From the clutches ol" the dry rol ol* indifference,  sordidness,  ennui,   lukewarnmess  and  jealousy.  We   may   pride  ourselves   on   our  flag  or-our  counlry, our religion or our God, hut while we  permit jealousy, "indifference and lukcwarmness  lo shape our allilude towards questions of a public nature we are sinners of the dry rot Lype.   We  become   poor   indeed   when   we   measure   commimily advancement by thc plumb-bob of self-  interest.    Thrice blest is lhal community whose  citizens place town before pockel and dislrict before lown.   Not lhat one can be more lo lhc lown  by ignoring pocket, or more lo lhe dictrict by  ignoring town, but that' wc build up the pockel  by strengthening lhe hands of the towwn wc live  in, and, in like manner,'the district.   Seek ever to  build up, nol tear down; to aid men who aim at  accomplishment;   encourage    by   honest   praise  rather than discourage by ridicule and doubt.  The enthusiast is always a thorn in the llesh ol*  the sordid nomad; he must run the gimllcl ol" thc  GanT-bc-dids, and sland firm before thc hot-air  line of  i-lold-you-sos. He is a savior in thc  chrysalis and must stand lo bc, crucified, else  none can be saved through him. Injured pride  stands up before him to> damn; self-seeking  Iscariols kiss him to his doom. He is nailed to  the cross by black angels who fear him. 'Tis the  decree of Fate lhat it must bc so.  We see in olhers the rellcclion of ourselves; we  speak Ihe evil of Ihem lhat we believe exists,  judging Ihem by whal we would probably do  under like circumstances; our thought of them  are though Is lhal have come as a result of our experience wilh ourselves. The individual or lhe  community of a constructive turn ol" mind is  ever building* up, never tearing down. Every  thought is constructive; every ell'orl one of elevation." Whether applied lo one's business of to the  business of the community, the influence of such  thinking is helpful lo all. The influence of contrary thinking���������������������������thinking lhat doubts the worker  and danins his work���������������������������lends always to react upon  lhe community and each individual in the community.   It tears down.   It never builds up.  Our stock of Groceries is complete and  fresh and prices low  Bulk Tea, 3 lbs for $1.00 Peanut Butter, 25c per lb.  Lux, 10c per package Dutch Cleanser, 10c pkt.  Baking Powder, 5-lb tin, $1.00; 2*-lb tin, 55c  Our Motto: "QUALITY and SERVICE"  TEECE    &    SON,        Bell Block, .Enderby  No.  No.  No.  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  Novelty Siding,  2x4 and 2x6,  Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  $10.00 per M"  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  Order your winter's supply of wood NOW���������������������������Green Blocks, $1 a load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, LtcUnderby  Edward  oi   her people.    We can. make, it whal we will.  Nature lias endowed lhe town richly.   The beauty  and grandeur of her hills and rills; the magnificence of her vales and  plaleans, and her ideal  ciimale,���������������������������all lhe choicest Nature can bestow in  this northern alliluoe.   11 remains for us lo make  of il what we will���������������������������and-we show whal our ideal  i.s   by .Hie amount  of energy   we  pul   forth   lo  achieve il.   Without systematic effort wc can accomplish very lillle along any line.    We shall accomplish much less if we attempt haphazardly Lo j  work oul our ideal.    There must be system all  along lhe line: a plan sel thai all musl work to.  Our .-iccomplishmenls loday may nol amouni Lo  much even in the aggregate; tomorrow's may add  but lillle more; bul if these efforts be directed Lo  lhe same end���������������������������if. lillle by lillle, we add to lhe  plan of the whole���������������������������il will not be long unlii we  shall view wilh pride the excellence of our accomplishments.  Enthusiasm which is as yet untouched by adversity may be compared Lo pure gold; yet, like  gold, for practical purposes is made more serviceable by an alloy���������������������������of reverses.  .  THINKS  WILSON ANOTHER LINCOLN  Oo nol accept as a fact lhe Iheory lhal dull  "tiiTTc^m'cnTcccs.sai*iKnrcliaraeterislie-()l^the-suni--  mer months. Courage, however, is whal every  business man needs���������������������������without it one might as well  quit. Courage lu believe in a bigger and heller  season ol" activity lhan you have ever had���������������������������courage lo go aflcr il���������������������������courage lo slay with il���������������������������cour-  age lo Lie I it!  WILL GO INTO CAMP JUNE FIRST  ol  ng on  Canada  I une  Ottawa.  Valcar-  Vernon,  points. How many ballalinns are  -non i.s slill a question largely of  Overseas forces  in  dilVerenl  will go inlo camps for summei  1st, according lo advices  Concentration camps wi  tier. Que.. Banicliold, Onl., Sewell  li. C, and other  lo he sent lo Vi  nirls  rain  received from  he opened at  Man..  Alfred G. Gardiner, editor of lhc London Daily  News and chairman of lhc Inslilulc of Journalism, one.of lhc mosl fearless and inllucnlial journalists of England, thinks a lol of President Wilson and. his policies.   "When facing a crisis," he  says, "America has always turned up the. very  man she needs.   She produced Lincoln when confronted wilh lhe great civil war.   I believe history  will show lhat Woodrow Wilson  was  Ihe .man  she could best have turned up for lhis crisis,   ile  has all the good qualities of America's greatest  men���������������������������courage, statesmanship, ideals and political  sagacity.   They were lhe qualities of Washington,  Lincoln and Lee.    And you know America produces Lhe world's finest men.   Wilh all llie olher  attributes Ihey have lhe spirit of democracy.''  Reminded "of lhe unfavorable comparisons  made in,some .quarters bel\yeenj.lie_ course whicl i  might have been laken by flTeljniTed"Siales nTfdeF  Roosevelt and thai under the leadership of Wilson, Mr. Gardiner replied: "Roosevelt is a great  demagogue, lie is sincere, bul he is an opportunist and nol a constructive thinker. Mr. Wilson  has a policy. 11 is his hope lo make America Ihe  world's ideal. And Kit rope musl look lo America  for lhc ureal beacon light of Democracy."  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, && fURPHY Enderby  RECRUITS   WANTED,.  FOR   OVERSEAS  JOIN THE OKANAGAN COMPANY  OF THE 172nd BATTALION C. E, F.  "The Cariboo Rangers"  CAPT. P. De Lautouh, O.C.,  Box 42'2, Vernon, B.C.  Tel. 230 and 3105  Hccruiting OiTiceal Frank Spencers  Barnard Ave., Vernon, B.C.  COD SAVK TJll- KING  Distinctive Productions in Commercial  Printing Mean Larger Profits to you,  Mr. Businessman  When  W  surmise. It is now certain lhal an infantry brigade will he held near Victoria, where il is probable all Island units will be concentrated in one  big camp for lhe summer. Mainland infantry  Iroops. according lo lhe best available information, will be concentrated al Vernon. II* lhe present plans are carried out il means thai the 121sl  Western Irish, lhe l*Hsl Fraser Valley, lhe 158th  Duke of Gonnaught's Own and lhe 2.'>lsl Second  Battalion ol" the' Canadian- Seaforlhs will come  lo Vernon- -probably 6,000. IL is understood lhe  artillery units will not go into camp in lhe Okanagan bul will train in lhe east, where suitable  mimes are available.  ie world is all awry, keep a'singing���������������������������  len the misls are in your eye, keep a'singing.  You can'l sel lhis old world right.  Rut you can kee]) your own spot bright,  And pul up a mighly fighl���������������������������keep a'singing.  WHAT IS NERVE ?  [ling  you i  youi  ordinary person  your standard  issociales would  it.   11 is burning  I age  nothing lo give pension and co  who lias lost her son; il is no"  nd   medicine   lo   lhe   workman   w  his arm, or llie decrep.il woman  lung  lo the  o give  o   has  wasting  ll is  widow  food  a  broken  in sickness. I)ul il i.s something lo use your lime  and strength lo war wilh lhe waywardness and  thoughtlessness of mankind; lo keep lhe erring  workman in your service lill you have made him  an unerring'one. and lo direct your I'ellow-  nierchanl lo the opportunity which his judgment  would have lost.   -John Ruskin.  ll is doing lhe thing lhal the  thinks is impossible.    11 is se  twice as high as your business  sel il for you, and Ihen rcnchiiu  bridges behind you and slaking your all on  own endeavor. Il i.s taking chances that are  nol chances���������������������������lo ordinary people the risk would  he enormous, bul the man of nerve is not even  taking chances because he knows he can carry the  thing through, and doesn't allow himself lo become side-lracked or even annoyed by the people  who say il can'l he done.- Ready Money.  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  Upon lhe earth distress ol" nations, in perplexity  for the roaring of lhe sea and lhe billows; men  fainting for fear, and for expectation of lhe things  which are coming on lhe world: for the powers  ol" lhe heavens shall be shaken. . . . But when  these things begin lo come to pass, look up, and  lifl up vour heads; because! vour redemption  drawelir nigh.���������������������������Luke 21: 25-28"  One serene  immeasurable  munilv.���������������������������N. I)  se  -poised  [ifI  and  Ilillis.  and 'tranquil  benefaction  soul  lo a  is an  coin-  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  EMPIRE DAY!  Spend it with us at Enderby 2n *.e BaLnk8 of  * *   Spallumcheen $  Thursday, May 11, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SECRET SOCIETIES  R. E. WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings fiist  Thursday., on or after the  full moon at 8 p. in. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY* LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall. Visitors cordially invited to attend.  R. E. HARKINS. C C  G. W. HUGHES. K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  Hall suitableforConeerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.'   For rates, etc., address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  J^C. SKALING, B. Ai  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE '*  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  THE CARDINAL BUSINESS PRINCIPLE  M  ISS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  A few hundred years ago business was transacted mostly through fairs, ship and by pedlcrs.  Your merchant ol" thai lime was a peripatetic  rogue who reduced prevarication to a syslcm.  Thc boolh gradually evolved inlo a slorc, wilh  lhe methods and customs of thc irresponsible  keeper intact: thc men cheated their neighbors  and chuckled in glee until their neighbors cheated  them, which, ol" course, they did. Then they  cursed each olher, began again and did it all oyer  just as before., John Quincy A,dams, according  to thc late Elbert Hubbard, used to tell of a certain deacon who kepi a slorc near Boston, who  always added in the year 1775, at the top oi" a  column, as seventeen dollars and seventy-five  cents.  Thc amount of misery, grief, disappointment,  shame, distress, woe, suspicion and hate, caused  by a system which wrapped up one thing when  the buyer expected another, and took advantage  of his innocence and ignorance as to quality and  value, can nol bc computed in figures. Suffice it  lo say lhat duplicity in trade has had to go. The  self-preservation of the race demanded honesty,  GERMAN NOTE SATISFACTORY ?  square dealing, one price lo all. Thc change only elective weapon if lhc enemy is permitted lo  A Washington dispatch says a study of the German nolc replying lo the "last word" sent by the  United Stales on thc submarine controversy," has  led Washington ollicials lo believe lhal lhere will  bc no break in diplomatic relations unless there  arc further attacks in violation of inlernalional  law. There is a possibility lhat the United Slates  ma} make a brief reply, notifying the Berlin government that as long as lhe new orders lo submarine commanders arc fully observed diplomatic relations will nol bc discontinued on thai  score.  Thc "new orders" referred lo are contained in  the lasl paragraph of lhc Berlin note wherein il  is said: "In accordance wilh the general principle  of visit and search, and the destruction of merchant vessels recognized by inlernalional law,  such vessels, bolh within and without the area  declared a naval war zone, shall not bc sunk without warning, and without saving human lives,  unless lhe ship attempts to escape or oilers resistance. But neutrals cannot expect lhat Germany, forced lo fight for existence, shall for the  sake of neutral interests, restrict the use of an  tmOEETTS  VCLEANS-DISINFECTS Y  (Certificated Higher J)iv., R. A. M.)  Pupil for the past five years of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Ox for., ancl Miss Oberhoffcr, L.R.  A.M. . .  Lessons on Pianoforte and in voVe  Production and Musical Tlic-������������������iy.  For terms apply-to Box 583, Cily.  FRESH  F I S H  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  x >  < >  o  41  <>  <>  < >  E. J. Macky-  ��������������������������� Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  ,.   Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  HAWK BICYCLES  An up-to-date High Grade  Bicyclefitted withA'o//*-; Chain,  JVew Departure or Hercules  Coaster Brake and Hubs, Detachable Tnes. bij;hf������������������radeequip-  nient,including Mud- *nn r������������������  guards,l'iiiiip,&Tools w������������������>00  s������������������rdFREE=l 916 Cataloguer  fiO pages of Bicycles, Sundries  and Repair Math lal. You can  buy your supplies from us at  Wholesale l'riecs.  *T. W. BOYD & SON,  27 Notre Da me 'J t. West, Montreal.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  NOTICE  In   lhe   Estate   of   Charles   Groce  Avert/, Deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat  all persons having claims upon the  estate of the late Charles Groce  Avery, who died on thc lGlh day of  March, 191G, arc required-to send  to Lillie Jane Avery, executrix of  said estate, or the undersigned, her  solicitor, on or before thc 15th day  of Mav, 1910, a full statement of  their claims and of any securities  held by them, duly verified; and  that after that date, the executrix  will proceed to distribute the assets  of the Deceased amongst the parties  entitled thereof, having regard only  to the claims which have been duly  filed with her or her solicitor.  Dated at Enderby this 12th day  of April, A.D7 191(5.  A. C. SKALING,  Solicitor for Lillie Jane Avery,  executrix of estate of Charles Groce  Avery, deceased.  came alter a struggle, and wc arc nol quite sure  of the one price yet.   But wc have gotten thus far,  that* lhc man who cheats in-trade is tabu.   Honesty as a business asset is fully recognized. II' you  would succeed in business you can'l afford lo sell  a man something he docs not want; neither can  you  afford   to  disappoint  him' in   quality  any  more lhan in count.    Other things'1 being,equal,  the merchant who has thc most friends will make  the most money.   Our enemies do nol deal with  us.   "To make a sale and acquire an enemy is poor  policy.   To a pcdlcr or a man who rim a boolh  at a'bazaar or fair, it was "get your money now  or never."   Buyer and seller were at war.   One  transaction and Ihcy never met tagain.   Thc air  was full- of suspicion and hale, and the savage  propensity of physical destruction was refined to  a point where hypocrisy and untruth took the  place of violence.   The buyer was as bad as the  sollcr���������������������������if he could buy below cost hc boasted of it..  To catch a merchant who had to have money was  glorious���������������������������wc smolc him hip and thigh. . Later  wc discovered that being a stranger hc took us in.  Thc onc-pricc syslcm has corneas a necessity,  since it reduces thc friction of life and protects  the child or .simple person in  lhc.selection of  tilings.needed, jusl'the same as if the buyer were  an expert in values and a person who could strike  back if imposed upon.   SafctyTpeacc and decency  demanded the one-price system., -  , When wc reach thc point where we s_c that all  men arc brothers, wc have "absolute honesty and  onc-pricc.    And this change in the methods of  business, and our menial attitude toward trade,  has all grown out of a dimly perceived but deeply  felt belief in  thc brotherhood of man,  of thc  solidarity of lhc race' Also in lhc further belief  that life in all its manifestations is divine.   Therefore, lie who ministers to the happiness and well-  being of lhe life of another is a priest and is doing  God's work.    Men musl bc fed,  they -must bc  clothed, they must bc housed.   It is quite as necessary lhat you should cat good food as that you  should read good books, hear good music, hear  good sermons, or look upon beautiful pictures.  Thc necessary is the sacred.   There are no menial  tasks.   "Hc that is lhc greatest among you shall  bc  your   servant."      Thc   physical   reacts    on  thc  spiritual  and   lhc  spiritual  on   the  physical,   and,   rightly   understood, "they   are 'one  and the same thing.    Wc change men by changing their environment.    Commerce changes the  environment and gives us a better society.    To  continue to apply at will methods of warfare  violating* rules of'international law. . . . Accordingly the German Government is confident  thai in consequence of thc new orders issued to  lhe naval forces lhc Govern men I of lhc United  Slates will also now consider all impediments removed which may have been in the way of mutual co-operation toward restoration ol" lhc freedom of the seas during thc war, and il docs nol  doubt that Lhe Government of thc Uniled Slates  will now demand and insist thai lhe Brilish Government shall forthwith observe the rules of ifi-  tcrnalional'law universally recognized before thc  war, as laid down in lhc notes presented by lhc  Government of the Uniled Slalcsvto the Brilish  government December 28, Jl914, Mid November  5th, 1915. Should steps taken by. the Government of the United Slates nol allain lhc objeel il  desires, to have the laws of humanity followed by  all belligerent nations,' the German Government  would then bc facing a new situation in which it  must reserve lo itself* complete liberty of decision." .    '       ., *  Since Greal Britain has declared thai she will  not lossen her blockade throat hold upon Germany, it would seem that thc case is just about-in  the same position" as it was before the American  nolo was issued or the German reply came.;'lo  handV   . '       ~    ���������������������������    " r   7   "      v     . 'SS\~~ '-' :  ���������������������������   Not  a  Popular   Variety  ' Very Young Ollicer: "I want one  of those dogs about so high, and  about so long; a sort of greyhound,  but isn't quite, because ils tail's  shorter and ils head bigger, and the ^  legs aren'l so long, and lhc body's  thinner.    Do you keep that sort?" .  Dealer:    "No,   sir,    I   don't. ' I  drown 'mc!"  ^V  Oilier "neutral'notes, have; been received rby  Great- Britain, -the1 last ..coming Trcnv Norway  formally notifying thc entente allies that she cannot admit the correctness o'f their interpretation  of The Hague 1907'Convention regarding the  seizure of neutral mails at sea. A similar protest  has been sent by lhc Uniled Slates and Holland.  *"l,  &y  i  INTBE RACE FOR BUSINESS  The gentleman on the tortoise  represents thc man who docs,not  advertise���������������������������thc one who tries to do  business as it was done.in the days w  ofthc tallow candle or the oil lamp.   V  ' Are you in the4glare of the  .trie light���������������������������in   the automobile  , - M odcrn M ethods ?  ��������������������������� Our Want Ads. are high voltage i  batteries, whether you want light  or  power��������������������������� business  publicity- tor IA  i competent help -  -il  lamp.  VI ��������������������������� ,'.    \," S~\  e elec--. ill   ,.VV ;*)"���������������������������_ -"  ile  of   I i-:-���������������������������    ���������������������������'���������������������������(��������������������������� 'Sit  \ I/. .,.-, ri '���������������������������; ���������������������������  i Ii' -    . - '������������������������������������������������������ .".'?,,. -' ?"*.<.  cmttf biH im b, ��������������������������� ������������������ Mcct.dj L  .^ -   ... .;,-"<sv- si  -v --*'-'- '-* (- _-r_-'c|  - V*.'ja." ~*j_-i  BLESS THE PRINTER  The Columbus News, for many ycars a famous  and flourishing daily paper published by convicts,  has had lo suspend publication for thc very good  reason lhat there is not left in lhat big penal .institution a single man who can < handle type.  Bankers arc there in plenty. More than twenty,  and more arc on thc way. Several convict banks  might bc operated, with'men lo spare. Enough  lawyers arc there lo take care of an enormous  amount of legal business. Doctors, brokers and  other "eminently respectable" citizens arc not  lacking.   Business men, farmers, mechanics and  Mmpir^Wd^Wl^rto  11 JO   ��������������������������� ���������������������������        ol   industrial activity arc common   there.    But  bcller heating apparatus, better food, served in ���������������������������<.  more dainty way���������������������������these arc all tasks worthy of  the highest intelligence and devotion lhal can be  brought to bear upon them, and every Christian  preacher in the world today so recognizes, believes and preaches. Thc secular is no longer  separated from lhe sacred. Thai is sawed which  serves.   Once a business man was a person who  there is not one printer.  The fact throws new light* on a character that  has long been commonly,misjudged. Thc printer  does nol pi his spiritual-and moral form. The  printer today is a home-owner. Hc is of fixed  employment and he has no time for laic suppers  and fast rides in thc benzine buggy wilh a trailer  in lhc form of a hobble skirl or any other kind.  nol only thrived by taking advantage of the ncccs . . -  --   -  silics of people, bul who banked on Iheir ignor-J"^ island always was-lar above lhe average  ance of values. Bul all wise men now know lhal|i"������������������" in information and intelligence. All the  lhe way to help yourself is to help humanity. \Vel"olahie events ol human hie pass through his  benefit ourselves only as we benefit others. And: uuuls nnd make impress on his brain. he lacl  the recognition of these truths is what has loday Uml more lhan own y bankers tire in lhc Ohio  placed the business man in thc forefront of the penilcnliary, and not one printer tells o the  earned professions���������������������������he ministers to the ncccs- relative honesty ol the printer ol loday���������������������������and lels  1 '       more, lor lhere are ten prmlers m lhc land to  sities of Immunity.  CROP COMPETITIONS 1916  one banker. 11 shows us lhat lhe mosl common  and mosl dangerous crimes of loday are not being committed by lhe world's workers.���������������������������The  Philistine.  Wheat���������������������������One acre or over: Entry fee, $1.00:  1st prize Silver Cup- and $20.00  2nd prize .*...' ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  15.00  3rd prize  10.00  Mangles���������������������������One-fourth acre oi* overf Entry fee $1:  lsl prize  .Silver cup and $20.00  2nd prize    : ��������������������������� ��������������������������� 15.00  3rd prize  10.00  Oats���������������������������.(Special): Entry fee, 50c:  1st prize  10-00  2nd prize      5.00  Garden���������������������������1000 square Feet or over: Entry lee, 50c:  1st prize $5 silver medal and $20.00  2nd prize  15.00  3rd prize    10-j)0  All entries to bc made wilh lhc secretary oi thc  Northern Okanagan Farmers' Inslilulc by May  15th. C. S. Handcock, Scc.-lrcas.  GOD GIVE US MEN  God give us men! A time like lhis demands  Strong minds, great hearts, true faith, and ready  hands;  Men whom lhe lusl of olhce does nol kill;  Men whom llie spoils of ollice cannot buy;  Men who possess opinions and a will;  Men who have honor���������������������������men who will nol lie;  Men who can stand before a demagogue  And damn   his   treacherous   naileries   without  winking!  Tall men, sun-crowned, who live above lhc fog  In public duly and in private thinking.  Each year purposeful  men grow rich out of  (rifles that thc careless cast away.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING RLGULATIONS^&V^pi  Goal, mining righls:bf-,Lhc Doinin-H#;I V.  ioirin' Munilobu, Saskatchewan and.. V,Vl������������������?������������������?.;|  Alberla, the " Yukoii./remtpry.^the-,' 7"S\YfYs  Norlhwcsl Territories anil 'apportion-' ---y.** VV������������������  of the1 Province of Brilish'Coluinbia, ',;,'JV;v  may be leased for a. term of,twenty- ���������������������������'."':;"���������������������������'  one years at "an annual rental of $!...- , '--���������������������������"  an acre. Nol-more than' 25G0 acres -S~':i~ - -  will b'c leased to,one applicant. -j S. \  . Application'- for a lease must, be ��������������������������� \' .' ���������������������������  made by tiie applicant in-person to "1- Y  Ihe Agent of sub-AgeiU .o'f the dis- ��������������������������� ��������������������������� "'  Irict in which rights applied for are ;- ." :*  situated. ���������������������������'.--'  -'   *  In   surveyed    territory' thc land  must bc described by sections; or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and     ^        ;  in   unsurvcyed   territory   the  tract    ;.  applied for shall be staked out by*-' *"  the applicant himself. .       .   "*;;.   '.  Each application musl be accom-.      * ' -  paniccl by a.fee of So which-will be -  refunded  if Ihe rights applied  for    ,  are nol available, but nol otherwise. * -���������������������������  A royally shall be paid-on the mer-7  chanlable output of thc mine al lhe  rate of live cents per Ion.* '"  The person operating the mine  ���������������������������shall^l'urni_h^ihe-^F\geiiMv-ith^sworn ��������������������������� ���������������������������*���������������������������'-���������������������������  returns accounting for* the full  Muanlity of * merchantable coal  mined'and pay Ihe royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights arc not - , *'  operated, surh returns should be  furnished al least once a year. -._,.   ���������������������������  The  lease  will  include "the coal  mining riglfts only, but the lessee  may be permitted lo purchase what-    .  ever available surface rights :is may "*  he   considered   necessary   for   the  workina of the mine, at the ralcof      $10 an acre.  For  full  information  applicalion-  should be made lo thc Secretary of V ���������������������������  the Department of thc Interior," Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unaiilhorized oublicalio'n    f  this advertisement will nol be paid  for.���������������������������83:575.  0. K. Barber Shop  Baths in connection ���������������������������  H. HENDRICKSON,  Proprietor  c.  P.  R. TIMETABLE  Southbound                     No  ���������������������������thbound  10.20 1v.  Sicamous'  ar.  18.30  10.53  .Mara  17.-11  11.00  ���������������������������Grindrod  17.21  11.24  ENDERBY  17.08  11.50  Armstrong  10.38  '12.00  Realm  10.28  12.11  . Larkin  10.15  12.38  Vernon  15.-18  13.00 sir.  Okanagan Ldg.  lv  . 15.30  IT. VV. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 11,1916  ates  'Lawn Mowers, $5.-15 to $0.50  GOODS FOR FLY TIM!-:-  Screen -Doors, $ 1.50. $1,150, $ 1.85 and $2.00 each.  l-'lv Swatters, 10c each Screen Windows, 35c and <10c each  Screen Meal Safes, $5.50 each Tennis  Rackets,  from GOc to $0.00  Carpel Sweepers, -s-1.00 each Gallon Ice Chests, $0.00 each  Till-:   RAMBLER   BICYCLE,  absolutely   .guaranteed"   and     made    in  Canada.  Price, $32.00.  Large Assortment of Baseball Mills, Bats, Balls, elc.  ^ Our slock of Oil Stoves. Refrigerators   and  Ice   Cream   Freezers  due in a few days.  Eureka   combined   Garden   Seeders and Cultivators, at $1-1.50 each.  Large  Wheel   Cultivators,  $8,011  it'e aim lo serve ijou in all lines   of   Hardware   al   the  LOWEST  POSSIBLE PRICES.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  G77T COUNCIL SESSION  Mayor Dill and Aldermen Faulkner, Fravel, Johnston and Nichol  were in attendance al Monday  night's meeting of the Cily Council.  After the adoption of the minutes  of the previous meeting, the question of special survey of all properly included in Maps 211, 211 A,  21 IB and 212 was taken up. This  mailer had been laid over from (lie  to write Mr. .laquesl and Mr. Skejie  staling lhal if Ihe same were  granted it would be made in lhe  form of a deduction from lhe water  rate for, the current half-year.  Thc salary of medical ollicer was  fixed at $5 per month, in accord  wilh whal was agreeable to Dr. H.  W. Keith.  A letter was read from the  Union of Canadian Municipalities  forwarding a copy of a petition addressed lo Mis Royal Highness the  year 1915 awaiting definite inslruc-'  - lions from thc Attorney-General's, |)LIj<e 0r Connaughl, Governor-Gcn-  otlice. Mr. G. L. Williams was lircs-! Cral, asking that a national system  enl and explained thai, last yearhe!()r \.^\)QV bureaus be established" in  had given the council a price of Canada, with the request thai the  $175 for a re-survey of .Maps 211,; petition be signed by the municipal  211A and 211B, but that he could , body. The request was complied  nol do the work in compliance wilh! wj|]1#  the instructions from the Attorney-1 tj1c m.,yor reported thai E. Spar-  General for lhat figure and lhal the;,.0NV h;K| spok_n to him aboul hav-  price would have lo be $400 forjing ,, (],..,in i.,;(| (-orm llis pr0pcrly  the four maps. As the necessary in- j 011 Knighl street, which was very  slruclions had been received for; wcl> acr0Ss the street to the main  only Maps 211, 211A and 21113 the; (|,..,illt M^ler |cft in the hands of  council asked a price on these and!A|(! \:rav<.\t chairman of the board  il was finally decided that the worker NVOrics i0 scc what could be done  would be done for $300.   This cost  jn ^ m.,ucr.  is first paid by lhe city and is then! Thc mayov sl|so reported that hc  surcharged lo lhe property within h.1(| jJCCn approached by the presi-  Ihe boundary of the rcsurvey,* ticnl of lhe ioct,| Good Roads Asso-  mcaning a charge of probably $1 cialion wilh reference to support  per lol. Thc purpose of the rcsur-j| r,.om t|lc council for Ihe objects of  vcy is lo make corrections in. lhe|lIlc ass0ciation., It was moved by  maps involved so as lo avoid f"ur-jA1(L |.-aui|4ncr ami Aid. Fravel. thai  ther trouble in the land registry'; lhe clcrk bClinslruclcd to draw up  ollice in connection wilh the rcais-: lr- reSoUilioii in support of lhe asso-  Iralion of papers. iciation,   lo   be   placed   before   lhc  The  temporary  loan   bylaw  and ; council al thc next meeting,  lhe tax levy bylaw were passed the!     T!lc question of water "rate now  second and third readings and duly j charged   for   supplying   lhe   livery  scaled. j stable of E. J. Mack,    fl was con-  An amendment lo the trade li-jsidcrcd that lhe rate of $4 per  cense bylaw, reducing thc license * monih was excessive in view of the  paid by the Okanagan "J'elephonc j snKl|i "number of horses now kept  Company from $40 per year to $25 ��������������������������� ;)l lnc sia|,ieSj alK| the clerk was  passed ils first reading. 'instructed   lo   write  Mr.   Mack   in-  Claims for the cosl of work done j f0,.nijllg hjm Hial the garage owned  in connection with thawing ofj!jv ]liln aiu| ac|j0ining the livery  water pipes on cily streets were i"������������������-1 st'nblu was using waler unlawfully,  ccived from H. P. Jaquest, $3.30; |..s it n.,<| no service from the main  W. R. Barrows, $4.90 and S. O.! jJul (|rcNV j[s supply from lhe  Skjeic, $0.30. The claims of Mr. j livery stable, and that as soon as the  Jaquest and "Mr. Barrows were al-; <r!ir.,g0 was furnished wilh a sepa-  loweil. Thai of Mr. Skjeie was <lis-jnilc service Ihe rale for the livery  allowed as the thawing was done' sl.lblc w0l,hi be reduced to $1.50  on private properly. In lhe mailer ��������������������������� per inonlh.  _of_rehale for period of non-delivery |     (;onsial)le  Bailev  was  instructed  PO UL TR Y MEN'S   OPPOR T UNITY,  From  present  indications  Great  Britain will-require all,the eggs and  poultry Canada can produce during  1910.     Last   year,   as   a   result  of  greatly increased  production, Canada was able to ship to Great Britain the largest quantity of eggs'exported since 1002, and at lhe same  lime reduced her imports for home  consumption nearly a million dozen  Canadian eggs have found favor  on llie British niarkel, and the pros-  peels are that, providing Ihey are  available,   much   larger   quantities  will he shipped this year.   The unusually   high   prices   prevailing   al  lhe present' time are largely due lo  lhis anticipated  export  demand.  Prices for poultry are also'high,  and will likely continue so for the  rest of the season. Last fall and  winter all the surplus Canadian  poultry was exported at highly  profitable prices. Between fifty  and sixty cars of live poultry were  shipped from Western Ontario to  the Eastern Stales alone, and in the  Maritime Provinces, particularly in  Prince Edward Island, thc export  demand for canned ' poultry has  greatly enhanced prices to* producers.  Although some uneasiness has  existed on lhc pari of the trade as  regards, transportation facilities iii  view of the high freight rates and  lhc shortage -of boats, il is now  reasonably certain lhal an even  greater demand for Canadian poui  try and eggs will occur this  Il is important, therefore  every poultry raiser takes steps to  proJit thereby, by hatching as many  chickens as possible this spring.  Now is the time, by hatching  early, by hatching everything possible in the monlh of May, lo guard  against the marketing of so muci*  small, undersized, poorly finished  poultry, which annually becomes a  drug on lhc market in the fall of  the year. Again, il. is only by  hatching now, and giving the  chickens ever possible chance "to  thrive and grow, lhal a maximum  supply of eggs, can be obtained in  tlie winter lime.  Given their proportionate amouni  of attention, the growing of poultry  brings quick and profitable rctruns  io lhe farmer. ! Wilh the increasing  cost   of  meats,   milk,   buller,   etc..  there is a constantly increasing demand   for poultry and  eggs.    The  labor problem i.s nol critical, as the,  boys   and   girls .on   the   farm   can  readily   take   care  of   lhc   poultry.  The cost of feed is nominal, prices  for poultry and eggs are high���������������������������the*  highest, in fact, for many years.   It  is   obvious,    therefore,    that    Canadians have a patriotic, as well as  an   economic  duty   to  perform   in  making  the  year  191(1  the  banner  year    for   poultry   production    in  Canada.  speaking of shoes  every kind for all  How about your  Foot Needs ?  Our Stock is Just Right  Our Prices a.re Equally Right  Our Service is Quite Right  LADIES, you should have  a pair of our Summer Pumps  or Slippers. A profusion  of styles in patent, gun  metal, bronze and , white  canvas. Our stock  plete in every detail.  is. com-  n poui- r  s year. ���������������������������  j,    thai    7  Children's  Department  We care for the little ones'  feet, and carry shoes that  allow for the growth,of the  foot. Incorrect fitting of the  little ones causes a lifetime  of discomfort. We carry  such makes as��������������������������� -  .    CLASSIC     .  McFARLANE.  and so cosy  which you all know  Aen"s $4.50   Special  is still  gaining  favor;   a shoe we  guarantee at the price, equal  in every way to the best shoe  sold  at $5.00.     We  carry  these  shoes   in   Mahogany  brown, black, gun metal and  vici kid; in button, bal. and  blucher.  $4.50 price $4.50  A few Prices of  Boys'and-Youths'  . 'fl  Boys' gun metal calf blucher,  dull top, tony last,  very dressy, all leather,  dull top, tony last, <gg gQ  Boys' Leckie bdot, in box  calf, fancy colored stitching,  a  big   favorite,      (J*^ 75  usually sold at $4.00, for'  Boys' fine velour calf blucher  or button, Goodyear $9 UK  welted; a BEST shoe for <P^>������������������ ��������������������������� O  Prices of youths', sizes 11 to  13, 50c pr. less.  Trade at the Big  Store and get the  Good in the Best  of waler, flic clerlVwas nVslTuelecl-t^i^i^fiy-^r^.-c^Hju-pounti-ijyij,.^  Grocery  Specials  Fresh Stock of Al  Quality  KKLLOGG'S  CONN  FLAKES  3 for 25c  UK AID'S THA  3 lbs for $1.20  BRAID'S   MEAN   BLEND   COFFEE.  3 lbs for $1.00  ORANGES, LEMONS, BANANAS,  IfOc dozen  ���������������������������  LUX,   10c  OLD DUTCH, 10c  CORN STARCH, 10c  77������������������e   Divines!   Heritage  !    We can  begin  none too soon to  icullivale   Ihe   spirit   of   good   will  toward all men.    Never mind what  ! we think of Germany or England or  '. lUissin   or   France   or   Austria���������������������������the  'men and women and children of all  I hese governments are our kilh and  kin, worthy of our love, our reverence, our confidence.    When  "lhe  tumult  and  Ihe shouting dies," wc.  dare predict thai on both sides the  sea   the   human  heart   will   reveal  anew  those   virtues  of  forgiveness  hind friendship lhal are ils divinest  heritage.���������������������������Dumb  Animals.  .JiOjy_i.HI.N_L  Allowed on ihe lake on our properly. Trespassers will bc prosecuted.  E. B. PEEL,  J. Mel). .IAMIESON.  A")ST���������������������������A dark-red Jaeger Sweater,  on road from Armslrong to Enderby. Please leave al oMice of  Armstrong Advertiser or Enderby Press.  DOST���������������������������An 8-year-old bay mare,  branded U on righl foreleg. V.  Doubek, Enderby. nvl-2  FOH sale-  llolslein.  Road.  -Two fresh cows, pari  Lowes,    Mabel   Lake  md-2  ; Advise Saving Old Papers  ;     Paper    prices-    continue   lo   increase owing lo increase in cost of  i certain   raw   materials.     Conlracls  for future delivery are refused and  ! prices  arc  only  made .on   day  of  ! shipment.    So  far prices have advanced from 25 lo 50 per cenl, and  ISO serious is the shortage lhal the  Dominion   government   is  advising  'saving of all old papers.  IF YOU can ride a bicycle and talk  intelligently about a motor lo  drive it, I can oll'cr you a means  of making money. Write Fred.  A. White, (it! View St., Victoria,  H. 0. m-I-l  MATERNITY NURSING. Mrs.West,  Enderbv. iivl-lf  EGGS  FLOWER  10c    15c  >OTS,  25c  W. J. Woods  j Canada's exhibit al ihe San Diego  j exposition is described by one of  j the newspapers of that cily as "a  'triumph: a marvel of clever ar-  | rangciiK'iit, artistic housing and  | comprehensive display."  Special   15 per cenl  discount on  ladies' Oxfords, al Speers'.  Guaranteed   strictly   fresh;  oc per dozen.   Eggs for selling,  (While Leghorns)   50c doz. Mrs.  E. Gray.  FOR  SALE  One team, -weight aboul 1000 lbs;  one buggy in good condi lion; one  delivery wagon; one sel of heavy  democrat harness; one sel of light  single, harness; one set light bob  sleighs; $2!)5 cash, for immediate  sale.  FULTON   HARDWARE   CO.,   Ltd.  Enderby, B.C.  Hudson's Bay Co.  VERNON  ^AJ>ilUwas^i)asse_d byVhc... Doinin-  ion government on May Gth, lo aid  provincial legislation prohibiting  thc  liquor trallic.  Colonel Lowery says "honest  men never fear a truthful and honest edilor."  Heavy Farm Team For Sale  One mare in foal, weight 1350  lbs., 0 years old; one horse, weight  Mf)() lbs,, 5 years old. Broke lo all  kinds of farm work and absolutely  sound. If you want the best, investigate lhis al once. Can be seen  in lown.  A. FULTON, Enderby.  Cheap Buy in Driving Team  Good   saddle   or  also   good   saddle  mare;  horse. Would  make~good driving team. Roth for  $100; separate, $75 for marc; $50  for horse. Am leaving Province and  must sell.       Wm. Kenyon, Mara:  -Jl  PAPERS  The decoration of your  walls is surely.more important than anything else  in the house. You see  more of lhe walls than  anything else, why not  have Ihem satisfactory  and beautiful?  Our new papers are beautiful in color, attractive in  design and appeal to people of good tasle, and the  prices are moderate.  N  O  W  Is lhc time to order your Spring  Suit. Customer's own material  made up. Prices from $15 up. Local agent for Canadian Apparel Co.  Suits lo your measure from $17.50.  Cleaning!' Pressing  and  Repairing.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  White Wyandotte  Hatching Eggs, from pen of selected layers; imported made from  200-egg hen.   $1.00 for 12 eggs.  SOWD FN, Enderby  BEDROOM  PAPERS,  CUT-OUT  BORDERS  Floral Pal terns.  VARNISHED TILES,  and Kitchen.  from  5c up  in  beautiful  for bath room  E  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor  Eggs for Hatching  While AVyandoltes, White Leghorns and Barred Rocks. All from  sound utility strains. $1.25 per  setting of 15. C. G. Bigge, Gain-  ford Ranch, Enderby.


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