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 ~j ,^_;VJ_ *  Enderby, B. C., October 5, 1916  Vol. 9; No. 32;   Whole No.'452'.  \  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Buzz Johnston raffled his horse  on Tuesday, it going to Geo. Dale,  No. 79.  Quartermaster-Sgl. Barnes and  Lieut. Hatcher spent Sunday in  Enderby.  W. J. Lemke expects to leave for  Bremerton the end of this week,  to rem a i iii  The convention of B.C. Municipalities will be held at Vernon Oct.  11th and 12th.  Ptc. Jas. Pound is spending a few  days at his Enderby home before  leaving with-his regiment.        ,  ;  The Red'Cross: stall will be held  ' Saturday,  Oct.  1th.   -All  contributions are most acceptable.  v Mr. and Mrs. Bigge, Mrs. Proctor  and Miss Mowat arc-booked to leave  ���������������������������    for England on the 12th inst.,  St. George's Church, Sunday, Oct.  .'- 8th:-Morning Prayer and Holy Com-.  - niunioh, -11 a.m., Evening Prayer,  . ,, 7.30.   .. ���������������������������'���������������������������:,,  Mrs. Attenborough has been con-  .   -fhicd.-to her bed'the pasl few days,  '- suffering the joys and sorrowsofVa  j-' grippe. ; -'   "    i Y. Y'    .'*-"    -   -'".  ;,.. V\ Miss Ida Robinson is taking the  .   position ~as-. assistant   postmistress  made ;vac'ant',by, the resignation' of  Miss. Mowat.'   ) V V~   '       :     '*  '-**  The advertised meeting of Eiider-  by and District Conservative Association last Saturday afternoon did  not materialize.  The Government telephone office  is now located at the" Post Office,  wherc long-distance messages can  be\sent and received.  Mrs. Kemp, who spent' the summer months visiling her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. A. E. West, returned to*  Winnipeg Wednesday."  Mrs. W. J. Woods and sister, Mrs.  5    Lambert, returned from Mabel Lake  last week,' where they enjoyed, a  month at Leighton Beach.  Mrs. Henry Greyell is visiting her  daughter, Mrs. Campbell, at Kamloops.    Pte. Laurie Long, her bro-   ther._is-lying_ill .at _thc_Kamloops  hospital.  \ Mrs. Jas. Marlyn was called to  Kamloops the past week by the sudden death in her brother's family  of two children, 6 and 2 ycars of  age.  Fred Tennant, of Vernon, will bc  in charge of Reeves' drug store a  week or two, while Mr. Reeves takes  a" Irip into the hills forgame and  sport.  Some time between Sept. 24th  and 27th a good G-ft. crossput saw  belonging to P. Rosoman, was stolen  from a pile of logs by the side of  his.trail.  Grouse seem to be very scarce in  most sections this season, and the  reason given is that they are higher  up in the mountains than usual al  this time of year.  We are snifflin' an' snuHlin', and  sneezin' an' freezin'; *\yheezin' an'  ���������������������������puffin'; bakin' and achin'���������������������������'cause  we've got the grip. And all the fun  is gone out o' ticklin' the toggle.  Mr. McNab is clearing land and  making extensive improvements on  his farm, adjoining that of Percy  Rosoman, and is. getting several  head of stock from Alberta. He believes in nothing but thc best and in  making his crops walk to market.  Pte. Elwin Wheeler enjoyed a day  or two at home this week, the last  before going cast wilh his regiment.  Elwin Wheeler and Kenneth Strickland are the only Enderby boys in  the signalling corps of the 172nd,  which leaves shortly, for the fronl.  Corp. Thos. Robinson is spending FORTUNE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL  a few days at home.  Mr..J. S. Johnstone returned last  Friday from a visit of"some weeks  with his sons at >Boisevain. Mr.  Johnstone says as soon as the cold  weather started in Manitoba he  the sunny Okanagan, where there  concluded it was time lo return to  are no winter winds and snowdrifts  are unknown.  Ira C. Jones was in Enderby, a  few, days^ the past week, renewing  old ties of .friendship.'    Mr. Jones  -has the contract for the erection of  -**-   ���������������������������*** ��������������������������� i i  a school,house at Oyama'.   He will  probably visit Enderby frequently  this fall.   The Oyama school is the  sixth he has erected for thc  vincial educational board.  ,  The marriage of Mr. Percy W.  Starr and Miss Nellie A. Hancock,  .well-known in Enderby, was solemnized at the home of the bride'spar-  'ents, Vancouver; by the Rev. R. J.  For September  " Division I.  Sr. Fourtli���������������������������Esther Carlson, Carrie Carefoot, Roy Oakes, Kathleen  Poison, Vcrna  Peel,'Ella Johnson.  Division II.  Jr. Fourth���������������������������Violet Grant, Matilda  Oakes, Vera Sharpe.  Sr. Third���������������������������Ella McKay, Sadie  Hassard, Agnes Sparrow;  Mr. Third���������������������������Elizabeth Dale, Alice  Landan and George Carefoot equal,  Elsie Lucas.     > , -  Division III.  - Sr.   Second���������������������������Clarence  Burnham,  AVillie Dale, Henry Walker.*  pro: i    Jr.   Second���������������������������Mabel - Dale, Willie  Sowden, Howard Carleton.   .  . First���������������������������Esma Carleton, Mamie, McKay, Evelyn Hawkins.  Division IV.    . '    <  Second   Primer���������������������������Ernest ��������������������������� Carson,  Sally Walker, Roy Olson.  First, Prim���������������������������RoberL Baird, Helen  City Hall Monday afternoon at 3  o'clock, Ocl. Olh, for the purpose of  reorganizing, and they desire all  who are interested to attend thc  meeting and assist In the work.  Mclntyrc" on September 27th.   Only  the. immediate friends of the bride! Glen, Elsie Sberlo.w.  'and /'groom. were   present.** They  lefton the night boat for the Sound  cities,- and. .upon 4heir->returnrwill" -  reside at.Abbottsford.        /  - V  SUCCESSFUL' WHIST DRIVE  CANADIAN'PATRIOTIC FUND  \ The,.treasurer : of, thir  Canadian  Patriotic^Fund ^acknowledges" the  following    contributions  .receiyod  during the past-month: *  *.-   ,  Graham Rosoman '....'..,  ....:;$ 2.00  A. Reeves  ... .* ���������������������������  .-'..- J 4.00  Red Cross Tea Rooms' ..'  ... 10.00  Dr. HVW. Keith--..,...  -.:,. 10.00  Mrs.-Reeves     ..." 4.00  Miss Laing . SS   V.,*   2.00  C. B. -Winter   ..-..10.00  C. P. Ryan :    ...    2.00  Miss E. Cooke   .:.., l.oo  Miss S. Cooke .*.'.   ..: . 2.00  The whist drive given*'ih K.pf.P.  hall' Tuesday evening:by;the" ladies  of Enderby. - interested-"in ..sending  '       __r_ ���������������������������    $47.00  Rev. C. Reed is, expected  to return  from service in France shortly.  ladies hoped 716 'raise -'$25 .by^the  effort,', and' tliis ' amount' was- exceeded.by some seven,or cighL'dol-  lars/-the proceeds being. $31.50,  with olher amounts . promised" yet  to come in.The ladies wish todhank  all who contributed to-the success  of the affair. ;   ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������   .    *  "  Owing to:the Tobacco Fund going:  out of existence!, it is the wish ,of  the.ladies,who now have the funds  in hand to hold a meeting in the  GEN. JOFFRE SATISFIED  Under date of Sept. 29th, General  Jofl'rc sent ��������������������������� the following to the  armies of the north: "The general  commander-in-chief expresses great  satisfaction to the troops \vho have  been fighting .unceasingly on the  Somme for nearly three months. By  their valor and perseverance they  have given blows to the enemy from  which-lie has had difliculty .in recovering. Verdun relieved; twenty-  five villages reconquered; ��������������������������� more  than 35,000 prisoners and 150 cannon taken; successive-enemy' lines'  broken, through for a depth of ten  kilometres���������������������������such are' the results already obtained. In continuing the  contest with the'same tenacity, in  ardor,   in .union  redoubling ytheir  with our,brave allies, t'113 valiant,  armies of the Somme.'will be as-)  surcd a glorious part iri thedecisive-  victory.;'"" ''���������������������������'' 7 S'Y* >J";"-:i.V";  . -REDSCROSS TEA ROOM      V  Proceeds- for "September. :-V-.'$47.38  Expenses.'.1 :;.r".V: V .>:*;. .-.'.-��������������������������� :W 18.80  Patriotic,Fund 7 .":\ V. .V/V.v.,- "7.00  The regular weekly sewing mect:  ings '.wiIf be" ,resumed in " the, Red  Cf'oss room Tuesday afternoon, Oct.  10th.--,.'. y     '  '  Ten Zeppelins visited London ancl  adjacent territory Sunday nighl ancl  one of them wa& brought down by  gunfire. The usual amouni of damage in the open counlry is reported..  La Diva and D. & A. Corsets; full  range sizes;-slylc and fit guaranteed '  ���������������������������at Speers.  OhccTiiorc, lhrouginHFtliligcntri)'crsistcTil=and  resourceful efforts of City Clerk Rosoman, the  City of Enderby is enabled lo call its lax sale oil".  There will bc no property sold for taxes by tbe  City lhis year, unless, perchance, a "slip" occurs  in thc arrangements now made between the City  ancl one of the largest owners of property in  arrears, in which case it will bc (lone through the  courts, by suit, judgment and sheriff sale. At a  special meeting of the-Cily Council held Monday  evening Cily Clerk Rosoman   laid   before   the; the properly may be sold outright with no time  Mayor and Aldermen Sharpe, Faulkner and Fra-j given in which to redeem.    For this .reason thc  "ByHhis^courscHhc-cilies^are^relievcd^ol^thc^ne-  cessity of taking over and holding for two ycars,  al least, much property lhat would thereupon become non-productive in taxes. By the regular tax  sale-course, thc law is all in favor of the property j^,'  owner, who is unfortunate enough lo be delin-'  quent, in that it keeps the cosl of execution low  and gives the owner two ycars in which lo redeem. Thc suit course, on the olher hand, adds  to_lhc cost of execution and, under.the judgment,  LATEST-WAR SUMMARY      <  Another Wireless Press report  states that von Mackcnscn has orV  dered the, evacuation1" of the Rumanian fortress* of "Silistria and  Turtukai recently captured-by thc  Teuton-Bulgarkin-Turkish forces. A  similar report to this "was sent out,  last week from'the same source, but  official bulletins, either German*,  Bulgarian or Rumanian, have failed'  to mention any such movement, y "  Rumania's stroke against the Cen-  tral Power's iii throwing a 'force"  across the Danube into, Bulgaria is  the outstanding feature in the last.-  war bulletin. If this army is sufii-'  ciently strong it constitutes a seri- -  ou menace to von Mackcnsen's left  flank. On the other hand, Berlin  reports lhat Austrian, and German'  monitors have destroyed .the poii;'  toon bridges across the Danube, in,,"  the rear of the Rumanian, forces',  which, had. crossed tlie liver arid iii-V  va'decl Bulgaria. V V : -,s.-S. s7s:sC.  N On the ^Vestern front tliel British-���������������������������}.  aiuLCanadiaritroops^havcbeeh sub^'V , ., ��������������������������� ...  jected* to,'desperate" counter.attacksi^^M  ;y the Germans in.an effort*;to .re-^,i-^ryis^^  take" thc.-'gro'und - in ;the 7-vieiriily v df~iY-^M50M  Thicin'al,,,whichy wasycapturedVby*{^^Bgip8  our troops. -At last*' acQbunts^���������������������������theVTJft4i^^^"������������������,  ,cnemy-ha'd_succeedediin-.retaking a"_?VV^y.*^^  subpart of'U^t^eficl^'butlrall^?^^  other .points -llie"British '''and**Xan-''-J'^7-KilM^������������������;  adiani troops were'holding theirVV ' ""**'  ground.;. -  *.   ~   .-V1 '' ~S      \ ���������������������������!/���������������������������}-  Reports from the Eastern front1 in-.',    y  dicatc-.that the Russians are again .'* '/  allacking.in.ari effort lo reach Lem-  berg.   Reports,from lhat quarter do  not make "clear wliat, progress- has .  b_en made.       *    ' ''    ��������������������������� ; .-    :  On the Italian fronl there does ���������������������������'���������������������������*'  not seem to he any serious move-" .,;  ment by cither side. *       ', ., " -  In the Balkans, on  the Saloniki , - /  front,    the   -British,    French    and   "--  Italian forces arc attacking thc Bul-:    ' I  garianrGerman    forces    at   several"-  points, the report says, to prevent  the enemy transfcring any of his  forces- lo'other fronts, presumably  Rumania  or -TransylvWiaV" These  arc the important points at the present time, as il is here von Mackcnscn is attempting'to lake the offen-  e   against   the    Russo-Rumanian  : vt' ''������������������������������������������������������/FZf&l  <���������������������������'- r '".'���������������������������''"^."^al  vcl, a statement showing the results of efforts put  forth thc past few weeks. All ratepayers, excepting those exempt under the military service Act,  and four others in arrears for 1914 taxes, had paid  up.    These four ratepayers".'between them own  ...... .... . _s  il  G7 parcels of land, on which  taxes in arrear  amount to $2,000, in round numbers.   The tola  Cily of Enderby has preferred lo hold lo lhe tax  sale course. In future, however, it is possible the  course of quicker action may have to be adopted,  as it has been adopted in most of thc cities in, the  Province.  That lhe tax sale can again be declared off must  bc a source of relief to thc city ollicials, and more  parlicuJarly to City Clerk Rosoman. Ujion the  City Clerk  falls most of  the blame  from   the  thoughtless  for all and sundry of the dillicullies  number of parcels of land levied upon in the  city is 630, and the 1914 lax levy amounted to  $16,611.85.   One of these owners,in arrears, and  whose property*.Ayas subject to lax sale, haddc- lhal must arise in times like-these between' the  posited with the City Clerk a cheque post dated city and the individual ratepayer. No cily could  three weeks for the full amount of his 1914 have a .more conscientious or more capable* clerk  arrears, some $1,500. To him arc assessed 53 of | Ihan'it has''been 'Enderby's -'good-fortune lo have  the 67 parcels of land subject to tax sale. If the j since-incorporation.' To our-personal knowledge,  Council was'prepared to accept his post dated j Mr. Rosoman has received many openings for the  settlement, this would leave only 14 parcels to j clerkship of other and larger cilics than Enderby  come up for tax sale, the arrears on which would is or can ever hope to bc.   But he has repeatedly  amount to $500. After due deliberation'it was  decided to accept'the provisional settlement on  the 53. parcels and call the tax sale off. Should  thc provisional settlement fail to materialize, and  in forcing collection on the olher 14 pin-eels, the  Council felt that the City still'had-the suit, judgment and sheriff's sale course open,,  In this connection, it might be well to state that  in most localities the* suit and judgment course  is adopted as a means of forcing lax collections.  armies which have set out to  tare Constantinople.  cap-  "TBEY OF HEARTS"  Manager Bobbs promises his'  patrons the best movie attraction of  thc film circuit���������������������������lhat master proh-,  lem play in fifteen parts "Trey of  Hearts." This is not a long-drawn-  out serial, but is short, '.snappy-aiid  intensely interesting from first'-to  Jast. It is onc of the big feature's of  the Universal Company, the producers of the best in movie plays. It  will be shown two parls*cach week  ���������������������������seven weeks in all. .lust lhe right  length lo suit the majority of-people. The opening chapters and introduction will appear"Friday and  Saturday evenings ofihis week. Do  not miss them.  'I  There i.s no candy on lhc market  purer than lhe Bed Seal. This  week Joe placed on his shelves a  large shipment of this purest of  candies.   Also a fresh lot of the best  turned these clown,'and confines his work" to keeping.the executive aiid judicial life of Enderby up  lo its highest and best.   Men are always prone.to  blame somebody else for their own faults or mis-lcllocol!llcs m:i(le !'>' Ganong. You  fortune. And in small community life this is par~lkno>v there is none better���������������������������and they  ticula'rly noticeable. And the most likely, most  convenient person to carry the burden is cilher  the-city clerk or the city constable. Both are a  thorn in the flesh"of the man who carries a  grouch and wears it under his coat tail.  are  doubly delicious  when   fresh.  Come in and let us serve you���������������������������Joe.  Turn hull's underclothing for children; all sizes. Buy early: combinations and two-piece. Al Speers' THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  ��������������������������� Thursday, October 5,1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  II.   M.   WAI.KKK  Published  every   Thursday at    Iindorby,  B. C. at  82   per  year,   by   tlie  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  Another problem is suggested in a leaflet issued  by the Minister of Trade and Commerce. He  asks: "Are wc lo anticipate a Hood of immigrants  seeking homes in the last great West, or will that  Westward flow be checked by lhc need of rebuilding devastated Europe, by emigration restrictions and by thc sheer scarcity of men resulting from losses in war?" Another problem  suggests itself in this qucrry: "Are we to face a  period of diminished purchasing power combined  with higher cost oi" jiroduclion owing to dearer  raw materials, higher taxes and higher wages?  If such conditions develop, how long will they  prevail?   How can lhcy bcsl be relieved?"  These are a few of lhe problems whieh arc lo  bc considered al the conference of business men  of Canada lo bc held at Toronto at an early dale.  There are hundreds of others. But there arc  other problems which may bc classed as community problems���������������������������problems lhal each community must solve for itself. The onc nearest thc  heart of all is lhat of individual welfare, for no  community can be a healthful and helpful commimily if the individuals which combine lo make  it arc not healthful and hopeful. Thc nearer self-  suslaining each community becomes,' the heller  will be the condi lion of ils people individually.  This can alone come by and through systematic  co-operative effort. We must know thc requirements of thc communitv, then devise means of  meeting these requirements. Are wc doing this  in this community? Or arc wc just "muddling  along"? "Muddling through" used lo bc spoken  by Britishers in a somewhat bravado spirit. We  used to laugh at this national failing. But wc arc  fast learning that thc "muddling" must cease.  Wc no longer can laugh at it. It is becoming too  serious. Wc arc now casting about in the hope  of finding a way out. Shall wc do so? Arc wc fil  and ready for the ordeal wc musl pass through in  order lo iind lhis way?  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.  86S  The Connaught tunnel at Bogers' Pass,  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1916  LIVE STOCK FARMING PAYS BEST  Time and again The Press lias pointed out thc  great need of utilization of our raws materials at  home il" wc arc to bring this, favored dislrict up to  it fullesl and best development. Thc land available for agricultural purposes in this Valley is.  comparatively speaking, small in acreage. Thc  Valley is narrow, with rolling hills on cither side.  True, but very little of this land is now under  cultivation. Most of it is slill "in lhe rough." But  if every acre available i'or agriculture were now  under cultivation���������������������������as it surely-will bc some day  In lhc near future���������������������������there would still bc too little  of il, and its value would be loo high, for it to bc  given over lo hay and grain growing for lhe open  market. There arc thousands of acres of farm  land in llie Northwest suitable for this kind of  agriculture wherc there are len acres lhat can be  spared in the Okanagan Valley for the production  of lhe.se raw materials. Whal wc need here is lo  produce the finished commodity, with each farm  raising only sullicienl hay, grain, roots, etc., to  J'ccd to lhc stock raised thereon.  Cost accounting systems show that live stock  farms return lhe highest rate of inleresl on investment. Prof. W. F. Handschin, ol" the University of Illinois, who has charge of the cost ac-  "-"co it n I i n g-^vo rk-i n-dia Ks I a lergi ves-l-l 1 eH:o 1 lo wi n g-as-  thc main advantages of live slock farming:  1. Utilizing of rougher lands lo better advantage, and the utilizing of damaged feeds, cornstalks and si raw.  2. Increasing of lhe ferlilily of the soil by feeding the crops raised and the careful use of lhc  manure.  'A. Culling down lhc cost of horse and* man  labor by dislribuling il more equally throughout  lhe year.  ���������������������������I. Increasing proportion of valuable crops due  lo lhe fact lhat the building up of lhe soil by the  live slock system will increase lhe yield.  One of the new balllcships just completed on  lhe Clyde i.s said lo be the mightiest drendnaiighl  the world has ever seen; wilh a speed greater lhan  lhal of the speediesl battle-cruiser; wilh armor  and armament excelling lhal of all supcrdread-  naughls; wilh lfiO.OOO horsepower engines, which  would enable her to overtake and destroy any  possible opponent.  LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE  will be  formally opened about December 1st. The tunnel  is five miles long and is double-tracked, all of  which is laid except the steel on two miles of one  track.  WITH FLOURING MILLS IDLE  Sold by   Fulton   Hardware   Company  Are you going to do any  Building- or Repairing*  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring and Ceiling r 10.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding  Y. , $10.00  Cull Boards v '���������������������������:...   5.00   ���������������������������   "  No. 2 Dimension; 2x4 and 2x6 13.00  No. 3 Cedar Bevel Siding"... 15,00      "      "  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS, Ltd. E���������������������������derb,  Wilh flouring mills at Vernon, Armstrong and  Enderby, lhc latter wilh everything in shape lo  operate at two weeks' or a month's notice, some  200 carloads of wheal have been shipped cast this  fall from lhc northern part of* the Okanagan.  The mill at Vcrnon.has been dismantled several  years; that al Armstrong is only partly in condition, but thc mill al Enderby was, when it ceased  grinding some three ycars ago, one of the most  up-to-date 500-barrcl mills in the Province, and  its product���������������������������Model's Best���������������������������was as good as tlie  best on this or any other market. Todaylhis mill  lies dead. It has nol turned a wheel for three  years, though'much of the machinery was put in  new only a short time before it ceased grinding.  Allliclcd with lhc fruit mylh, lhc farmers and  merchants of lhc Okanagan" killed lhe bird that  laid thc golden egg. They "fell." lo thc special  inducements and rebates offered by eastern Hour  manufacturers and killed thc home institutions  which were employing large numbers of men and  al lhc same time offering a ready home market  for the wheal grown here.  Brilish losses in September were somewhat less  than those of August, when lhcy reached something over 130,000. In September thc casualties  amounted to 5,439 ollicers and 114,110 men.  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,  -WILL-SOMEBODY-EXPLAIN-  Canada is confronted by some immense problems; in lhe West we are running headlong inlo  dillicullies lhal present staggering consequences.  For every Brilish subject joining the colors we  are receiving a Chinaman, or a Japanese, or a  Bohunk lo take his place���������������������������on llie farm, in lhe  mines, lumber camp or factory. Can you not  foresee the consequences?. Foreigners do not. as  ���������������������������: rule, own properly; ihey do nol nay taxes; lhcy  do nol spend lhe money they make in llie country  and have no interest here beyond lhal of making  mosl of lhe opportunity which is now their's.  Quietly but surely these people are gelling a hold  upon the resources of the counlry. which il will  be impossible; lo break "when llie war is over."  England is an importing nalion; all her bread  and meal are now brought from other countries.  Yel bread and meal prices arc lower in England  than in Canada today.   Why?  Our Canadian statesmen seem to believe lhat  Canada can bc induced to mobilize her resources  simply by lhe suggestion coming from some clc-  _partincnLhead._^  away wilh all. army regulations and say to the  men, "Here, boys, train as individuals in your  own way in the/mallcr of courage, strength and  shooting, and some day you may fight I'or Britain  as a soldier?"  If lhe ballots cast for Prohibilion and Sull'rage  were not marked by lhe polling clerks as required  by law, whal will make lhe ballot a legal ballot?  "Al'lcr Prohibilion���������������������������Whal?" asks a reverend  gentleman of a neighboring'lown. Unless history  fails to repeal, il will be "wet" as prohibilion is!  dry. Thc people always Hop from one extreme  lo the olher.  ���������������������������  It doesn't look as il" there was any likelihood of  lhe Russian wheal reserve being released through  the Dardanelles lhis year. Flour is $3 a barrel  higher in lhe Uniled Slates and Canada lhan it  was a year ago, and millers declare it will retail  at $10 a barrel in lhe near future.  Why is trying lo do business without advertising like winking al a pretty girl through a pair of  green goggles?  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  KingEdwardHotel, L^mmY Enderby  FRESH  FISH  EVERY  THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  , ^������������������������������������������������������������������������*!><S><e><f><$><S><S^ >  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERBY, B.C.  .__Good Rigs ;__CarefulDri.v_.  ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  ancl Tourists invited to give us a trial.  <>  <���������������������������  i >  < >  i >  i *  ��������������������������� <  According lo information received from London by the Washington government, no less lhan  202 vessels of all nationalities have been sunk by  submarines between June 1 and September 24.  In addition lo these 15 were reported lo have been  sunk without warning, wilh a loss of 8-1 lives, a  grand lolal ol" 277. A lolal of 00 neutral vessels  were destroyed during the period.  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  c.  P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound                   Northbound  10.40 lv.  Sicamous       ar. 17.25  11.11  Mara                  16.40  11.25  Grindrod              16.24  11.30  ENDERBY             16.09  12.05  Armstrong             15.40  12.23  Larkin               15.20  12.50  Vernon                14.55  13.10 nr.  Okanagan Ldg     lv. 14.40  II. "W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A.,  Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and.  Alberta, 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. Nol more than 2560 acres  will he leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  _____ Agent of sub-Agent of. the_dis-_  ti-ict in whicli rights applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory the land  musl be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  lhe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S5 which will bo  refunded if the rights applied for  arc not ayailablc.JnitinoLothcrwise.  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish lhc Agent with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay lhc royalty thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should be  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining rights only, bul the lessee  may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should he made to lhc 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.--Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������83575.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now #  Thursday, October 5, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  IN THE TRENCHHES  Ptc. G. A. Neves writes from France: "Yesterday the Press was delivered to me in the trenches.  That same morning Fritzic enlivened us with a  few shrapnel shell.   I tried to read thc news, bul  lhe roar of our own guns made it difficult for mc  lo keep my attention fixed on the paper.   However, when tbe liill came, I was able to read in  peace.   Our regiment has been up against the real  thing, including gas alarms.   Am glad to say attended with few casualties.    A queer sensation  ���������������������������comes over a man,' looking across No Man's Land  i'or lhc first time.    And whal docs a man sec?  Nothing, but barb wire entanglements and thc  parapets of lhc enemy, who is invisible.   In lhc  daytime, looking through a pariscopc, if onc is  diligent, you may sec an occasional German, but  it is only a concealed sniper who can lake a shot.  Snipers on both sides arc very alert during daylight, and no onc intentionally attracts their attention, lor they are specialists in sending a man  over the Great Divide.   At night, No Man's Land  assumes a very mysterious aspect. For a moment  everything will bc so peaceful that it is very hard  for a man to realise he is facing sudden death,  then all of a sudden wc hear the sharp rat-tat of  tlie machine guns.and the spasmodic rifle shots.  Then  without  warning  thc  big  fellows  begin  coughing,   which   rudely  disperses   all   a   man  dreams of home and peace, and I agree with Gen.  Sherman, 'War is hell.'   But it has taken 20th  century civilization to produce the modern hell.  .... Maurice Salt is with our crowd, and he is  allright.   I think hc is the only Enderby boy with  us^   Thc rest arc mostly coast men."  RUMANIA'S PRECARIOUS POSITION  AN ADVENTUROUS VOYAGE  Ptc. Bernard Rosoman, who went overseas  with thc 103rd C. E. F., writes that hc is now onc  of lhc regimental constables and likes thc .life  immensely. Hc is stationed just 20 miles from  where hc was born. He says they have a fine lot  of officers, and he especially likes Major Black.  He says lhcy had a somewhat adventurous voyage  across the seas as lhcy missed their convoy in thc  fog and, finding themselves alone, sailed in a  zig-zag course for thc latter part of lhc journey  so as to avoid submarines. ' Onc day while lhc  boys were in thc bathing hole on 'lhc ship an  officer rushed down and said, "For God's sake,  boys, come up on deck or. you will all die likcrats  in a trap in a few minutes!"- Many rushed up on  deck, leaving their clothes below, but Bernard  said to himself if it was lhat bad hc might as well  slay where hc was, and so dressed himself at his  leisure, and by the time hc got on deck the ship  had evidently dodged the submarine or torpedo  or whatever it was. Many of thc boys lost money  and belongings in thc scamper with their clothes  under their arms up to thc deck.  THINKS HE HAS SERVED WELL  SECRET SOCIETIES  Instead of Rumania being a source of. help to  thc Allies, it looks now' as if her joining the Entente against the Teutons is going to prove a  pivot in thc East in favor of thc enemy. Apparently thc sudden counter offensive assumed by  Mackcnscn when Rumania took the field against  .the Austrians, was unlooked for by Rumania, ancl  " it was found to bc impossible to cope with it and  at the same time carry on the original plan of invasion of Austrian territory. A glance at, the map  will show thc immense strategic value of thc new  movement for thc Teutons. Rumania is shaped  like a boot. The movement bf Russo-Rumanian  troops into Transylvania was made directly  ^across the,instep of the bootv ,.It was a short-cut  from Russia into Austrian territory. Biit at the  moment Russian troops started into Transylvania  from this direction, Gcrman-Bulgarian-Turkish  troops invaded Rumania from Bulgaria at the  licclof thc boot.   The Dobrudsha District eni-  'braces thc heel,of the Rumanian boot,.and it is  here thc Teutons have succeeded in making their  . greatest gains. In order to meet,this sudden invasion from an unlooked-for source, Russian and  Rumanian'forces have been forced to give up  most of the territory captured in Transylvania,  and Teuton reports under date of Sept. 30th state  that "the encircling battle at Hcrmannstadt,  which began Sept. 26th, has been won. Under  command of General von Falkcnhaync, German  and Austrian������������������troops defeated strong sections of  thc first Rumanian army, and thc remainder of  thc enemy troops lied in disorder into thc impassable mountain counlry.'"  It is not more than 125 miles across Rumania  at thc ankle of thc boot, and, with thc Auslrian-  . German troops invading from the instep and thc  Bulgarian-Gcrman-Turk troops coming'in from  the heel, it would not be surprising to sec the new  Balkan front extending through Bucharest, the  ���������������������������Rumanian=capitalrl'rom-thc-Bulgar-ian-bordcD*ta  thc Transylvanian passes, now reported to bc in  thc hands of Austrian-German troops, virtually  cutting off thc toe of thc boot.  THE WAR OF THE FUTURE  A correspondent"writes the Press: "With thc  change of government a lot of appointments will  inevitably be made, and Conservative foremen go  out and Liberals take their places. This occurs  with every change of government and is to bc  expected, iri a general way. But when wc think  of these changes it is well that we pay tribute lo  those retiring foremen who have served well, ahd  in this connection wc wish to mention the name  of Henry Baxter, who, ever since he look hold of  thc Mabel Lake section as road foreman has been  a civil servant in thc best sense of thc word. Party  politics were never discussed with thc men at  work on the roads. He would say, 'My instructions arc to distribute thc work among the settlers  as much as possible,' and this hc did regardless of  lhcir political leaning."  MEN WANTED FOR FORESTRY BATTALION  There is a demand for men to enlist in the  242nd Forestry Battalion. Several drafts of recruits have already proceeded overseas from this  district to join this unit., The wages for experienced millwrights, sawyers, "cooks, etc., are  graded according to skill'and efficiency, and applications  for  enlistment Vwill  be  received  by  Quarter-master Sergeant H. A.  Matier,  at the  The following  Camp Headquarters in Vernon  scale of wages is paid: '".-'-    ���������������������������'.',  Millwrights from $2.50 to $3.50 per day.  Mill sawyers from $2.50 to $3.00: '���������������������������'-"        >    .  Cooks from $1.75 to $2. /  Saw filers and hammermen1 from $5.50 to $G  Filers from $2 to $2.50.  Edgcrmcn from $2.25 lo $2.50.";  WAR EXPENDITURES GO UP  Thc Yale Review says there will bc no territorial limits to thc war of lhe future, and distance  -will provide no prophylactic against the .annihilation of space. Thc war area is a definition of thc  past, and thc Germans, who complained that Freiburg���������������������������when it was bombed by the French���������������������������was  outside the sphere'of military operations, have  already dropped bombs on London; and women  and children living'almost on the borders ol  Wales have been killed by Zeppelin raiders coming from Central Europe. Ten ycars ago Count  Zeppelin was laboriously seeking lo construct a  lighter than air ship which would travel a lew  dozen miles al eighteen miles an hour; ten years  hence it will be as easy for airships from Europe  to drop bombs on the Mississippi valley. Submarines can now cross lhc Atlantic; ten years  hence they will circumnavigate the globe, and il  England were beaten, in this war thc terms ol  peace would include lhc cession of the Bermudas,  at least one West Indian island within easy reach  of tbe Panama canal, and a chain of stations  across the Pacific. Science, which is depriving  Great Britain of her insular security, will not long  leave America in its paradise of isolation.  Speaking of fire escapes, a woman was heard to  remark the other clay that her husband was the  Greatest fire escape on record���������������������������hc had not built a  fire in forty years���������������������������but, since Woman Suffrage  had come inlo force, she said the fire escape  would be a thing of the past.  Salt in water or other fluid retards the boiling.  Department of Works  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Mara School  SEALED TENDERS superscribed  "Tender for Oyama School," will bc  received by the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works up to 12  o'clock noon of Tuesday, thc 17th  day of October, 1916, for the erection and completion of a two-room  school-house and outbuildings at  Mara, in thc North Okanagan Electoral District.  Plans, specifications, contract,  and forms of tender may be seen on  and after the 28th day of September, 1910, at the oflice of. L. Norris,  Government Agent, Vernon; J.-Ma-  hony, Govcrniiient Agent, Vancouver; W. Owen, Secretary of,School  Board, Mara; and the Department  of Public "Works,'Victoria.  Intending tenderers can obtain  one copy of plans -and specifications by applying to the under-,  signed with a deposit of ten dollars  ($10),'which, will be refunded on  their-return in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque  made payable to the Honourable,  thc Minister of Public Works, for a  sum equal to 20 per cent, of tender,  which shall be forfeited if the  party tendering decline to enter  into contract when called-upon to  do so, or if he fail to complete the  work contracted for." The cheques  or certificates of deposit, of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned  to them upon the execution of the  contract. V-,     -  Tenders will not be considered  unless made out on the forms supplied, signed with .the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed  in the envelopes furnished.'  The lowest or any ��������������������������� tender, nol  necessarily- accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  Deputy    Minister,    and     Public  Works Engineer, Public Works Department. ���������������������������-' '  Victoria,   B.C.,   September   26th,  1916. -    -                   .-.._.  Depends on What'lIc'sJFull Of 7.  .."Men are like wagons," remarked  the man who dispenses aphorisms.  "They make the most noise when  empty."   , - ���������������������������:    '  "Your trolley is off the wire," re-,  joined thecontrary'person." "A man'  makes the most noise when, he is'1  full." ���������������������������  R. E. WHEELER  W. M.  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 Mondny evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  W. G. PELL, C. O.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  V F. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  ���������������������������    Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B,C.  GET THIS CATALOGUE  SAVE MONEY  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 S  right, satisfaction  guaranteed. .'Immense  stock, prompt shipment,.  You save money by getting,  '   Catalogue to-day..  T.W.Boyd & Son,  17 IJolre Dane St, Wot, Montreal  FOR*   RENT���������������������������Brick "cottage;, > six  rooms ancl "surface'-"(brick)-"cellar".'f'  all in good condition andcloscVto;  -mill.' Apply; Walker Press W * V  s.-rsM  \S', lM  '.MSjtfMl  \o.i_5 ^fVU-l  .. V''i'*y-*l  . ������������������������������������������������������.'  ���������������������������������������������*-"������������������-Rtse I  -'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Vi-'Vi'f'i&l  sss  Interesting war finance figures are contained  in tbe treasury statement issued Sept. 30th bythe  British Government. The exchequer balance  sheet for thc six months ending on that date  shows: Total receipts, ������������������1,968,687,085; total issues  out of the exchequer, ������������������1,942,038,803, an increase  of nearly ������������������1,000,000,000 over the corresponding  six months of last year. Of thc total receipts only  ������������������163,922,899 came from revenue, ������������������1,043,000,000  being money raised by the creation of a debt, and  nearly ������������������432,000,000 on credit of ways and means.  Revenue receipts show increases of ������������������61,000,000  ovcrHbc=samc-pcriod-last-year,-ncarly-������������������19,000,000-  of this being from property and income tax and  more than .������������������31,000,000 from duty on excess profits. Thc postal service showed an increase of  ������������������2,000,000; the customs an increase of ������������������7,000,000.  RECRUITING FOR THE NAVY  Co-operation between tbe military and naval  authorities is being arranged in connection with  the enlistment of recruits in Canada for the British navy. Five thousand is the number sought.  An ollicer of thc R. N. C. V. R. will be at Salmon  Arm October 10 to 14, when recruits will be examined and signed on. Previous experience is  unnecessary. Thq pay is practically the same as  for the regular anpy forces, with separation allowance where necessary. Kit and victuals free  and liberal. Term of service, 3 years, or duration  of war. Work consists of patrolling the Atlantic  and Pacific coasts, guarding troop and munition  ships, hunting submarines (as requisite.)  INSECT PESTS PLENTIFUL  Local agriculturists who have given the matter  some attention, tell us that lhis year brought out  almost every imaginable insect pest of the farm  and orchard, as well as being onc of the worst  mosquito seasons on record. Black aphides  abound in countless millions, but the absence is  noted of thc cabbage while butterfly (picris  brassicae) which is the parent of that destructive  green caterpillar; also there have been no  "daddv-long-lcgs" lhis year. Thc Cicadia, which  annually ripsaws the young twiggs of thousands  of apple trees, was also absent, and wasps have  kept the house-fly pest down lo the minimum.  Salt mixed with soda is a remedy for bec  slings.  ButterWrapper  Parchment  The Dominion law against the selling of  butler without the words "Dairy Butter" or  "CretTnTerj^Bu 11 er''���������������������������aiTthcrca scfm ay=bc���������������������������prin ted ***  on lhc 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  lhe brand of the butter on the label, thc storekeeper can readily sell thc butter at 5c a pound  more than hc can get for butler wrapped in paper  that is not printed, and thc butlcr-makcr gets thc  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from,  the merchant.   -  ���������������������������  It is the duty of every butter maker to comply with the law in this matter. Some buller  makers have only a cow or two, and make so little  butter that it does not appear to tliem that lhcy  can afford to have their butter wraps printed.  They do not like lhc 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" Butler Wraps. They are  printed with the words "Fresh Dairy Butler" but  do not bear the name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of the law  governing this point, and can be bought in small  quantities at the rate of 50c a hundred in 100 or  50 lots. If you do not require butler wraps in  larger lots, take these wraps in lesser quantities.  -    $2.75  -    -    3.75  In lots of 500,  In lots of 1000,  The Walker Press THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, October 5, 1915  DECLINE SUBSTITUTES  TIME TO THINK  Armstrong Fall Fair Well Attended  and Marked by Strong Features  Tlie directors and officers of the  Armstrong and Spallumcheen Agricultural Society provided every  possible inducement to make the  Fall   Fair  held   last   week   an   un-  ficlds of commerce ancl production  ���������������������������fields quite as important as those  at the front.  Mr. Foster is an orator of the first  rank.    His  words were moderate,  qualified success. But all ell'orts it j but intense, and his delivery  was possible to put forth could not j powerful in its dignity and strong  overcome the handicap under j ring of sincerity. He told ofthc  which this district, in common with i needs of the men at the front; of  most others, is operating. In every  department and in all classes, there  was unmistakable signs of falling  off, not only in numbers of exhibitors bul also in quality and se  their valor and determination; he  told of the need of lhe .Motherland  and of .Canada; he told of the, requirements of the community, the  Valley of which we arc a part; he  up of the exhibits.    This may bc told of the need of greater produc  Leslie's says this of conditions in  the stales, but if it were said of  conditions jn Canada it could not  hit the nail more fully on the head:  '' A m a n w h o built a b u n ga 1 o w  wilh his own hauls" acknowledged  that he hadn't the skill to hone a  razor. This was nothing to his discredit. We are not all endowed with  Ihe same gift. Some have the gift  of tongues, some of scientific  knowledge, some of finance, medicine,   law,  and   some  of  theology.  What this world needs is the right  man in thc right place. This nalion  needs most of all a statesman for a  statesman's job. "What would be  thought of a clerk, machinist or barber who should undertake to solve  the problems of astronomy, or to  make the rounds of the physician  in administering lo Ihe sick? Yet  under our form of government wc  can and do elect to our lawmaking  bodies men with no legislative ex-j  perience, no conception of the lim-j  itations of the law and no business  knowledge���������������������������men with smooth tongues and persuasive ways, persistent seekers for public place.  "As a result, we enact laws one!  year that must be repealed the nextj  because they will not stand the test;  of the courts. All the lime and j  money spent on such legislation isl  worse lhan wasted and lhc*** patient i  taxpayers foot the bill. Still worse,!  we have laws so unfair, inequitable i  and destructive that the.v cripple*  business, handicap trade and restrict commerce, ancl once more the  taxpayers foot the bill.  "The craze for lawmaking that  has encumbered  (he statute books  wilh a mass of undesirable and un-j  easily accounted for by Ihe lack of  help, owing to lhe large numbers  going to Ihe front, and the general  depressed condition of the markets.  For instance, with sugar high and  Hour 80 to $10 a barrel, there could  not be any inducement offered that  would have encouraged home-cooking, etc. Consequently the show  cases usually filled with delicious  bread, cakes, etc., were this year  virtually empty. And with mothers  and daughters knitting sox for  soldiers, there was no lime for  fancy work, and this department  fell far short of lhal of former fairs  at Armstrong. In fruits ancl vegetables the showing was more nearly  up lo lhat of past years, but here,  loo, there was evidence of lack of  care and finish on the part of the  growers. The poulty exhibit, while  good in quality in certain classes,  lacked in- numbers, there being but  little competition. Thc horses,  cattle and pigs exhibited were only  ordinary, particularly as to condition. The single department showing an improvement over former  years was that of sheep. Here there  were many pens of thc very best���������������������������  marking, shape and condition.  Bruce Oldford was the* only Enderby exhibitor in poultry. Hc had  nine birds entered ancl won five  firsts, three seconds and one ,third,  besides winning the special for the  best bird in the show���������������������������a Partridge  "Wyandotte hen.  j. H. Croft and AV. T. Marshall  were the principal exhibitors, if nol  the only ones, who in former years  entered birds in any number, and  were again on deck with numbers  and quality.  In sheep, J. W. Philips' Leiscesler  ewes; W. X. Townsend's Southdown  ram; W. T. Marshall's Shropshircs,  and IT .E. YVaby's Shortwools, took  leanding place in these grades.  tion,   greater   co-operation,   fuller  harmony  and   completer sacrifice;  he  urged  the giving of the best  we've got in an effort to solve thc  great problems confrontng thc Dominion. Referring lo the time  when the war must end, hc said it  will be a time of great re-adjustment, .not only in nations ancl in  communities but in individual conduct of life, out of which must  come a truer manhood, a" fuller  civilization and a completer, understanding.  U7A' GOLD MEDAL  I   111! ������������������  Westerners will learn with interest that a gold medal was awarded  to the Canadian Pacific Railway for  the excellence of its exhibit at thc  Quebec Exhibition a few weeks ago.  The gold medal was for the,collective grain display, which was  gathered in "Western Canada, and  was representative of the various  grain crops of the. Western Provinces. The daily attendance at the  Quebec Exhibition ran as high as  75,000, and a veiy great interest in  the agricultural possibilities of  Western Canada was shown by the  visitors.  TWENTY-FIVE MILLIONS A YEAR  necessary laws is the natural result  of a system thai tolerates mediocrity  in high places. The oppressive and  constantly increasing burden of taxation, national, state and municipal,  has become a very serious matter.  Who is to blame? bet the thinking  people think." .  COMING DOWN TO REASON  Birmingham,   Eng.,   Oct.  3.���������������������������Yis-  =c on n t^BTyw^f^DWIiTTOff'fVTi'o rm e r  ambassador    at    Washington,    ad  dressing the Congregational Union  loday, decried the spirit of hate  against thc Germans and the talk  of a lasting trade ���������������������������war. In conclusion, hc advocated a league to rc-  slrain aggression and compel arbitration. "If theic i.s to bc a* recurrence oTLwar.s,-becoming more terrible with the unceasing advance of  science," he said, "we may well despair of the future. . . . To indulge  in revenge will be lo sow the seeds  of bul wars. Nations cannot hate  one another forever, and the sooner  Ihey cease to do so, Ihe belter I'or  all of them. We must lake all proper sleps lo defend ourselves from  any dangers lhal might arise if after  Ihe war the enemy countries were  to unite in an insidious hostility.  That is al present no more lhan a  possibility 'which may never arise.  But the talk we now bear about  skirting after peace has been concluded, a new war of trade lo follow the war of arms, has immense  capacities for mischief. Such a  Iradc war would prolong and embitter afiesh those hatreds lhat  ought lo be allowed to die."  f    IT.  E.  Waby's  Red  Polled  cattle  also were winners.  Tbe show of bottled honey by  J. F. Moore relieved the situation in  the household arts .division.  The Fair management made excellent provision for the entertainment of the large crowd of spectators. In the morning the Armstrong  band was on the ground until the  arrival of the 132nd military band  from Vernon camp, accompanied  -b yV, (J 0-oM OU-soldi e r&f-11W h c=n ft e r-=  noon field sports, largely for the  robbers, were erjoyeel by all, par  tieulaiTy lhe military physical ex  erases.  Canada is now paying about $25,-  000,000 a year to the wives and dependants of the:*soldiers who have  gone to the front. Separation allowances, which ayear ago totalled  about 81,000,000 a monlh, have now  reached over 82,000,000 a.month. In  addition lo this amount paid each  month by the Dominion Treasu \v,  the Patriotic Fund now expends  nearly $1,000,000 a month, distributed  among aboul 75,000 families.  Didn't Want Him Handicapped  Fond mother at christening, to  parson: "His name is Kitchener  Jellicoc An/ac Verdun Brown."  Parson: "We should bc economical in war times, even in names. He  might find it a serious handicap."  Fond father, in the background:  "We don't want any handicap. Call  him 'Jim!'"  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's  I.OST-���������������������������In Enderby on Sept. 2(ilh, a  black cocker spaniel, female;  collar with brass skids and name  plate. Anyone reluming the dog  will bc .suitably rewarded. Wm.  Monk, Grindrod.  Hon Geo. E. Foster Speaks  ������������������������������������������������������An event which was not on the  program, yet thai elicited more  genuine sal is fact ion~t ban any thing  else in Ihe day's doings, was an address by the Hon. Geo. lv. Foster,  who motored fiom Vernon lo see  the Fair, intending lo proceed lo  llie mainline thai evening. "Mr.  1'Yisk'i- was introduced from the  grand stand, and spoke to several  hundred people. His message was  one of inspiration, Idling of thc  trying ordeal the Empire i.s now  passing through, and of Canada's  mission in the great .struggle. We  have sent thousands and thousands  of men lo the battle fronl to fight  side by side with the British and  French, and must yet send more.  No man living, he said, can tell how  long Ihe war will continue; we can  nol know when it will end: but end  it must some day. We cannot know  how it will end; we can only hope  and believe that when il docs end  it will be in a giand and complete  victory for lhc just cause of Greal;  Britain and her allies. To lhis end j  every clforl must be put forth, |  every resource developed and every!  life consecrated; if not on the field i  of  bailie,   Ihen  in   the  less  heroic  f  We have a full line in stock, and  are always pleased, to show the  goods. No longer necessary for  you to send out of town for boys'  clothing. Bring the boys with  you; we'll fit them out snug for  the cold weather at a price that  will convince you .it is better to  buy at home.  In Groceries  We always can meet your needs  with the best goods on the market  ancl at right prices.   Try us.   ���������������������������  W. J. Woods  LET US SHOW YOU OUR NEW NO. 9 G-HOLE STEEL RANGE  Wie CITY QUEEN  This range has all the best features: Bright Burnished*. Top, Oven  Thermometer, Large High Closet, Six 9-inch Cooking Holes,  Large Copper Reservoir, Size of Oven 18x19x14 inches. Look this  over; then think of the price; only, $45.80 cash, $48.00 on terms;  and you will he convinced that this is the best value ever offered  in a range. A guarantee by the Manufacturers \goes with every  Range.  We have also lhe largest line of Wood ancl Coal Heaters and Box Stoves  ever shown in Enderby.   The prices   are   low   because we buy  direct from The-Manufacturers for CASH.  Old Heaters relined and all kinds of repair work   done  at  reasonable  prices. ' ..'**.  We can supply you wilh repairs for any Stove, Range or Furnace on  receipt of particulars of same.  We are pleased to give you quotations, on Heating ancl Plumbing and   :  all lines of Hardware.   Mail orders receive our careful and prompt  attention.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  SEASONABLE   OFFERINGS  ATLAS E.Z. SEALERS, half-gallons $2.00   dozen  ATLAS E.Z. SEALERS, quarts  $1.50   dozen  ATLAS E.Z. SEALERS, pints $1.25   dozen  JELLY GLASSES, Fluted       GOc dozen  FOR YOUR PICKLING  Wc offer GREEN AND RIPE TOMATOES, ONIONS and CUCUMBERS,  PURE SPICES and HEINZ VINEGAR in WHITE WINE,  MALT or CIDER.  PEACHES  ARE NOW ON IN FULL SWING.      LARGE   RIPE   FRUIT,    PICKED  ���������������������������ESPECIALLY FOR OUR LOCAL TRADE,   $1.00 per crate.  WE GUARANTEE THEM NO. ONE  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings and Groceries  XMAS PRESENTATION APPLES  FOR THE OLD COUNTRY  We will deliver to any part of England, Scotland or*Wales, a box of  FANCY EXPORT APPLES for $3.50. Orders must be received by us not  later than October 6th, and accompanied with Express Money Orders or  Marked   Cheque,   with   exchange   added. WRITE. THE   ADDRESS  PLAINLY so as to avoid mistakes.  OKANAGAN UNITED GROWERS LIMITED     VERNON, B.C.  FOSTER'S WEATHER REPORT  According to Foster's weather  forecast, .a warm wave will fo'low  the low "temperature and storms  which have prevailed since the last  days of September. This warm  wave is due lo reach Vancouver on  or about Oct. Gth, and the rise in  temperature will be great. This is  to be followed by storms ancl low  temperature, "with unusually cool  weather for a long period."  "Wc warn Alaska ancl that part  of Canada lying in the Rockies and  west of the Rocky ridge," concludes  the report, "that for three to five  months following Dec. 24th, they  will get very excessive precipitation  with deep snows in thc mountains,  and a cold, hard winter."  Will Have Charge of Registration  Mr. R. F. Green, cx-M.P., has been  appointed a director of national  service by the Federal Government,  and will assume his duties at once.  In his position which is created under thc scheme recently approved  b-yVhe-Gpvcimment-for-the-registra^  tion of all men in Canada with a  view to securing the maximum results in recruiting as well as providing for the maintenance of the  home rcquirments, Mr. Green will  be in charge of The work in Military  District No. 11, covering the entire  Province and the Yukon.  Looks for Dominion Elections  The Ottawa correspondent of the  Toronto News (Conservative) declares that a federal election in  Canada is certain within one year.  The despatch says the Liberal  party has decided, war or no war,  not lo agree to another extension of  parliamentary term.  Goods  and Fixtures  THE VERY LATEST IN LAMPS AT  MODERATE PRICES:  HOT POINT IRONS-  HOT POINT GRILLS  HOT POINT ELECTRIC STOVES  i  HOT POINT HEATERS  ELECTRIC SHADES FROM 25c up  LACO NITROGEN &  LACO TUNSTAN LAMPS, 35c up  J." E. CRANE,  Propriety  CITY OF ENDERBY-  Compilation of Voters' List,  Year 1917  NOTICE is hereby given lhat,  under the provisions of the Municipal Elections Act, Householders  and License Holders desiring to  have their names placed on thc  Voters' List for the year 1917 arc  required to make a statutory declaration of qualification, which  declaration must he delivered to the  Clerk of the Municipality wilhin  two days after it is made, and not  later than 5 (five) o'clock in the  afternoon of the 31st day of October, 191G.  Form of declaration can bc obtained al the Cily Hall.  Dated, October 2nd, 1916.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  FOR SALE���������������������������Thoroughbred Shorp-  shire ram lamb. Apply, George  A. Andrews, Enderby.  GRAIN    GRINDING    AND   WOOD  ' SAWING.   Apply, R. D. .Murdoch,  Enderby. nM  SHOOTING is absolute  ��������������������������� over my property,  trespassing   will   be  !y forbidden  Any person  prosecuted.  Signed���������������������������   GEORGE R. LAWES  FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE���������������������������One  registered Shropshire ram. Will  pay cash for* good fresli cow, or  trade one four-year-old horse for  same. E. IT; Naylof, R.R. No. 1,  Deep Creek.  WANTED���������������������������A girl for light housework; wages, $10. Apply immediately lo Mrs. A. Rosoman,  Grindrod.   One cow to milk.     3t  EGGS���������������������������Guaranteed strictly fresh;  35 c per dozen.      Mrs. E, Gray.  MATERNITY NURSING. Mrs.West,  Enderby. m4-tf  FOUND���������������������������A siring of Catholic beads  initialed. Owner may have same  by proving properly and paying  for this ad. Apply, Walker Press.

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