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Array /V 'Vyi''''"'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������  1���������������������������; '���������������������������*#������������������������������������������������������._  */'���������������������������  Enderby, B. C, Ssptember 7, 1916  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 9; No. 28;  Whole No. 448  s\  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Mrs. G. T. Hughes is visiting Kamloops.  Norman Curric has enlisted in a  medical corps for Overseas.  Il is reported from Vancouver  lhat W. E. Banton has joined the  forces.  It is reported that a case of in-  .fantile paralysis has developed at  Kamloops.  Master Jack Harvey and Eric  Winter returned to Victoria Monday  lo resume studies.  Mrs. AV. J. Woods and sister, Mrs.  Lambert, left Sunday on a few  weeks' outing to Leighton Beach.  If you'are depending on the Tax  Sale being called off, you are making a great mistake, for it is going  through this time.  St. George's Church: Sunday,  10th September: Morning service  $nd Holy- Communion, 11 a.m.;  Evening service, 7.30.  Pte. Harold Baker writes that hc  .. is on the medical staff of a hospital  -in Greece, after spending'some lime  with1-the medical'corps in Egypt.  Sidncv Green is also wilh him."  Mrs. Wm. Pearson is enjoying a  visit from her - old AVeyburn friend,  Mrs. Ted ford, who is returning to  her home after an extended trip to  the coast cities and Oregon points.  An advertiser writes the Press:  "For my sake, and for God's sake,  please cut out that ad this week.' _  have already enough enquiries lo  start a battalion for Overseas. Does  an ad pay?"  Mr. Basil Gardom is now superintendent of the Mountain electrical-division of the C. P. R., and in  lhal capacity has won high praise  from the ollicials of the road.  Mrs. F. S. Stevens returned from  Seattle and Vancouver on Thursday  last. She reports Mr. and Mrs. Milt  Stevens comfortably at home to  their friends, on Collingwood  JDrivc    In the Presbyterian Church next  Sunday evening, Rev. Mr. Dow will  preach on the question of Woman's  Suffrage.. Everyone will be very  welcome.  In the grounds of the Bank of  Montreal, Thursday, Sept. 14th,.2.30  to 6 p. in., the W. A. of St. George's  Church, will hold a sale of perennial garden plants, home cookery,  etc., and will serve afternoon tea  and ice cream. Everybody cordially invited to attend.  Mrs. ancl Mrs. J. G. Gilford and  sons, and mother, arrived from  Moose Jaw   on   Fridav   last.   Mr.  TOBACCO  FUND  The commitce wish to gratefully  thank the undersigned for donations toward the Fund:  Mrs. Garrett  $1.00  Mrs.  Mackey    ���������������������������...    .50  Mrs. Harvey 50  Mrs. Strickland 25  Mr.  Oppcrlschauscr    Knife  Mr.   Fulton '    1.00  Mr. Bailey 25  Mrs. Bogert    *. 50  Thc committee were able this  week to send parcels to lhc boys at  the front. Each box contained 1 pr  sox, 1 packet chewing gum, 3 bars  chocolate,  3   packets  cigarettes,  1  any other advocate of this kind of  prohibition, und just as much interested   in   thc   development   and  IIA IL  AND   WIND  Last  Saturday  afternoon  a  des-  welfare of the Province as these j tructive hail and wind storm swept  reverend gentlemen, who do not die Mount Ida dislrict clean of all  like this prohibition bill and will i outdoor crops and" caused 'great  not support it.   And the press of theIloss of window panes.. The small  Province has every  right  to open  hot house erected on  Gilford    assumes   the   duties laid packet tobacco and papers. Parcels  clown by Mr. Lemke, as chief ac  the columns to both sides���������������������������if ihcy "Seymour   ranch,   was  are prepared to pay for the space  used. f  _/._  The Press was favored this week  with a bouquet of the most beautiful asters from thc garden of Mrs.  J. C. English, the llowers showing  remarkable development in size and  brilliancy.  "I would die for you!" protested  a local youth in his efforts to impress the fair miss with the weight  of his love." And lhe fair one replied  wilh a yawn, "Well, what arc you  wailing for?"  Mr. Alwyn Buckley will return to  Armslrong on Saturday., Mr. Buckley enlisted for Overseas a few  weeks ago and hoped to get to the  front at an early date in onc capacity or another, but was turned  back at Ottawa on account of defective hearing.  A six-room cottage is being built  on the Elliott property by Mr.Grant,  to be occupied by Mrs. Elliott and  son. The Elliott farm is undergoing many radical improvements  since the son, Abe, came into possession on the death of the father  some weeks ago.  John Dale, who now handles the  Huple stage route and post office,  carries a large quantity of freight  to ancl fro between Enderby ancl  Mabel Lake, and the obliging way  iii which it is handled, makes this  stage route a great convenience to  settlers and campers.  .Fancy candies, delicious cakes  ancl cookies, cooling ice cream and  sodas, always will bc found at Joe's  Standard Patterns now on sale, at  Speers.  counlant in the offices of the Okanagan Saw Mills. They will take  thc Lemke residence upon the arrival of Iheir household effects.  Did you sec the feature program  from Movieland at the Opera House  last Friday-and Saturday evenings?  If not, make sure to see this week's  program. There will bc no movie  show. Friday.evening.of this week,  owing to'the.Opera House being  taken for a political meeting, but on  Saturday evening an.-excellent program, will-be put on.    ;   ���������������������������-  -Among the'soldiers from-Vernon  and Sicamous camps who,spent  Sunday with their families and  friends in Enderby were: J. C. English, W. J. Hatcher, Geo. Warwick,  El win Wheeler, Sam Roberts, J. E.  Baird, Geo. Malpass, Kenelh Strickland, Percy LaRoy, Tom Wilkinson,  H. E. C. Harris, Roy Hutchison, Ar-  den Busch, ancl Lt. Knight.  Mr. K. C. McDonald was in Enderby-Wednesday, sore of face ancl  bruised in body, but .with all thc  snap and ginger of a darkey on a  possum hunt. He narrowly missed  death a few days ago while going  by auto over a narrow road in his  campaign tour. The hood of the  machine jarred out of lhc socket  ancl fell upon the driver, who in-  JUMPED INTO BIG THING  Messrs. Lemke ancl Mann, who recently   purchased   an   established  automobile repair ancl  vulcanizing  were   packed    by    the    following! P,an.1 al Bremerton, Wash., and are  moving Irom Lnclerby to take over  ladies, al the home pf thc secretary:  Mrs. S. Poison, president"; Mrs. G.  Sharpe, Mrs. W. Glen, Mrs. L. Mac-  key. 'Following are the names of  the boys to whom parcels were  sent: S. Allcorn, B. Airth, A. Bogert,  G. Calder, G. Duncan, T. Dysart, K.  Glen, J. Glen, B."Garrett, S. Green,-  J. Green, J. Hallmark, F. Johnson,  L. Mackey, G. McEwen, P. Mowat, J.*  McMahon, B. Mack, C. Olandp'C.  Reed, E. Rogers, T. Robinson, J.  Pacey, T. Simard, B. Salt, G. Smedley, M. Salt/ J. White, J. Warwick,  Br Wilson. ��������������������������� The book'^-crcf audited**  by Mrs. Geo. Sharpe "and.found "correct.  Others are still on sale of Mrs. Bigge  -volunlarily=^pullcd-=^the-^slceringTor-may  wheel in lhe wrong direction. Half  a foot, ancl thc wheels of thc auto  were over lhc side of an embankment. It turned twice over -and  landed up against a Irce. Neither  Mr. McDonald nor his friend were  seriously injured, but lots of good  Liberal cuticle was left along thc  way with each turnover.  "THE SILVER DOVE"  In a letter received by Mr. C. F.  Bigge this week, from Lord Stam-  fordham, he was informed that the  Queen   has   accepted   a  specially-  bound   copy   of  that   pretty little  child's   story   "Thc  Silver  Dove,"  written hy Mrs. Bigge, and printed  by The" WalkcrPrcss, ancl the Queen  desired  especially that her thanks  be conveyed to thc writer for the  gift.   This brochure-was written by  Mrs. Bigge to bc sold for the benefit of the Canadian Red Cross Fund.  Many copies have been sold locally.  the Robson-  baltcred to  pieces in a fcwr minutes; cornfields  were cut to pieces ancl grainfields  flattened to the - ground. In the  vicinity of Mara thc storm was even  more furious. A new barn recently  erected by Rupert Davy, holding  100 tons of hay, was blown over. A -  boat, pulled up on the river bank,  was lifted bodily ancl thrown some  distance away wilh its bottom left,1  in splinters." At the Gibbs camp on  the   business,   apparently   jumped  into what should make them their;Mud Lake, the tents were lifted inlo  fortunes.   Mr. Mann has been busy the   air   ancl   carried   forty   rods  almost night and day since taking  over the repair end of thc plant,  with two assistants working with  him niost of the time." Since'the  passing of the navy bill by" thc U. ground in-the gardens wilhin-the  away, and* the contents drenched  with rain and buried under four  inches !of hail stones, some as large  as    marbles.      Everything    above'  thc Press at 50c.  Drank Concentrated Lye  Mr. (Scotty) Campbell met with  what might have proved a fatal accident at his home the olher morning. Mrs. Campbell mixed him up  what she believed to be a doze of  epsom salts, and he drank a mouthful. The decoction caused him intense burning, and, all loo'laic, it  was discovered lhal instead of epsom salts Mrs. Campbell had made  the drink from Gillette's concentrated lye. When the mistake was  discovered Mrs. Campbell summoned Dr. Keith, who administered vinegar and followed this  with olive oil by the cupful. Thc  pain was excruciating. After being  somewhat relieved, Mr. Campbell  was removed to the Cottage Hospital, where hc is receiving the best  of care ancl is improving as well as  can be expected.  RED CROSS TEA ROOM  Receipts for August ������������������50.55  Expenses        8.05  Donated    to    Canadian    Patriotic  Fund         10.00  REDCROSS MARKET STALL  The Red Cross market stall held  on Saturday last brought in the sum  of $9.30. Thc following are warmly  thanked for their conlributions:  Mrs. Carlclon. Mrs. Byrnes, Mrs.  Pound, Mrs. Winler, Miss For.sler,  Mr.Forstcr, Mrs.Barton, Mrs. Hadow  Mrs. Bigge, Mrs. Rosoman, Mrs.  Brown, Mrs. West, Mrs. Gaylord,  Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Miller, Mrs.  Nicholl, Mrs. McPherson, Mrs. Sowden, Mrs. Lawes, Mrs. Landon, Mrs.  Twigg, Mrs. Moore, Miss F. Mowat,  S.   Congress*   appropriating   $300,-  000,000 for- new dreadnaughls, etc.,  Bremerton has been-on. the-jump;  and it is.predicted that "this naval  centre   will    rapidly,- increase j lb  twice .its prescnt.population.y-'Work  is to be started,immediately* on*new  battleship construction works there  ancl thousands of men will soon be  al work on the new type of dread-  naughts  which  it is  c.onlcjnplated  to build.    "The certainty of better  times and the rapid growth of the  community has put heart into the  businessmen of this city," says thc  Bremerton News, "and plans are being made  for expansion in many  lines.   In order to house lhc greatly  increased   force   of   employees,   a  large  amount of building .will  bc  necessary this winter, and Bremerton and Charleston face a season of  the   most  pronuonced   activity   in  real   estate.    The   long  period   of  wailing is over.   Prosperity has arrived   and   il   is   thc   privilege  of  eyerv citizen to strive for his share  path of lhe storm, was literally cut..  to,shreds...The oldest inhabitant in._,_���������������������������  that,"neighborhood -'never ;savr any-''  thing* to-equals the: storm* forjvelo-"'������������������������������������������������������  city.of .<thc wind and .destructive-::  ness of lhe hailstones...'.''-     .:*. <_, , .  ONE WEEK MORE OF CAMPAIGN  7-->  ���������������������������-'I  -'.- ll  ..--II  ::l-vsj  **. s- ijj,|  :<Ys~Yi  - ������������������-" ~-~-.-*-ir-  Y'YT&l  :YYY777?Y*\.  ���������������������������^'S-'l^Ml  -;.---- -_?v I  ��������������������������� J-    > Y-rtfs\  - SsTSv?**  of it. Bremerton is clue, nol merely  for a boom, but for a remarkable  period of rapid, substantial growth.  MARTIN BURRELL HERE  Hon. Martin Burrcll, minister of  agricullurc for Ihe Dominion, will  arrive lhis morning from the north  and will spend an hour, or two in  Enderby. After meeting his friends  in the parlors of Ihe King Edward  hotel he will motor to Vernon for  the evening. II i.s understood Mr.  Burrell's visit lo the Valley has no  political significance, his coming  here being solely in the interest of  and Mrs. Scott.   A large number of the fuller agricullural development  home-made loaves were sold.  CONDEMNS THE PRESS  of the district, there being several  mailers which require his personal  attention.  In a sweeping statement before a  Vancouver audience a few nights  ago, Rev. Dr. Sipprell declared lhat  the press of Ihe Province had small  claim lo public respect because thc  columns of lhe newspapers were  open lo receive advertisements in  opposition to the prohibition makeshift which thc intemperate temperance advocates arc attempting lo  foist upon lhc people in thc name  of prohibition. Mr. Sipprell apparently believes lhat thc press of  lhe Province should close ils columns to anything and everything  which would show up the weakness  of the proposed prohibition bill,  forgetting thai there are many just  as good men as Rev. Dr. Sipprell or old'acquaintances in Enderby."  Given  Two Slripcs  Corp. R. Airth writes from England: "As you see, I was promoted  to'corporal. I am still massaging.  Besides massaging, I am assistant  wardmasler. Wc have seven wards  to look aflcr, and in each ward are  2-1 beds. The doctors Will not let  me give up massaging. That is what  the two slripcs were given me for.  Being in church lasl Sunday, f saw  Mr. Blanchard and Mr. Chadwick.  How pleased I was lo sec Ihem.  Enquiring wherc Ihey were camped  Mr. Butler and I went to see them.  There wc also saw Mr. Piper. Whal  a giancl evening wc had, talking of  While there' has been much rustling about on the part of. thc local  candidates and , their workers,  lhc  sum  total of it all rests jusl about  whcie thc campaign started.    The  party leaders on  both sides claim  certain victory for their candidate,  and the people smile and say 'nothing.   The closing week of campaign  should bc rather interesting in ancl  aboul Enderby and   district.     On  lhis (Thursday) afternoon Mr.Pricc .  Ellison  will  address a meeting at  Grindrod,'and   in   the  evening  at  Hullcar.   To-morrow, Friday, afternoon, there will bc a general meet- -  ing of lhe Conservatives of thc district at the Opera House, and in the  e ve n i rig���������������������������*=_ 11v=E! 1 i so n���������������������������wi I I=^tp ea k--=lo=  the electors.   It i.s promised by the  Liberal  leaders  lhat Mr.  Brewster'  or Mr.  Macdonald  will  address a  meeting in Enderby this week, the  dale nol yel having been set.  Interest in lhc conlcsl has not  been keen outside of certain quarters, thc electors generally seeming  to have already made up lhcir.  minds as lo how they will vole, and  nil Ihe froth and vaporings of party  canvassers is pasl up wilh a good-  nalured smile.  .'--'^31  ALLIES   ADVANCING  According lo all reports from lhe  front Ihe Allies have made an important advance in finally capturing  thc lown of Guillemonl, which i.s  now in British hands. Al the same  time lhc French have made gains  in lhc fighting around Verdun.  On Ihe other fronts there seems  to he nothing doing, while all eyes  arc centred upon Ihe Balkans lo see  what Roumania succeeds in doing.  According to the ollicial slalemenl, the Brilish losses for the  month of August reached 130,000,  in round figures, which indicates  how hitler must be thc fighting on  the western fronl ancl how cosily  each fool gained.  When sunlight lingers in lhe west,  And winds grenv warm and hazy,  Sometimes we think we need a rest  When we are merelv lazy.  Standard monthly sheet free, at  Speers. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, September 7, 1916  SHEEP RAISING IN THE OKANAGAN  Advertising Kates:   Transient, 50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1916  LEARNS FROM EXPERIENCE  Tt isn't every man who can enjoy a hearty  Jaugli aL his own mistakes. But this is just what  Mr. Chas. E. Strickland, of thc Lone Pine Dairy,  is doing today. And he can well all'ord Lo-indulge  lhc laugh. He will Lcll you plainly, it has taken  him len or twelve ycars Lo learn from hitler .experience how lo make dairy farming comparatively easy and in a satisfactory measure profit-  ahle. Not that he knows all ahout it yet, hut hc  feels that hc is now on the right track and can  see clearly whal thc future will hring, under  average conditions. When Mr. Strickland purchased Lhe land lying norlh of Endcrhy as far as  the hrick yard and lying between the railway and  the river, thirteen years ago. it was covered with  hush ancl was "too low ever to hc made good."  There used to hc a slough covering thc greater  pari of whal is now his hay fields, arid for a con-  siderahle distance hordcring Lhe railwaj' track a  dense growth of hulrush, or tide, made thc  gathering of "cat-tails" the only attraction. Today, all this is changed. Fertile fields of clover,  timothy, alfalfa and corn are now laid out, and  ahundanl crops *archarvested. For a few years,  Mr. Strickland suffered an attack of lhc I'ruil-tree  craze, and he had to learn as others had to learn  he fore him and since, Ilia [These low lands can he  put Jo more protilahle use. After lhe fruit trees  came straight hay. and some wheat, oats, etc.  These were only partly successful. Thc handling  of lhe crops cosl nearly as much as their value.  Early lhis year Mr. Strickland creeled a silo,  inlo il he put his first cut of alfalfa. In a few  ������������������������������������������������������weeks-it-was ready-to he-fed, and furnished his  dairy herd Willi a nutritious green fodder until  the hay fields^were ready To he-lurncd-in lo pas-  lure. His'barns are now lull lo the peaks with  his later alfalfa cuts, clover and limolliy, and hc  has a cornfield ready lo he cut lor silage which  would fill two silos or more lo overflowing.   This  A few ycars ago, when Mr. Geo. Heggie was  managing the Stepney ranch, near Endcrhy, hc  experimented    extensively   with   sheep    raising.  This was onc of the features of lhe Stepney at lhat  lime.   And when Mr. Heggie was called to Vernon  to take the management of lhe Belgian Syndicate  estate, comprising some 17,000 acres, hc carried  with him'the results of his experience in this line.  At Inal lime it was thc intention of the Syndicate  to confine ils operations largely to fruit culture,  und hundreds of acres were set out lo apple and  other fruit trees.    Mr. Heggie immediately saw  that, to await returns from  thc fruit orchards,  meant several ycars of small returns, so he at  once branched out into slice]) raising, this promising  the quickest  returns.    Since  then  hc has  gone  farther into stock,  particularly hogs and  cattle.   Returns have heen so satisfactory lhal thc  hoard"of. directors-'of thc wSyndicalc arc urging  Lhat more and-more stock he pul upon lhc land,  and  Lhis advice is also heing forced  upon  thc  small holders of land purchased from thc Snydi-  calc.    In this connection, thc Agricultural Journal for August says:  "in 1913 it was decided to add sheep raising as  a feature of llie farm operations. In "July of that  year a flock of 1,800 was secured in Saskatchewan, 1,000 ewes ancl 800 wethers. They were  grade .sheep of several different hreeds. All were  wintered, the.ewes heing hred to pure Shropshire  sires. The lamh crop ol" 191-1 was ahout 1,100.  The wethers were sold at a good figure during  March, April and May. Thc average wool-clip  per head was"6 1-2 lh., which hrought 17 cents  per pound. For 1915 Oxford Down sires were  secured from the Colony Farm, with lhc view of  increasing weight. Spring iamhs six weeks old  hrought $6 each. Dressed mutton ranged in  priccl'rcm 1-1 lo 18 cents locally. Thc pells were  worth $1.50 Lo $1.75 in lhc local market. Thc  wool-clip of 1915 realized 23 1-2 cents per pound.  Shearing machines arc used. Thc sheep arc on |  the range in charge of a herder, except for ahout  eight cr nine weeks during the winter, when lhcy  arehousccl and fed mainly on alfalfa. While on  the range lhcy arc corralled at night as a precaution against coyotes, which are.occasionally cap-  Lured." Special attention is given lo hrccding the  older ewes early, so that in Lhc following spring  lhe lamhs arc ma Lured early enough to catch the  high price and allow time for finishing oil' these  ewes for fall sale.  "A numher of inquiries have heen received lor  hrccding stock, and orders of len and upwards  from various points in thc Valley ano :  have heen filled. In Octohcr, 1915, forty ewes and  a purc-hrcd sire were shipped, to Skidcgatc, Queen  Charlotte Island. Despite thc rather severe winler, thc sheep came through in good condition,  and in March there was a fine showing of young  iamhs, with some splendid specimens  them." v  No rust can attack the flues because they are so thoroughly aluminized, and they economize nearly every bit  of heat.  Before you invest in a new range let me show you the  Kootenay's sensible ideas for saving time and labor.  863  Sold by   Fulton   Hardware   Company  Are you going- to do any  Building or Repairing  This Season?  r.  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling 10.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding  ��������������������������� $10.00  Cull Boards ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ...   5.00   '   "     ."  No. 2 Dimension, 2x4 and 2x6 - '��������������������������� 13.00  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding 15.00       "      -"  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. Enderby  among  REMARKABLE PROGRESS IN TEN YEARS  Just now, when wc are hearing so much ahout  lhc very had Conservative Government a I Victoria, it" is well to look at thc facts as wc find  them. While all will admit lhal the great natural  resources of British Columhia arc barely touched  and ihal there is ample room for improvement in  I general conditions, still no man with, any sense  'of justice will blame to thc Government for shortcomings which the country as a whole must  answer for. And wh.cn wc consider thc many  dillicullies under which thc various indusines are  icing developed, there can bc very little ground  .''or complaint, even of whatP������������������l\_dcycl_o1,)in_cn_t_has_  We carry all your requirements in that line: Sealers, Sealer Tops,  Rings and Parawax.    Also orders taken for fruit.  Oits Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  'PHONE 48-  Bell Block, Enderby  TEECE & SON,  ing  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, ������������������05__TOffiHT Enderby  i)ccn.  During the.past ten years the natural products  of British ' -Columbia have increased nearly  fSO,000,(M!0, or more lhan ,*}()0 per ivni. Ten  \e;.rs ago the annual output was vah.ed at -*p2o,-  ���������������������������I98,58(k while tlie value of the products of 1915  amounted to $103,708,772. This increase has been  as follows:  Agriculture���������������������������From $r>.!>r>.|,(>-18 lo ������������������30,873,700.  *���������������������������htnnbcrin_;=*r.n-oni $7,500,00 to $29,150,000.  Fisheries���������������������������From $!,7-l������������������S.:jli-l to $1-1,-115.-158.  Mining���������������������������From $17.-195,191 lo $29,299,581.   .  WILL SOMEBODY EXPLAIN  a  will be kept for winter feeding. The cost of handling his crops lhis year has not been one-half lhal J Whal reason would lhe Conservatives of thc  of ordinary ycars. and Ihey have had twice the j coast cilics have for being implicated in the plug-  feed value. Next year Mr. Strickland hopes loj ging game by which M. A. Macdonald was elected  farm down to Iwo crops only���������������������������j io the Provincial Legislature? Would the Con-  silo scrva lives employ men to "plug" in order lo defeat the Conservative candidate?  Who paid the money for lhc pluggers, and who  profitled hy lhe plugging?  M. A. Macdonald was chairman of the Liberal  campaign commillcc. al   Vancouver   which  engaged Scotl to manipulate the plugging and paid  Scott for lhe work, and yet we arc told lhal Mr.  Macdonald knew nothing about il.   Is it usual for  lhe chairman of a committee to know so little  about the plans carried out by the committee?  Mr. Macdonald signed  the cheques by which  the i Scotl and his gang of pluggers were paid for the  Ihehvork.    Is il usual for lhe chairman of a corn-  have his dairy farm down to  corn and alfalfa.    He calculates lhal with  or two lhe dairyman can gel twice the feed value  al one-half, or less,  the  labor and cost of any  other way of harvesting.   And wilh silos the cosl  and labor of feeding during the winler months  will in a single season pay the cost of the silo.  Mr. Strickland i.s strongly in favor of the suggested plan ol" Deputy Minister of Agriculture  Scotl, who proposes lhal in future all plans looking to the settlement of the agricultural districts  of the Province provide for a resident practical  farmer in each proposed farming settlement, who  would advise anc  In lhis w  FRESH  IS.H  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  mds.  direct the people pul upon  iv the individual failures of  past  then  and  life-1  misd  All  when  would not be continued, and settlers could  have some hope of succeeding on the land  making il productive without spending a  ime in vain experiments and much useless  ireeled labor.  myslery  vanishes   from   the supernatural  wc understand il.  ni it lee lo sign cheques to pay for services rendered without knowing what Lhc money is going  for���������������������������and to whom?  If M. A.  Macdonald did  nol know anything  aboul lhal plugging, why did he have all those  long distance telephone conversations wilh Scotl  (Victoria lo Seattle) between the 17lh and 21th of  Mav ?  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Don't Forget the  School Supplies  50c  ASSORTMENT  6 Scribblers 6 Pencils  1 Bottle Ink 2 Rubbers  1 Penholder and Nib  H.TOMKINSON, Grindrod  Baths in connection  II. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining righls of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thc  Northwest Territories and a portion  of lhc Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a lerm of twenty-  one ycars at an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 2500 acres  will be leased to onc applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by thc applicant in person to  lhe_.Agent of _sub-Agent.,ot'_ thc_dis__  tract in which rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory thc land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall bc slaked out by  Ihe applicant himself.  Each application must bc accompanied by a fee of So which will bc  refunded if the righls applied for  arc not available, bul not otherwise...  A royally shall bc paid on thc merchantable output of thc mine al the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating thc mine  shall furnish Ihe Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for lhc full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royalty thereon.  If the coal mining righls arc not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at Icasl once a year.  The lease will include thc coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may be permitted lo purchase whatever available surface rights as may  bc considered necessary for thc  working of the mine, at "the rale 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.--Unaulhorizcd publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now f^  Thursday, September 7, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  THE RIGHT KIND OF LOVE  Edward Goldbcck, in the Chicago Tribune, tells  this story:  It was about 1 o'clock at night when Fred  showed up in the club. Thc lew people who were  slill present were playing cards, so Fred, who  wanted to hc alone with his dismal thoughts,  went straight to thc reading room. But here hc  found his old friend John, surrounded on all sides  by piles of newspapers, as if hc were Verdun and  the papers his outward forts.  "Hello, Fred, Iioav arc you?" he cried cheerfully  "Rotten."  "What's thc matter?   A queer hour for a young  husband to hc in the club, 1 a.m.!   Quarrel with  Elsie?"  "You have the gift of second sight."  "Excuse mc, I don't want to intrdude.    Thc  situation on thc other side "  "0, bother thc situation on the other side! It  is my side of the situation I Avant lo tell you  ahout. You have known Elsie for years; how  docs she strike you? j  "What do you mean?"  "Well, give mc a characteristic of her!"  "She is thc charmingest, cleverest, piquantcst,  pug-nosiest little thing I ever saAV."  "She certainly is," said Fred meditatively, "but  her, pug nose is misleading.   And nowr listen to  mc.   You know my theories of life "  .   "Do I ?"  "You ought to, at least. I Avant to have as  much fun as I can get out of it. There is nothing  of thc reformer in mc. The \yorld, as it is, seems  good enough for me. I wanted a Avifc of my type,  a smart girl, who Avould enjoy everything I am  enjoying myself. All right, I married Elsie." He  stopped.  - "Well,  in  what has  she disappointed  you ?  Wants to bc a tenement worker?"  "It is not a matter lor.joking," said Fred dryly.  "To make a long story short, here is Avhat happened.   I took her to a rcvicAV last night ancl all of  a sudden, right in thc middle of a comical song,  she gets up and rushes out of the theatre.- I had  tp gather up all her things and follow-her like a  footman.    The men  smiled,  the  girls  giggled.  There were a tleast fifty people who knoAv me."  "I didn't know their chorus Avas as big at that."  L.:.. "Well,"I Avas furious.   I did not say anything in  thc car.   At home, however, I gave her a piece of  my mind.   Guess /what she. answered!"'  "Good night, nurse!" " .  "She said she thought she had married a man  who would respect her as his wife and not take  her'to see shocking things like that, and when I  told her that I only wanted'her to enjoy herself  and that I loved her dearly, she ansAvercd, 'I want  to be your Avife. I don't. Avant to be your pal and  share all those Ioav pleasures men seem to revel  in. You love me, but is that the right kind of  -love?".  MUST MOBILIZE FOR PEACE  "KILL THE GOVERNMENT'  Some of these Liberal speakers have a delight  ful way of sliOAving their ignorance of actual facts  Avhcti they jmakc their campaign charges against  the Conservative Government at Victoria. At a  meeting held in Penticton a fcAV days ago, Mr.  Ralph Smith said that "all Avas politics in B. C,  - from the lieutenant-governor down to the road  boss," and that "the lieutenant-governor should  he more than an ornament in gold lace to open  thc House. Hc should he able to put his foot  down on extravagant expenditures."  All of which is quite true.   But it should bc remembered that until a few months ago, thc office   of Jicutcnantrgovcrnor ,in_ British,Columbia was  filled by a Liberal appointed hy thc latcVLibcral  administration at Ottawa. Lieutenant-Governor  Patterson was in charge during all the ycars of  Premier McBridc's "extravagant expenditures."  The only complaint Mr. Smith could level  al thc Victoria Government's help to thc mining,  lumbering, fishing and agricultural industries  Avas thaf such assistance should have been given  "long ago." In this Mr. Smith shows marvelous  wisdVmV^Only the brightest of-men arcablcto  recognize such facts as these. When avc sec thc  marvellous strides made in the past quarter century in-the building and handling of the automobile, f'rinstahec, the steam engine, the aeroplane, etc;, Mr. Smith would cry, "0 yes, this is  all very nice, 'but it ought to have been done long  ago." Too bad Mr. Smith was not in power at  Victoria so as to have had all these advanced  measures of Premier Bowser- and his Government put into ell'cct before the byd Conservatives  thought about it.  An Undertaker's Story  Danny and Kerrigan went West and found  themselves busted. They stood on a bridge and  saAV a sign, "Five dollars for Anyone Rescuing a  Drowning Person."  "Kerrigan," says Danny, "you jump in and be  drowning, and Avhen you're going doAvn for thc  third toime, I'll jump in and save you, because I  can SAvim." . .  In jumped Kerrigan, and Avhen he began to  drown, he yelled, "Why don't you save mc?"  "G'wan, Danny yelled back, "I've just found  another sigh that says, 'Ten Dollars for a Corpse."  Be noble and the nobility sleeping in others will  rise in majesty to meet its own.  Salt will revive a dying fire.  Editor Press; Dear Sir: One is hearing on all  sides optimistic forecasts of an early peace. It  Avould be Avastc of effort to argue cither for or  against these anticipations, for time alone can  tell whether they arc right or Avrong. . Bul there  is onc very serious aspect of thc matter Avhich  most people entirely overlook, ancl which it seems  lo mc ought to bc ventilated in thc press of thc  Avhole country: No matter when peace comcs,arc  we ready for it ?  Busied with our personal or local affairs, avc  arc apt to forget national questions, and yet they  vitally concern us. For, just as a Canadian summer or Canadian winter means an Enderby summer or Enderby winter, so does national prosperity or depression mean local prosperity or depression. Wc arc part of the nation, and wc  flourish or languish Avith it; and it is our duty  and privilege, for thc protection and furtherance  of our own interests and, those of our fellow-  citizens, to think on national questions and to  make our voice heard.  Wc all know what happened when Avar Avas  declared. The steady floAv of money from Europe  which had for so many years irrigated our country, bringing forth such bountiful increase wherc-  ever its life-giving stream had reached, suddenly  stopped; the channels dried up, and everything  withered.- There Avas dearth, distress, wrath ancl  fear on every side.   Ruin stared us in thc face.  But, soon, remount commissions began to appear; munition contracts Avere let, men were enlisted by hundreds of thousands, and cheques for  wages and separation alloAvanccs began to hc  scattered all over thc land; in short, Avar expenditures took the place of that stream of ovcr-  scas finance Avhich had hitherto supported us. So,  for the time being, avc arc fairly prosperous  again?  But suppose peace should be declared to-morrow! What then? No more horse-buying, no  more separation alloAvanccs. But, instead, stagnation of business, shutting off of credit, flooding of thc labor market with returned soldiers,  cutting down of wages, indirect taxation ten  times greater than wc have ever paid before.  These, with many other developments Avhich need  not hc mentioned, but Avhich arc easy to foresee,  constitute the dangers of peace. And, at thc  present time, they present to us, the Canadian;  people', an aspect more threatening and more formidable even than the dangers of war.  , If avc arc thc .wise,'far-seeing victorious people  Avhich avc confidently hope .and believe ourselves  to;bc, avc shall :pro vide,-while there is yet time,  in the most thorough manner possible, against  thc inevitable reaction which miist- follow the  declaration of peace, and so avert the disasters  which otherwise must come,upon Vis.  The question will bc asked: Hoav arc avc to do  this? There will be no financial fountain-head  to take the place of war expenditures. What arc  avc to do?  Thc only ansAver is this: That Ave must face  the situation with clear vision and unflinchingly;  and calmly, sanely, uncomplainingly mobilize  our human resources and our material resources,  and all stand together for Canada ancl lhc Empire. Wc must mobilize���������������������������make moveable, available���������������������������for mutual self-defence, all that we have  ancl arc. Wc'haA'c shown that wc arc willing to  lay down our lives on thc field of battle for Canada, ancl many a noble Canadian has already  made thc supreme sacrifice���������������������������has died for us Avho  remain. Shall avc, then, hold back any of the  price that is necessary to make his sacrifice effective?   If Canada ancl our Brilish citizenship arc  worth-dying lor,,arc thcy_npt__vyo_rth living for?   Let tlie trumpet sound forth, let the watchman  proclaim throughout thc land, that thc time of  trial approaches, ancl let us gird up our loins and  meet U like men!  No  new organization  is. necessary.    We arc  already organized for all national purposes.   Wc  have   public  servants   at   Ottawa   drawn   from  among the ablest men in the land; they have the  necessary machinery,   Wc trust them, wc have]  placed "every thing inthcir hands.-Vfhen-lcHhem,|  Avhile prosecuting the war with the very ultimate j  of the power ancl resources wc have given, them,:  proceed with no less energy to mobilize, for peace,'  for without this the war might almost as well bc  lost! Yours faithfully, CITIZEN.  Waiting to Prove It  A Londoner Avhile staying in Scotland recently  required legal assistance, and, going up to a sensible looking man in  a  street of  thc town  in  which hc was staying, began, "Pardon me, sir, but  are you a-resident of this town?"   "Wed," was  thc cautious rcplv, "I've lecved here a matter  o' fii'tv ycars."   "Ah, then, perhaps you can help!  me," went on  the visitor.    "I'm  looking for a;  criminal kvwycr.    Have you onc in this town?"j  Thc Scotsman dropped his voice to a confidential;  whisper as he answered, "Wc hiv, but avc hinna  been able to prove it against him yet.   He's ower  sharp."  Wc arc no prophet nor the son of a prophet,  but we'll venture thc prediction that Premier W.  J. Bowser, four ycars from loday, Avill bc recognized as one of thc most capable and masterful  public men in the Dominion.  Salt mixed in cold water will remove bloodstains from linen.  The Sweedish settlers who in the  past year or two have bought J and  north of Enderby, have made a  wonderful showing in the short  time they have been located there.  Vast strctchcs'of excellent level hind  are this year producing field crops  where, only a year or so ago, it was  heavily wboded and non-productive. "Another year or two ancl we  shall have a "prosperous farming  community between Enderby ancl  Grindrod, where in past years only  a dense thicket met the eye.  Thc sun is unselfish in lhat it  shines for alt, but stands in its  own light.  SECRET SOCIETIES  Wall  Paper  Bargains  Wall Paper prices have steadily  advanced since we purchased 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.  Enderby Music Store  J. E. CRANE, Proprietoi  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40  Regular meetings first  Thursday .on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35. K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  W". 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Prices -  right, satisfaction  guaranteed.' Immense  " stock, prompt shipment  Vou save money by getting ���������������������������  Catalogue to-day. -  II     T. W. Boyd & Son, ~.  ~ 27 Notre Dune St. West. Montreal  -'���������������������������  .' |  .,- '..The Chinese in rVanc6uy^r.;are"^;V  said to pay" very little attention," tq*^*  the Half Holiday Act���������������������������just aboutasV  much'as they" pay "to'any othe'ivAct. ; ,���������������������������  when it "conflicts with,their wishes:;- -���������������������������.  Boys must be scarce" in Mission'--*,,  City. There the girls pay them '5c V  to see them home.    ,.'   '       .     "'   V  ��������������������������� -- ���������������������������*.   ^. * j*  r. _������������������������������������������������������?.-&  j*js sAj)'!/������������������i  -Y7Y-������������������'&r*~  I'-'-VJ  ButterWrapper  Parchment  The   Dominion   law   against thc selling of  butter-without��������������������������� the_words.V Dairv_Buttcr"_or _  "Creamery Butter"���������������������������as thc case may he���������������������������printed  on thc butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise to the  average farmer. In the first place, if his Butter  wrappers are neatly printed with his name and  thc brand of thc butter on thc label, the storekeeper can readily sell the butter at 5c a pound  more than hc can gel for butler wrapped in paper  that is not printed, and thc butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant.         "  It is tlie duty of every butter maker to comply wilh thc law in this matter. Some'butter  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butter that it docs not appear to them lhat lhcy  can afford-to'have' their butter wraps printed.  They do not like the idea of having 500 or 1000  butter wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of butter makers, The Press has printed up  a quantity'of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They arc  printed-with.thc words "Fresh Dairy Butter" but  do not bear thc name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill thc requirements of the law  governing this point, and can bc bought in small  quantities at the rate of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not require .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 '���������������������������>   o  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, September 7, 191C  GIL LETT'S LYE  EATS DIRT  "'"���������������������������ll SUCH OHEHINO - run. OialCtlOKS IfSl" " *  ^h-ix  _  <&&gSste ���������������������������������������������  U*i<:  "^  SpGlLLETTCOMPANYL!HlTg  ^    TORONTO ONT.     HC*TRt  "Of//? DAY" APPEAL FOR FUNDS  THE YELLOW STREAK  With a pocket full of money  Any coward can be brave:  When the sky \s bright and sunny  Any man his flag can wave.  But lhe lest of every fellow  Js disaster's sudden blow,  And if be 's streaked with yellow  It is then that it will show.  You will never find a quitter  If he's leading in lhe race;  It is when the light grows bitter  And another makes tlie pace  Thai the coward starts to bellow  And to whimper at his woe;  J I" a man is streaked wilh yellow  "When hc 's pressed if 's sure to  show.  Can you sland the gad* of losing,  Can you battle to thc end;  Take the culling and the bruising  ������������������And nol let.your courage bend?  For the lest of pluck i.s never  When you're leading in the race,  J3ul are you game as ever  When another sets the pace?  ,L\' EXAMPLE  OF  CONSISTENCY  Referring lo the remarks of Mr.  M. A.-Macdonald in his address at  Vernon last week, the News says:  "Mr. Macdonald very conveniently forgot to inform his audience  That while the cost of lhc new wing  to thc parliament buildings did exceed that of thc original structure,  the Jloor space in the addition was  also greater lhan that of the old  building, and lhal it was very much  moie elaborately finished . It musl  also have occurred to him lhal  building materials and labor cosl a  greal deal more than lhcy did 20  years ago when the parliament  building was erected. He surely  can hardly blame the Government  for choosing to spend the money in  lhis Province rather lhan turn il  over to an American firm of contractors which put in the lowest  tender. Neither can the Government he greatly blamed, one would  Uiink7T'()r"fhdTicing" the" "contrnfclento cut 820,000 oil' his original lender. Me i.s wrong in hinting that  the contractor was recompensed  for lhis by extras. The sworn testimony'of thc investigation shows  that lhe Government refused lo recognize his claim for such extras.  Mr. Macdonald also neglected to Icll  -his--iivNiix'i>-tiuil-4ia--was-cuLUiset..foii_  lhe contractor, W. S. McDonald, on;  a claim against the Government for  >*.")!).000 over and above the amount  paid. The Government refused lo  meel lhis demand, yet Mr. Macdonald, who tried lo gel *r>!),()()i) more  for ihe contractor,* now endeavors  lo make the people believe that lhe  Government paid loo much Certainly this i.s a brilliant example of  consistency."  I am enclosing copy of a dispatch  just received from Lord Lansdowne  president of lhe British Red Cross  Society, advising that, with the approval of Their Majesties the King  and Queen and Her Majesty Queen  Alexandra, an appeal is being"'made  throughout Ihe Empire for contributions for Ihe great work of the  British i^ed Cross Socicly on "Our  Day," Thursday, 19th of October.  The appeal made last October resulted in a total collection of $1,-  858,008.50 in Canada, and very  large sums in other parts of lhe  Empire, but the increase in our  forces and in the great offensive  being carried on upon all fronts is  such that there is again an urgent  need of money.  British Columbia has responded  magnificently t o the demands of  various funds for patriotic purposes, and I am confidently, asking  for your assistance on lhis occasion  Tn Victoria and Vancouver the  Canadian Red Cross Society has  undertaken Lo make thc appeal, and  all olher bodies in those districts  arc requested to co-opcralc with  them in making a success of "Our  Day." Jl is expected that where-  evcr there is a branch of the Canadian Red Cross Society it will similarly undertake the work, but will  need all the support possible.  IL i.s earnestly requested lhat all  those whom this circular reaches  will promptly take steps in co-operation with all olher representatives  who have been circularized, and  any others whom they can interest,  to call a public meeting to further  the objects of this appeal.  First, by appointing a strong committee lo take charge;  Second, by appointing an Hon.  Secretary-treasurer who will advise  me of lhe preliminary steps taken,  sec to the banking of the funds, ancl  immediately after October' 19th the  remittance of same to the credit of  thc Lieutenant-Governor of British  Columbia, notifying mc of the  amount;  Third, by taking all steps possible  lo enlist public sympathy and by  keeping the question before the  public in  the local  newspapers:  Fourth, By organizing the collection of the British Red Cross Socicly, either by street collections  on October 19lh, by the giving of  entertainments, or by the soliciting  of subscriptions on or before that  dale, or by a combination of all  these or olher methods.  I shall be glad lo receive al as  early a date as possible an acknowledgment from yourself, or from the  person appointed for the purpose  in your district, so that il may be  known lhal the matter is in hand in  every pari of lhe Province, and that  the results will be commensurate  wilh the sympathy of the British  Columbia people for the activity of  the greatest   Red   Cross  Society  of  NATIONAL EIGHT-HOUR DAY  There will not be a strike of the  railway men of America. Thc strike  was slated to begin Monday morning last, but on Friday the United  States Government put through an  eight-hour working day law for all  railway men, which satisfied the  leaders .representing thc railroad  Workers, and lhe strike was declared off. The bill lhat stopped  the strike provides that after January 1, 1917, eight hours shall he regarded as a basis of icckoning for  a day's pay for men engaged in thc  operation of trains on all roads except roads less lhan 100 miles long  and electric lines; that they shall  receive pro rata pay for work in  excess of eight hours, and lhat their  rale of compensation shall not be  changed pending an investigation  for six lo nine months of the effect  of the eight-hour day upon the railroads by a commission lo be appointed by the President. Railroad  ollicials declare lhat the action of  Congress in passing the bill will  cost them -$00,000,000 a year in increased wages lo the trainmen, but  Brotherhood ollicials say the cnacl-  menl will mean nol moie lhan an  annual increase of $20,000,000.  IT STRIKES BACK  The Prohibition  Act Condemns  Itself  "Retalitory legislation," says a  Washington dispatch, "in support  of diplomatic protests against thc  Allies' interference with American  trade has heen decided on as a general policy of the Washington Government. A. high oflicial pointed out  lhat up to now the United States has  relied solely on lhe sense of justice  of the belligerent nations, but that  despite the practices which lhis  Government has denounced as illegal in a sweeping note, trade  pressure and discrimination have  heen increasing exasperalingly. An  amendment lo the revenue bill gives  the President discretionary power  lo prohibit thc importation of products which cannol bc. imported  into foreign countries from: lhe  United States. This is aimed directly at the British embargo restricting  the shipment of American tobacco.  An amendment to thc shipping bill  gives lhe Secretary of thc Treasury  discretionary power lo refuse clearance papers to all ships refusing lo  take American merchandise on  olher grounds lhan thc lack of  space. This amendment is designed to reach all vessels which  refuse to accept the goods of American firms on lhe Brilish commercial  blacklist."  Believe me,     Yours very truly,  F. S.  Bahxaih),  Lieutenant-Governor    of   British  Columbia.  Bound by Parly ism  And Sportsman's Supplies; shells  oi various sizes for shot gun and  rifle, loading requirements; game  bags, hunting coats and boots���������������������������  in short, anything to meet your  requirements for the hunting  season.  What is the good of our boasting | c     . n n,iiaM   cv  abuut our freedom if we are bound i Sealers, Caps, Rubbers, Etc.  bv parlyism? When it comes right j Everything required in the fruit  down lo a show of cards, the wordsj preserving season will be found  Conservative and Liberal mean j on OUT sales shelves. We have  nothing. Whal mav be the policy; all makes and all sizes, andean  of one now will perhaps be Lhe! supply every need. 'Phone your  policy of the other ten years hence.' order if you are not coming down  Mark   lo   Liberal   leader   Brewster! town and we   will   make   imme-  crying in lhc wilderness about Pre-jdiate delivery.  mier  Bowser having stolen  planks1  from   his   platform.     And   by   Ihe  same token, if Bowser were out and  Brewster in. the  former would  he  bemoaning  the  swiping of certain  of thc planks from his platform by  the   latter.���������������������������Kaslo   Kootcnnin.       -  Fly Swatters, Fly Paper, Fly  Poison Pads, etc.  W. J. Woods  ZEPP BROUGHT DOWN  Another Zeppelin raid was carried out hy thirteen airships over  London and adjacent country Saturday night and Sunday morning.  An oflicial report states it was the  most formidable attack lhat has  been made on England. The rcduc-  "llTTifiTi'TTlrscurati o iro H i gh ls-=p ro veel  mosl eflicacious, ������������������������������������������������������ for the rading  squadrons, instead of steering a  steady course as in the raids of. the  spring and of last autumn, groped  about in the darkness looking for a  safe avenue lo approach their objectives. Three airships only were  able to approach the outskirts of  London. __0.n e _._o IL J h cniji p p c a red.  over the northern district about  2.IT) in the morning, where she was  picked up by searchlights and engaged by anti-aircraft guns. Soon  the airship was seen to burst inlo  llames and fell to earth. Thc airship was destroyed, Ihe wreckage,  engines and half-burned bodies of  the crew being found at Cufley,  near Fnfield. Lieut. William L.  Robinson, of the Royal Flying  Corps, aged 21 years, was awarded  lhe Victoria Cross by the King, for  "conspicuous bravery" in bringing  down the Zeppelin.  It Will Not Prohibit-Read Clause 57.  It IS ClaSS Legislation���������������������������Read Clauses 3 and 57.  It is Ull-British���������������������������Read Clauses 28, 40 and 48.  It will Increase Taxation���������������������������Read clauses 58-60  It will send enormous sums of money  out of the Province and throw thousands  of persons out of employment.  Read the Act  Vote "NO"  Specimen Ballot on the Act:  Are you in favor of bringing  the "British Columbia Prohibition Act" into force ?  YES  NO  X  DO NT SPOIL YOUR BALLOT !  MARK IT HERE !  REMEMBER: The question to be voted  upon IS NOT the subject of Prohibition, but the Adoption or Rejection of the B. C Prohibition Act  We sell only the best grade  of Coal Oil; Price, 3 Gallons  for    ONE    DOLLAR  Canada���������������������������or al least that portion  of it laboring under Ihe delusion  thai Ihey can legislate goodness inlo  people���������������������������is just now at aboul thc  stage where the people of the New  England slates found themselves in  the (lavs of lhe old blue laws, in  Vancouver lhc Lord's Day Alliance  has been driving the animal pretty  hard, and have succeeded in closing fruil and picnic grocery stores  tight on Sundav, bul nt the same  time cigar stands and shoe shiners  can do business.  FOR SALF���������������������������All kinds of vegetables,  apples and plums. Cheap. Apply,  W. R. Cosnell, River Bend, Knderby. ������������������31-2l  WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH REPAIRS FOR ANY STOVE  OR FURNACE.  PLUMBING, HEATING AND ROOFING.  Mail Orders receive our prompt and careful attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  ���������������������������ETAKEY!  It may fit the Lock.  We start giving them away Sept 1st  For particulars see circulars or call at  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  FOR SALE���������������������������W. Leghorns, W.Wyan-  clottes and Barred Hock pullets,  March and April hatched; also 2  dozen W. Leghorn hens, 1915  hatched, ancl 7 Barred Hock hens,  11)15 hatched; all sound utility  birds; reasonable price.' C. F.  Bigge, Gain ford Ranch.  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed   strictly   fresh;  35 c per dozen.      Mrs. E. Gray.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.Wcst,  Enderby. m4-tf  A Woman's Heart  The average male heart, says an  exchange, weighs from ten to  twelve ounces. Its average size is  about five inches long, three and  one-half inches wide, and two  inches in greatest depth, and this  induces another to remark that the  average woman's heart is big  enough to take in a good sized man  wilh all his impedimenta of faults.

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