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 0  Enderby, B. C., June 1, 1916  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol". 9; No. 14;   Whole No. 484  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  ������������������  Mrs. Stout,- of Rossland, is visiting Mrs. J. A. Dow.  Miss Gibbs i.s enjoying a holiday  at Summerland.  Mr. W. J. Lemke returned from  the coast cities Wednesday, where  he spent a week or ten days.  Mara children are in quarantine  at their homes and the school is  closed on account of measles.  Miss A. Smith, who recently left  for Victoria with Mrs. Ilenniker/,  returned to Enderby this week.  Vernon's tax rate is 30 mills, on  the full assessed value of the land  and 4() per cent on improvements.  Wm. Lowes has rented his.ranch  on Mabel Lake road and left the  past week- for Red Deer, Alta., to  reside. -    .  Isaac Harris recently received a  cheque for .$25 from the Indian  Department for the besl kept'farm  in   the  Okanagan   Indian   Agency.  The* people  of  Vernon   are  endeavoring to induce  the C.P.R. to  build a spur from .Vernon to -Long  "Lake,*-a'distance of two-miles or  niore''- -  ' .  A hail'storm of .considerable seven tyrpeppered' Mabel "Lake Valley  ,Monday   afternoon.    ;It   was   particularly sheavy in  the vicinity of  the Cooke ranches.  On May 15th thc local Red Cross  Society sent a box to-headquarters  containing.'27 pairs woolen socks,  12 pairs pajamas, IS hospital night  shirts ancl 9 night shirts.  Mr. F. Walter Hughes, principal  of the Fortune school the past year,  has tendered his resignation, to  take elfect wilh the closing of the  school for the summer holidays.  All Enderby stores will close all  day Saturday next, June 3rd���������������������������the  King's birthday. There will be no  half-holiday today (Thursday) and  on Friday evening the stores will  remain open until a late hour to ac-  ^Gommodate-^customers. ���������������������������=���������������������������=-  The first logs of lhe six million  drive coming down lhe river for  the Okanagan Saw Mills will shoot  the falls this week, and Mr. Faulkner, who is superintending the  drive, says if you want lo see an  inlcycsting sight lake a run up.  It is said by those who have  been there that the mountain sides  in the vicinity of Sugar Lake are  still buried deep in snow, and it i.s  predicted that there will be Hoods  ~ along the river lowlands wilh the  first week or two of hot weather.  The ladies of the Enderby Tobacco Fund ask: "Will the committee of thc basket ball club please  accept Ihe grateful .thanks, of this  Fund for the sum of $4.05 received,  as part proceeds from the dance  given at the Drill Hall on May 24?"  Next Saturday a farmer's picnic  will be held al: the .Matheson Grove,  , Hullcar. This will be a good opportunity to talk "Good Roads,"  and the farmers-���������������������������who are.most interested in good roads���������������������������intend to  make the mosl of the opportunity.  Mr. Frank Winter, a well-known  pioneer -of the Armstrong district,  lies at thc point of death at his  home, suffering a relapse after a  serious attack of typhoid fever.  His old-time friends are hoping  .against hope that hc may yet survive, though his life now hangs on  a very slender string.  As "thc days grow warmer you  will think of those refreshing ice  cream sodas at Joe's.  Tbe basket ball club dance last  Wednesday evening realized $29.  After all expenses were paid the  club turned over to the Red Cross  and Tobacco Funds $4 to each.  An American tournament will bc  held at the tennis court on Saturday, play to commence at 2 o'clock.  "It is hoped," the secretary writes,  "that all intending to join the club,  will take part,"  "The 54th is very well and quite  happy," writes Capt. Cameron  from Bramshott. Hc also says lhat  "Jack" Warwick is there, a sergeant in "13" company- of the 72nd  ���������������������������"a splendid regiment."  Thc secretary of the Red Cross  Society  requests  all   those  haying  any wool left over from socks knitting to kindly return same.    It is  also the desire of thc ladies to publicly ackno*\yledge receipt of $4.00  from the basket ball club, and to  thank the committee for the contribution.  *A.':J. Conn was in. from Trinity  Valley  this  week. / He   says-they  have had an abundance, of r.a in/in  that favored vicinity and crops are  looking fine.   .The Trinity Valley-  Enderby   road- is  in   much* better  condition this' seasbn'th'an' heretofore and the farmers there are disposed to work up a closer connection with'Enderby business houses.  Frank  Hawes,  who  has  been  a  resident on a homestead on Mabel  Lake  road  for several  years,  and  but  recently  erected   a   handsome  2-story  residence  on   the  place  to  take the place of a similar house  burned down last fall, received a  surprise this week in the shape of  a   notice  from   thc  land   oflice  at  Kamloops   warning   him   to  show  cause . why his  ownership  of  the  properly should   not   bc   cancelled  on the grounds of insufficiency of  improvements.    Those   land   oflice  fellows must like to joke a fellow.  A PROVINCIAL HOLIDA Y  -C^N^Rr-OSFIGIAES-IlERE-  Messrs. McCloud, White and  McDonald, chief heads of the construction department of the C.N.R.,  were in the Valley this week taking  a final look over the proposed railway route from Kamloops lo the  proposed terminus at Kelowna. At  Kelowna, Vernon and Armstrong  these gentlemen were met by the  businessmen and larger shippers of  the Valley and the proposed route  discussed wilh a view of placing as  much information before Ihem as  possible in order to aid them in  placing tonnage facts before the  directors at the final meeting before it i.s definitely decided to proceed with thc construction of'the  road. It is understood that work  will start as soon as the bonds  backed by the Government are sold  and the cash is available.  Enderby had no representative  al the meeting at Armstrong, but  important facts relating lo the shipments from this section were put  before the ollicials by Mr. I7. Hassard, and thc promise was given  that these figures would bc further  looked into when the final steps  are taken for the road's construction.  Editor Enderby Press: Dear Sir:  1 was glad lo see the paragraph in  your 'last issue referring to the  statement recently made by , the  Premier to the effect that the operation of lhe proposed compulsory  half-holiday Act is to bc restricted  to the three large cities of the coast.  I think if Mr. Bowser adheres to  this idea he -will miss a splendid  opportunity of doing good service  to the people at large. He gives as  the reason for this restriction the  fact thai there arc ho great number  of clerks in the smaller places.  With all respect lo -our good Premier I wish to point out that this is  entirely beyond the mark. Other  people must be considered besides  the' clerks.  One of the great  needs of tliis  growing . young  -country, 'where  there is so much work lo be done,  and ���������������������������   wherc,'   consequently,     the  minds  of  the people  are bent so  unremittingly "oh- material   things,-  there is a very great-need for." the  development of social intercourse,  and a compulsory half-holiday for  mercantile  people/ on - a   uniform  clay  through6������������������r/fhe"'Province,v';es-  pecially if that, day were Saturday,  when the schools, banks and public  offices are already-closed, would be  the foundation 'for such a development.. During the summer months,  al any rate, men working in manufacturing    establishments -  would  doubtless  arrange  wilh  their  employers to work an extra hour per  day on other days of" the week so  as to bc free on the Saturday afternoon    also/  and,    together,    there  would be so large a proportion of  our people free on lhal afternoon  as    to   produce   a    very   palpable  "holiday feeling," which would result in farmers ancl others also being  drawn   in   and   the  afternoon  being made a general lime of rec-  reation___and. _���������������������������social pleasure.  Whal is wan I eel i.s for the law lo  settle the maltcr^over the heads of  all, and everybody would soon fall  in line and rejoice at ihe benefits!  which so beneficent a law would  confer on thc community.  Wrllwisiirr.  THE   INDIAN  PHILIP   CASE  Forly-ftve   Ycars  a Newspaperman  Mr. ancl Mrs. Frank Dill enjoyed  a few clays' visit from Mr. Wm. P.  Hughes, father -of Mrs. Dill, this  week. Mr. Hughes publishes lhc  Norlhport News, starlet! by him 24  years ago. Norlhport is the smeller  town at the border, where all the  millions of wealth coming from thc  Rossjand camp in years past has  been laken from the crude ore.  His was thc first- newspaper at  Norlhport. He has seen the ups  and downs that are the lot of every  pioneer printer, but today has a  nice little home on Easy street, for,  in addition' to being a newspaper  man rolling in wealth (assail are),,  he is also U. S. Land Commissioner  at' "that'point! VAIr.' Hughes -greatly  enjoyed.-the country about Enderby  and thinks" we have a . delightful  Valley to' live' in. y    y '    -:     "    .y  A7eiu World's Running Record  A phone message from Mr. Hamilton     Lang,     superintendent,    of  ! roads, clears up some points in connection with lhe Indian Philip case  referred  lo  in  these  columns  lasl  week.   Indian Philip told the Press  that  the arrangement filtered into  with him by which he was Jo get  free water scryed on his place from  the city of Enderby watermain was  entered   into  in  April,  1915.    Mr..  Baxter,   road   foreman,  .who   was  commissioned to take the matter up  with  Philip, says negotiations did  not  commence until  August,* 1915,  and Superintendent Lang says the '  final " arrangement   was   not   concluded   until   Sept.   _lh.     By   this,  arrangement Philip was to have-the  water put on his place, and to have  the  Mabel  Lake  road  line  of' his ,  property fenced with wire, and the"  road  given by Pftilip  through his :  place fenced on both sides. 'In,ad-,  diliqn Philip was to be'ypajd-thc :  price, slated-.by   him   for .digging/  the/postholes- arid'" for 'fcricey'posis.-'1  The - new.  road;.:"through/Philip's .  properly has been/fenced;' the line  fence *on Mabel' Lake road.has. not':  been   fenced. Jb.Qcause,"--_Mr,..yLang  says', Philip has not'dii'g the'post-  holes   far  enough   back   from   the  road centre, nor has he put on the  ground the proper fence posts.- Oil',  ���������������������������'."-  \ i.-t-^-irl  * ->,  "Wtl  l.-te.  -v? 's ������������������.������������������?vit|  ->:i  I-^.vryM  "S*   rJ  #.Y  **'"  ~7<-S">-#  -,  ���������������������������^v^^  ���������������������������   The   other   day   on   an   Eastern  American    track,    Norman    Tabcr  ran the fastest mile' ever made by j the other hand Philip is demanding  man.    He made a new mile record'that hc be paid  for postholes du  for thc world, his official-time being 4.12 minutes 2-5 seconds. Thc  former record-was 4 minutes 12 3-5  seconds, and was made 29 years  ago by W. G. George.  Running  High  by him in April, 1915, before Ihe  arrangement was entered inio wilh  Philip for lhe road righl-of-way,  The question <of waler service is  now in the hands of the Indian Department, and when thc order-in-  council'is-given, the water connection will bc made. When Philip  Tn   moving   thc   recent   vole   of j tMgs, l]ic posl ho]es an(i p|.ices lhc  credit for ������������������300,000,000, Premier As-; fcnce posls .,cccp|a|,|e t0 the road  quilh commented on lhc fact thatj (|cp;irtmCnfon the Mabel Lake road  this was lhe eleventh vote since'Jine> nc wiI] |)c pajd foi. ||,c Work  the beginning or the war and lhcjaiu| ,he poslS- [n Hie meantime thc  second for thc current financial roa(, u^ugh t|ic Philip is in use.  y._aj:._=_I_j e^totaj^gran I cc LLbis_=yea_,_  Friends  teachers  <jo.    _  would  ..exchange    visits, ihe  added,  was ������������������000,000.000,  mak-  and   children  would arrange games on the recreation  grounds while their mothers would  sit in the shade with their needlework or nursing lhe baby, fathers  would lie on the grass and smoke  Iheir pipes; there would be motoring, picnicking, fishing.crickel. Idl  ing a grand total of ������������������2.382,000,000.  KILLED IN FRANCE  Mrs. Alex. Dale received a telegram this week from Ottawa saying  thai  her only brother,  Pte.  "������������������m\v,(Iijm   ^^   lin(||M.sllin(|   why  Ellis,  had  died  a hero's death  on .  (In the treatment*of this case, lhc  Press writer did nol intend to reflect upon the road department or  any individual connected therewith. The purpose was to show  i'lhe view of the Indian toward lhe  whiteman���������������������������as   a   whole.    Thc   In-  he  ni.s, etc., and everybody would bcjihc    battlefield   of   France,   being  rested   and   refreshed, - lhe   benefit; killed in action on May 20th  should  The whist drive given Tuesday evening in aid of the Cottage Hospital was  a great success, the affair netting the  fund something over #140.  Just a  few nice shapes left, in  summer hals, at Specs'.  being   greatly   enhanced    hy  thc  knowledge that thc next day was  Sunday, and lhal therefore Ihey  had nol lo be on duty at the usual  hour. People would get belter acquainted, peace and harmony  would be promoted, ideas *. exchanged, views of life widened,  and a thousand other good results  attained. ,  Anyone wilh a little imagination  can easily see what very great  good could come from such a holiday. Only, lo secure the full benefit it must be on Saturday, and, lo  make it a success even in a limited  measure, il musl he on a uniform  day throughout the Province.- Local  selection of thc day would lead to  controversy and dillicully. All thc  merchanls, if Iheir personal preference were expressed, would be in  favor of Saturday, but they would  never agree on lhal day if a few  of Iheir unprogrcssive farmer customers, from sheer habit and inability to take lhe larger view, opposed the closing of the stores on  the day they had always been accustomed   lo   do'  their   shopping.'  No,  particulars were given.  lave lo wait a year Tor-thc -  waler service promised him as  payment for the roadway concession given by him while the while-  Owing lo the requirements of!'"11 ''<>'-thwith lakes thc conces-  coal mining and pulp companies in *������������������<>" il,1(l P'weecl.s lo use it the day  Nova Scotia, Alberta and Mrilishj"1* lh/' ���������������������������e\<, arte.' M >s ������������������jvc'h_ U  Columbia/an Ottawa dispatch says  it has been decided lo release'approximately 1000 aliens inlerned  at that point.  may he Ihe fault of Ihe red tape in  Ihe Indian Department; it may be  a dozen things; but the fact remains, the waler service was  promised and agreed upon; lhe  road was given and is in use; the  cily. of .Enderby agreed to give the  water 411. compliance wilh thc road  department's request months ago.  But the Indian hasn't been given  A bill was passed in the House of'the waler connection.    And,  right  Robert Louis Stevenson once  wrote, "Thc man who cannol forgive any .mortal thing is a green  hand in life."  Commons Monday extending the  life of lhe Canadian Parliament for  one year.  Don't forget the combination and  2-picce summer underwear for  ladies and children, al Speers'.  You will miss one of the mosl interesting chapters of the Diamond  from the Sky serial if you do not  see  lhat  to he shown  Friday an<"  or wrong, he thinks the whiteman  has put andlher one over him.���������������������������Ed.  Press.)  A lire on lhc water fronl of Vancouver destroyed half a million  dollars' worlh of property last Saturday night.  New   Edison   music   al   the   Enderbv Music, Store.    Call and hear  Saturday of lhis week in the Opera   lh*   ,:ilt!st n,,(1 besl>  House.   In this chapter Arthur and >    list her are finally brought together,       . r   ,,.,,   ,.     ,  .,  ,   ,   ���������������������������   ,  after the long and  perilous search     -,1,mes J- I,m> the ���������������������������'���������������������������"il  ������������������'������������������������������������-  undertaken   bv   the   heroine. nate, died at St. Paul on Monday. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, June 1, 1916  ���������������������������The.water wagon  is no panacea;  the other day a  man fell off and  broke his leg  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday tit    Enderby,   B. C. sit  $2   per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising  Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion. 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertisinR. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY,   JUNE 1, 191G  a lion day the list of candidates will be telegraphed and the soldiers will have from that time  on until election day to vote. In connection with  thc refcrendums Ihcy will have until thc end of  the year lo murk their ballot. All soldiers in  uniform.may vole, so long as they arc from Brilish Columbia, whether they lire on the voters'  list or nol.  Another important'measure which thc Government brought forward was an amendment lo  lhe Provincial Elections Acl. The chief feature  of this amendment is the provision that the presiding ollicer at each poll shall require every elector applying for a ballot lo sign his name, address aud occupalion iu a signature book. This  il is believed will pul an effective slop to plugging  as lhe reluming ollicers will be .able lo compare  'these" signatures wilh those on lhe applications  lo gel on lhe voters' list. Power is given in.lhc  amendment lo lhc returning ollicer or deputy returning ollicer lo arrest any person al the poll  who arouses a suspicion that he is about lo impersonate an elector or deceased elector. Thc  bill provides lhal lhc elections this year shall take  place 12 days aflcr thc formal nominations. This  il is presumed is in order to give thc soldiers at  the front lime lo cast their ballot prior to election  day. In lhe pasl lhc period has only been two  weeks.  OKANAGAN UNITED GROWERS  According lo thc 1915 report of the Okanagan  Uniled Growers, 1,530 cars of fruil and vegetables  were shipped oul, lhc proceeds from which  amounted lo $800,000. Apples led in "lhc shipments, amounting in all lo 300,000 boxes. Forty-  five thousand crates of peaches were handled,  35,000 boxes of crabs, 30,000 crates of apricots,  and 8,000 crates of plums and prunes. In vegetables the shipments were: 180 Ions cabbage, 25  Ions beds, 05 tons celery, 2,500 Ions onions, 2,000  Ions potatoes,'and 135 tons tomatoes. In addition  1,000 cars of hay were disposed of.  As buying agents for its various a(Tilialcd  unions, the Uniled Growers placed more lhan 00  cars of feed, Hour and seed in lhe Valley. The  operating expenses were less lhan $40,000, or well  under 5 per cent. Three per cent of the gross  sales is retained by the organization to help  cover operating expenses and to build up a reserve.   This reserve now amounts to $20,000.  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  , _ j_ __  per load  Order your winter's supply of wood NOW-Green Blocks, $1 a load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  Our GROCERIES  VARIOUS HALF-HOLIDAYS  are always  fresh and  prices low  Oranges. Lemons and Bananas,      -      -      - $0c dozen  Currants,       -      -     2 pkts 35c   Sultan Raisins,     - 2 pkts 35c  Corn & Laundry Starches, 10c pkt   Raisins,       -      - . 2 pkts 25c  Special for FRIDAY, 3 cans Dutch Cleanser,    - -    -    Z5c  TEECE & SON,    affig^By  It would appear that the Provincial Government does nol think lhat Brilish Columbia is yel  ready for a Provincial half-holiday. Its half-holiday bill simply provides for a half day oil' for  clerks and storekeepers. II does not sel any day.  Al the coast cities a vote is lo bc laken to decide  whal day will b������������������,observed in those cities. This  vole is to be taken on June 14th. Thc law will go  inlo force on July 1st lhis year. In the interior  towns, provision is made for thc employers and  employees lo settle between themselves whal day  they will observe, until January next. At lhat  lime the electors at the municipal elections will  decide whal day they wish as a half-holiday, the  same to go into elf eel on February 1st. Jn lhe  unorganized districts of the Province Ihe half-  holiday will be on lhe day .fixed by thc liculenant-  govcrnor-in-council after due enquiries are made  inlo lhe needs of each particular section. Thai is  to say, for example, Saturday might be selected  for one town and Thursday for anther.  The position laken by the Government is that  in view of the'controversy which has been raised  as lo lhe day lo be. selected, lhe people involved  ^shoukl^in^eaciuilis-lrict-select  lhe..half  holiday  Ihey wish.   This, it is thought, will work no injustice upon  any one seclion or trade such  as  might come if lhe Government arbitrarily chose  a certain day.   Willi the new law the position of  lhe Province remains lillle belter lhan il was before the law was enacted.   II would seem that the  Province as a whole has not yel reached Ihe. point  of making a  Provincial  half-holiday.    The  law  now enacted goes no farther than making a half-  ~holiday^ ilVTaclr Weekcompulsory.���������������������������The-same  controversy as lo the day lo be selected will slill  go on, and wilh one lown holding Thursday and  'another Saturday, or Wednesday, there will slill  be lhe inconveniences now experienced.  If the experience ol" olher countries counts Tor  anything, the half-holiday can never be made a  success as a Provincial alfair until all can decide  upon one day. And, wilh lhe schools, aud banks,  and all public ollices now observing Saturday and  Saturday afternoon, the week-end half-holiday  would seem lo be the only one in which there  could be any holiday spirit put inlo il. Various  half-holidays lo suit various communities cannol  well bring 'anything else than confusion.  CREAMERY  GOING STRONG  The Northern Okanagan Creamery, at Armstrong has been operating three weeks. Mr. Roy  Gilman, as manager, has proven a firsl-class man  and a butlermakcr of thc highest rank. Thc product of lhc creamery is now being handled by  the Growers' Union at Armslrong, and lhc demand for lhe butler is increasing each week, lhc  farmers are giving lhe creamery Iheir loyal support. On Ihe opening day only fifteen shipped  cream, and today more lhan 70 arc shipping, with  many more expected as soon as they can get free  from supplying private customers with buller.  The first cream cheques were paid out last week,  some of the shippers receiving from $20 to $3b  for cream delivered on three days.  VERNON CAMP SOON TO OFEN  Thc central mobilization camp at Vernon will  be reopened on June 5th. This is lhc final announcement made to the coast press by Col. J.  Duff Sluarl, D. O. C. Thc Western Irish Battalion  is sending an advance party from thc coast this  week They will be followed by the I58lh Duke  f ConnauglTfroWhTlltcn 31 sHnftMi^nd-irrlhe  ������������������       - .... ,-..-.���������������������������   .  I /IT .     I     .....   ..\ ,..wl 111/-.  Auction Sale!  A will hold an Auction Sale in the City of Enderby on  Thursday, June 15th  All parties having goods and cattle for sale will please list same  with me not later than . 8th of June so that bills can be got out.  C. CREED, Acctioneer, 'rr*  King  A name that stands for the best.in hotel service  King Edward Hotel,  P. H. MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  Distinctive Productions in Commercial  Printing Mean Larger Profits to you,  Mr. Businessman  order named. The 225lh (Kootenay), and thc  231 si Seaforlhs of Vancouver will join lhe olher  mainland Iroops in thc Okanagan when Iheir  full establishments have been secured. Colonel  Gregory, brigadier ol" one of thc eastern forces  mobilized at Pctawawa, has been appointed commandant of lhc Vernon camp.  CONSCRIPTIONVNOT NEEDED  Is lhere any nvxxd for conscription in Canada,  asks an exchange. Already we have raised an  army of 325,000 men. Two ycars ago this would  have been regarded as an impossible achievement. Kven now we do nol quile.know how it  was accomplished. During lhc lasl four monlhs  more lhan 100,000 recruits have been obtained  and Canadian soldiers are crossing lhc sea by  lens of thousands.  THE ONLY  WAY  IMPORTANT MEASURES  The soldiers' vote bill was introduced in thc  Provincial Mouse lhe pasl week. It specifies lhat  every soldier from British Columbia who has resided in lhe Province for six months prior lo enlistment shall have a vote, his vole, being registered for the riding in which he resided during  llie lasl monlh prior lo enlistment. The attorney-  general shall appoint a presiding ollicer for a poll  al each military camp in lhe United Kingdom and  at each hospital, and il" practicable also al each  poll lhat may be established al lhe front, in  Prance, Belgium or elsewhere. In short all B. C.  soldiers on duly, no mailer where they are. will  have a vote at Ihe next elections.    Upon nomin-  All goals delight lo take a bile  Of posters on the fence.  Both nighl and day they chew away  Willi appetites immense.  And then again lhc. merry rain  Will posters wash away.  You can'l ensure, that's true for sure  How long the sheets will slay.  So all wise guys���������������������������Ihcy advertise  in papers, so Ihey do���������������������������  Where rain cannol hurl it a bit  Or goals break in and chew.  Subscribe for the Press and keep posted on  local events. We need your support, and are  trying lo merit it.  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Endurby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K.of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  II. E. HARKINS, C. C.  G. W. HUGHES, K.R.S.  R. J. COLTART, M.F.  Hall suitable forConuerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc, address,  P. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  THE BOWSER PORHIBITION ACT  on thc ground of military necessity, of which thc  violator would bc thc sole judge. Manifestly a  neutral nation cannot permit ils rights on the  high seas lo bc determined by belligerents, or lhc  exercise of-those rights lo bc permitted or denied  arbitrarily by thc government of a warring nalion.   The rights of neutrals arc as sacred as the.  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B,C.  It is said by those who know lhat Premier  Bowser has framed lhe best liquor act in thc  Dominion. A feature of this prohibition measure  which sets il apart from other similar measures  in the Dominion, is that there are strict penalties  for infractions. Anyone keeping liquor for sale rights of belligerents and must bc as strictly ob-  conlrary lo.lhc provisions of lhc" bill will receive i served."  from six lo twelve months imprisonment, ll isj Lord Robert Cecil, commenting on the charges  said lhal lhere is no option of a fine. In the. case contained in lhc American note, after reviewing  of a corporation the line is sel al one thousand whal had been found in lhc mails said: "Wc have  dollars. In cases where lhc provincial police lake already made clear that we maintain an absolute  action and obtain convictions the fines for all in- right   lo   take   mails    from   steamers   passing  GIL LETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  M  ISS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil for the past live years of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Ox for., and Miss Oberhofler, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte and in voice  Production ancl Musical Thc-ay.  For terms apply lo Box 583, City.  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  < >  x>.  < ���������������������������  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables *  < >  < >  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  .Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  .   Land-seekers and Tourists in-,'  vited to give us a trial.  HAWK BICYCLES  An up-to-date High Grade  Dicyclefitted withA'oller Cham,  New Departure or Hercules  Coaster Brake and Hubs, Detachable Tires, liighgradeequip-  ment,including Mud- nnn en  cunrds, Pu nip, & Tools ������������������f f_M_  ^;dFREEl916Cafalopr  (JO pages of Bicycles, Sundries  and Repair Mater tat. You can  buy your supplies from us at  Wholesale Prices.  T. W. BOYD & SON,  27 Noire Dame SI. West, Monlreaf.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  fractions will go lo llie Province. Bul municipal  police arc also invested wilh authority under the  Acl und wherc they successfully prosecute the  lines go to lhe municipalities or cilics concerned.  Thus lhe municipal districts and cilics share with  lhc Province thc responsibility of enforcing thc  legislation.  The* new Act allows private persons to have  liquor on their premises lor their own consumption. No limit is set as lo quantity, bul lhc liquor  of course must bc imported. The vending of  liquor will be brought under the attorney-genera Ps department. Vendors may bc appointed in  some places, but generally speaking the provincial police will attend lo thc work. Thc police will  sell lo lhc druggisls and thc latter may ih turn  fill doctors' prescriptions. Sale by lhc ollicial  vendors is allowed for mechanical or scientific  purposes not exceeding ten gallons al a lime, sale  lo druggisls not exceeding live gallons, to physicians up to twp quails, lo dentists for stimulants  one pint, to veterinary surgeons to>������������������onc gallon, to  hospitals in such amounts as may bc deemed  proper by lhc superintendent of provincial police.  Sale will bc allowed to ministers for sacramental  wine and lo olher persons on, physicians' prescriptions. , .  .. There will bc no profit for thc provincial department. All sale's except Ihosc on prescriptions  will bc at cost. * Clergy ancl others iDuying from  thc ollicial vendor must have sworn affidavits  that the liquor will be used forrthc purpose lor  which it' is purchased. Every*" official vendor,  druggist and physician must keep records showing thc disposition of thc liquor. These will bc  for thc inspection of thc department.  - Except for the provisions regarding sales already outlined and for sales of liquor under judiciary process and thc export sales of breweries,  etc., licensed by thc Dominion, all sales of liquor,  within the' Province arc prohibited!'/ "With like  exceptions!, all giving or having of liquor is prohibited. This docs not apply to the liquor in private, homes for. private use. The consumption of  liquor purchased from any person olher than lhc  ollicial vendor, or-by prescription, elc, is prohibited. The manufacture and sale of vinegar,"sweet  cider; unfermented grape juice and denatured  alcohol is not interfered with.  The owner of any premises permitting' drinking within thc premises, or allowing disorderly  conduct, is deemed guilty of an.offense against  tlie Act. Ollicers of any club.arc deemed guilty  of an offense if liquor is consumed on the  premises.  Provisions are made to facilitate the proving of  offenses. The burden of proving lhc right to  keep or to sell will lie upon thc defendant. The  proof in thc case of prescriptions will lie upon thc  physician. Thc giving of colorable prescriptions  is deemed.an offense. Police constables arc given  full' authority to search all premises under suspicion. Liquor improperly kept may bc seized  and forfeited. No appeals in such cases will be  allowed lo thc courts.  Thcnew^billril^carricd^whcira^balloHs^laken  through British waters for the sake of ascertain  ing if Ihey contain contraband.' Wc cannot relinquish lhal right. II* contraband is lo bc smuggled through our waters"in mail sacks, wc have  equally as much right to seize thc sacks as lo  seize contraband ships. To protect ourselves wc  feel obliged lo exert our right to search."  IS THE WAR DEADLOCKED ?  A Washington report says thai -President  Wilson is convinced thai lhc war is deadlocked,  and lhal a continuance merely means the killing  of more people and thc further impoverishment  of European nations, both belligerent and neutral., Ancl therefore President Wilson feels lhat.  hc would bc justified in doing everything possible  in an informal way to bring about the discussion  of peace between belligerent nations. The President, lakes thc position, it is "slated, lhat the  neutrals of lhc world, as much as belligerents,  have a right to participate in, and, if possible,  initiate peace negotiations because, of lhc economic results already developed and those which  will follow the conflict. It is believed, lhc report  says, lhat thc rulers of_ the warring nations, be-,  cause of their close relationship, even kinship,  will have as important a part in restoring peace  as the ministers of Iheir governments, and lhat  "it will occasion no surprise in ollicial circles if  in some-manner lhe rulers of the countries at war  open the way for peace conversations."  ' In view of this report from Washington it will  be necessary to take inlo-account lhc recent reported utterances of Sir Edward Gray, lhc British  foreign secretary, and those of Chancellor voir  Bclhmann-Hollwcg,,for.Germany! In an interview published under date of May 25lh,-Sir Edward Grey said there could be no end"to the war  until the Prussian idea oF peace���������������������������an iron:peace  imposed on other nations by. German supremacy  ���������������������������was -defeated and renounced; that it was irii-.  possible to consider;terms of peace:without a  previous agreement between the Entente-.Allies.'  Further,, hc expressed the decided opinion thi!  thc hostilities had not reached a stage where it  was possible to talk of peace.  These Avords credited to Sir Edward Grey are  more moderate than those previously uttered or  credited to him. They all bul indicate lhat under  certain condilions peace talk could be opened  tu*'1 ������������������l'o������������������c opinino-run. oipichoio iiaiM "^  -ETT COMPANY LIMJTEJ  TORONTO ONT.      '  f  Going up! A ton of cream was  delivered at thc creamery on Monday.  , synopsis of coal; mining regulations ,;;:  Coal mining rights oi' tlie DpmihV  ion in-Manitoba, Saskatchewan and'.  Alberta,  the   Yukon  Territory,  the.  Northwest Territories and a portion*^  of the Province of British Columbia,',  may be teased tor a term oLtwenly- r  one years at tin annual rental of $1  an acre.   Nol more than  2.0(30"acres,.  will be leased lo one applicant.  Application  for a louse must  be  Bul lhat anv peace that did nol meet the condi- made by thc applicant in person to  Megaphone  Methods  ��������������������������� If you had a voice like thunder,  with a Megaphone attachment you.  could not reach as many people as  you can through our want ads.  You have not got the voice but  our paper Is at your service all the  year around.  :n  -"?*S'I  ownttiM no,������������������ a. w MM,.  -*���������������������������- ***. _ ^i^l  '-'' '������������������������������������������������������fzSAi  V W.;l  is..- ���������������������������  at thc next election, will come inlo effect on July  1st, 1917.  VIGOROUS NOTE TO ALLIES  rA FORTUNE IN IT  If you could place an ad in the  Moon millions of people would read it,  Even then it would only be valuable  a few nights each month, whereas a  Want Ad in this paper-while more  limited in its scope will cover this  particular locality every day in the  year.  Oop;ri|fcl������������������d IW l; R W  McCudj  In lhc recent nolo lo Britain and France President Wilson accuses these nations of "lawless  practices,"   of   perpetrating  "onerous  ancl   vexatious abuses," of injuring American commercial interests, of violating the righls of neutrals  and of palpably disregarding lhe rules of inlernalional law and custom.   And then Ihe note concludes: "The Brilish and French practice i.s an  unwarranted  limitation  of lhe use by neutrals  of lhc world's highway for lhe transmission of  correspondence.   Thc practice actually followed  by the Allied powers musl be said to justify lhe  conclusion lhal* lhe announcement of February  15th, was merely notice lhal one illegal practice  had been abandoned to make place for Ihe development of another more onerous  and  vexatious, in character.    The present practice is a  violation, not only of the spirit of the announcement of February 15th, but of thc rule ol" The  Hague convention upon which it is conccdcdly  based.   Aside from this, it is a violation of thc  prior practice of nations which Greal Britain and  her allies have in thc past assisted to establish  and. maintain.  "The Government of lhc United Slates, in view  of the improper methods employed by lhe British  and French authorities interrupting mails passing between the United States and other neutral  countries and between the United Slates and the  enemies of Great Britain, can no longer lolcrale  the wrongs which citizens of the United Stales  suffer and continue to suffer through these  methods. To submit lo a lawless practice of this  character would open llie door to repealed violations of inlernalional law by belligerent powers  lions of lhc Entente Allies is, al present, oul of the  question.  Chancellor von Bclhmann-Hollwcg, speaking  for Ihe German government, is equally positive  in regard lo peace from thc German view point.  "I have twice publicly slated," hc is quoted under the same date, "that Germany has been, and  is, prepared lo discuss thc lerminalion of the  war upon a basis that oilers guaranty against  further attack from lhc coalition of her enemies  and insures peace to Europe. Only when statesmen of the warring nations come down lo a  basis^oluthc^reaKfacts;^when-=lhey^take-the^war  situation as every war map shows it lo bc; when  wilh honesty and sincerity Ihcy become prepared  to terminate this terrible bloodshed and prepare  lo discuss war and peace 'problems with one another in a practical manner���������������������������only then will wc  bc.ncaring peace."  In lhis connection a cable from F. A. Mackenzie  in the Vancouver Province under dale of May 27,  says: "Responsible statesmen (in.England) are  emphasizing Ihe fact that any hopes of an early  finish of the war arc delusions. They are agreed  thai there can hc no satisfactory finish wilhoul  lhe marked defeat of lhe German armies on the  field. Defeat through internal trouble alone  would nol settle the vital European issue. My  warning lhal we musl be prepared for two ycars  more struggle goes beyond the general opinion,  bul statesmen publicly and privately are warning  lhe nalion today lhal we musl be prepared for  lhe climax of our effort next year."  Ihe Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are ,  si I u a led.  jn   surveyed   lerrilory  the  land"  miist be described by sections, or :  legal sub-divisions of sections, and -;  in   unsurveyed   territory   the  tract  applied for shall bc slaked out by  lhc applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S5 which will bc  refunded if lhe righls applied for  arc not available, bul nol otherwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine al lhc  rale-of-=five-ecnl.s-per4on?  FILMING SCENES ON THE OCEAN  The person operating lhe mine  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  ret urns accounting for Ihe full  (|iianlity of merchantable coal  mined and pay lhe royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights are nol  operated, such returns should bc  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include lhc coal  mining rights only, but Ihe lessee  may be permitted lo purchase whal-  i-ver available .surface rights as may  bc considered necessary for lhe  working of the mine, at lhe rale of  ������������������10 an acre.  For full inforuiali'on application  should be made lo the Secretary of  Ihe Department of Ihe Interior,'Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unauthorized publication of  lhis advertisement will nol be paid  for.���������������������������83575..  Recently in Santa Barbara channel, Director  Wm. D. Taylor, Lottie Pickford, Irving Cum-  mings, William Russell, Charles.Burlon, George  Pcriolat and Win. J. Tedmarsh, lhe "Diamond  from lhe Sky" stars, aided and abcllcd by a large  company, passed two days on the I tuna, one of  the swiftest and most completely filled yachts  on the California coast. The time was spent in  filming scenes and actions for lhe "Diamond  from lhe Sky," the greal movie serial now being  shown al the'Enderby . Opera House���������������������������some of  lhe scenes which will bc thrown on lhe screen  next Friday and Saturday evenings.  Whal a blessed place lhis world would be to  live in if we could eliminate the parade element  in human nature.  O.K.  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON,  Proprietor  c.  P.  R. TIMETABLE  Southbound                     No  ���������������������������thbound  10.20 lv.  Sicamous  ar.  18.30  10.53  Mara  17.41  11.09  Grindrod  17.2-1  11.2*1  ENDERBY  17.08  11.50  Armstrong  1G.38  12.00  Realm  10.28  12.11  Larkin  16.15  12.38  Vernon  15.-IS  13.00 ar.  Okanagan Ldg.  lv  . 15.30  IT. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHA.U  G. P. A.,  Vancouver   Agt.,  En  derby THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday; June 1JL916  Have you seen the latest and best in  small enamel-lined Refrigerators?  We have them now  .Price  only    $15  Ice Cream Freezers  *'. .Price   . . .' ������������������3.50  and  $���������������������������!.  Dairv Supplies of all  kinds al  lhe lowest prices.  SlrainVr Pails (i()c lo 81.25  Cream Cans   $1.00 lo $1.  Milk   Strainers    .'15c   to   81.00   1-C.allon   Glass  Churns. .$3.00  ea  Daisy   liarrell   Churns $i).5(), $10.50 and $11.  The  hest   in   Hammocks  at    $-1.70 and $5.80 ea  1-2-in. Garden Nose, 50-l't. lengths,  complete   wilh   couplings    ..$5.  Fly ���������������������������Swatters    10c and   15c  O'Cedar Polish Mops. .$1.00 & $1.  Our slock of General Hardware lines i.s most complete and our pric  are the lowest market  prices, at all limes.  Barb Wire,  $5.25  per  roll  of 81)  rods.  .Mail orders receive our careful and prompt attention.*  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  .00  .50  .25  eh  ,50  cli  75  50  ���������������������������cs  SOUND  ADVICE  Great Need of the Empire now is  for the Better Grades of Beef Cattle  A. very competent authority estimates lhal,* having reference lo la'H  year's trade, average prices current  beef on  lhe Smilhlield  market j in    all  Should   the  Province  of  Brilish  Columbia join lhe prohibition procession when the question is voted  on al lhe forthcoming election, the  following practical "advice from an  American  source should  hc  laken  to  heart:    "For  the married  man  who cannol gel  along without  his  drinks,  the  following is .suggested  as a means of freedom from whal  wc arc told is lhe saloon bondage:  Start a saloon in your own home.  Be Ihe only customer  (you'll have  no   licence   lo  pay.)     Go   lo  your  wife and  give  her  Iwo dollars lo  buy  a  gallon   of whisky,  and   remember there are sixly-nine drinks  in a gallon.   Buy your drinks from  l no one bul your wife, and by lhe  lime lhal   lirsl gallon   is gone she  will have $8 lo put into lhe bank  and  two  dollars  lo  start  business  again.. Should  you  live ten  years  .     , and   continue   to   buv  booze   from  the -confiding   conn -,-tfi.; ,     *    n(|   |hc    dic  wilh  snakcs  in  "      ' ' (  .... I       ,. ., ,1       ...ill,       ilifl   :  pronounced. After the war, Ihe  production of grain will again be  undertaken on  an  enormous scale  lor heel  on  lhe Smilhlield  market; in    an    mc   unu-.,m,.,,   _     ,  ,       .        ,,        ..      .,.<-     i i       ��������������������������� i. n ���������������������������     r    i        i      -n     i    ;nei,  unci   men   me   wum  .nmuw  ...  in London, Lug., lor I !)!.���������������������������). show an   In  view oi   this  lacl  and  wilh  ihe; ,     ,       . ....  ..   ./. . V        .ii ,. ., 1,1,1      your  boots,  she   will   haye  money  *������������������������������������������������������-    "*"'   ,,"ln"������������������n  <->l   ih"  :ic;>(imiilal.*l;l   slocks,! ,i    , i       , . ., ,  """K   ���������������������������"   .winfi.iio   vnnp   children.  release "of lhe 'accumiilal^d slocks,  il i.s undoubtedly Irue lhal grain  will drop in .price ,lo. a very considerable extent. With an overstocked grain market and a pronounced lindcrsupply of* callle the  farmers . of Canada should have  little dillicully in making up their  minds as io what Iheir policy shall  be for lhe future.  One warning, however, should  be given. We musl emphasise  quality before ��������������������������� quantity. On lhc  British market,.'Canadian-beef does  not equal in .quality the beef exported from the United Stales or  from the Argentine. Unless we cun  improve our cattle, bolh as regards  quality and as regards finish, we  need nol expect lo bc able to ci'ecl  sales al Sniilhficld, bul shall be obliged to seek a market in France or  \-d  enough lo educate your children,  buy a house and lot, marry a. decent man and quit thinking aboul  you entirely."  CANA DIAN PA TRIOTIC FUND  The   treasurer  of   Ihe   Canadian  Patriotic * Fund- acknowledges   receipt   of   the   following   contributions during the past month:  F. T. Turner  ..............$ 1.00  Tennis  Club  Tea      7.00  Mrs.   Harvey        3.00  W^d Cross Tea Rooms ......    5.50  C.  B. Winler      10.00  C. P. Ryan        2.00  .75  2.00  COO  .50  l-I. A. Teece     C. Oppertshauser  R. J. Coltart ...  Wing  Chung   ...  increase ol <I0 --per cent since lhe  outbreak of the war.--"Supplies of  frozen' beef," il says, "are practically exhausted, only a few small  odd lots of bull beef being obtainable. These, in view of the  strong demand ruling for ' all  classes, realize high prices. The  absence of frozen ..supplies has  again forced buyers on lo lhc  chilled article, with the result that  values have advanced sharply."  The general beef situation, from  the standpoint of lhe home and  foreign market, further emphasizes Ihe shortage of supply. One  feature is particularly noteworthy.  It has never been indicated from  any country thai lhere is an undue  accumulation of beef in storage or  a congestion of cattle going forward fo market. Present prices and     _  present demand  fully confirm lhis j Italy       Even    our   bes     gias.  r���������������������������cl.    The   position   in   Europe   is ' cattle, when oflered on lhc Chicago j  well   known.    The  Argentine  oul-   market   last   year,   yielded,  <l.sap-,  put   has   hc-n   absorbed   for   army j pointing returns.    In CanadaVhuc:  supplv lo such an extent that.very i is any number ol   good  heel   cowV  lillle' frozen    Argentine    beef    is; but  we  can   never. develop  a  b.;d ,  available  for civil  consumption  in I trade   by   breeding   these   to   ������������������la.n ,  Great Britain. Australia has passed j bulls,   lo   grade   bulls,   oi   e en   lo|  through a severe season of drought; pure-bred   nulls   ol   mlenoi    l> po.   ^ ���������������������������,������������������������������������������������������,���������������������������..  and    her   exportable   surplus   has-A really good, pure-bred sire is j'V aml ,hc lls.lUU rsiccs.  been  grcaily diminished. Moderate: asset    lo    any    community,      I* e ���������������������������  supplies of cow beef are going for-! should   have   lhe   patronage  ol   a I  wZ from New Zealand bul .hese; lhe   farmers  in   the   ncighborhoi  are nol of firs, quailly. Canada and | The maintenance or use ol a sc    Ii  the  Uniled  Stales have  nol appro-! bull,   under    lhe    present   ci.cui-  stances., should  be deemed  an  unpatriotic act.  One other non-progressive practice   should   be   eliminated   or,   at  least, superseded  by a  belter one. j  Reference  i.s  to  lhc sale and   pur  chase of stocker and  feeder callle,  $37.75  efably increased their cattle population and are clearly able lo find  a remunerative market in Europe  for any of their product available  for export. The steady and continuous rise in price definitely reveals lhe condition of the world  market   for  ARMSTRONG    WILL   CELEBRATE  Armslrong citizens have already  all arrangements for Dominion Day  celebration well advanced.- The  first advertising matter announcing  the event was put out last week.  An aeroplane llight will be the big  attraction! In addition they are  promising baseball games, lacrosse  Also a military band lo assil the Armstrong  band in the music of lhe day.  In the Slocan, a strike of great  deplh was recently made on the  Noble Five. Thc tunnel was started  at lhc Sovereign, and is 3000- feel  long. Thc strike of clean and concentrating ore was made 1,300 feet,  below the lowest level of the Five,  and is 2,500 feet from the surface.  WANTED���������������������������Two  sellings  of  goose  <),000,000 tons of grain. Until  peace is declared, lhis accumulation   will   probably   become   more  mai-Kei ior beef and * emphasizes j whether for finishing in the stable  the fact thai the situation is grow-'or on grass. In the case of the  ink worse with the progress of the fanner who sells, this practice,  war. ' unless    in     exceptional     circum-  Conlrast   the   position   wilh   re- stances,   is "a   mistaken   one.     He  sped   lo   grain.   'Enormous  stores should   feed   ami   finish   his   own  of wheat arc lied up.in Bussia.   In; slock.    On the part of-lhe farmer  =Sti"ft.Tilr-Tt irri i cH-M-s^e s-l-i in a I e (VI h a t-Lwl i ! >^b.u_\:_.___. speculative  and   non-  Ihcre   is  an   accumulation   of  over j productive enterprise  is continued  and encouraged, which has neither  an economic nor a practical  argument in ils favor.    He-should grow  his own feeders, or a part of Ihem  al   least.    Trading  of  this   nature,  says   a   Dominion   authority,   has  I done as much as any other factor  | to destroy the beef callle industry  \ i h Hi ah y ~ pa r I s d I" Ca n a i I a *.��������������������������� 11 - can  I only  be  built  up  by a  change of  system.  A good herd of milking beef  cows will bring in a return as regular as thc change of Ihe seasons  eggs.    L., Walker Press.  Braid low?   Sec Joe.  You may obtain at the Hudson's  Bay Company's Store all kinds of  Furnishings for Cosy Spots Out of Doors  Bath Mats  Support Home Industries and buy one of these  well-made mats; strong and durable. (gl *7C  Bargain Price ........;         ^  Carpet Felt  Save your carpets by using this padding, ^p T/H  36-inches wide.    Bargain Price  # V^  y <J.  RECLINING CHAIRS for the Porch     dM  QC  Bargain Price . T      t71  ������������������  Oil Stoves  Keep cool; cook with an Oil Stove.  2 Burners,       <JJ9 AA    1 Burner, <g1   1C  Bargain Price,*P^������������������UU    Bargain Price,vpJ-J-^  Acme Freezers  Good useful size for a family, (D1   7C  Bargain Price  %rJ" ' **  Baby Baths  In large _ize, well enamelled, white & gold 1 CC  Bargain Price       Enamel Bread Tins, Bargain Price $1.25  Enamel Flour Tins, Bargain Price,   45c  Table Covers  These are excellent values for the money. A small 1 [A  lot to clear at about half price. Regular, $2.50. I . Jill  Bargain Price ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������' " ���������������������������'     l,uw  Hammocks  Now is the time to buy a Hammock. Don't delay; 1 ��������������������������� Ar  not  many  at  this  price.        Regular,   $2.75. I  MJ1  Bargain Price  ���������������������������          * ,vw  $ Hudson's Bay Co.  "S VERNON  WALL  Light  for Men  and Boys  The decoration of your  walls is surely more im-  portant lhan anything else  in the house. You sec  more of the Avails than  anything else, why not  -_^Jiav.c__Jh_em *_ satisfactory  and beautiful? "  Our new papers are beautiful in color, attractive in  design and appeal lo people of good lasle, and thc  prices are moderate.  ugar is Going Up!  We have a complete line of1*.. uV ������������������n.i '������������������;";;;' ������������������������������������j.���������������������������" ���������������������������'���������������������������,!  .   , ,     tt    i       1   i-i ���������������������������       i lhan if led  by hand,    l "L iccniu0  light-weight  Underclothing|o|. lht,se c,llVL>s un,M m f0.- market,  for   Summerwear,   in   Men's S whether as baby beer or as butcher  and Boys' sizes.    Come S77:t7Y:r';,7Zt 1  and inspect the weights and; ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ' "���������������������������������������������  quality. Our prices are as  low as the quality will permit, and you will find us  ever ready to give you good  service and prompt attention  Iflabor is nol available to milk ainBE|)n0()M   pApERS    f,.om   5c  of Ihem, iwo calves may be pul on j  a single, cow, possibly followed by ! CUT-OUT   BORDERS   in   beautiful  I-'loral Patterns.  We advise you to buy before it gets  20-lb. sack���������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$2.10  ioo-ib. "   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  10.25  out of sight.  FIVE ROSES, the best flour on the market, 49-lb sack,  98-lb sack,  HARVEST QUEEN,   49-lb  98-lb sack  GOLD SEAL, 49-lb sack   MEDORA, 49-lb sack   VARNISHED TILES, for bathroom  anil Kilchen.  Remember our Grocery Department when you want  fresh goods and the best  brands.  Maty Music Store  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietoi  $1.85  3.65  1:75  3.45  1.75  1.65  25c  NOW  W. J. Woods  lined by the continuance of lhe  old methods. No practice will so  lend lo conserve female stock nor  so speedily and steadily add lo  our available supply of beef.  Oh,   Gee !  Wire  (with nl^pcri-ll my,\^  IS^or^Z^'r^S-  here lhal men  grow bald  because j made up.   Prices from $15 up.   Loot   lhe   intense   activity   o"   "   ,-1---1 .-."."i iv-... r.m.wliiin Anna re I Co.  brains.  Hub���������������������������Exactly! And women have  no   whiskers   because   of   Hit  tense activity of Iheir chins.  -.in.T_ j hijh.h; U|,,     ,  1IV,W , t      _  their !ca| ngent for Canadian Apparel Co.  ! Suits lo your measure from .$17.f>0.  Cleaning.   Pressing  and   Repairing  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  ln-  At    Speers���������������������������Bridal    Cloths    and  Nainsooks, made up anil stamped.  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed  2iK' per dozen.  strictly   fresh;  Mrs. E. Gray.  A Special in Salmon, 4 tins for  Eggs and Butter bought at the highest market prices  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings   and Groceries  FOR  SALE  One buggy in"good condition; one  delivery wagon; one sel ol ������������������f.l\N\  democrat harness; one ;sel ol light  single harness; one set light bob  sleighs.  FULTON   HARDWARE   CO.,   Ltd.  Enderby, B.C.   IE YOU can ride a bicycle and talk  ���������������������������intelligently about a motor to  drive 'it, I can oll'er you a means  of making money. )Yritc l<red.  A. White, Oil View St., Victoria,  1$. C. 'H'1"4  FOR SALE  CHEAP  BARGAINS  1 Pony, harness, buggy & cutter.  1 Black cow.  1 Red cow.  1  Plow,  wooden beam,  12-inch.  1 Wheelbarrow.  1 Cream Separator.  1 Horse cultivator.  2 Chicken  coops wilh runs.  1 Crosscut saw.  Apply,      ROBT. TURNER,  "Mara  Road,  Enderby  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. m4-lf

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