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 I1      *\  Enderby-, B. C, March 23. 1916  ANDWALKER'S      WE E K L Y  Vol. 9; No. 4;  Whole No. 424  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Good morning! Thc hoc has it.  Spring days are clean-up days.  Mr. H. F. Flewwelling left Saturday on business lo Prairie points.  Ads���������������������������big and little���������������������������will cure  the blues and make business hum.  Joe Butler of New Denver is now  in the Old Man's Home at Kamloops.  Mr. W. J. Lemke is on a visit to  Seattle.. He is expected to return  this week.  . Those who can, do; those who  can't, organize a class and show  others how.  Mr. James Dale leaves this /week  for the coast, to be absent the summer months.  Mrs. W. A. Covey, from Chase, is  visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Geo. Folkard.  L. 'A. Simard leaves for Alberta  points to-day, where he will spent  the^-summer months.  Supt. McKay, of Revelstoke, visited   the Valley  on a  tour of  inspection on Saturday.  . Have you  focused your eye on  "those  dinning'; set  bargains  being  offered by W. J. Woods?  .'Mrs..' Hcnhiker and children  let'l-for ���������������������������Victoria'oii Tuesday, where  she will join her husband.  Mrs. Geo." Wady, of Revelstoke,  spent the week-end in the city, the  guest of Mrs. II. J. Hyham.  Mr. II. E. Blanchard has .enlisted  with the engineer corps, and left  on Thursday for Vancouver.  ��������������������������� Red Cross market stall will.be  open on April 1st. All contributions will be' most acceptable.  Mr. H. E. C. Harris, who recently  enlisted with the 172nd at Kamloops, is spending a few days with  his family.  Mrs. G. G. Campbell and child arrived oh Saturday from Revelstoke  to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  IL Greyell.  Mr. Harry Baxter returned to the  .coast on.Fridav. aftcr.spending.the  The Good Templars' lodge held  an open meeting in K. of P. Hall  last Friday evening, entertaining  their friends -with a program of  song and music, followed by re-  freshmen ts.-  Thc high school scholars entertained a number of friends with  a social evening in the assembly  hall of Fortune School last Friday  evening: A very enjoyable time  is" reported..  Dr. McCullough,, dentist, will be  in,Enderby next Monday,.Tuesday,  Wednesday and Thursday, March  27-28-29-30. Those requiring his  services are urged to make appointments as early as possible:  Married���������������������������At the home of Mrs.  H. W. W7right, Vancouver, on Saturday, March--11, by the Rev. Dr. Mc-  Kinnon, Mr. Geo. Heggie to Mary,  third.daughter of Isaac Race, Esq.,  Stafford House, Towbridge, Eng.  .Two things make advertising almost a synonym for optimism. One  is that the merchant, and advertiser  who would be successful must be  an optimist. The. other is that when  an advertiser loses'hisyoptimism he  usually cancels his,, advertising.  '-"Miss-.van der Est,'-of Salmon Arm  has been visiting her, friends, Mrs.  Robson and Miss Seymour, at the  Okanagaii Gate ranch. During her  stay she attended.,the Red Cross  vaudeville' concert in Enderby and  very much',-enjoyed *��������������������������� herself. She  also went to the Saturday meeting  of the.Woman's Club.  The Slocan Record, "published at  New Denver by James Grier, has  ceased publication. '' Jim says he  is *tired working 18 hours a day  trying to make ends meet, and will  try eight hour shifts for a wage.  The Slocan loses a good and loyal  friend in Jim Grier, and New Denver a bright and newsy weekly. Bul  war isTiell.  Mrs. A. McPherson is showing a  remarkably beautiful Jily recently  ���������������������������flo_wercd.__.The_ bulb.has_becn .in  LOCAL   TALENT  CONCERT  K.  of P.  Hall  was comfortably  filled last Thursday evening to hear  business was handed lo the chair-,  man, Mr. G. R. Lawes," by the secretary-manager, Mr. Gibbs/ The  association   starts   on   the   second  winter with his" parents, Mr. and  Mrs. H. D. Baxter. ���������������������������     ,  Rev. J. F. Ferguson, D. D., of  Calgary, will occupy the pulpit in  the Presbyterian Church Sunday  morning and evening.  After a visit of several weeks  wilh her ami I, Mrs. Aldin, Miss  Emma Snider left for her home, in  Vancouver on Friday."  Miss Maud Burnham is home  from her studies at the coast, having lo give up her studies for the  term owing to illness.  Sunday service's in St. George's  Church: Holy Communion, 8 a. in.;  evensong at 7.30. Rev. King, of  Armstrong will officiate.  Man cannot thrive apart from lhe  land. Get a patch and plant what  you will require on thc table when  next winter's snows blow.  Died���������������������������At his home near Enderby,'  Thursday, March J6,1916, Mr. C Gross  Avary, aged 47 years. Interment from  the Methodist Church, Sunday, Mar. 19.  The Enderby Tobacco Fund  ladies are arranging to give a  grand dance in the Enderby Opera  House on Easter, Monday night,  April 24th.  Mr. Harry Garret, who spent the  winter with his parents here, left  Monday for Elkborn, Man., accompanied by Ross Poison, who will  spend the summer on the Prairie.  Jap mattings and matts���������������������������new  and exquisite in design���������������������������placed  local talent in the concert given in year free of debt and having con-  aid of .the Red Cross Fund. The  entertainment was a pronounced  success bolh in point of attendance  and receipts and "enjoyment, enabling the committee giving the  affair to turn over to the treasurer  of the Red, Cross Fund $40.60 after  paying expenses.  Miss Hughes opened , with a  piano solo mwhich was' very much  appreciated: _ Humorous songs by  Mr. Winter, Mr. C. Fravel and Mr.  Bigge were heartily encored, and  Miss Hattie Johnston charmed thc  audience with sweet song. Mr. and  Mrs. R. E. T. Forster were most  natural in the -amusing dialogue  "thc Train de Luxe," and proved  lhat it is really possible to-get into  and out of the top berth of a Pullman- with sublime' grace and dignity���������������������������if one knows ho\y, to dp it.  This was a very clever piece of  acting, which the audience heartily enjoyed. V.  In the playette, "TheJ Area Belle".  Miss Stevens," Miss Robinson, Mr.  Bigge;VMr"V-HifghJes,^;ThdVCliITdrd'  Greyell, furnished, a half hour of  comedy-. which was ' greatly enjoyed, . and the performance was  concluded by the' singing of ,"0,  Canada," by all "those- taking part  in the program.  The entertainment committee  wish to warmly thank all those  who so ably assisted in making the  evening a success. Special thanks  is due Mr. Stevens who so kindly  donated the wood, and to Mr  Byrnes who fixed up thc scenery  traded no bad debts.' The secretary-manager anticipated' a good  season. Eggs are coming in plentifully and of Al quality, showing a  very marked improvement on those  sent in in the year 1015 when the  Circle started. New markets are  opening' and old contracts are being renewed.       '  The meeting .passed a rule thai  no new members be-admitted till  Oct. 1st, K)16..y This is to prevent  people joining when.eggs are plentiful and prices low and flooding  the market and then, when eggs arc  scarce and command a' high price,  leaving thc Circle,' as has been  done by some few members. '"  . Thc secretary-manager and committee were re-elected for the ensuing year, Mr. Douglas Smith of  Hullcar, and Mr.' H. F. Cowan  taking the place of Mr. T. Wilkinson,, and,-Mr..- Tom 'Robinson, who  have enlisted.  ..'    ...   -*���������������������������...'"' V ' ���������������������������,  More Packages for the Boys' >  The; ladies'of .the Enderbjy*To"  baccb Fund were able' this week  to send out twenty parcels to"our  own boys fighting in the trenches.  Each   parcel   contained: ' Pair  of  SAWS-WILL START NEXT WEEK  vi  Manager Stevens says the Okana?  gan  Saw Mills,' Ltd., will  make a  normal cut for 1910.   It will not be  the, capacity of the mill, but some  sixteen   or   eighteen   million   feet  will be the amount of the season's  output, provided no unforseen conditions arise.    The saws will start,  next ���������������������������week.-- The market is favorable, and there will be a demand  for all the mill can turn oiit.    In  the past winter the camps operated  for the'company *havc put on' the  water's   edge   some   nine   or   ten  million  feet-of logs.', In  addition  to'these* thc   company' has  sonic  eight million  feet held, over' from,  last  season  but  not    in    the ' milV  boom.    The rush of orders of the  past" month   or  two   has  depicted  thc lumber slock in the.mill yards,  and it will require,a month'or two  to bring it up to standard.1. In.the"  meantime   shipments vwill   not-.be"1-  up.to normal.        . ~ j>    v    . ."-_-  LATEST  WAR SUMMARYS,  ��������������������������� The chief interest sliH'rrcmains .",_V  (with the. German attacky.on .Verdun.*/"'7.  Apparently'lhis*';attack 'lias slowedV,'*  .down somewhat." - Bothy' Germans,"\'% 7.  due to , their assaults, Vand ' the * '"���������������������������'  French, dtic rto their counter al- ' */  lacks, arc suffering heavy losses. .'  Now .that Germany, is.concentrating  resources   on   the   capture  of-    -���������������������������  i il*    ' ~   V 1  "    *r  iA1",  ^-*-y*������������������n  . ������������������- ���������������������������_._ -,-Vh  r     ~  ������������������     ,_-,.     *>-.**"  c*  ���������������������������"-CV&t  ���������������������������r*~  ���������������������������'���������������������������'-.-t"H  .?������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������  socks,     fruit-cake,     half-pound her  packet of shortbread, packet-Old j Verdun and France hers on its dc-  Chum-tobacco and five packets ofjfense, a general attack vigorously  cigarettes. Parcels were packed .pushed by the British forces might  by the following'ladics al the home'prove decisive.    However, no such  in stock  McPhcrson s.  her possession for 23 years, llower-  ine each year. The flowers arc a  deep red and appear at the top of  the lily stock on four drooping  stems. How many people could  keep a lily bulb 23 years and have  it throw such flowers as these?  After thawing three service pipes  last Thursday, thc thawing machine recently purchased by the  city went out of commission. It  was burned out owing lo the fact  lhal it was put into use before the  insulation had become seasoned.  The machine was laid aside, and  the one in use at Armslrong and  thoroughly seasoned was brought  to Enderby and is now finishing  the work of opening the water  pipes. '  Will  Make  Ice  Cream  -J  If all those who signed up for  shares .in the co-operative creamery at Armstrong pay the amount  of the first call upon shares, the  institution will be in operation by  April 1st.. The. services of Mr. R.  E. Karan, of Edmonton, formerly  of the Toronto City Dairy, have  been secured, and there is every  reason to believe that thc creamery will be successfully carried on.  It is the intention of the management to pay the highest price for  butler fat in the Valley, and it is  promised that/while the ice cream  season is on at least, the price will  be over 35c.  ENDERBY  EGG   CIRCLE  Thc annual general meeting of  the Enderby Egg Circle was held  in the City Hall on March 18th. A  short  account  of  the  first   year's  Every advertisement of a  local business house, mercantile  or otherwise, appearing in the  home paper, means more business for Enderby as a whole  and for every individual merchant in Enderby. A small ad  run regularly by every business  of the secretary: Mrs. W. Barrows,  Mrs. J. Dougal, Mrs. T. Pound, Mrs.  S. Poison and Miss J. Poison.  Following is a list of the names  to whom parcels were sent: Rev.  C. Reed, chaplain; Aviator J. A.  Glen, Corp, K. Glen, Privates J.  White, A. Roothvan, A. Castle, C.  Castle, P. Mowat, J. Pacey, II.  Hallmark, G. Smedly, G. McEwan,  B. Mack, B. Garrcll,_S._ McClellan,  "CVOlaiul^SrT.~reen, liTDyscftTtlV  Willis, A. Bogcrt, E. Rogers.  Lack of Loyally  attack is being made, though it is  hinted lhat it may be looked for.  The renewal ofNthc Italian offensive was undoubtedly due lo a desire to keep Austro-IIungary troops  which might have been employed  elsewhere, along the Italian border.  The probabilities are that these attacks are thc result of the pressure  which Great Britain has been able  .l ������������������._ __ln S. J__?_b ______n���������������������������hj'Jy_J 'L- the..  form of semi-blockade similar to  that which she brought lo bear  upon Greece.  APPEAL CASES TO-DAY  The tax appeal cases of Mr. G.  R.  Mr.  Robt.  MowaU was  a   visitor  from   Kamloops   lhis   week.     Mr.  Mowat i.s one of thc proprietors of. Lawes and Mrs. Bertha Strickland  the  Kamloops steam  laundry.    He j will be heard before Judge Swan-  man 7n Enderby, thV bank, and reports business fairly good,-but-a'son in lhe Cily Hull lo-day- II is  ovprv nrnfMsinnnl  man.  wmilrl  big  falling off  from  what  it  was! understood thc cases are to be hard  a year or two ago.   In conversation , fought  by both  sides.    The city's  Mr. Mowat referred to the serious- case i.s in the hands of the firm of  every professional man, would  attract business and aid in centralizing interest here. For a  merchant to cease advertising  in the home paper as a matter  of economy, means not only a  loss to himself but to the community as a whole. Both the  merchant and the community  loses more in the process than  is lost to the home paper. It requires no argument to convince  any sane individual of this fact.  The pulling power of a single  merchant's advertisement in  home paper may not be great���������������������������  cannot be great enough to hold  business in the town. But the  pulling power of all merchants'  advertisements is immense. It  requries co-operation in this as  well as co-operation in the selling of produce by our farmers.  A small advertisement by each  would aid all in the same measure as the no-advertising policy  has injured all. Think it  over, you men who would like  to see the business of Enderby  get back to normal.  ness of the Chinese problem in  Kamloops. The yellownien appnr-  enlly arc into everything, and the  worst feature is that the while people are giving Ihem support in  preference lo encouraging while  men running Canadian institutions.  He instanced the fact that the city  supported and government assisted  hospital of Kamloops, pays lo  Chinese laundries something like  $2,100 a year instead of having the  work done by the 'home institution  employing from 10 to 25 hands and  with a plant second to none in thc  Interior.  Gasoline at Five Cents a Gallon  ���������������������������'An* entirely new process of making gasoline of the highest grade  from refuse distillate is said to  have been patented by E. L. Williams, a Los Angeles man, and it is  declared the Standard Oil Company has offered him $25,000 for  the process.  Billings &*��������������������������� Cochrane, and will be  handled by Mr. W. H. D. Lndncr, K.  C, recently from lhe coasl bul now  a member of the Vernon firm. Mr.  If. G. Davies will appear.for the appellants.  Enderby   Groivers'   Shipments  Following arc the shipments for  1015 by thc Enderby Growers' Association, as .requested" nt.'the annual meeting held-two weeks ago:  Hay  '���������������������������'..��������������������������� 503,145  lbs  Apples   ............    1,551   boxes  Crab apples   75 boxes  Pears    7 boxes  Plums    1!)2 crates  Cabbage    '.*..   1,513  lbs  Cauliflower    8  crates  Cocoa Cola and all kinds of soda  drinks are now on lap al Joe's.  Hale,  wrath  forms of fear���������������������������  and   vengeance  -of death.  are  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's ���������������������������r.rr:rr.-- r. -h*������������������  ���������������������������E-^-^M&i.*-*^^^  v���������������������������  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  THURSDAY, MARCH 23,1916  PUBLIC BUSINESS FIRST  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every   Thursday at    Enderby.   B.C. at  ?2   per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising  Kates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subse-  A quCnt insertion.    Contract advertising SI an mch per month.  THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1016  When "Bruce" McConncll was squeezed out of  the Saturday Sunset by his political "friends,"  and lhat former excellent weekly lost the influence of his virile pen, a cloud came over the  fortunes of Saturday Sunset and thc men whose  finances were back ol* it. "Bruce"* was all there  was to Saturday Sunset. When he quit lhe Sunset quit, and Vancouver lost a weekly newspaper  ! lhal was a credit lo lhc Province. Thus (lo we  see lhe influence of politics when il becomes master of a man. And in lhe case al point, it was  "family politics" which brought aboul the ructions in the Sunset. Olher Liberals wished to  lead "Bruce"���������������������������lo drive him���������������������������and he, a good  Liberal himself, would neither be led nor driven.  Recently "Bruce" McConncll cslablishcd another newspaper in Vancouver, which hc calls  "J. P.'s Weekly." In it "Bruce" is doing some  of his best work. His pen has gol hack much of  ils old-lime virility. And, what i.s the best thing  about it, "Bruce" is apparently non-partizan, and  intends lo keep himself free from petty party entanglements. By so doing "Bruce" will be a  power for good a I the coast.  In the last issue of his paper "Bruce" hi Is lhc  nail on lhe head thus, in discussing the attempted  "sensation"   which   lhe  Liberals sprang  on   lhc  Province last week in trying to upset the business  of the country on a technicality, by which Ihcy  hoped  to  force prorogation of  lhe local  house  before the business could be pul through, and before Ihey could carry out the "investigation" they  have called so  loudly  for, and  which  Premier  Bowser seems delcrminc'd to force Ihem lo make.  "Amid   the   clamor,   mostly   parlizan,"   says  Bruce, "lhat has been raised over lhe situation in  Victoria, only one consideration will appeal to thc  average man who docs not sweeten his porridge  wiih politics in the morning and mix his "nightcap" wilh more of lhc same condiment at night,  and llkil consideration is the public business of  the Province,   Whether there has been a blunder  in regard lo the life of the legislature or not, thc  public inleresl of lhis Province demands that thc  legislature sil and  transact the business of the  Province.   Furthermore, thc public docs not care  much, whether mess  to be done in  lhe  legislature is 'contentious' or. not, from thc point  ol" view of cither the opposition or the govern-  A shipment of Seeds just arrived. Full assortment of  small, field, roots, grass seeds  and onion sets. ' (We sell at  Wm. Rennie's prices.) Only a limited quantity of Grass  Seeds on hand.    Book your orders early to avoid delay.  SEEDS  TEECE    &    SON,        Bell Block, Enderby  ^���������������������������iMMMH*MMHaH|-M^H-HMMM0MHil*^nHa-*-HWaMHanHHHBBHHHMMn  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2x4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cord wood,  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. _fe*j  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, &&������������������DKPHY  Enderby  UNNECESSARILY ALARMED  ment.'  While Lhe loss lo many orchard is Is in thc Okanagan will undoubtedly be severely fell, as a result of lhe winter freezing of certain varieties of  apples and other fruit trees, the ultimate result of  the severe weather will be advantageous lo all���������������������������  provided the lesson is learned. The fact lhal certain varieties of Irees were winter killed on the  low-lying lands, does not mean a blow lo fruit  growing in lhc Okanagan nor any particular section of the Okanagan. II does mean, however,  lhal lhe low-lying lands are not as suitable for  fruit growing as the uplands. This is no new i  discoverv. But in the face of olher vcars when'  certain varieties ol* trees were winter-killed, man  have insisted upon planting the less hardy varieties. Thai Ihey should be caught this year is un-  forlunale, bul it would have come sooner or later  anyhow, and, if Ihcy are prepared lo learn the  'lesson now. it will mean their gelling re-established on a safer basis lhal much sooner.  The Okanagan Valley is the garden spot, of the!  Dominion.    11 is an ideal spot for lhe small man  ^to^eUa^___i__liig.^llheiXLJ_rc....so,- huhVy ways of  greater .promise than apple growing byVvlTi"5irir  man of energy and training can make a comfort-'  abic aud profitable living for himself and family  oil' a small parcel of land, lhal we are'templed lo  say lhal lhe winter-killing of a few varieties of  apple  trees   this  year  will  prove a  Godsend   lo  many, and lhe.district* as a whole.  There is nothing lo cause alarm in  lhe fact,  and we can see no reason why lhere should be  a nyVTl tcfiTpitUr dect'i ve ihe pulilic-i iilheina Iter.  Nor .do we believe the mailer should be covered  up.   We ought to guard against other orchardists  being led inlo making the mistake again of giving  their land over to the varieties which were this  year winter-killed,   lt i.s most unfair lo lead men  into pulling Iheir money into varieties of fruit  which have proved lacking in hardiness lo stand  the rigors ol* lhe occasional severe winters which  the 'locality is subject lo.   The days of real estate  booming,  coupled  with   lhe deception   which   is  resorted lo, .seemingly as pari of the real estale  game, are, we hope, ended, so far as the Okanagan i.s concerned. If certain sections of lhe Valley  are heller adapted lo dairying lhan lo fruit growing, Ihen we should insist upon lhis facl and encourage specialization upon lhe lines best adapted  to our locality.   The sooner we do this lhe sooner  will we have more prosperity and less disappointment.   The truth about lhc Okanagan ought to  be good enough for anybody.  PRESERVE YOUR WOOLENS  ma  she  the  tlu.  Pec  do  70  da\  ma  lie cleverest experts in lhe woolen trade c.sli-  le lhat a I present there are 250,000,000 less  ep in existence than are necessary lo supply  wool needed lo clothe the various armies in  battlefields of Europe for lhe coming year.  >ple who do nol want lo go without woolen  tiling next fall and winter, or pay from fit) lo  per cenl more for il than Iheyare paying to-  ', are advised lo preserve their woolens, or  ke their purchases now.  CO-OPERATION THE GREAT NEED  Thc Provincial department of Agricullurc has  started lhc publication of "The Agricultural  .Journal," a very neat periodical lhat should bc  most useful in bringing before the farmers of thc  Province tlie information compiled by the heads  of the various branches in that department. In  (he initial number, Mr. W. E, Scott, deputy minister of agriculture, says:   .  "Farmers, why are you not getting the price  for thc produce of your farm to which you are  justly en tilled? Thc answer is nol far lo seek.  Individualism is llie nightmare of farming. You  have no method in your marketing. One farmer  is selling against another, and by so doing, you  are giving a splendid opportunity, of which hc is  not slow to lake advantage, to lhc man who buys  your produce. You now have to accept what is  offered you. Is it nol lime lhat you had a say  yourselves in the price of thc commodity you  have for sale? How can. this be done? you will  ask. 1 would reply, by killing lhis individualistic  jynriUjmd selling up in its place the co-operative  "spin fT^TlTose^wlYoHi a nd I cm n (hi n a rkehy o u l^pi-o--  diice are well organized. Become so yourselves,  or you will always be thc under dog. Co-opcra-  lion carried out along good business lines and  loyally supported by all farmers, will remedy this  and allow you to have a say in the price of your  farm products, and will do away with the present  anomaly in farming, which is the only business  where lhc price is fixed by the purchaser and hot  -Ly���������������������������I he-prod ueer,'..'as_i.L sho.\i 111_lie." __._   TOY MAKING IN CANADA  With a view to encouraging the manufacture  of toys iu Canada bolh for home market and for  export, Sir George Foster has arranged for a Toy  Conference which will lake place in Toronto on  the 281 h inst. A large number of samples of German toys such as were formerly imported inlo  Canada will be. on exhibition lo show Canadian  manufacturers whal lhe Germans supplied, and  lhere will be a collection of American toys to  show whal our neighbors in lhe United Stales  have been doing to replace German toys.  There has been a surprising development of toy  manufacturing in Canada since the outbreak of  the war and there are known to bc not less than  twenty-four toy manufacturers in Canada at the  present time. There may be others. Most of  those now manufacturing toys in Canada arc  making Ihem as a side line, using waste-material,  bul there arc a few concerns that are devoting  their entire attention lo lhc.manufacture of toys.  ButterWrapper  Parchment  The Dominion law against thc selling of  butter without thc words "Dairy Butter" or  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as,the case may be���������������������������printed  on thc butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer. . In thc first place, if his Butter  wrappers are neatly printed wilh his name and  thc brand of the butter on lhc label, lhe storc-'  kecpers can readily sell thc butter at 5c a pound  more than he can get for buller wrapped in paper  lhat is not printed, and the butler-maker gels the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butler from  the merchant.  11 is the duty of every butter maker to comply wiih the law in this mailer. Some butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butler that it does not appear to them that ihey  can afford to have their butler wraps prinlcd.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  butter wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of buller makers, The Press has prinlcd up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They are  printed with thc words "Fresh Dairy Butler" but  do not bear the name of thc maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of thc law  -governing-this-point^aiKLcan^beJmughLin.small,  quantities at thc rate of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not repuirc butter wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  $2.75  3.75  The Walker Press  1  The Enderby Press begins ils ninth year wilh  tlie reflection lhat the past "ycars spent have  been mosl pleasant." A clean, newsy lillle home  weekly may nol make its owner a millionaire,  but he can al least spend a pleasant time in its  production, and a paper of the stamp of lhe Press  is a credit to any lown as well as to ils edilor.���������������������������  Hedley Gazelle.  O.K. Barbers  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  E. J. Mack  S Livery, Feed & Sale Stables |  ~     .   ENDERBY, B. C.        *  Good Rigs;  Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-  . dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  *  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Renew for The   Press,  $2 per year i\  tf  THURSDAY, MARCH 23,1916  THE DUTY OF FARMER'S SONS  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Should a young farmer enlist? Yes and no.  Wc hear on every hand that the first duty of tlie  British Empire as well as of Canada is to win  this war, and everybody is agreed on that. But  it depends on what we mean by tlie word "win."  Al lhe outbreak of hostilities one of Britain's  foremost statesmen told us thai the "silver bullet" would decide thc victory. By tliat hc meant  money, resources and credit (of course in addition to men.) The Hon. Sir Thomas While, minister'of finance, said recently that Canada's  credit was saved last year by her enormous output of agricullural products. Nineteen fifteen  was a record year in thc Dominion for crop production.  Now what about our credit one year hence���������������������������  and who is going to save it then? Except under  lhe most extraordinary conditions of weather in  the coining season it will be out of all possibility  for the farmers of Canada to produce anything  like they did lasl year for Iwo reasons, viz.:  scarcity of labor and thc fact that compared with  olher ycars only a small percentage of land in  thc West has been summer fallowed and little fall  plowing has been done out there  FRUIT SHIPMENTS FOR 1915  Recruiting has been carried on very energetically throughout all our provinces and in some  localities a systematic canvass is being made in-  . eluding thc rural districts looking for recruits.  Regardless of all. else our Empire must have food  and so must our allies. Our enthusiastic cam-,  paigncrs should not forget lhal and they should  also remember lhal Canada is the largest food  producing colony of Britain, and, further, thai  such countries as France, Belgium, Italy and Serbia, whose fields have been devastated by the German spoilers, depend on us to save them from  starvation.  It is one thing to wave our hands and exclaim,  "Every physically fit man should bc in khaki,"  it's another thing when you as these "patriots"  will have to produce the food. The production of  Canada's crops must not bc left in thc hands of  physically until men and women. Aldeast one  good man must bc left on every 100 acres of land,  and it is going bcyoiid the bounds of patriotism'  to ask a young farmer to enlist unless hc has  brothers to take his place. It is the duty of such  a farmer to stay right at home, and any recruiting ollicer who throws slurs at such a man's  ��������������������������� bravery or .even persists in signing him up is not  . .doing his counlry any good, to put it mildly. The  recruiting sergeant who goes up and down our  concessions should bear these things in mind  and not call a man yellow as sonjc city men, who  are'on this work', have\lone.    ; ~"  On thc other hand, every available man, farmer's son or not, who can join thc army without  materially lessening production of food should  ��������������������������� .enlist, and there arc a few of this class in the  counlry, in the case of where one man has several  sons. Farm boys who stay, at home al this, time  in thc face of all epithets hurled at Ihctn need  have no cause lo feel ashamed, and have every  reason to look any man (in khaki or otherwise)  straight in thc face.���������������������������Agricola.  During the season of 1915, the Okanagan United Growers, which is the central organization  lhat markets the produce of the nine fruit unions  stretching from Salmon Arm to Penticton, did a  volume of business reaching the splendid total  of $802,186. Of this, thc sale of fruit, vegetables,  etc., amounted to $654,682, while thc sale of supplies came lo $M7,503. There were shipped by  lhc organization 1536 cars of fruit and farm produce during the year as compared wilh 954 cars  in 1913 and 1138 cars in 1914. Thc cash returns  for 1915 on Ihesc shipments were $245,465 in excess of the previous year.  These facts were brought oul al thc third annual meeting of the Okanagan United Growers,  which convened at Vernon on thc 15th. The  Vernon News says that in great contrast to thc  meeting of last year, there was no evidence of a  jarring note at this session. Harmony and satisfaction were much in evidence and a healthy  spirit bf optimism concerning the future seemed  lo prevail at the meeting. It was clearly evident  lhat the services of Manager Jackson were  greatly appreciated, and President Nicholson was  loudly   applauded   when   he   expressed   warm  Give Your Home Printer a  Chance at Your���������������������������  HAS THE TURNING POINT COME?  "Wc have reached the decisive hour," said  Alexandre Ribot, minister of finance, speaking in  thc Chamber of Deputies of France a few nights  ago on lhc financial and military situation. "We  can say without exaggeration, without illusion  and without vain optimism, that wc now see the  end of this horrible war."  =s^M?=Ribot-s=-uttcrance=-i&-taken*to=bc-oiL'Utniost-  importancc, as indicating official opinion with regard to the result of thc battle of Verdun.  Whether peace is or is not appreciably nearer it  is unquestionable that the tension in France has  relaxed and that men's thoughts-are. turned to the  rapid developments of events favorable to the  Allies. Just Vhat these events arc to be we are  not permitted to know, but it "may be safely put  xloxvniiasiccri^  been victorious at Verdun, there will soon bc the  opening of lhe big drive on the Western front by  thc British and French. War reports of the past  few days have been more than usually hazy, and  it is next to impossible to know just what gains  lhe enemy made at Verdun, or if these gains can  have any material bearing on the general situation in.the West. It will bc interesting to learn  lhe full meaning of M. Ribot's words. In thc  meantime we may accept them for their full  value. So unqualified a statement would hardly  be made if it were not intended to bc so taken.  words of praise regarding the efficient and satisfactory manner in which thc manager, supported  by a loyal office staff, had carried on thc business  of tlie year.  It was pointed out by the directors at the meeting' lhat while thc orchard pack crate had been  subject to abuse lhc past season, it was the intention of Central to continue this pack for 1916, under conditions which would largely do away with  thc possibility of a repetition of last season's  abuses.   Manager Jackson reported as follows:  "The Central management is working out  plans which will provide in operations for 1916:  1���������������������������More genuine co-operation between locals  and Central in picking, grading, packing and  handling their tonnage in order that wc may obtain a more uniform and a higher standard of  grades.  2���������������������������More care in assembling, scientific loading  and better service in transit.  3���������������������������Wider distribution of all our products.  4���������������������������Wiser   distribution,   specializing on   lines  which 1915 results appear unfavorable to Central  5���������������������������Gradual extension of our selling organization wherc such extension will mean reduction in  overhead charges and superior service.  . 6���������������������������Special plans for strengthening, locals,who  arc handicapped by keen local competition.  7���������������������������Efficiency and "economy.  "Wc arc hopeful of making our, tonnage equal  2,000 cars and our total sales pass lhc million  mark, and, further to reduce our cost of doing a  dollar's worth of business to less than nine cents.  "Your president, executive and central board  of directors have assisted  the manager wholehearted. Thc same measure of assistance and cooperation in 1916 will enable Central to show  better comparative results for 1916 operations  than was accomplished in the year 1915."  POWER OF 42-CENTIMETRE MORTAR  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Ball Programmes  Butter Wrappers  Duplicate Billing Forms     -f"s  Envelopes  Price Lists  *t  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter)  Posters  Wedding Stationery '"  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Invitations  Visiting Cards  All Lines of Ruled and Unruled Writing Paper      '  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  THE  WALKER   PRESS  PREPARING FOR LARGE CAMP  Advices from Ottawa definitely confirm the  report published last week thai thc central mobilization camp at Vernon will .again be used this  year. There is stated to be a strong probability  of practically all the overseas batalions now at  full strength and the proposed regiment for  which authorization has already been granted,  being concentrated for training in thc Okanagan  during the summer. The 67th Western Scots of  Victoria, are not, of course, included in this category, as that unit has received its marching orders. In the event of all the Iroops being concentrated at the Vernon camp there will be nearly  15,000 men under canvass there. No transfer  will be effected before May 1, this being considered the earliest time for a start on summer  training under field conditions.  Thc following arc detailed facts relative to the  famous German 42-ccnlimctrc howitzer, used by  the Huns to batter thc forts at Verdun and which  so far have failed to break through the French  line:  Weight of thc gun power 97 4-5 tons  Weight of the platform 41 1-4 tons  Length of barrel 16 ft. 5 in.  Weight of shell  885 pounds  Length _oJ,_shell...._..... ..._..._..._���������������������������..........i_._.._4_ft 2 in.  Number of parts in thc gun  172  Railroad cars needed to transport it  12  Foundation must bc sunk to a depth of . .26 feet  Liege was shelled from a distance of... .14 miles  Casualties caused by first shot  1,700  Casualties caused by second shot ....."..'���������������������������". 2,300  Namur'aiid Maubeuge held out each ....-.. 2 shots  Fort Specr, Huy, held out-.-./............ 1 shot  Putting up gun takes ....... .">.... .25-26 hours  Adjustment of range by other guns-laslcd 6 hours  Gun discharged from a distance of ... .300 yards  All windows broken within radius of ..2l/2 miles  Each shot costs  $2,618  To serve lhc gun it lakes   200 men  The gun crew proper wear protectors over  their mouths, eyes ancl cars and lie on their  stomachs to keep from being injured by thc  shock of thc discharge. Thc entire gun emplacement is mined and the engineer in charge is  sworn to blow up the gun if it is in any danger  of capture.  KEEP EVERLASTINGLY AT IT  Did thc thought ever occur to you what you  might have been in life? . Thc tiling that hurts is  that you never tried real hard.   Perhaps you were  a quitter.   Perhaps you whined about not getting  the chance and then laid it all lo fate.  No one reaches the acme of ambition, and yet:  "No star is ever lost wc once have seen,  Wc always may be what wc might have been."  Some people live on sneers.   Most individuals  run in herds.   They never understand the man of  pronounced individuality.   So let the mob howl.  Thank God you have a purpose in life and the  howling of thc pack is like music because it is thc  sign of success.    No real success comes in  a  hurry.   The fields arc full of slicks from burnt-  out sky-rockets. The man who was most brilliant  in school is very probably selling lace in a novelty  store while the 'stupid ass' who sal next lo him  is president of a munition factory or an ice trust.  RECRUITS   WANTED  FOR OVERSEAS   .  JOIN THE OKANAGAN COMPANY  OF THE 172nd BATTALION C. E. F.  "The Cariboo Rangers"  CAPT. P. De Lautour, O.C.,  Box '122, Vernon, B.C.  Tel. 230 and 3105  Recruiting Office al Frank Spencers  Barnard Ave., Vernon, B.C.  con save tiik kino  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon ht 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  R. E. WHEELER  W.M.  W. J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K.of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  R. E. HARKINS, C. C.  G. W. HUGHES. K. U.S.  R. .I.COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  antortninments.    For rates, i-tc, address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  M  ISS V. WALTER-HUGHES,  (Certificated Higher Div., R. A. M.)  Pupil Tor Ihe past live years of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Ox for., and Miss Oberhofier, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte and in voice  Production and Musical Then y.  For terms apply to Box 583, City.  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbou  nd                    N  10.20 lv.  Sicamous  10.53-  Mara  11.00  Grindrod  11.24  ENDERBY  11.50  Armstrong  12.00  Realm  12.11  Larkin  12.38  Vernon  13.00 ar.  Okanagan Ldg.  Northbound  ar. 18,30  17.41  17.24  17.08  16.38  16.28  16.15  15.48  lv. 15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  >   SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  _AJb_c_rta,_tJi____ukonVi:erritor-y,=,the_  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty- ���������������������������  one ycars at. an annual rental of %\  an acre. Not more than 2500 acres  will be leased to one .applicant.  Application for a* lease must bc  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  siluated.  In surveyed territory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in iiiisurveyed territory thc Iract  applied for shall be striked out by  the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 35 which will bc  refunded if lhe rights applied for  arc nol available, but not otherwise.  A royalty shall be.paid on the'merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish Ihe Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full'  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay Ihe royally thereon.  If thc coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include lhc coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as mav  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bc made to thc Secretary of  the Deparlmenl of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of thc Interior.  N.B.--Unauthorized publication   f  this advertisement will nol be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  :sz'hi  SiSi7\  Afternoon lea and other light refreshments served al Joe's. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  THURSDAY, MARCH 23,1916  NO ALUM  V^Xre plainly*7  *fAGlc  BAKING  Big Decrease  in Population  The provincial health hoard has  Hied a report which.*_ tales lhat lhc  population ol* BrMis.i Columbia has  decreased ��������������������������� approximately 25 per  cenl since the outbreak of the war.  The aclual reduction 'is placed at  100,000. The general depression  jirevailing throughout the Province  i.s said lo have been responsible for  50,000 people removing from ils  bounds, while lhc cessation of railway activity led to a further reduction of fully 20,000. War condilions account for lhe remaining  30,000, covering men who have en-  lisled or gone to the fronl, munition workers who have gone to lhe  Old Counlry, elc.  Dinner  Gold Rand Dinner Sets, 96 pes.  $2000  . Marble Pattern, 123 pieces  $20.00  Blue Band, 97 pieces,  $2195  Plain While, 98 pieces  $1000  W. T. Woods  IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE  "Mr. A. Fulton i.s a consistent advertiser. He makes his ads talk  straight from lhe shoulder. Hc  tells his palrons what he has lo offer, new or special, and he gives  lhe price. This is the kind of advertising lhal pays. Al no lime  has he given evidence of lhe need  of foot-warmers, bul, war or no  war, he has continued week by  week to keep his business Hag  Hying.  .Another local advertiser who has  made his advertising pay i.s Mr. .1.  E. Crane. Not only has he made it  pay Mr. Crane, but he has made il  an asset to lhe community���������������������������by  bringing new business to lown and  holding the old. And perhaps there  is no business so dillicull Urinake  pay when limes are dull as the  music store business. Yet Mr. Crane  has weathered lhe storm, and he is  in a belter position loday than ever  to cope with condilions. He is adding to his slock some of the best  articles in his line even shown in  Enderby. He has made his store  a   real  business  asset  lo  lhc  com-  murily.  And just lake a glance at the cx-  cellenl growth of lhc firm of  Teece & Son. When other men  were seriously considering going  oul of the Hour and feed business,  and against competition from all  sides, lhis firm jumped inlo il. Inconsistency in'business and a clean  cut advertising policy "they have  won tlie patronage of a large circle of buyers." They have added  to Lhe business as circumstances  would permit, and are now aboul  to make a move thai will add further Lo their usefulness to the community.    Walch and feee.  $250.00  Edison  Phonog^  Will be drawn for Saturday  evening, March 25th. Only  a few tickets left.-- If you  hold a ticket,  be 'on hand.  A'Mind in lhc Past  All who saw lhc opening episode  of "The Diamond from the Sky"  enjoyed Ihe rich humor of Mar-  maduke Smythe in his experiences  in Ihe west. In chapter eight,  which will be shown al lhc Opera  House lhis' week, this splendid  character will again appear, and  a hearty laugh will bc enjoyed by  till. In lhis chapter Magar is discovered where, she was hidden by  Blair, bul her mind has lied. Strap  McGee, a I ramp, lakes lhe diamond  from Ihe colored boy who found  il, ancl shows it to lhc keeper of a  Chinese "hop joint" The tramp i.s  murdered and lhe jewel i.s draped  about the neck of lhc figure Lung,  lhe god of lhe sky. Vivian and  Blair, in a slumming parly, discover   Ihe   diamond.  PREMIER BOWSER NOT DEAD  'Opposition followers have been  shedding crocodile tears over me.  They have been saying lhat I am in  a dying condition. But I am  neither dying physically nor politically." This is the substance  of Premier Bowser's brilliant address in lhe House on Monday. The  Premier, in lhe forccfulness and  vigor of his remarks, and. in lhc  sustained power of his voice and  delivery,. ' demonstrated lhal the  stories of his failing physical  slrenglh were largely unfounded.  Willi logical arguments, backed by  figures, he conveyed Ihe impression that as/Premier he is not dying politically either,; although the  Liberal leaders in the legislature  suggested that it was* common  knowledge that he was.  The legislature on Monday unanimously agreed to the request  contained in the resolution submitted by Mr/ M. A. Macdonald,  Liberal-..member for Vancouver, for  the'appointment, of a'select committee to enquire inlo the payment  by the Province of .$300,000 on account of the purchase of lhe Kitsi-  lano Indian reserve. The committee will consist of Messrs. Ernest  Miller (chairman), Parker Williams, Thomas Gilford,. L. W. Shatford and M. A, Macdonald.  Didn't Censor  the. Ads  All records of lhe newspaper  censorship have been surpassed by  that of lhe Toulouse Ecole Laiquc,  a four-page Paris weekly, of  which three and Ijiree-quarlcr  pages are entirely blank, only a  few lines of advertisements remaining afler. lhc censor had finished with il. On lhe day aflcr il  was issued the editor received lhis  telegram from 'An Old Subscriber':  "Continue your magnificent campaign.' You have my enthusiastic  support."  1-1'alchi'ng Eggs, from pen "of selected lavers; imported ma:le from  200-egg hen.    $1.00 for 12 eggs.  SOWDEN, Enderby  .   FOR  SALE _  One learn of horses, weighing  aboul 1000 pounds each; one bug-  gie, almost new; one light wagon;  one set light sleighs; one set double  harness; one set single harness.  . Will sell all together or separately.    Bargain for immediate sale.  FULTON    HARDWARE   CO.,    Lid.  Enderby, B.C.  Dairy Supplies and Prices  We have the most complet e line ever stocked in town.  We sell the Eureka Sanitary Crock Barrel Churns at the  following low prices: No.  1    ....$12.90  No.  2 $13.50 No. 3  $14.85  We also stock Beatty Bros.'   Daisy Barrel  Churns. Prices:  No. 1 ........$9.50        No. 2    .....$10.50  No.  3  $11.50 0  Butter Crocks, 1 gallon wi th cover   75c  Butter Crocks, 2 gallon, with cover .............. .$1.00  Butter Crocks, 3 gallon, w ith cover   $1.25  Crock Dask Churns   $2.25  Butter Prints and Ladles o f all kinds.  Eureka Garden Seeders an d Cultivators  .$14.50  Large Wheat Cultivator, o nly     $8.00 each  Double Wheat Cultivator,   only $9.00 each  Bissell's Carpet Sweepers   $4.00  O-Cedar Mops, large size,  $1.50; small $1.00  We also stock the MOTOR WASHER,   the   easiest-working  'hand-  poiver Washing Machine ever made    Price       $10-J j  Puritan  Wafer. .Motor.  Washer,  Price ipiO.UU  McCLARY'S   Stoves  and   Ranges always in slock.  Look our stock over.   You will find  il  complete  with  thc  goods  you want at the lowest market prices al all times.  ENDERBY'S   BIG   HARDWARE STORE.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  The Home Paper  In community building the one  asset of incalculable value is the  home newspaper. In whatever else  it'may fail, in lhis one respect,- of  ringing.true,to every local interest,  J. E. CRANE,  Proprietor  FRESH  FISH  il speaks out in no uncertain way.  Usually the newspaper is far in advance of the commimily. fl has  ambitions which carry it forward,  and it reflects ideas lhat arc some-  limes regarded as oul of place.  Why? They are associated wilh  enterprises which seem lo he beyond local hopes and capabilities.  The home -newspaper-i.s -the- best  friend of every community, and  when it does ils best, al some sacrifices occasionally, in order lo  prove Ihe consistency ol* its policy  it can depend upon lhe support of  tiie people.���������������������������Exchange.  lion. Martin liurrell Recovering  An Ollawa dispatch says: Hon.  Martin Burrell, minister of agricullurc, who was so severely burnt  aboul the. head and arms in lhc  parliament buildings fire as lo bc  confined lo his room ever since,  left lhis afternoon for the south.  Mr. Burrell has almost recovered  from his injuries and lhere are  hopes that he will not be perman-  enliv scarred.  77ic  Thoughtful  Editor  Editors, as a rule, are noted  being kindhearled and liberal,  exchange tells a story which i  (rates this point A subsci  died and left fourteen years'  scription unpaid. Thc editor  pcarcd as ihe lid of the collin  being screwed down and put  linen duster, a thermomele  palm leaf fan, and a recipe  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER ! making ice.  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  for  An  lliis-  ���������������������������iber  sub-  iip-  was  in a  i",   a  for  The Largest Piano Inning Business  intiieWest  T got this by giving satisfaction  wilh years of factory and other valuable experience. It is wilh me a  matter of business conscience to  have every instrument* at its best,  in fine action and tone, regulating  mr*wcl Vat^ltrniiTgrgi v hrg=an-a ppr e-  dative ear and all with consideration for good music in trueniss and  beauty of lone lhal is possible, and  value' for their money. This the  manufacturers know builds up the  reputation of Iheir instruments also  and this is whv I am highly recommended by the best piano firms,  being the best authority in Canada.  ALVIN E. PERKINS  T w ill 1 ve i "iV' E "hi I cr by"" "sometime  during April. Orders may bc left  wilh Mr. .1. E. Crane, or al lhc  ollice of lhe Walker Press.  FOR SALE  I find that I must close out my  Cement Building Block and  Brick business in Enderby, and  am prepared to dispose of the  following:  One   Building   Lot,   00x120,  with storehouse and worksheet.  Two Cement Brick Machines,  Building Block Machine,  Veneer Block Machine,  Pier Block Machine,  Moulds for Cemetery Supplies  Any reasonable oiler considered.   Cash or terms.   For further particulars apply���������������������������  J. S. JOHNSTONE,       Enderby  SEALED /TENDERS superscribed  "Tenders for Water. Transport,  Sicamous lo Six Mile Creek, Mara  Lake." will be received bv the Hon.  Minister of Public Works until 31sl  March, 1910, for Ihe transport between Sicamous, B.C., and the proposed Internment Road Camp at  Six Mile Creek, Mara Lake, B.C;,  and also a rate for transport of  freight between, thc siding on the  Shuswap and Okanagan- Railway  opposite Ihe Six Mile Point and the  said Inlenimeiil Camp, of all Government officials and employees,  military ollicers, men and interned  aliens, and Government and mili-  lary supplies and equipment (including explosives) the said transport service lo lake effect upon lhc  termination of the Internment  Camp at Two Mile Point, Mara  Lake.  Freight Service  Tenders .hall state:���������������������������  Rale per ton from Sicamous to  the proposed Internment Camp,  also from Six Mile Siding to the  said camp, consignments 200 lbs.  and under to be loaded and unloaded by the contractors, consign-  nrents���������������������������over���������������������������200���������������������������lb.sf=to==be==Ioatle(L  and   unloaded   by   the   consignees,  Poultrymen  Numerous enquiries have been  made at The Press office for.  the names of breeders of the  various varieties of utility  fowl. If you have birds for  sale or eggs for setting, try a  small ad in The Press for quick  results. An inch ad one month  will cost one dollar.  any part of a ton to be paid for at  a proportionate rale. Men transported for lhe purpose of loading  freight lo be carried free.  Weights staled on bills of lading  of   lhc   Canadian   Pacific   Railway.  Company   lo  be   accepted  by   the  Contractor.  Thc Contractor to be responsible  for loss or damage lo goods  from.  lhc time, goods are loaded on boat  until delivered at Camp.  Passenger Service  ** Tenders shall slate price per  head for carrying, passengers on  regular 'rips and price per head  (and ammunition price) for carrying passengers on special trips, and  a special return rale for ollicers  and men  in uniform.  Number   of   Trips '  Three regular trips to bc made  per day to connect with C.P.R.  trains.  Mail Matter  All mail mailer lo be carried free  of charge on regular and special  trips when pul on board thc boat.  Thc lowest or any tender not  necessarilv accepted.  .     J.  E.  GRIFFITH.  Deputy Minister and Public Works  Engineer.  Public Works Department. Victoria, B.C.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-tf  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed���������������������������strictly-���������������������������fresh ;-  30c doz.   Mrs. E. Gray.  Munro & Co.  Dry Goods Specialists  ARMSTRONG  cMillinery  Announce-  n o w  Is thc lime lo order your Spi  Suit. Customer's own mate  made up. Prices from $15 up.  eal agent for Canadian Apparel^  Suits to your measure from $17  Cleaning.   Pressing  and  Repair.  A. E. WEST  Ladies' and Gents' Tailor.  "ing  rial  Lo-  Co.  50.  ment  Mrs. Josephine Watson (of Seattle) is again  in charge of our Millinery Department. She  has just returnd from the opening and is  displaying an excellent range of Smart  Spring Models AT MODERATE PRICES.  VOILE WAISTS  $1.25  MIDDY WAISTS  A big range from QZp  Dainty Styles at  A. MUNRO ������������������ COMPANY

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