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 ^>  Enderby, B. C./May 4, 1916  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  VoL.9; No. 10;   Whole No. 430  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Good morning! Planting something?  Geo.Rands has moved to Vernon.  Decision marks thc man. of  power.  Miss L. L. Smith left for Chase  on Thursday.  God gives every bird its food, but  He makes it hustle for it.  Born���������������������������At Vernon, May 2nd, to  Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Poison, a son.  T. M. Lewis returned from a  business trip to the coast on Friday  Pte. Geo. Mason, from Kamloops,  spent the week-end with his  family.  , The contented man's corn-bread  tastes belter than the fault-finder's  fruit-cake.  It-is expected lhat Rev. and Mrs.  Dow .will return to Enderby -from  California this monlh.  Rev.  Mr.  Henderson  will  speak  in  K.: of P.  Hall  this   (Thursday)  ^evening on  Prohibition.  Mrs. E. J. Mack returned from a  visit of a few1 months to her' home  - in Toronto,_on Sunday.-  "_    When you find a person good at  - making  excuses   you   usually   find  . one  not much  good  for anything  else. V*   ,y - ;    ,  -."** **-"*'"'���������������������������;;   -  Missv Townsend, who has been  visiting Miss Gibbs thc past few  weeks, returned to Victoria on Fn-N  day.  Mrs. A. E. West had the pleasure  of receiving her daughter, Mrs.  Kemp,- and child, of Edmonton,  lhis week, who will spend the early  summer months in Enderby.  All ladies having Red Cross sewing at home are requested to deliver same at the rooms by Tuesday  next, as on that* date il is desired  to ship another case to headquarters.  A good cow will always command a good price regardless of  market conditions. Il pays to go  in for good cows���������������������������it does not pay  lo go in for any other than good  _cows���������������������������whether, to _keep_or_.sclI.   that laugh-provoking comedy, "The  Aera Belle," and Mr. Winter sang  a number of comic songs. The  event was one of the most successful ever given at Mara, and enabled  ihe ladies to realize a neat sum for  the church work.  A   TOWN   PICNIC  A meeting of citizens was held in  the City Hall Tuesday evening- to  consider the advisability of attempting a town celebralion on'  May 24th.    This meeting was sub  CITY COUNCIL SESSION  A special meeting of lhe City  Council was held Monday evening,  present, His Worship the Mayor,  and Aldermen t Johnston, Nichol,  Faulkner and Fravel. The principal business calling the council  together was to hear the complaints  of water users who suffered having their water turned ofT in com-/  pliance with an order recently issued by the city. Of the 240 services, or thereabouts, supplied by  the cily, some 10 or 12 have failed  to pay up arrearages, and instructions were given by the council :x  ���������������������������month ago that unless the sums  in arrear up to June 30, 1915, were  paid within 30 days the services  would be turned oil".; The 30.days  was up on May 1st, and the water  turned off. .... -  V  The case *bf, a tenant illustrates  what lhe city is up against occas-  ionallv^ .in^eajing^vyi111.;the ywater  question. " This tenant had paid  the agent of the owner of the building  six  months', rent  in  advance,  ���������������������������****- /-. '  and included in the monthly rental  was the waler fees of $1.50 per  monlh.   The agent failed to pay the  The only money judiciously  spent is that lhal keeps ourselves in  health of mind and body and that  by investment in productiveness  helps in the progress of the land  and the counlry.  Women  are  the main  power in  sequent   to   another   meeting  held - the campaign for thrift. As leaders  last Thursday evening at which it  was decided to write Salmon Arm,  Armstrong and Kamloops lo learn  if it would be possible to get ball  teams from the first named towns  and ihe military band from Kamloops. At lhe Tuesday evening  meeting a letter was read from the  Major - Wolfenden of thc 172nd  Battalion, staling thai they regretted they could not send their band  to Enderby on that day as they  were'to have a big military day at  Kamloops. Another letter was''received from Salmon' Arm saying it  < i i  would bc impossible to send a  senior team from there as all the  ball players had joined the forces,  but ' intimating that > the intermediate team might be available.  After "considerable discussion it  wasydecided that, owing to the im-.  possibility of getting attractions on  .that "day, it would be inadvisable  to -attempt a town_ celebration," bi.it  ���������������������������it- was tigreed^thatV- as^lhe-'" married-  men of Enderby and-'Armstrong  could put up a. good game of base  ball, the recreation giound should  be turned over to them on lhat day.  Il i.s the general feeling that, the  day should be observed by making  lhe celebration, if-it can be termed  LATEST   WAR   SUMMARY  On the Western fionl Paris re-"  ports the French to have made important gains in Ihe vicinity of  Verdun, where, on thc norlh slope  of Deadman Hill they took German  trenches, along a front of about  three-fifths of a mile, and a depth'  of 500 to (500 yards. The battle of  Verdun goes on seemingly.indifferently, and there is fierce fighting in  the vicinity of Ypres. - It would  Economy and good digestion are sccm lhal lhc VCIT determined and*  aided by never'ealing bread that is | dangerous offensive of the Ger-  not al least 24 hours old. Ten per|mans al Verdun has failed. * Thc  cent of the cost of bread would bcIonl>' ������������������aih l0-,he enem-v for al) lhis  saved by  rigidly adhering to fojsj tremendous'effort .and'consequent  simple practice.  of thc home  they  can  best  foster  economy in  food arid  clothing.  Reduction in meat-eating might  be generally practiced without loss  of strength.  Fewer courses al dinner would  not   mean   any    wearing    on    the  loss of life lies in the fact that il  has delayed the spring drive of thc  Allies.    Their   losses,   though   not  health,  but   less   work "and   more |near,y..so ������������������rcal.as the German, are  saving.  water raie and the tenant was to  be deprived of water service by j SLIbh,_take on the form of a town  and through the neglect oMhe|j)icni6> Wifh a cordial , invitation  owner's   agent.     The   matter   was|extended   lo   an    and   sum|ry   to  Here's a motto that should be  hung up in thc ollice of every premier in Canada, from thc Prime  Minister down: "The' Lord helps  him who helps himself, but lhe  Lord help him who helps himself  while in thc employ of this government."  What threatened to bc a serious  bush" fire was .burning along the  railway track south of the Fortune  Crossing Wednesday afternoon.  Fences were burned for half a mile  or more, and the brisk wind blowing fanned the Haines into the  timber and threatened to sweep a  considerable portion of the hillside.  In the published estimates for  the current year which appeared in  these columns two weeks ago, Ihe  sum of $778 was given as the salary  to he paid the gauge reader who is  employed by the city lo keep a  record of the How of Ashlon creek,  in compliance with a requirement  of thc geological department in  connection With the'eity's application for permanent' water rights.  The linotype toggle toggled once  too often. Instead of $778 the  amount should have read $78.  A very enjoyable evening was  spent at Mara hall last Friday evening when the Mara ladies held a  sale of work in aid of the local  church fund, after which their  Enderby friends assisted Ihem in a  concert  by  giving a  repetition  of  Much money might be saved by  spending less on hobbies.  , Neighbors can benefit eacn olher  by systematically ; combining lo.  buy food in quantities and,sharing  it.  i slill formidable. " These ; losses,  are apparently being made up by  the Russian* troops, now. being  landed iri France.        - ���������������������������   -     *,  A   London   report   says Jhe/re-;.  hellion in Ireland is now practical-,  ly ended. . The  leaders, and. their -  *. Economy-todaKincans. riches in" followers in jhe rebellion jn'JXiblin.,  the 'future.-  "��������������������������� " '"V-'"' ".' have'' surrendered   liriconcliliojiallyV  -The'only ;luxury; thes (Empire can  afford is-victory.;, V    V..  --'..., " ;.  CREAMERY  OPENS  MONDAY  jr~'-       ..      -. "^    i  ' ; -fr.' "S > rf?f I  .���������������������������-,* "'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������iSiy^ii  to   the   military.'authorities:;, ThcV  'situatioh outside,- ol\T)ublin, "while-:���������������������������'  lagtcsp--satisfactory/������������������������������������������������������as'V'in* tlic*:cily;-  itself,. is   improving -.-and,. the . aii-, -  PIM ,   _T . I thorities expect lhal iiVa fcw.days  cnJh^0tenn KSft I!!*" ���������������������������������������������dIwJ" ?" ������������������'' <"mA ^  Monday the 8th of May, for Ihe pur- i,,on in Ireland. -  ,  pose of manufacturing-butter'and j  ice cream. As this is a co-operative) Canadian  Casually List  concern it is impossible, Ihe man-  V."     .  > *������������������-"- ���������������������������*-  V           ��������������������������� L  *   +? si/St  "V    *  * ;&*  t.������������������  * - T  tfifr-S   Ft  7T"r  agcrs say, :Io state exactly, before I .The Jast casualty list issued on  the manufactured article is sold, j Tuesday by the militia, department  how muchrcan be paid to the pa-j brings lhc total Canadian losses so  patched up by the tenant agreeing! "j"     lhc thv  wilh lJS_a' sort 6f  lrons. ^r" tA>ir butter  fat   but as | far reported from the battle at St.  to pay'lo the city the amount o'f the ?��������������������������������������������� i0������������������clhc^    dav     wilh     |us    "T fflS, fan, bxc ���������������������������1"���������������������������C(l ������������������hc-pncc Eloi |o 285Cf mfld    up ���������������������������_ fo,Iows:  ������������������ct   Y������������������bc        .,  t,a>������������������   .^'l    ��������������������������� '!        will not bc less lhan 30c per Ih.    In   Killed,  470:   died   of  wouik  monthly rental for the building un  til the amouni of water 'fees in ar  rears i.s paid.  enough sports thrown  in to .inter  est and afford an opportunity for  the "rooters" to exercjise their vo-  Olher property owners were in jcablu]arv#    Thcrc wiJI probably be  altendancc >A the meeting and pul;raccs   alTangC(|   f0r   the   children,  before the council definite proposi-j wilh suitable cash prizes  lions as to how they would attempt  lo clean up the water rates unpaid.  The question of hospital was dis-  cusscd- aL_so ine=_lengIh,^_buLJio^.ac^  WHY  SAVE���������������������������AND  HOW  lion could be laken as the papers  covering thc property which lhe  city had agreed to lake over from  Mr. Poison had not yet arrived  and the transfer could not b������������������ made  for another week or more. * '  The question of help for a few calculated to be of value ".he world  weeks,in the City Office while lhe lover   and    especially    in    aillicted  =-A���������������������������pamphlot=-has-bccn=-issued-=by=  lhe Parliamantary War Savings  Committee in Britain entitled  "Why Wc Must Save and How."  As il is intended lo illustrate the  possibilities of saving by all classes  there   are   necessarily   many   hints  lax roll i.s being prepared caused  some" discussion among the members as- lo whether the request of  the Clerk should bc granted, and  the amount per hour to be paid.  II was finally moved by Aldermen  Fravel and Johnston that Ihe required -assistant-bc granted for'a  period not lc exceed in all lhc  sum of $200 provided in the estimates for' the year, and that the  rate be 30c an hour.  ds  and  any case Ihe shareholders will get sickness, 201; found dead, 1; miss-  the net proceeds after deducting. ;ng and believed to be dead, 13;  running expenses, which are said, unofficially reported killed, 1;  to be less than those "of any other j missing and believed wounded, 5:  creamery in the interior. Coinmcn-jmjSSing, 111; missing and believed  cing on the 8lh, and on every: prisoner, 1; reported missing, 4;  Thursday and Monday thereafter, j mounded, lflOS; ill, 107; admitted-  cream may be shipped or delivered ' to hospital, 2; suffering from shock  i>Llh^_(M^am^r^_jtt_.the_shjppejlsj23.   -'   Allowed to Retain IIis Sword  expense, those sending by express I  having any express charges, lhal  may bc paid for Ihem deducted  from their cheque. All accounts for! British casualties in lhc lighting  cream will lie paid ,on the 20th of about Mesopotamia during March  each month for cream delivered up !'ntl AnvU reached 20,000, accord-  to and including the loth of the ������������������������������������������������������ to official announcement at  month. | Constantinople. The statement adds    that   among   the   prisoners   taken  CMAVl/;/,LV   PATRIOTIC   FUND   1 willi    the - surrender  -of-   General  Townsend   al   Kul-el-Aniara    were  "For  Love  and  Money"  Under this captivating title chapter fourteen of the "Diamond from,  the Sky" will be shown al lhc  Opera House Friday and Saturday  evenings. Marmaduke Smythe, thc  man.who brings lhc smile in this  exciting drama, will again appear  on the scene. He is in Los Angeles  in search of "John Powell." In  this episode a stage coach, horses  and passengers are dashed to almost certain destruction over a  mountain side.  Nainsooks and Bridal Cloths,  made up ready to embroider, al  Speers'.  countries.   In lhe first place it combats  the  notion  that  tho.;e people  who spend all they make arc neces- T|le Ircasurer of Ihe Canadian I four generals, 240 English ollicers,  sarily benefitting trade. On the; Patriotic Fund acknowledges Ihe and 270 Indian ollicers. "The Tur-  conlrary   those   who   save   wisely j following contributions during the  |cjs|, commander, Halil Pasha," the  G. B. Johnston ..  Geo. Folkard ....  C.  B. Winler  ....  C. P. Ryan     J. McMahon .....  Miss E. M. horsier  A.  Reeve's     Mrs.  Reeves     Miss Laing ......  advantage themselves, their neigh- past month  bors and their country. Spending  money on luxury gives a certain  amount of employment, but nothing like Ihe-.employment that -investment in desirable and necessary articles does. The' best way  lo convey thc meat of lhis useful  and timely pamphlet would seem to  be to summarize its contents:    -  Thrift is a national duty, so that  the.money thus saved may be invested  with  the government.  The more goods wc buy al home  and the more we make and send  abroad the richer lhe con try becomes.  Every dollar borrowed abroad  thai might be obtained al home  means money going out of, lhe  counlry.  By devoting all our energies to  producing things useful and abandoning the purely ornamental and  the luxurious we are helping the  country.  Okanagan Saw Mills, Ltd.. .,$45.00  E.   Harrop    75  1.00  .50  0.00  2700  5.00  .50  4.00  4.00  2.00  report     adds,    "allowed     General  Townsend to keep his sword."  $79.25  Fifteen Millions to C.N.RS  Supplementary estimates totalling .$28,282,081* were tabled in llie  Dominion House Tuesday by Sir  Thomas White, minister of finance.  The.v include provision for a loan  of fifteen million dollars to the C.  N. R. and of eight millions to thc  G. T. R.  General Compulsion Bill  Prmier Asquith declared in the  House of Commons Tuesday aflcr-  iioon lhat a bill will be introduced  this week providing for general  and immediale compulsion.'���������������������������' Mr.  Asquilh told the members oT Hie  House lhal Ihe total naval and military effort of the British Empire-  si nee the beginning of the war  exceeded-0,000,000*men.  A 15c lea will bc held al Ihe residence of Mrs. .Winter, Thursday,  May 11 Hi. 3 lo 0, in aid of the W.A.  Special  15 per cent discount on  ladies' Oxfords, at Speers'.  . You will find a fresh slock of de-  Delicious,   wholesome,   pure   iuejl'cioiis candies at Joe's,  cream   al   Joe's.   Home-mnde   from      Slriped Voiles and  printed  Pon-  hmderby cream. I gee, :it Speers.' THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  ���������������������������Thursday, May.4,1916  PLAIN SPEAKING  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C.  at  $2- per  year,  Walker   Press.  by  the  Adver.isinjf Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, MAY <1,  1916  THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER IS NO QUITTER  The successful farmer is no quitter. Hc may  nol always be an optimist. He may, indeed, indulge in a little psychological depression. In fact,  lie has been known occasional!} to kick about the  weather and the taxes, or tell :ibout the bad roads  over which he has to drive to market. He may  kick about the poor market and low prices for  farm produce. He may tell you that his is the  hardest lot of all; Unit the pig's won't litter right;  the cows don't pay iheir way; the sheep cat the  wool oil* their backs; the hens lay well only when  In a late issue thc Financial Post, ol* Montreal,  spoke plainly ol* war conditions, in the hope, no  doubt ol* bringing lo thc attention of its readers���������������������������  the financiers'" of Canada���������������������������the seriousness of the  situation anil lhe desirability ol* pulling the country and thc empire down to a more systematic  basis as regards Ihe handling of the .war. It  ([notes Bismarck thus, "War is business and  business is war," and in the course of a long  editorial says:  "We feur tlie worst i.s yet abend for us.   "Wc have to  see lhe wur through.   Germany is'olfering peace terms  lo  our allies.    Her inlltience  is  very  greal and   her  propositions are generous.    In view of the agreement  existing among tlie allies the impression prevails, and  i.s voiced  hy tlie newspapers, that such  an arrangement is impossible.    We can learn from usually well  posted sources of information that unless Germany is  soon reduced, it i.s not impossible that nol only Belgium,  bul   Russia,  Japan,   and  Italy,  and   eventually  France, may conclude independent terms,  while we  British  may  have  to  go on  lighting  for years.    The  financial and olher terms which the British Government   made  with  some  of  them���������������������������which   the  censor  forbids   quoting���������������������������shows   how   lillle   sentiment   enters  inlo   international   deals.    No   longer  are  we   Brilish  held in high icspect by our allies.    The mistakes and  appalling   incompetence' of   our   Imperial   political  leaders are common talk among Ihem, and their references to our capacity are not complimentary.    Its  general'management is  lhe greatest problem  of Empire today.    Our taxes in Canada are serious enough  now, but they will be very  much heavier unless the  present cabinet is replaced  by olher men.    The conduct of a war is like thc conduct of an industrial institution,   a   greal   railroad   corporation.     Would   thc  shareholders  in  any  business  institution  entrust Air.  Asquith or Mr.  Balfour wilh its. management.    Then  why do we trust them to handle the greatest business  problem   Ihe   Km pi re   has   ever   encountered?     The  longer they remain there the harder will we have lo  slave to pay the heavy tax of their incompetence."  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  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  Order your winter's supply of wood NOW���������������������������Green Blocks, #1 a load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  WHEN HENS GET WOOZY  When the hens go "hic-adoodlc do" it's time to  look lor thc eggs to begin to drop. For hens that  lake a drop too much or get the drug habit, are  not as a rule incompetent. As a matter oi" fact  thev lay more eggs than hens whose lives have  been so lived that not the slightest breath of.  scandal has ever attached lb them. This is the  statement of Raymond Pearl, biologist at thc  Maine agricultural experiment station, at thc annual convention of the American Philosophical  Society held in Chicago a week or more ago. Mr.  Pearl explained that an effort was made to learn  what effect drugs and rum might have upon  roosters and hens. At first alcohol was placed in  drinking waler, and the coop conventionalists refused absolutely to drink. Then it was decided  lhat bolh ether ancl alcohol should be sprayed  upon  the backward barnyard specimens to sec  the price lor eggs is down; the frost kills the fruit,   K  branch, the worms cat thc vegetables and weeds!how they would act when woozy..In half an hour  and smut choke out the grain.   But hc goes right | an  entire hen  coop  lull of specimens  was  as  on sawing wood every day in the week, and one1 packed as a trunk and as giddy as all outdoors,  week alter another.    Hc doesn't fire his hired      Mr. Pearl staled that when the hens and roos-  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  Enderby  King Edward Hotel, L^mmY  RECRUITS   WANTED  FOR   OVERSEAS *j  JOIN THE OKANAGAN COMPANY  OF THE 172nd BATTALION C. E. F.  "The Cariboo Rangers"  CAPT. P. Dk Lautouh, O.C.,  Box 122, .Vernon, B.C.  Tel. 230 and 3105  Recruiting Office, ul Frank Spencers  Barnard Ave., Vernon, B.C.  GOD SAVE THE KING  man and sell his team because hc has an imprcs  sion  there's going to be too much rain or loo  tcrs were so pickled up that they were cackling  "hic-adoodlc do"   lhe scientists  began  to   take  much drouth"to get a good crop, or because he's notes on their condition and upon whal occurred,  afraid of the Hessian lly, or thc chinch bug or the!They were amazed lo find that lhe hens laid more  grasshopper i.s going to cat it. If the rain keeps eggs lhan they had ever laid before and tliat both  iiiin from plowing the corn lill the weeds get lhe1 hens and roosters fattened up so ':hat is was al-  slarl. he hustles a lillle harder and a few more most a crime to let them Jive. However, those  hour's every dav till he gets the best ol* them, if ( who had imbibed grew lazy and quarrelsome,  Thc'qroYma-bc^  ������������������ .       .   *^ .. " . . .i .��������������������������� i  i        !���������������������������     .      . I    ��������������������������� T?      ..II      ll._.      1        .,..���������������������������..������������������.,!     1..,^..,  .asler speed, keeps the ground constantly stirred * of speaking.    For all the laymen present knew,  on top, and forces the\valer up from, below to | this may prove something.   From a slnclJy non-  feed the roots of his .growing dollars.    He may  kick some, bul, God bless him, he's no quitter.  When animals are sick they slop eating. Man  is the single exception���������������������������and woman. Overeating  has caused and is causing more misery and sickness 111 a n a 11 1h e- bo oz e. e_vcry_i n a n u fa c,l.u rcd...   GENERAL TOWNSEND SURRENDERS  A Constantinople dispatch published under  London dale says lhe vice-chief commander of  lhe Turkish army announces lhal lhe Brilish garrison at Kul-cl-Aniara under General Townsend,  which surrendered unconditionally, numbered  13,.'j(.)() men. The ollicial announcement of the  surrender issued at London i.s as follows:  "After a resistance protracted for WW days and  conducted with a gallantry and fortitude that will  be forever memorable, Major-General Townsend  has been compelled by the final exhaustion of his  supplies lo surrender. Before doing so he destroyed his guns and munitions. The force under  him consisted of 2,970 British Iroops of all ranks  and services and some 0,000 Indian Iroops and  their followers."  scientific point of view, it would seem that too  much booze is no better for a hen than for a 'hie'  REASONABLE COMPROMISE SUGGESTED  ���������������������������V]3ruce,Vin T. P.'s Weekly, suggesls Jliis reas^  onable compromise between lhe Provincial Government and the Prohibitionists: "You'll be  damned if you do and you'll be damned if you  don't,' seems to be Hie position the government is  in now in regard to compensation of the liquor  interests if prohibition is carried at the forthcoming election. The Prohibitionists have uncompromisingly said no to any compensation proposals. Thev will undoubtedly try to defeat Premier  Bowser's government if he inserts a compensation clause in the referendum. The liquor interests declare they will oppose and try to defeat the  government if no compensation clause is inserted.  A very persistent lobby has developed, a serious  schism in lhe government, ranks, and there is a  strong seclion of-thc members who are in favor  of compensation, it is claimed that in caucus  they will be in thc majority. However, it is extremely doubtful if they would go the length of  defeating the government on thc question if Mr.  Bowser insisted on wholly complying with the  wishes of the Prohibitionists. It would seem  thai there is here an opportunity for a fair compromise between the government and thc Prohibitionists. Why not incorporate in thc act a  provision for a commission clothed wilh power  to investigate, lake evidence, adjudicate and re-  forlh in the acl. Such a commission could hear  argument on bolh sides and all cases could be  owers lhe cosl is something over'heard and disposed of probably wilhin a year or  eighteen months after the passage of the act."  Distinctive Productions in Commercial  Printing Mean Larger Profits to you,  Mr__Jlus_nesMian  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Ball Programmes  Butter Wrappers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Invitations  Visiting Cards  War is now costing the nations of Europe  more lhan JjMUHM,()0d a day, according lo the  estimates prepared in a booklet to be issued by  lhe Mechanics and Mela Is National Bank of New  York. Of this enormous total, the principal burden falls upon the entente allies. The bank estimates lhal lhe cost per hour to England, France  and lUissia is approximately* $2,f)00,000, while lo  the Teutonic  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������j; 1,000,000.  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 B*nks of  *  Spallumcheen d*  Thursday, May 4, 1910  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  SE.CRET SOCIETIES  WHEELER  W. M. ,  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Kegular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. 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.   V'isitors'cor-  diiilly invited to attend.  It. E. HARKINS, C C.  G. VV. HUGHES. K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL,  J^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk! Enderby, B.C.  LONG DELAYED AWAKENING  Britain!  Of your  Roused  Of  Our Britain! uprising in the splendor  white wrath at treacheries so vile;  from your sleep, become once more defender  those  high  while!  things which make life  worth life's  M  ISS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  (Certificated Higher. Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil for the past five ycars of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Oxfor., ancl Miss Oberhofl'cr, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte ancl in voice  Production and Musical Thc-ny.  For terms apply to Box 583, Citv.  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. RVSHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  FOR SALE  Now, God be thanked for even such a wakening  From the soft dream of peace in selfish case,  If it but bring about the greal heart-quickening,  Of which are born thc larger liberties.  Ay, better such a rousing up from slumber;  Belter this light for His High Empery;  Better���������������������������e'en though our fair sons without number  Pave wilh their lives the road to victory.  But���������������������������Britain!   Britain!   What if it be written  On thc great scrolls of Him who holds thc ways,  That to the dust thc foe shall not be smitten  Till unto Him wc pledge redeemed days?  Till unto Him wc-lurn���������������������������in deep soul-sorrow,  For all thc past lhal was so stained ancl dim,  For all the present ills���������������������������ancl for a morrow  Founded and built and consecrate to Him.  Take it to heart!   This ordeal has,its meaning;  By no fell chance has such a horror come.  Take it to heart!���������������������������nor count indeed on winning  Until the lesson has come surely home'.'  Take it to heart!���������������������������nor hope to find assuagement  Of this vast woe, until, wilh souls subdued,  Stripped of all less things; in most high engagement,  We seek in Him the One and Only Good.  Not of our own might shall this tribulation  Pass, ancl once more to earth be peace restored,  Nol lill we turn, in solemn consecration, ^  Wholly to Him, our One and Sovereign Lord.  ���������������������������John Oxenham, in London Daily Telegraph.  THE "WRITTEN AND READ" FORCE  I find that I must close out my  Cement. Building _. Block " and  Brick business:in Enderby, aiid  am prepared to dispose of the  following:  One   Building   Lot, . 60x120,  with storehouse and workshed.  , Two Cement Brick Machines,  Building Block Machine,  Veneer Block Machine,  Pier Block Machine,  Moulds for Cemetery Supplies  Any reasonable offer considered. Cash or" terms. For further particulars apply���������������������������  J. S. JOHNSTONE,      Enderby  WILL THE SMALL NATIONS GO DOWN?  Twelve years ago that greal British statesman,  Joseph Chamberlain declared that "thc day of  small nations has passed away; thc day of empires has come." But today's great war is to  prevent, so far as possible, ihe bringing about of  the collapse of the small nations and tliQir merging into empires. Great- Britain has declared  through  her diplomats  that there shall bc  no  free  J. Burt Malctte, writing in Printer and Publisher, of Toronto, gives this bit of advice to merchants: "Some time ago I had lhc good fortune  lo be connected with a certain large retail establishment in Calgary, and was given charge of the  window Iri mining in addition lo my former duties as manager. Directly after assuming control  I determined lo make a lest case of window display when pitted against newspaper advertising  as a direct result producer. So I placed on sale,  agreeable with the buyer, using three of the local  papers, 1,600 yards of fine English and French  cretonnes, with values from $1.25^ to $3.50 lhc  yard, and ran them in al a price of 95c the yard.  Although limes were nol particularly brilliant  from a selling standpoint, wc managed to scrape  even thc remnants oil' the bolls in a single'day's  selling, al a net selling expense of $22.50, a trifle  over 2 per cenl. .  "Now compare lhis record wilh thc following:  It was ncaring Thanksgiving and wc. decided to  make the second and last lesl with' a*staple-  linens for thc table. Much of our slock was purchased far below market, consequently wc were  able lo bunch about six lines in all, selling napkins at $1.95 the dozen; table damask, $1.28 a  yard, and while spreads $2.25 each. We placed  selling slock in excess of $250 in two of our mosl  popular windows, keeping them there for four  days. What result do you imagine was forthcoming?   Gross sales of $35!  "Now consider the cost of selling. Windows,  $3 per' day per window, or $24. The actual loss of  business to other departments through lack of'  newspaper advertising (winch wc had agreed to  discontinue through thc latter lesl, was reckoned  at least $150 per day per section. All this, not to  mention depreciation of goods in windows, etc:  In short, it cost us over 75 per cent to do this  $35 worth of linen business;'not because the  window was not appreciated, bul because a volume of business from this source, unaided by the  greater. 'Written and Read' force was a sheer impossibility.   Wc simply could not get the mes-  NO ALUM  PRINTED (  ; plainly"  *tAGlc  baking  POWDEB  PARAGRAPHS   WITH  A   POINT  again  <������������������  < >  < >  < >  < K  <>  -J >_  <������������������  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables \ \  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good~Rigs~;"Careful Driv-  > ers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  < >  o  o  <���������������������������  <>  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and  Tourists in-!  vited to give us a trial.  HAWK BICYCLES  An up-to-date High Grade  Bicycle lUted with AW/W-C/taiw,  New Defiatlute or Hercules  Coaster Brake and Hubs, Detachable Tires, high grade equipment, including Mud- *nn r������������������  guards, Punip,& Tools 9tt.0U  W FREE 1916 Catalogue,  GO pages of Bicycles, Sundries  and Repair Material. You can  buy your supplies from us at  Wholesale Prices.  T. W. BOYD & SON,  27 Notre Dame St. West.Monlreal.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  Afternoon lea and other light refreshments served at Joe's.  peace, until Belgium and Serbia arc  from the Teutonic yoke, and are permitted again  to lake Aipon themselves the independence they  have lost as a result,of the war. Germany, by the  declaration of the German chancellor, Von Bellini aim-Hollwcg, not only is ready now lo re-establish peace in Europe upon a true: nationalistic  basis but if she brings the .war to a successful result will insist upon reconstruction.upon.such*,ai  basis. Not only shall Belgium be free, ,,but ihe"  Flemings ih Belgium shall be free. Thc Polish',  Lithuanian, Livonian, and other peoples of Europe "must have a chance for free evolution  along .the lines of their mother tongue and  natural individuality."  Robert Hcrrick, writing in lhc Chicago Tribune  on the probable winding up of the Avar, voices  the opinion of thousands'when he says: "Conceivably. the war will gradually relax ils tension,  with fewer bloody slaughters like those of Yprcs  and Verdun, with less expenditure of ammunition  as the national credits become weaker. It will  degenerate into the dreary daily grind of factory  war" in trenches until all men get heartily sick of  the business and- turn on thc leaders who run it.  It will be a sad time for women and children,  wilh increasing poverty and anxiety. But it will  bc a fruitful time, nevertheless, for as never before thc great nations will face ultimate realities,  as private hoards arc exhausted and public  ercd i Is _-sin k .=_The-=nc-w=gencra lion_.wilLcom c_f or^  ward rapidly of men who have become used to  hardship and simplicity and clforl; men and  women who have lived lean, and tried themselves  to the utmost. A-healthier race than thc peaceful generation thai tumbled into thc great war!  on until lhc  financiers and  businessmen who had a hand in its making have  been eliminated from control, until leaders gel  into power who have the new sense ol" realities  created by the war. Thc process of elimination  has been going on ever since the beginning. Thc  first notable reactionary to go was Count Bcrcli-  told, the Austrian prime minister, pliant tool of  Hapsburg and Hohenzollern. The French have  dispensed with Viviani, Delcassc, Millcrand, Gal-  licni, and a number of smaller personalities; thc  English have dropped Winston- Churchill, and  Asquith himself and Grey are less securely seated  than ever before. The Germans in dispensing  with Von Tirpitz have made a large progress-  Iowa rds peace and the new order. Any day we  may sec Bcthmaim-Hollwcg���������������������������him of thc 'scrap  of paper'* fame���������������������������follow his less conservative-colleague, together wilh Von Jagow and Zimmerman, into the outer silence, their places taken by  less intractable statesmen whose hands are not  stained with the guilt of the war. It is not conceivable that any peace could be made between  the Asquith government and the present leaders  of Germany, Iiut it is entirely conceivable thai an  honorable peace might be made between men  who have not themselves been directly responsible for the making of lhc war, who have nol indulged in denunciations of each other, who have  not put themselves on record for this or that intemperate policy. Perhaps this year will witness  the exodus of the old order of statesmen.  "Therefore let lhe great war  diplomatists,  the statesmen,  the  go  sage across. , *  MINING IN BABINE LAKE DISTRICT  J. L. Ruttan returned last Sunday' afternoon  from a trip to lhc southern end of Babinc. lake,  'and told the, Herald representative something of  ihe mining prospects in a district of big promise.  He is interested in the. Sure Shot mining.claim,  which is located JI2 miles from the southern end  of Babinc,lake, on thc'iiorth side.. The claim is  rich in silvciy copper, lead ancl ziiic, and recent,  assays have shown the.material to run as high as  twohundrcd'clollars lo the ton, showing that;it.is  essentially a h'igli grade body,of ore.   The assays  "disclosed ��������������������������� the ��������������������������� fact that "silver "a rid - copper, arc itfc  predominating metals. '-The-lead, which is close  to. ihe shores of Babine lake, has been opened up  in five places in a distance of 1000 feet, and in.the  chlirc length gives every indication of the existence' of a "large body of ore^,  'This news comes at a very opportune lime;  when interest in mining in various parts-of thc  Province show a distinct revival.   Mr. Ruttan has  been much in touch wilh people in Minneapolis  who are anxious lo get into some good propositions,1 and who arc prepared to build a concentrator "if necessary.   The Sure Shot was located,  by Edgar Boiling, one of the best-known prospectors of the North, and he is now carrying on development work at ihe properly.   In lhc vicinity  of  the Sure Shot arc located  other claims  of  great promise, such'as Silver Island and Silver  Fox.    These claims have been proved to be of  great richness,' and it only requires capital for  development purposes for lhis region to bc the  Mr.Rullan brought  Stimulants seldom* hurt a man���������������������������  if.he leaves them alone.  Thc sharper a man is the harder  il i.s to make a tool of him. '  . r>  Greatness   is   never   Ihrust  upon.-,  the man who leads an aimless li'fe.  The sun   is   unselfish  in  that  it.  shines   for  all,   but  stands   in   its ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  own light. ' '  A-stag party  would  bo  a  heap'  more enjoyable if a few dears werev  invited. . --      . "-  VThe lion' niay'be thc king of  beasts but it takes the cow to put it  over the household.  Whether il causes a woman hiorc  pleasure to hear herself praised-or  .another woman run clown is still'a  V  question that has not been settled.  The    cheerful    live    longest    in  ' ,-  years  and   afterwards  in   our  re- "  gards.  "       . .,- .,-' '���������������������������  FOR 'RENT���������������������������Brick    cottage;    six ,'"���������������������������  rooms and surface (brick) cellar'   '  ���������������������������all in good condition and close to  mill.   Apply, Walker Press.       *,.  There are more* people pushing '  ���������������������������  the* developing end of my business _*-;  than any other business in town��������������������������� "  McPrterson." -   ��������������������������� V  -I/i  centre.olVLrJch mhiingcarnjj.  back a lot of fine "looking samples with him.���������������������������  Vanderhoof Herald.   WHO'S DOING THE "KEEPING"  The question has often been asked, somewhat  facetiously perhaps, "do you keep cows, or do  they keep you?"    To many dairymen  lhis I.  ulb  started a train of thought resulting in vastly improved prospects. To come right down to business, why do you keep cows? Surely..it. is .in  order lhat they may contribute handsomely  towards income. If you are already satisfied on  tliat point, well and good; bul, one excellent result of cow testing is the solid fact that it .helps  men lo increase their income considerably. That  is one main objective point reached. Thc same  story is repeated in all provinces in lhe Dominion.  It runs something like this: from a man at Petersburg, Onl., "I have increased fourteen hundred  pounds of milk per cow, and hope lo go up another ���������������������������fifteen hundred," or this, from a man al  Barnston, Que., "My cows average almost two  thousand pounds of milk more thai: two years  ago," or again, from a man al Hagcrsville, Out.,  "My herd is pretty near double in three years by  weeding oul," and once more, from SI. Boniface,  Que., "My seven cows brought in $M5 more this  vear; mv records showed me il paid to care for  Ihem belter." Thc dairy division of the department of agriculture, Ottawa, will gladly send  milk record forms if you write for them.  It is an old custom among rescue parties in  mines to carry a canary or'some other small bird  in a cage in order to get delicate indications of lhc  stale of the air. Small birds, as well as certain  species of mice, are very sensitive lo vitiated or  poisonous air and will droop and sicken before a  human heing is conscious of the change.  1SYN0PSIS OF COALV MINING ? RjECULATIONS %  Coal mining rights of the',D6miri-.v  idriin Aianilbua, Saskatchewan" arid*"-  ���������������������������Alberta*; - the Yukon?.-Terriloryjrihe '  NorthwcstTcrrilories'anda portion"  ofthc Province of British Columbia,  riiay.be leased i'oiVi 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 lo  the Agent of sub-Agent of the clis- -  tricl in which rights applied for arc  situated. , ,  In surveyed territory the land  musl 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 musl.be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will'bo r  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, bul not otherwise.  A i;oyalty shall be paid on lhe mer- . ,  chanlablc output of the mine at the  rate of live cents per ton. {  The  person  operating, thc  mine  shall furnish the Agent-with sworn  returns   accounting   for   the    full  ill!a_nIily.--of -mi-iidianlabJp ���������������������������coal^V.  mined and pay the royally thereon.,  If the coal  mining rights are  not'  operated,  such   returns  should   be  furnished at least once a year.  Thc lease will include thc coal  mining' rights only, but the lessee  may he permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as mav  be considered necessary for thc  working of thc mine, at the rale of  $10 an acre.  For-full information application -  should be made to thc Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ol-  lawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Uiuiulhorizcd publication    f  lhis advprfis'ement will nol he paid  for.���������������������������8357"'  ssYm  V-'-V'S'-l  ">xi^S "���������������������������  ���������������������������rt ,*,  ���������������������������-V-M  A.      ���������������������������'"  ^>h7;  i/T).  Baths in connection  II. HENDRICKSON,  Proprietor  C.  P.  R.  TIMETABLE  Southbound  10.20 lv.  10.53  Northbound  ar. 18.30  17.41  Sicamous  Ma ra  11.00              Grindrod 17.21  11.2*1              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 ar.    Okanagan Ldg. lv. 15.30  H. W. I3RODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby *  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, May 4,1916  All the Latest & Best  ��������������������������� Lawn .Mowers, $5.-15 to  *M).50  GOODS FOR  FLY TIME:  .Screen  Doors, -������������������1.50, $1.(50, $1.85 and $2.00 each. _  l-'lv Swatters, 10c each Screen Windows, .lac and '"0c each  Screen Meat Safes, $5.50 each Tennis, Rackets,  Irom  (>()c to $0.00  Carpel Sweepers, $-1.00 each Gallon Ice Chests, $0.00 each  Till-   RAMBLER   BICYCLE,   absolutely     guaranteed     and     made    in  Canada, Price, $32.00. n       ��������������������������� if      ,  Ltirsje Assortment of Baseball Mills, Bats, Balls, elc.  ,y    KOur stock af Oil Stoves, Refrigerators   and  Ice   Cream   brcezers  due in <i few days. - ' . ������������������������������������������������������,,.,,-������������������        i  Eureka   combined   Garden   Seeders and Cultivators, al $I-l.oO each.  Large  Wheel   Cultivators,  $8.00 . ���������������������������      ��������������������������� " rn.vr(!T  We aim lo serve, ijoir in all lines   of   Hardware   ul   lhe  LOW ESI  POSSIBLE FRIGES.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  The Dear Child  Johnny���������������������������"What language do they  speak in heaven, Billy?  Billy���������������������������It ain't English, 'anyway.  Our new baby is just from heaven  and il can't speak a word of  English.  Rev. Mr. Beatly, of lhe Methodist  Church, has enlisted for active  service.  APPLES I OR THE SOLDIERS  The following letter From J. R.  Seymour, chairman of the Canadian Red Cross Society, to the  Uniled Growers, has lo do wilh Ihe  donations of apples thai left this  Province last fall for Lhe enjoyment of the soldiers in foreign  lands. That lhis generous gift of  fruit was keenly appreciated can  he seen from Mr. Seymour's le'lier,  as well as from excerpt-1* from lhe  Bramshotl, Eng., Weekly Chronicle  which follow it: '  Okanagan    United    Growers,   Ltd.,  Vernon, B.C.  Dear Sir: It gives me greal  pleasure in forwarding you today a  copy of lhc Bramsholt "Weekly  Chronicle just received from England, referring particularly to the  -I7lh Battalion and lhe receipt of  Ihe shipments of apples lhat went  forward  from B. C. lasl fall.  J have received letters from  everv regimen I from b. (!. that was  in England and France at lhal time,  and each and every one of the  Colonials speak in a most appreciative manner of the kindness and  Ihoughll'iilnc'ss of lhe donors.  Yours   truly,    J.   R.   Sisymouh,  Vice-Chairman.  The Weekly Clironiclesviiys:  "This was a magnificent New  Year's gift, and we are at a loss lo  know when the generosity- of our  friends at home will cease. We almost feel embarrassed at the quantities of gifts thai come from lime  to time from those we have left behind. The Canadian Red Cross has  done such a tremendous lot for her  soldiers at the fronl. TliVC.realer  Vancouver organization closed Ihe  vear with a report of 1,083 cases of  goods sent to Toronto and London, ling., amounting in weighl to  no less lhan 80,000 pounds and  valued al $M5,000. This was all  material made up ready lor our  wounded, sick and diseased soldiers in lhe Red Cross hospitals,  besides $30,000 cash sent lo London  for medical and surgical supplies  that could be purchased m London.  Then outside this there are countless numbers of socks that, have  been knilled for the bovs at the  front, and the wonderhil work  done bv the Daughters of the Empire, to say nothing of llie $34,8d<  raised in one dav on the mainland  of B. C. for the li.C. base-hospitals.  "We do indeed thank the generous donors of these apples to us:  Ihe gift was more lhan appreciated  J'o_=__an v. had .not..even .seen.an ap-  ple, let alone tasted one, since *\ve  left home. We are glad  are  able,  through   lhe  Mr. Seymour, to publish a list of  the contributors, and. we know that  all our units which received then-  portion of Ihe gift will unite with  us in giving thanks to one and all.  List of Donors: Vancouver merchants ��������������������������� Greek fruit merchanls,  320 boxes; Vancouver Fruit &  Produce Exchange, 80; King Edward 1-Jighschool scholars, 2; cily  of North Vancouver, 20.  Okanagan Valley ��������������������������� Summerland  and Naramata, 438; Peachland.100;  Penticton, 322; Kelowna, 205; Vernon, 2-10; Armslrong, 8; Enderby,  5; Tappen, 23; Salmon Arm, 00.  Keremeos Valley���������������������������W. N. Armstrong, 10: Rohl. Armstrong, 10; .1.  J. Armslrong, 10 (and three extra  boxes, one for each son);- Alex  Morrison, 10; Wim Ditmar, 10; the  Misses Woodrow,'>5.  Chilliwack Valley ��������������������������� Chilliwack  Citv, 2-1; Fairlicld Island, 7; Rose-  dale, 8; Cash contributed by L.O.L.  L. No. M70, $20; Chilliwack citizens, $10.75; "Rosedale. $1.50; Fairfield   Island,  $5.  Taking the Bull by the Horns  LOST���������������������������A dark-red .laegcr Sweater,  on road from Armstrong to Enderby. Please leave al ollice ot  Armstrong Advertiser or Enderbv Press.  LOST���������������������������An  branded  Doubek,  8-year-old  U on right  Enderby.  bay    mare,  foreleg.    V.  m4-2  FOR SALE���������������������������Two fresh cows, part  Holstein. Lowes, Mabel Lake  Road. nvl-2 ���������������������������  Heavy Farm Team For Sale  One mare in foal, weight 1350  lbs., 0 vears old: one horse, weight  M50 lbs., 5 vears old. Broke lo all  kinds of farm work and absolutely  sound. If vou want the best, investigate this al once.   Can be seen  in town.  A. FULTON, Enderby,  Cheap Buy in Driving Team  Good saddle or driving mare;  also good saddle horse. Would  make good driving team. Both tor  $100; separate, $75 for mare; $o0  for horse. Am leaving Province and  musl sell.       Wm. Kenyon, Mara.  NOTICE  Charles   Groce  In   the   Estate   of  Avert], Deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons having claims upon the    | estate   of   the   late   Charles   Groce  Owing to the poor quality of thc'Avcrv, who died on the 10th day o  an  English citv,  a  March,  1916, are  required  to  send  '       Lillie Jane  Avery,  executrix  ot  milk  supply in  member of the municipal council  arose one day and urged that  august body to "take the bull by the  horns and start a municipa  supply." Which goes thc fellow  from lhe cily one heller who look  the cow by the tail in an ell'ort lo  do the milking.  IE YOU can ride a bicycle and talk  intelligently aboul a motor lo  drive It, I can oiler you a means  of making monev. Write Fred.  A. White, (ill View St., Victoria,  13. C JU'Vl  lo   Lillie .lane  .  said estate, or the undersigned, her  solicitor, on or before the 15th day  of Mav,  1010,  a   full  statement  ol  milk! their claims and  of any securities  held   bv them,  duly verified;   and  that  after thai  dale, thc executrix  will proceed to distribute the-assels.  of the Deceased amongst the parties  entitled thereof, having regard on y  to the claims which have been duly  filed wilh her or her solicitor.  ,   Dated al Enderby this 12th day  of April, A.D. 1910.       '     txto  . A. C SKALING,  Solicitor   for   Lillie  .lane  Avery,  executrix of estate of Charles Groce  Avery, deceased.           MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderbv. m4-tf  HOUSE TO  RENT���������������������������On  Knight St.  Apply, Mrs. C. G. Piper.  OUR GROCERIES TASTE DIFFERENT  Have you tried them?  Out   Prices   are    Unbeatable.  Below are a few Specials:  Ginger Snaps, regular 15c lb., for 10c  French Peas, regular 20c tin, for 15c  8-lb. sacks Rolled Oats, regular 40c sack, lor..35c  Choice Mixed Biscuits, regular 25c lb., lor  Navel Oranges, regular 50c doz., for '.  Lemons, regular 30c doz., for 25c  Old Dutch Cleanser, regular 10c tin, 3 for... .25c  Dog Biscuits, regular $1 sack, for   Choice Tea, regular 50c lb., for'   Raspberries, regular 25c tin, for   Tomatoes, regular 15c tin, for   Corn Starch, regular 15c pkt., for ..."...  Plum and Peach Jam, regular 50c tin, for  Soda Biscuits, regular 30c lin, for '. 24c  Sunlight soap, regular 4 for 25c, 5 for 25c  Rice, regular 8c lb., for    Corn Flakes,.regular 10c, three,for  Golden Wax Beans,  20c  40c  .80c  .40c  .20c  .10c  .10c  .35c  regular 15c tin  500 Sacks No. 1 Bread  Flour, Regular $2.00 for (t |   0C  We pay carriage. on all orders  for Dry Goods when cash accompanies the order, and on all  Grocery orders amounting to  $10.00 and upwards, excepting  Flour, Sugar and Feed.  Mail  * * YOUR  ORDERS.  f HEY WILi  flECLIVE  OUR.  PROMPT  ATTENTION 1  ~^  Hudson's Bay Co,  lhat   Ave  courtesy  of  Grocery  Specials  ion aixdTtirift  CANADA'S CALL  FOR SERVICE AT HOME  Produce More and Save More  Fresh Stock of Al  Quality  KI-LLOGG'S  CORN  Ff.AKKS  3 for 25c  BRAID'S TEA  3 lbs for $1.20  HMAID'S   IJI2AN   BLEND   COFFEF.  3 lbs for $1.00  ORANGES, M2MONS, BANANAS,  Lfic dozen  LUX,   10c  OLD DUTCH, 10c  CORN STARCH, 10c  FLOW EH  10c    15c  >OTS,  25c  W. J. Woods  The Empire needs food. If you are not in the fighting line you may be in the producing line. Labour  is limited���������������������������all the more reason to do more than ever  j--.���������������������������.before���������������������������Grow-food.for-the-men.-who-are-fighting.-for-you. The Allies need-all the food that  you can produce. Every little helps. You are responsible for your own work. If you  cannot produce as much as you would like, produce all you can. Work with the right  spirit. Put fighting energy into your effort and produce now when it counts. The more  you produce the more you can save.    Producing and saving are war-service.  ke Your Labour Efficient  In war-time do not waste time and energy on unimportant and unprofitable work. Economize labour.  Put off unproductive work till aftervthe war, and, if  possible, help in producing something needed now. Let us not waste labour. Canada  needs it all. If possible help to feed the Allies. Make your backyard a productive garden.  Cultivate it with a will.    Make your labour count for as much as possible.  Do Not Waste Materials  There should be no waste in war-time. Canada could  pay the annual interest on her war expenditure out  of what we waste on our farms, in our factories, in  our homes. , Every pound of food saved from waste is as good as a pound of increased  production. The way for a nation to save is for every individual to save. France is strong  to-day because of thrift in time of peace. The men and women of Great Britain are not  only " doing " but are learning to " do without."  Spend Your Money Wisely  finance the war.  better investment  Practise economy in the home by eliminating luxuries.    Wasting our dollars here weakens our strength  at the  Front.     Your savings   will help Canada to  Save your money for the next Dominion War issue.    There can be no  THE   GOVERNMENT   OF ^CANADA  THE   DEPARTMENT  OF AGRICULTURE  THE  DEPARTMENT OF  FINANCE  tj.->*mt-xm;. .r.t* t*t  WALL  PAPERS  The decoration of your  walls Lsv surely more important than anything else  in the house. You see  more of the walls than  anything else, why not  have     them     satisfactory  -and-beau I i fuL? ^  Our new papers arc beau  tiful in color, attractive in  design and appeal to people of good taste, and the  prices are moderate.  BEDROOM  PAPERS,   from  5c  up  "CUT-OUT  BORDERS   in  beautiful  "Floral'Patterns'."  VARNISHED TILESr for bathroom  and Kitchen.  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor  Eggs for Hatching  While Wyandottes, White Leghorns and Barred Rocks. All from  sound utility strains. $1.25 per  setting of 15. C. G. Bigge, Gain-  ford Ranch, Enderby.  i  White Wyandotte  Hatching Eggs, from pen of selected   layers;   imported   maje   from  2(J0-cgg 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.


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