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 Enderby, B. C, August 17, 1916  Vol. 9; No. 25;   Whole No. 445  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Mrs. F. S. Stevens is visiting  Seattle.  Mrs H. E. Blanchard, daughter and  son, left for Vancouver Wednesday.  Mrs. G. G. Campbell of Kamloops  is visiting her parents, Mr. ancl Mrs.  H. Greyell.  Mrs. Arthur Reeves ancl Miss  Lange are visiting Vancouver and  coast points.  Mrs. S. II. Speers left for Seattle  on Thursday iast on a visit of a  week or ten days.  Born���������������������������At their home in Mara, on  August 8th, to Mr. ancl Mrs. E. A.  Robertson, a daughter.  Mr. A. R. Rogers, of St. Paul,  Minn., is expected to visit his saw  mill plant here this week.  Born���������������������������At the Cottage Hospital,  Sunday, Aug. 13lh, to Mr. ancl Mrs.  ,Chas. Imanaki, a daughter.  A dance in Hullcar Hall last Friday evening proved a very enjoyable event to a crowded lloor.  Station Agent Burnham and family returned'from a month's'camp  on Okanagan lake this week.  Hon! Price Ellison is spending a  few.days in Enderby ancl district  shaking hands' wilh old friends and"  new. , ' ���������������������������  - *  -   Some   stenographers   can   write  ! 150 words a minute; but many of  them do not seem to care-what the  avords are..       ���������������������������     .'  ,'* * ' ���������������������������_   "���������������������������  "- lt is reported that Chinks arc  now paid $2.25 a clay by the lumber  mills at the coast, as against $1 a  few months ago.-  Mrs. Oltlt'ord and son, Rex,; are  .home again from Alberta, "where  both mother ancl son had a serious  illness on their recent visit.  Thc city tax sale will.be held on  Oct. 13th. To avoid expense of ad:  vertising, etc., tax arrears must be  paid not later than Sept. 18th.  Threshing was finished at the  Hassard Farm this week, and harvesting there is at an end. The yield  was normal in all lines, and of good  quality.  The ladies of the Red Cross who  have work finished for the Socicly  are asked to kindly bring it in as  soon as possible so as to enable another shipment to be made.  A number of Enderbyites enjoyed  the patriotic dance given in Mara  Hall last Friday .evening, thc good  iTeTplc^oPthat^village^otitstripping-  themselves to make the affair the  success  the object  deserved.  After reading the newspapers in  B.  Napoleon Simard recently finished installing a new water system on his Mabel Lake ranch, having tapped a spring half a mile  away ancl piped the water to his  house and barn.  Sam Maguire of Salmon Arm was  in Enderby a few hours on Friday  last, on his return from Kelowna,  where he attended a Liberal meeting addressed by Messrs. Brewster  ancl McDonald, of Vancouver.  An emergency meeting of. thc  Woman's Club will be held at the  house of Miss Forster, Enderby, on  Aug.'lOth, at 2.30 p.m. Business:  To discuss plans for the coming  referendum on Woman's Suffrage."  Thc settlers of Mabel Lake have  brought in a thoroughbred Holstein  bull, under Government regulations,  for breeding purposes. - The animal  is kept at Chas. Parkinson's place,  a central point for both the Mabel  Lake Valley ancl Trinity Valley.  Mrs. J. H. Carefoot, accompanied  by her neice, Miss Violet Lougheed,  of Toronteo, is visiting her brother  in West Summerland ��������������������������� this week.  At, thc conclusion of Iheir Summerland visit Miss Lougheed will  ���������������������������continue'south, going to Rossland,  and.thence to Collingw'ood, Ont.  The closing episodes of , "the  Diamond from the Sky" are now  being,shown Friday ancl Saturday  evenings ih thc Opera House. The  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������summing -up of the-story, is intensely interesting, arid the remaining chapters will be filled with exciting climaxes and honeysuckle  moments.   '  The first Conservative meeting.of  the campaign will be held at the  Enderby Opera House next Saturday-" afternoon, Aug.' 19th. at 3  o'clock, when the Hon. W. J. Bowser ancl Hon. Price Ellison will address the electors on the political  questions of the clay. This is the  first time Premier Bowser has addressed the public of Enderby district ancl he will no doubt be heard  by a large audience.  ********************  APPRAISING   FARMS  Messrs.Duncan and Smith, of* *  * the   Agricultural   Credit   Com- *  * mission, arc in the city for .the-*  * purpose   of   appraising   farms.*  * on    which    loans    are * being *  * asked   under* thc   Agricullural *  * Credits Act, 1915.  From  Enderby these gentle- *  * men   will   visit  Grindrod   and *  * Mara, then will double hack' to *  * Armstrong   ancl   other   points *  * south.. They expect to he in lhe/ '  * Valley for the month of August. *  * Farmers who have applica- *  .* tions in for loans will find it to *  '* their advantage to bc. at home *  * when    Messrs..  Duncan    ancl *  * Smith   call   to   appraise   their *  * farms.  * ���������������������������  ********************  BRITAIN'S GREAT TASK  It is by comparison with the past  that we Ciin best realize the magni:  tude of the problem with -which  Great Britain is'faced today, said  Mr.-McKinna, in a London interview a few clays ago, as he recalled  facts relating to Britain's financial"  mobilization. "You know our present expenditure is at, the rate' of  about $25,000,000-<o,v.day.*-;or-about,  $9,125,000,000'a year. All tliat was  spent by us during the many.years  of revolutionary and Napoleonic  wars would not suffice for six  months of the present struggle. Our  last war in South Africa' cost us  .$1,250,000,000 and lasted two ancl  one-half years. Today this sum  would bc used in less than -two  months. The" American civil war  was particularly cosily, but the $3,-  330.000.000 which historians say  was spent by the northern states  during those four years is ecpial to.  little more lhan four months of our,  present    expenditures,    yet    these  enormous figures are not out of proportion lo our task. '  "We have kept lhe seas of thc  world open for ourselves ancl, our  allies. Wc closed them to our enemies. An army so small as to be  thought negligible at the beginning  of the war has been expanded in  less than Iwo years into a force  competing in size and equipment  with those vast continental armies  which had taken generations to  build up."  DUNCAN���������������������������ELLIOTT  NUPTIALS  A very pretty wedding took place  al the home of Mrs. A. Duncan,  Tuesday afternoon at 2* o'clock,  when the Rev. J. A. Dow pronounced the words thai made Wm.  E. Duncan and Miss Hazel Elliott,  captain and mate of- another ship  of life set sailing on the sea,of matrimony. These young people are  known to one and. all-in Enderby  and district. They have a host of  friends in alLcirclcs who send with  them "out upon life's journey.their  sincercst'good-wishes. -    y ;  "' The home "was beautifully decorated.* .The simple,...service, was  witnessed by only thc hear friends  and ��������������������������� relatives of 'the bride- and  groom, Mrs. Miles, mother of'the  bride,- coming- froin, Whitcnian's  Landing,^Okanagan ...Lake,..and .her  sister, Madge/'comingTronrSeatller*  The bride .was given away by her  brother, Arthur, and she was supported by her sister. The groom's  best man was his long-time friend,  Roy Wheeler. * The" bride was  charmingly attired in while, crepe  de Chine, and carried a bouquet of  roses.  Following thc bridal lea Mr. and  Mrs. Duncan were driven to Mabel  Lake where they will camp for a  week or ten clays, after which they  will-visit points on Okanagan Lake  before taking up anew~ their residence in Enderby.  TOBACCO^FUND NEEDS  The  ladies of  the  Enderby Tobacco Fund report having received*  thc  following  donations  for comforts for the boys at thc fronl since-  Ihe last published list:  Mr.   Winter    $1.00  Mr.   Poison' ... Vl.OO''  Mr.   Gray  1.00  Mr. Pound' 50  Mr. Doerflinger. .12 Bars Chocolate  These cash contributions bring  the amount so far received for the  parcels soon lo go out/-up to $25.'  As there are some 30 Enderby boys  now Overseas, and the amount, required for each in addition to the  socks, etc., already prepared, is in  the neighborhood of $1.50, thc  amount still required is $25 or $30;'  ancl the ladies would be delighted if  all who are disposed to aid in this  work and have not yet contributed  would send n their amounts as.soon  as possible.  LA TEST, WAR SUMMARY ,  - Very little progress has been reported from the'Western front1 the';  past week.; Two days ago thcJGerV  mans recaptured some, .of-Uhcy  ground taken fronf'them.by-the Bri-y  lisir troops, but a late"' report "-from";  London stales,, that-.' most ^ofy this;-  ground, near Poziercs, is" again.held y  by the British.. ,'-*'*V.<V-'~-~*V : :  On the Eastern1 front the Russians-:  !u*e-*;keeping"vthc-'A'ustrians^ori:-.*the.  ru"n,";a'nd it is now stated'that Lemberg. is- about to Tall,into Russian',  hands again, with the possibility ofthc'capture by thc Russians of the.  retreating enemy, armies now/defending that centre.  .The Kalians' this week captured",  from the Austrians the stronghold  on the Lsonzo front, Gorizia, and are  now reported to bc following upthe  victory with a strong advance.into  Austrian  territory.  INTERESTING   WAR  TALK  s-sYizi  "J. 'VV^I  ,,., r.,u-~fi  . * "Vic?* Ml  -'-_ -"ex*?"* I  "; '".-*". 'Vl  - '<SSi  ',     -'I }���������������������������-���������������������������',  VaV  C. the Greenwood Ledge has  come to the conclusion lhal there  is an awful bunch of pot robbers,  horse thieves, cow rustlers, and villains running for the legislature in  this Province.  According lo a heart specialist, il  one retires to bed al ten instead of  twelve he saves the heart 370,000  foot-pounds a year. Lying down  hall* an hour daily lessens-the labor  of lhc heart in the same period by  219.000 fool-pounds.  Mrs. IL W. Bischell, wife of Mr.  Bischcll, salesman of Ihe Okanagan  Saw Mills.Ltd., accompanied hy her  sister, Miss P. Kuelin, of Calgary,  arrived in Enderby lhis week.  They have taken the vicarage home  for the summer months.  Elmer Black this week gave up  his position with Dill Bros, with the  intention of joining thc medical  corps at Vernon. He left Wednesday evening for Spokane, Wash., to  visit his mother and will return by.  the end of August to go into camp  at Vernon.  Colonel Lowery thinks the worship of the dollar in Canada is the  main reason-why our governments  are so corrupt, and he says it is  diflicult for public men to be honest  when their coattails are always being pulled by a bunch of grafting  lleshpot seekers.  Mr. J. Walter-Hughes left for  Nanaimo Wednesday evening to  take one of thc schools of that city.  Miss Hughes preceded her father a  week or two, going from Enderby  to Victoria. In their year's residence in Enderby Mr. Hughes and  daughter made many warm friends  who wish them well in their new  field of labor.  Joe's ice cream sodas will make  you forget your troubles.  Vancouver has had a taste of "Billy" Sundae.   It-is  not-certain-yehwhelhci-theHike-the=crcamj!-subslanGe-  thc famous baseball cvan-  good  gathered under onc  or not.   Onc Ihing is certain,  gelist drew the largest crowd ever  roof in Vancouver, and the biggest in,Canada lo hear  anything in the way of a lecture or political speech.  The'famous "Billy" Sunday was listened to by no less  lhan 12,000 people, ancl lhe newspapers say" il was a  marvellous meeting in many respects.  Prior to the coming of the Rev. Dr. William Sunday  to Vancouver, there wasjiiojreorless protest on Ihe part  of ascertain section of lhe coast metropolis' society  against his coming, and an indignation meeting was  called lo permit some of the Simon Pure to tell how  indignant lhcy fell at the notorious "Billy" setting fool  upon lhe sterilized sidewalks of lhal virtuous city.  But somehow, after lhe people had gathered lo hear  the indignation bubble over, the chaste males who had  called the meeting, didn't have the nerve to gel upon  the platform and talk. The result was, lhat after sitting around for half an hour or so, waiting for the indignant virgins of male gender to say something, the  indignation meeting was turned into a recruiting meeting, and whatever indignation there was passed off in  these words published over his signature by .1. Francis  Bursill: "By permitting "Billy" Sunday to pollute the  city with his presence Vancouver has chilled the enthusiasm I have had for the city's advance. And I feel  that I shall not live long enough to see the art galleries,  the polytechnics, the swimming baths, etc., which Vancouver will have to build to atone for ils disgrace."  It is clearly apparent from this spasm by the purified Mr. Bursill that things are really serious in Vancouver. No doubt if "Billy" Sunday and his business  manager, "Ma" Sunday, had known there were such  high-strung, modest souls in Vancouver as the J. Francis Bursill, they would have avoided bringing to them  the sting of death that must cause their enthusiasm to  chill and die. But there are some thousands of other  Vancouverites who are not so thin-skinned, ancl 12,000  of them rather enjoyed hearing the clerical baseball  acrobat. If wc can believe the newspaper reports of  thc Prohibilion meeting addressed by "Billy" Sunday  it was as  -di-vine,^wJio,Vs.  his audience by  as a circus lo be there. Thc famous  an_.adcpLaiLJbrowi_ng_sIang, captured  his sensational acrobatic stunts in con  nection with what hc said. Il was nol his argument so  much as his other "ments" lhat swayed his hearers.  But they were .swayed. "Talk aboul regulating the  saloon," yelled "Billy," "you might as well talk about  regulating a powder mill in hell." "The saloons have  got our boys and girls so near lo hell," he continued,  "lhat wc can smell the fumes of lhc sulphur, and it is  no use Irving lo save Ihem with the Y. M. C. A. and the  W. C. T. U. and other means unless we first kill the  source of lhe trouble and wipe out thc trallic." And  then "I3illy" urged his hearers lo support the B. C Prohibition Acl, which specifically provides for Ihe manufacture and sale of liquor in the Piovinee in bulk, but  not by lhc glass.  Another Siuulayism which is used to show the power  of lhe liquor trallic for evil i.s this: "We've got kids  who have not yet sprouted long breeches who know  more about sin lhan Melhusaleh; there are Utile frizzle-  lop sissies not yet sprouting long dresses who know  more about vice than did Iheir great grandmothers,  when they were 75 ycars old." All of which proves  the power of the church, the schools, colleges, etc., and  the home life of our people in influencing lhe lives of  these "kids" and "sissies" who have been in their  training since infancy, ancl never have known the taste  of anything stronger than a soft drink.  Here are a few more Suntlayisms, which we think  you will admit are lurid if not complimentary: "The  damnable, hell-born, whisky-soaked, hog-jowled, rum-  soaked moral assassins have damned this community  long enough." "God likes a lillle humor, as evidenced  by lhc fact that he made lhe monkey, the parrot and  some of you people." "Thc bars of lhc church are so  low lhat any old hog wilh two or three suils of clothes  and a bank roll can crawl through." "I sometimes hear  a man say 'It's nobody's business howl live.' Then I  say he is the mosl dirty, low-born, whisky-soaked, beer  guzzling, bull-necked, foul-moulhed hypocrite that ever  had a brain rotlcn enough lo conceive such a statement and lips vile enough to utter il."  An illustrated lecture on the war  in France ancl Flanders was given  in the Enderby Opera House Tuesday evening by Mons. G. Marcel Andre, of Paris, France. Thc lecturer  was given a very responsive hearing ancl his burner and descriptive  talks in connection with the pic-  lures shown were greatly appreciated. In telling of the ravages of  -war,=Mi^\udrG^said=thcJoss-ofJLre=  was small indeed compared to the  loss of other wars in proportion lo  the magnitude of thc operations.  II had been estimated, hc said, that  only three men oul of every hundred in action were killed lighting,  while the per centage of wounded  was 15 oul of'every hundred. Of  the fifteen wounded, hc said, twelve  recovered and were either sent to  their homes or went back to the  lighting liiie^- - -- - -  Last week an Austrian prisoner  of war escaped from lhe inlcrn-  inent camp al Sicamous, and on  Sunday he was found in Ihe vicinilv of'Trinity Valley by Fire Warden Hawes, who reported his  whereabouts lo the military police  at Vernon, and ollicers were seal  with Mr. Hawes to make Ihe capture. The man-was found asleep in  a havstack, and was brought lo  Enderbv, where he was detained by  Constable Bailey until Monday,  when he was laken to Sicamous by  a patrol squad'sent by boat to return him lo camp. He gave his name  as Antone Zcremica.  W. J. Woods lhis week completed  the large barn on his river fronl  farm, north of Enderby, and has it  in shape lo receive his grain and  hay crop and ready for his live  slock when the cold weather begins. -Mr. Woods is rapidly adding  lo his dairy cattle and slock of  hogs, and has made lhe ranch pay  big returns from thc first season he  had it, when it was raw bush land.  Just to hand, new range of Prints,  Gnlalcas ancl Cinderella Clolh. S.  II. Speers.   Greed on one side and envy on  the other is lhe real cause of the big  war in Europe. .  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, August 17, 1916.  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WAI.KKR  Published every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C.  Walker   Press.  at  $2   per  year,   by  the  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion,  25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising, $1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1916  PREMIER BOWSER A SURE WINNER  Il is nol to bc expected thai the Conservative  party will bc returned to power in B. C. by the  overwhelming majority il has bad the past term  of ollice. U would not bc desirable if it were  quite possible. In these times, a-strong Opposition is a good Ihing for any Government, and particularly for Premier Bowser. The Premier is a  man who is nol al his best if unopposed. Me  fighls best when he has a slrong man opposing  him. But he wanfs no weakling or political  ward-heclcr on lhc lloor against him. Wc fully  expect lo sec Premier Bowser returned to power.  We do not expecL to sec him conic back wilh as  large a majority. Bul lhis is of little consequence  compared lo lhc larger question of having a  strong man at the head ol" lhc Government. This,  after all, is thc main issue. Premier Bowser has  been in close touch wilh Provincial business for  lhe past decade. It would be a serious loss lo  make a change al this lime. Thc following expression by llie Calgary News-Telegram voices  the impression of thinking men in connection  wilh Provincial political mailers:  "The News-Telegram will be surprised if lhe  Bowser administration docs not go back with a  -mibsl *u 11 li a H~n l; i j ori lyr^WcH m veH lea rd^a^good  many charges against Bowser and his colleagues.  Six monlbs ago lhe people of British Columbia  believed Ihem, and, had an eleelion been then,  .the Government would have been hopelessly defeated. But, as we see il, a distinct change has  come over B. C. because of business or for some  .other reason,' and "'Bowser is coming back"  slrong. His aggressive legislation al the last ses-  ._sLo.n__oiVlJiaJegislaLure-.has-had_nuich-to-'tlo_Avith-  Ihe change. Mosl politicians, if con Iron led. with  lhe troubles which faced Bowser, would have  "laken to lhe lall limbers,' as il were. Bill he  'slacked up' against lhe big odds againsl him,  pushed llirough lhe most imposing program of  progressive and aggressive legislation ever al-  lempled hy a Canadian Government under similar circumstances, and lhc result is discernible  even from lhis dislance."  been atrocious," says he. "It has been especially1  bad in thc giving out of contract work." This  writer names over various contract deals which  have been made by thc authorities whereby the  Government has been "bled" by grafters. In the  omnibus deal he says thc War Ollice pays ������������������817,-  000 instead of ������������������98,000. "And," he adds, "there is  the quick-change liner, the Aquitania, converted  successively inlo an armed cruiser, a liner, a  transport, a hospilal ship, a liner,oand so on until  seven limes���������������������������each change lo lhe tunc of ������������������40,000."  There is, he says, a mania for "relurns," which  has cost the country millions of pounds, and he  say, it will cosl the country millions more.  Meanwhile, "Mr. Hayes Fisher, answering a  question in the Mouse on the subject of Civil Liabilities, said lhal there had been 52,137 applications,V)f which 11,833 had been granted���������������������������representing an annual payment of ������������������190,0-17, or an  average of (is. 2d. per week." Thc writer concludes wilh lhe remark: "II is nol a question of  any special commillcc or department being lo  blame. 11 is a question of outlook, il is a question  of sense of proportion. To thc contractor as much  as hc asks, to lhc soldier or lhe soldier's wife as  lillle as you dare."  This writer reproduces extracts from letters  from British soldiers a I the front which go lo  show lhat the hoys ih thc trenches are doing a  bit of thinking along wilh lhcir lighting: "Thimble-rigging and petty larceny appear 'respectable  by comparison wilh lhcir methods. . . No one  seems to be alive lo the evils and able lo grapple  with the money-thieves," writes onc, and then  on wilh the suggestion lhal "if onc or Iwo highly  respectable citizens were shot a I dawn one line  day for systematic robbery and extortion it would  be a gentle hint to the rest lo make commercialism a good deal sweeter and healthier." Anolhcr  writes from the trenches: "A lot of good men arc  being killed here for doing what is right, and I  think il would be a very good thing indeed if a  few died for doing what is wrong. They would get  short shrift ii" tried by a jury from thc trenches."  "When the boys come home," lhis writer says,  "and iind lhal lhe missus and lhc kids arc pinched  and pale, ('jusl a packet of bones, good Lord')  because Mr. So-and-So had lo make a fortune out  of milk or meal or bacon, when lhe boys come  home and find lhe house shut up and lhe missus  and kids gone lo lhe 'Lump,'-when thc boys come  home and lind lhc missus and lhe kids dead���������������������������  'murdered,' they will call it, in their rough way���������������������������  because things got so clear, lhere may bc trouble,  honest gentlemen, and lamp-posts will have an  ugly look."  Thrice the capacity of ordinary grates is given because  the Sunshine grates are three-sided, one side at a time  meeting the fire.   Bulldog teeth smash clinkers easily.  JYhrnacQ  Wouldn't you like to know the cost of installing a Sunshine in your home? Fll gladly give you particulars  without obligation.  809  Headers of thc Vancouver Province will bc dc-  to sec cartoons by Fitzmauricc again on  lhe front page.   "Fitz" is one of lhc besl crayon  artists in Canada  big'uns of America.    This is another  card for the Province.  lighted  and is in. the running with the  drawing  WILL SOMEBODY EXPLAIN  Whal is the difference between a bull-dog mosquito and lhc ordinary kind?  Why shoukLtherc bc a bull-dog mosquito when  there arc so many of the olher kind?  If, as is a fact, only lhe female mosquito bites,  why docs she leave hubby at home, and wherc?  What does the male mosquito Jive on, wherc  docs he gel il and how?  Which is worse when you wan I to go lo  sleep, lhc song of the mosquito or her bite, wherc  and. why?  Who is benefitted by the mosquito; what was  -she-made-foi^by-Avhoiri-aiKUw-h-y-?-    ���������������������������  There are several hundred species of mosquilo;  some do and some don't; who, when, how and  why?  The ordinary mosquito lays her eggs on stagnate waler, from two to four hundred at a time  several limes before she biles ancl you swat her;  others lay one egg al a lime and each egg lloals  on lhe surface of lhe waler because in each egg  tljei ;e js j\ in inn te bubble of air lo keep i t on lop.  Stick a pin in the egg and il sinks and there will  be no mosquilo���������������������������a sure remedy. If, who, which,  how, why and when  Sold by  Fulton   Hardware   Company  ^-aea '    ****^r���������������������������**i**~__^~g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S_____3  Are you going to do any  Building- or Repairing  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling ��������������������������� ���������������������������*..- 10.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding  $1*0.00.      ','  CullBoards .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������....   5.00      ." "    "  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 13.00       ".     "  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding 15.00  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd Enderby  We carry all your requirements in that line: Sealers, Sealer Tops,  Rings and Parawax.   Also orders taken for fruit.  Ous Motto-'���������������������������QUALITY AND SERVICE"-  'PHONE 48  Bell Block,-Enderby  TEECE & SON,  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, ������������������������������������ t���������������������������URPHY Enderby  FRESH  FISH  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  9  More, cows-  bring lhc Nor  -and slill more cows���������������������������is what will  h Okanagan unto its own.  LAND BANKS FOR FARMERS  The movemenl of gold from England indicates  whal country is supplying Clival Britain and her  allies with lhe sinews of war. Since the beginning of shipments for 11)10, a lolal of $212,000,-  000 in gold has been sent from England lo New  York.  WANT AND WASTE  A writer in thc London Daily Sketch calls attention to what he terms lhc "want and waste"  policy of lhe Brilish Government in the conduct  of the war. All wars mean want and waste, and  what lhis writer complains about is only what all  war governments have had lo face in limes of  slress and uncertainty such as lhe Empire faces.  This writer says the Governmenl had a bad lime  ol" il in the debate on Ihe Vote, of Credit for JM50,-  000,000. and he says lhe authorities deserved il.  "Our public services are always wasteful, but  since lhe outbreak of war lhe wastefulness has  Under the new laws providing for lending  money lo farmers, passed by the National Government of the United Stales, provision is made  for lhc establishment of twelve land banks where  farmers will be able lo borrow money on farm  mortgage security at a reasonable rale of interest  and lor relatively long periods. But the  basis of these banks is the co-operative organizations of farmers which will puss upon the credit  oi" those who seek loans. No farmer can borrow  unless he is a shareholder, and for lhis reason  many farmers will prefer lo borrow without investing in land hank shares. As a mailer of fact,  farmers in lhe Stales are already \veU_ supplied  wilh mortgages on reasonable terms. The insurance companies have $640,901,371 in farm mortgages at an average rale of 5.55 per ccnl. Thc new  law says lhat Federal banks shall not charge  more than (> per cent. The farmer will have lo  give the same kind of security he formerly gave,  and lhe new system will not make a good borrower oul of a poor one.  v  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables J  ENDERBY, B. C.  .___ Good^Rigsv Careful Driv;r  ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers ]  Land-seqkers and Tourists invited to give us a trial. '  Don't Forget the  School Supplies  X  50c  ASSORTMENT  6 Scribblers 6 Pencils  1 Bottle Ink 2 Rubbers  1 Penholder and Nib  H.TOMKINSON, Grindrod  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, the Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 25G0 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application  for a lease must be  made by.the applicant in.person,to.  the Agent of sub-Agent of the district in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, ancl  in unsurveyed. territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by.  the applicant himself.  Each application must he accompanied by a fee of So. which will bc  .refunded if JherightsuippIiecVfoiV  are not available, but nol otherwise.  A royalty shall bc paid on thc merchantable output of the mine al the  rale of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish Ihe Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for lhc full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay Ihe royally thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include Ihe coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may bc permitted lo purchase whatever available surface righls as may  be considered necessary for tile  working of thc mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior," Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unauthomcd publication of  this advertisement wiil not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  i%  % &  Thursday, August 17, 1916.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  A PROUD DAY FOR CANADIANS  Writing from Bramshott Pte. G. A. Neve, who  was one of the first to answer the call for men,  says: "I quite realize that it is not all honey for  the man who remains at home to 'cary on' as  usual; still, even to a casual observer, one could  see mistrust entering the business world, especially when thc war developed into a serious  menace to thc British Empire. This lack of cooperation in small communities in times of  national crises, must create an atmosphere which  stagnates all business ventures, and the heavy  demands made on businessmen for patriotic purposes, must bc an added hardship when they can  least all'ord it. Still I believe there is a great  purifying force at work in Iht: world today which  will eventually bring in a saner civilization, and  we shall all feel better for having done our bit.  "1 expect you read an account of the King reviewing thc 4th Canadian Division on July 1st.  We belong to this division now. I do wish you  could have seen it���������������������������20,000 (.Canadians marching  past His Majesty and General French. You would  have been proud of the Canadians that day. The  Canadian artillery was splendid. As batteries  after batteries rolled by it made onc realize how  earnest thc Canadian people are to help crush the  peril that thc world is facing.. I tell you, I was  proud of Canada that day, and it. certainly impressed thc English people that Canada is a great,  country to be reckoned with in the near future.  "Wc have sent-heavy drafts, so wc are being  reorganized. Our time will soon come. . . We  were inspected by General Alderson today. Hc  spoke to me, as I was wearing my South African  ribbon, and wanted to know what unit I had  served with in that campaign.  "Since the big offensive began, I notice there is  really a greater feeling of confidence among the  people here; as it were, people are breathing  easier, and really believe we are gaining."  LEMKE-MANN MOTOR CO.  AS AMERICA SEES IT  Mr. W. J. Lemke returned to Enderby from  Bremerton, Wash., on Monday. It is Mr. Lemke's  intentions to close up his business relations with  thc Okanagan Saw Mills, Ltd., at an early date  and return to Bremerton, where he has entered  into partnership with Mr. H. G. Mann ih the purchase of a garage, and auto supply shop. Mr.  Lemke has held thc important post of chief accountant with the Okanagan Saw Mills ever since  the purchase of the mill and timber limits of the  company by Mr. A. B. Rogers, some ten years ago.  Hc has; been Manager Stevens' right-hand man  ������������������ since Mr. Stevens came tp .the mill, andas a citizen of Enderby Mr. Lemke has filled a niche particularly suited to one-of his versatile and trustworthy character. His place will be difficult to fill,  particularly in connection with his relations to  the public and patrons of the company. In connection with their recent purchase at Bremerton,  the News of that city says: "The garage and  auto supply shop of R. J. Oliver, on Washington,  has been purchased, by Wm. J. Lemke and H. G.  Mann,;recently of Enderby, B. C, and will be  operated in the future under thc name of the  Lcmkc-Mann Motor Co. While they have been  living for some time across the line, both are  citizens of the United States, Mr. Lciiikc coming  from St. Paul, Minn., and Mr. Mann from Buffalo,  N. Y., and state that they are glad to again be  under the Stars and Stripes. Both the new proprietors expect to establish themselves here permanently and to take an active part with their  families in the life of the community. During the  time that the ncw_building which is to replace the  A writer in Leslie's says: "The assurance of the  British Ambassador that the British blacklist was  not directed against neutrals and that neutrals  need have no fear about dealing wilh blacklisted  firms is an important concession, but docs not  dispose of the issue which the blacklist has raised.  The New York World points out lhat this assurance is rudely upset by a statement issued by thc  press of Valparaiso, Chile, by the British Consul  General at that place in which 'neutrals or allies'  arc warned against doing business with blacklisted firms in Chile. Thc New York Times says:  The glaring vice of thc blacklist is that it threatens something like a secondary boycott, involving  great injury to concerns not engaged in trade  with Germany, but chargeable only with having  trade relations with a blacklisted firm, which  again is not an offense.' "  Another writer says thc United States Government must get behind ils manufacturers and  bankers and do for them what thc British Government is doing for its own, and adds: "It is all  very well for American concerns to compete  among themselves at home, but existing laws  should bc amended to permit them to unite to resist trade war which seeks to make thc United  States its battleground, and whose first move is  revealed in thc British "blacklist" and blockade.  There should be no differences leading lo war between the United States and Great Britain. There  can-be differences, however, leading to trade reprisals, which will damage Great Britain more  than the United States, since this country might  easily dwell behind a tariff wall comptctely independent of all other nations, as wc produce,everything needed by our own citizens, whereas Great  Britain must be dependent upon outside help for  her foodstuffs, cotton and other raw products."  NIGHTMARE LAND  SAVE  YOUR  MONEY  FOR THE  one which they now occupy is under construction,  they will carry on the business in about its present  form, but have plans for a considerable enlargement as soon as their new room is completed."  TIMBER RETURNS GOOD  The timber returns for June, issued by the Department of Lands, show that thc total scale of  sawlogs for the Province amounted to 120,023,-  869 ft. board measure, in addition to 375,905 lin.  ft. of poles and piles, and 28,840 cords of tics,  shingle bolts, etc. Thc sawlogs scaled in thc various Forest Districts include Vancouver, 78,439,-  270 feet; Cranbrook, 12,744,444 feel; Island, 11,-  333, 874 feet; Vernon, 7,339,997 feet; Kamloops,  4,938,074 feet; Nelson, 4,288,647 feet; Prince Rupert, 629,736 feet. 160,263 lin. feet of poles and  piles were scaled in thc Nelson District; 70,619  lin. feet Prince Rupert; 50,178 lin. feet Hazclton;  and 55,080 lin. feet in thc Vancouver district.  Of the ties, bolts, etc., 20,196 cords were scaled  in the Vancouver district, 5,225 cords in Cranbrook, and 2,289 cords in the Nelson division.  Timber sales recorded during June cover an  estimated total of 6,195,500 feet sawlogs; 19,800  lineal feet poles and piles, and 300 cords of bolts,  etc., to produce an estimated revenue of $10,209.  There are 21,600 movie theatres in the United  States in which $360,000,000 are invested, with a  daily attendance of 25,000,000 and 200,000 (employees. The country spends $12,000,000 a year  for foreign missions, presumably to make the  heathen more like civilized beings, such as the  good people of the States and of Canada.  "Do it yourself," is the advice of a sage. "Think  out your own problems. Listen to advice, but decide for yourself. You must pay the bill, and  your judgment in nine cases out of ten willyprove  the safest."  Speaking of thc recent gain made by thc British  troops at Pozicres, a writer in the London Daily  Mirror says: The ground bought thus bit by bit  is like no other ground known on any planet. It  is Nightmare Land���������������������������on.surface and in depth a  dreadful region of ambush for humanity. Nightmare Land begins at our own.deep trenches and  the far-stretched wires and dug-outs and hillocks  embossing the natural hillsyand,woods. These  natural obstacles would be enough alone,,.without  thc others. . . Biit.hillockrand wire andytrench  are only the now customary'obstacles 4hat ,our  artillery begins to lay waste. Once a.kind of lunar  desert has been established for our infantry attacks-these in turn have to..mcet^tlie-incredible  ingenuity of subterranean devices^of concealed  mines, bombs, machine guns. And wherever there  is.a house, there is a hidden gun;,and wherever a  wood, a multitude of guns; and wherever a village a hidden host. Each visible thing is-ti hideous  plot to destroy life! .  "Life, beautiful and young, drags itself over  that acreage of terror as some mediaeval and  typical Pilgrim might be conceived as going, over  a region like Dante's Hell, all crevasses and lakes  of fire and dim depths of pitch for ever fixed for  tlie torture and punishment of men. How vain  and light-headed thus now seems all that initial  talk about steam-rollers and 'sweeping on' and  being here, there or wherever it might.be 'in a  month' or 'a week' or 'a day'! Distances here  are nothing���������������������������are transformed utterly. The maps  to'the civilian eye mean nothing. In Nightmare  Land you move by inches according to thc terrors  lurking. Let us remember the frightful quality  of-this-Gratered-aiKLblotchcd-surface-as=in-thesc  weeks wc watch our bravest and noblest win their  way along it.. An impossible task! you would say.  But impossible is no word for the British soldier,  and day after day wc hear that hc has taken what  was 'impregnable' and won another stretch in  thc strange desert of Nightmare Land by thc miracle of his tenacity and pluck."  SHE WASN'T SPECIFIC  Dominion War Loan  TO BE ISSUED IN SEPTEMBER.  . By purchasing a bond you will help  to WIN THE WAR and obtain for  yourself an investment of the highest  class yielding a most attractive rate,  of interest.  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE  OTTAWA.  SHORT STORY STOPPED SHORT  Sir Samuel - Sinims saw sweet  Sarah Samson swimming. Suddenly  she seemed sinking. Sir , Samuel  stood stunned. Striding seaward,  spurning.shingle,.Sir Samuel' swift-,  ly Sarah-wards.. Sir;Samuel skillfully supported swooning Sarah.  Swimming shorcwards, Sir Samuel  successfully succored Sarah. Seeming shaky, Sir /Samuel. sampled  some spirits���������������������������special Scotch.  Sarah saw Sir Samuel's self-  sacrificing spirit. Sir Samuel saw  Sarah's sweetness. Sir Samuel soon  sought Sarah. Striding slowly,  Sarah sighed softly. Sir Samuel  seemed speechless.  "Say    something,    Sir   Samuel,  said Sarah.  "Say 'Sam,' Sarah,", said Samuel.  Sarah, smiling shyly, softly said,  "Sam."  "Sarah���������������������������Sally," stammered Sir  Samuel. "Sweet Sarah ��������������������������� sweetheart."  Sarah  solemnly  surrendered.  (Printer's remark: "Plcace clop  thic; we are chort of eccec."  SECRET SOCIETIES  R. E. WHEELER  -��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� -    W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby  Lode* - No.   40  Regular ,L meeting* -���������������������������- ftrati  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8������������������. m.inOdd-;  fellows -Hall.       Visiting  brethren cordially invitad  W.J. LEMKE  >���������������������������-���������������������������"'���������������������������,'.    Secretary  ������������������  ENDERBY  LODGE  --    '' >/vl  '->��������������������������� - -.  f-A  C'S'-vul  "'    -* ' *'ri   j.***" 1  1 -    1 ' -It 1  -*-v;-,;;fS,  ~!fe',-v;^  ez������������������rJt*r-,-**&Ft������������������k 1  r* l> ^"-$t~\  . -T-C-r-j; ������������������C*  ,   * c *"t       <h>  " V, *' .'Im^U"^  k -t       -   >F  '- su.st  No.35. K.efP.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hull.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  <    W. G. PELL, C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.   ,  -C - R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable ferConcerts, Duneesand all public  entertainments. ' For rates, etc., uddresB,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  She  always  had  ring.  a silly  wedding  circle of  '    little  young  wore a  ���������������������������  fellows  never  she  she  called  And  friends,  blends,  *  Who  gated  lally-  varic-  y  gagged  the  around  with  to hear  ment  her  advance-  sing;  make  But  to failed she  ���������������������������  ���������������������������Francis E. Page  Canadian troops at the front are now all  equipped with the improved rifle which is to replace the Ross as the Canadian service arm. A  quantity of the Ross rifles which have been replaced will be returned to Canada and will be  used for training purposes in the Dominion.  A Cambridge mathematician figures that if  Adam, from the time of thc Creation until the  present, had cast fifty pounds sterling into the  ocean every hour, he would not yet have put in  sufficient to pay for the war to dale.  Wall  Bargains  Wall Paper prices have steadily  advanced .since wepurchased our  present stock, and if we were  buying this paper today we'd pay  as much for it wholesale as we  are offering it to you retail. We  do not believe in carrying over  old stock, even if our fall buying  has to be made at a much higher  figure. We want to clean out  the present stock to make room  for our new Fall shipments. You  can buy at the old price, which  means that every offering is a  bargain���������������������������and every roll a snap.  ^ 'C. SKALING, B. A;  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B.C.  K ���������������������������--  M  ISS F. WALTER-HUGHES,  (Gertificated-Highci^DivjrRf^VrTMf)-  Pupil for the past five years of Roland Rogers, Esq., M.A., Mus.Doc,  Oxfor., and Miss Oherholfer, L.R.  A.M.  Lessons on Pianoforte and in voice  Production and Musical Theoiy.  For terms apply to Box 583, City.  ray nusii  J. E. CRANE, Proprietot  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  Southhound Northbound  10.40 lv.        Sicamous       ar. 17.25  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armstrong  Larkin  Vernon  16.40  16.24  16.09  15.40  15.20  14.55  13.10 nr. Okanagan Ldg lv. 14.40  H. W. BRODIE JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A., "Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  11.11  11.25  11.39  12.05  12.23  12.50  C.  Hawkins  CARPENTER & JOINER  Being relieved from Military  Service for the time heing, is now  prepared to take any kind of carpentering or building work.  Estimates furnished.  A DM INISTRATOIVS -NOT! CE  In the matter of thc Estate of the  late Holland Arthur Bazclcy, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons having claims against  the Estate of the late Holland Arthur Bazeley, are hereby required  to forward same to mc on or before  the fifteenth day of August, when  the executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among thc parties entitled  thereto, having regard only to the  claims of which notice shall have  been given, and that they will not  be liable for the said assets or any  part thereof so distributed, to any  person of whose claim notice shall  not have been duly received by  them at the time of said distribution.  Dated at Enderby, B. C., this 12th  clay of July, A.I). 191(5.  H.  G.  DAVIES,  Barrister.  Bell Block, Enderby, B.C. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, August 17, 19K  THE MOSQUITO SEASON  (By one of the Victims)  Out in the hay on a hoi .summer's  day,  Stands a man���������������������������wild���������������������������stamping and  raving;  'Tis a very small thing,yel a mighty  big sling  That    causes    this    stamping    and  'lie scratches his head, and he ships  his leg,  As though lo heal time lo the humming,  And wilh countenance dark you  can hear him remark,  "The cussed old skeelers are  coming."  Next day Ihe whole place.,feels sand  to one's face  Hurled swiftly enough to tic gory,  But with smudges and bar hc goes  on wilh the war,  To a light without honor or glory.  Two  skeelers are  mashed  lo each  blade of grass slashed,  Use   little���������������������������or  no���������������������������'maginalion;  Should  my  readers say no, surely  cannot he so,  'Tis little���������������������������or no��������������������������� 'zageralion.  A whole week slips by and slill  thev don't die,  But he's out for a fight Io lhe finish,  If he can only bul stay slill working the hay.  They certainly ought to diminish!  Two weeks have passed  much lhe  same as Ihe last.  But vet .our old hero survives it;  Willi a right good will he is fighting  them still,  Ancl promises weh he outlives it.  To all  it  may  reach  this motto J  preach,  Though hard at limes lo remember,  Whatsoever the sling wilh ils pain  it may bring,  Put bridle and hit on your temper,  Now   his   veil   he    puts   by,   his  smudges he lets die.  You think he does so without know-  i n "  Bul before il grows dark you can  hear him remark,  "Thank   God,   thc   mosquitoes   are  going."  FOR SALE��������������������������� Pure-bred registered  Ayrshire bull: 3 ycars old. C.  A. Davidson, Mara. al7-tf  B.    Fingering    Wool,    4-ply,  Speers'.  at  WOMEN AND  WAR  We  women   teach   our  little   sons  how wrong  Ancl how ignoble blows are; school  and church  Support our precepts and inoculate  The growing minds -with  thoughts  of love and peace.  'Let dogs delight lo bark and bile,'  wc say;  But   human   beings with   immortal  souls  Must rise above the methods of the  brule  And   walk   with   reason   and  wilh  self-control.  And Ihen���������������������������dear God! you men, you  wise, strong men,  Our   self-announced   superiors   in  brain,  Our   peers    in   judgment,   you   go  forth lo war!  You leap at one anolhcr, mutilate  And   starve   and   kill   your   fellow-  men, and ask  The    world's   applause    for   such  heroic deeds.  You boast and strut; ancl if no song  is -sung,    No laudatory epic avhI in blood,  Telling   how   many   widows   you  have made,  Why  then,  perforce,  you  say our  hards arc dead  And inspiration sleeps to wake no  more.  And we, the women, we whose lives  you arc���������������������������  What can we do but sit in silent  homes  Ancl   wait and  suffer?    Not  for us  the blare  Of Irumpets and the bugle's call to  arms���������������������������  For us no waving banners, no supreme,  Triumphant hour of conquest. Ours  the slow  Dread torture of uncertainly, cacti  dav  The bootless battle with thc same  despair.  And   when   al  best  your  victories  reach our cars,  There   reaches   wilh   them   lo   our  pitying hearts  The   thought   of   countless   homes  made desolate  And other women weeping for their  dead.  0 men, wise men, superior beings,  say,  Is there  no  .substitute  for war in  this  Great age ancl era?   If ybu answer  'No,'  Then lei us rear bur children to bc  wolves  GILLITXS  ������������������������������������*f s- L*f I ������������������������������������*,  ';*  CLEANS-DISINFECTS  IMPORTANCE  OF RURAL  HOTELS TO THE  PROVINCE  PECULIAR     FEATURES     OF | And   teach   them   from  the  cradle  THE  PROHIBITION  ACT  Bill    Appears   to    Have   Been  Framed as a Direct Blow  at Workingmen.  To the man of means who is accustomed to buy his liquors by the  bottle or case from the wholesale  store or retail shop, the Prohibition  Act means absolutely nothing, as he  can still order his supply from a  neighboring province or lhc Stales,  just as easily as in the pasl, the only  dilference being lhat hc will have  lo pay a higher cost, on account of  transportation charges.  To the worki'ngman, who is accustomed lo buy his liquor by the  bottle or glass, the Act means, however, something entirely dill'ereiil.  The ordinary workingman, is nol  given llie opportunity lo lay by  money sullicienl to provide for his  sending away for a case of liquor,  hence he is under a handicap  which does nol interfere wilh the  rich man. Then, again, Ihe work-  ingman's usual beverage i.s beer,  and on shipments of this class the  freight rates are so high as lo make j  the price almost prohibilive foi  him  how to kill.  Why should we women waste our  time and work  In talking peace, when men declare  for war?  ���������������������������Ella Wheeler Wilcox.  True, it's hard for you to suffer  What vou know you don't deserve  But it rather makes you tougher  And it stiffens up your nerve.  Let 'cm slam, ancl damn, and flout  vou,  Bear il all as best you can.  But the world can't do without you  If vou've got thc goods, Old Man.  For   the  Threshing   Season  Polerine  ���������������������������JBOe-Gallon������������������������������������������������������  Machine Oil  75c Gallon  Delicious New Honey  '!*���������������������������   ���������������������������         , .,                ,     .i.i���������������������������,fm.������������������,jTh>s  Season's   Product-Try  a  Quart  Again,_.while, sojnc  workingiuen '      _* _��������������������������� ���������������������������      _  are   forlunaie  enough   lo   occupy j Sealers, Caps, Rubbers, Etc.  homes  of  their  own,  a  great  ma-! ' ���������������������������     i   ���������������������������    n     _    ���������������������������_  jorit.v occupy houses jointly with j Everything required in the iruit  others.   A large proportion would ; preserving season will be found  come   under   the   lerm   of   loclMcrs i ,       shelves.     We have  Manv o hers also take boarders in V ,  *M*U, ocl1^ . ,  order to help out ihe inmilv income, all makes and all sizes, and can  All of this class would find lhal the;supply every need. 'Phone your  Prohibition Acl was a distinct bar-! order'if you are not coining down  rier l(. their enjoying their personal ^^ will   make   imme-  righl to partake ol  a glass ol  beerVVy   , V-  i'lTilicir own' homes,   the Act pm-1 diate delivery.  vides lhat a man may import liquor*  I'reelv   for use in   his own  private!  dwelling.      It    defines    Ihe    word!  "dwelling,"   however,   lhal   house-!  holders who occupy premises joint-,  ly are not allowed lhe privilege of;  having liquor for Iheir own private  use.    The same  is  true  of lodgers  personallv,    and    the    families    of   those   who    keel)     lodg rs   where j  ~  more lhan  three room  in a house. | T?f\T)       C A T TP  As far as the homes where boarders! ������������������ \J_X      0_"_.JuJlJ  are   kept,   lhc   Acl   is   explicit   in!    staling thai the house is not a dwell-!  ing,  and   lhal   liquor   for  beverage ^   REAL   BARGAIN  Fly Swatters, Fly Paper, Fly  Poison Pads, etc.  W. J. Woods  purposes may nol be brought inlo  The above points cover nhases of  lhe Prohibition Acl which are dis-  lincllv lo the disadvantage of the  workingman, allhough they mean  nothing lo the rich man.  A reading of the Acl will showman v similar features of class legislation of so open a character as to  lead the organized bodies of labor,  which have already considered the  Prohibition Bill, to unanimously  condemn lhe Acl. a 17-1  One No. -1, 1911 Model 20lh Century  Stump Puller, ,  One  Anchor Cable,  1-in. by 20-11.  long,  One 3-l-in. Cable, f>0-l'l. long,  One .Vl-in. Cable 2o-l*l- long,  One. Hoot  Hook,  All  in first-class shape.    Regular  selling price, $1'15.00.  SPECIAL PRICE, .$45.00. ^    ,    ,  FULTON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Enderby, B.C.  Doors of Many Will Be Closed  if Prohibition Act is  Approved  What will become of the rural  hotel system of Brilish Columbia  should the Prohibilion Acl be approved by the electors? This question is not an idle inquiry. It does  not suggest a visionary problem nor  deal with a subject of little importance lo the Province. 11 is an actual  condition which must bc considered ancl every elector should give  the matter careful thought.  At present there is established in  British Columbia a chain of excellent rural hotels, covering the entire Province, as the Brilish Columbia license law demands that when  a permit i.s grunted lo sell liquor in  small quiintities thc licensee must  provide hotel accommodation of a  high standard for the travelling  public.  What is to become of these rural  hotels should the Prohibition Acl  pass?  Premier Bowser, on May 23rd,  1915, said "Experience has shown  that whal are known as Temperance Motels cannot bc properly  operated   when  denied  a  license."  Experience is a good teacher, and  in considering the case of rural hotels flic British Columbia elector  has not only Premier Bowser's  opinion bul also thc experience of  Manitoba, Alberla ancl Saskatchewan to guide him.  In Manitoba il has been found  lhat rural hotels cannot be operated  successfully without a license. To  meet Ihe conditions existing under  Prohibition, thc Government is now  proposing to grant a monopoly of  the tobacco and pool-room privileges to the hotels in.each district.  Of course, the tobacco dealers and  general stores arc objecting lo this  proposal, but the Government feels  that something must be clone io aid  the rural hotels of they arc to keep  their doors open.  In Saskatchewan the authorities  have adopted a system of financial  aid for rural hotels. During the last  six months of 1915, one hundred  ancl fifty such applications for aid  were made and $50,000 was granted  for the purpose, with a number of  cases still pending. . Despite this  aid. it is a well-known fact that thc  hotels of Saskatchewan are now  providing very inferior accommodation ancl charge a higher rale  than was the case before thc Prohibition  law  came  into  effect.  In Alberta, prohibilion has been  in force bul a month or so. Already, however.' the hotel proprietors of Medicine Mat have slated  that they will bc obliged to close  their doors, and similar reports are  coming from other sections of the  Province.  Thc problem of lhc rural hold in  Brilish Columbia under a prohibition regime is a serious one and  covers a subject which every elector should take under serious consideration before voting on llie Acl.  AUGUST  \ House Furnishings Sale  Linoleums have seriously  advanced in price 35 to 40  per cent. We can save you  money on these offerings  at old prices.  1  l  .00  .25  i  INLAID LINOLEUM  Patterns go right through; has a steel-like finish, a  good range of patterns in block, tile ancl floral; G-ft.  wide.   Regular, $1.25 sq. yd; SALE PRICE, sq. yd   27-INCH WIDE BRUSSELS CARPET  That will harmonize wilh any color scheme. This is  onc of thc hardest-wearing carpets you can buy and  at the price offered is a great bargain; 27-inches wide;  regular, $1.75;    SALE PBICE   JUTE CARPET  Here is value for a cheap carpel; made reversible in  conventional designs and colors of red. green and tan;  22 1-2 and 27-inchcs wide; regular, 45c;   S/\LE PRICE  AXMINSTER MATS  Most serviceable for doorways, also for piano stools;  regular, v$1.35;    SALE PRICE _:   DRESSER  One only; finished in Mission. 3 drawers, 2 small, with   i A AA  mirror. This is a great bargain; regular $21.00; SALE..   J-^.UU  MARQUISETTES, SCRIM & BUNGALOW NETS  25c  $1.10  A new range of these goods have arrived in very dainty  designs. Wc bought these goods at a big discount  which enables us to oiler'Ihem at a big saving.  AUGUST HOUSE FURNISHINGS SALE, per yard   NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS  These curtains are very sightly and will improve thc  look of your windows. They wash and get up like  new; length, 2 1-2 yards; AUGUST HOUSE FURNISHINGS SALE, per yard   ....;...   30'  90'  I  200 PIECES OF CHINA  Half Price; comprising Salad Bowls, Sugar ancl Creams TJqI-P  Vases and many other useful articles too numerous to -CXdUX  mention. Come ancl see for yourself ancl bc con- Pynnr*  vincecl.   AUGUST HOUSE FURNISHINGS SALE * f ^"    *  Hudson's Bay Co.  VERNON  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed  35 c per dozen.  slrictly   fresh;  Mrs. E. Gray.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. m-l-tf  Special This Week  THREE   POUNDS    TEA   FOR  V)l)e WITH -EACH-$1.00 ORDER���������������������������  OF    GROCERIES,     NOT     INCLUDING SUGAR  OR  FLOUR  H.TOMKINSON, Grindrod  GBTTHISCATiUOGUE)  SAVEMONEV  ^Ss.  The Best Ever  issued: Guns, Rifles,  Ammunition, Fishing;,  Tackle, Baseball, Golf,  Tennis, Lacrosse,  Camping Outfits, all  Summer and Winter  Sports.   We want  Every Man  who Hunts, Fishes, or  plays any Outdoor  Game to get our large  free Catalogue. Prices  right, satisfaction  guaranteed. Immense  stock, prompt shipment  You snve money by getting  Catalogue to-day.  T.W.Boyd A Son,  27 Notre Dame SI. West, Montreal  We sell the Florence  AUTOMATIC  The very latest and best oil stoves on the market.  Two-Burner    913.75    Three-Burner $15.75  Machine Oil    (55c Gal     Coal Oil, 3 gallons for $1.00  While  Enameled  Refrigerators, only    :...$15.00  Effccto Auto Black Enamel, in tins  50c, $1.00 and $1.75  You can make your car look as good as new wilh $2.50.worth of this  enamel. '....*,.  A large newassortmc:ic of Enamel ware ami Tinwaro^^  We aim to give the very best in goods and service at the lowest prices  Estimates given on Plumbing and Heating Systems.  Mail   Orders   receive  our  prompt  attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Apricots and Peaches  Will soon be in for canning.  Leave your orders early.  We have a full line of ALT AS E.Z.  SEALERS, the kind that seal easy  and stay sealed.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  You may know the pinch of famine  You may know the clutch of debt  There may be but little lamb in  Any fricassee you get.  All the clubs may try to Hop you  Any trick to lay you low,  But they cannot really slop you,  If you've got the goods to show.  They  may  knock  you  clown   and  trample  On the ware you have to sell,  They may hand you out a sample  ' Of a little bit of h   They may turn on you ancl thunder  "Back, you lobster, to the woods,'  Bul they cannot keep you under  If you've really gol the goods.  1  IT  -i

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