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 4?  Enderby, B. C, October 19, 1916  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 9; No. 34; -Whole No. 454"  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnston  came over from Chase Tuesday.  E. C. Wheeler leaves for the  Northwest  on  a  business  trip  this afternoon.  A meeting of the Woman's  Club will be held at Mrs. Reeves'  next Saturday afternoon.  The Press is indebted to Mr.  and Mrs. P. W. Chapman for a  .   brace of fat, tender grouse.  Mrs. Wm. E. Duncan, nee-Miss  -Elliott, will receive at her home,  Regent street, on Thursday, Oct.  26th.  1 Sergt. Geo. Ormsby, of Lumby, Well known to many in this  district, is reported wounded at  the front. _���������������������������---'  Mr..and Mrs. Jno. Reid, of  A Vernon,   visited   their   friends,  . Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schultz, the  week-end. ,       ���������������������������  Jas. J. Martyn will leave this  week for Vancouver, he having  ; joined the foresters battalion for.  '  Overseas service.   ���������������������������*���������������������������-     . V      V  -   .--Ladies' winter underwear and  cashmere   hose   for.ladies and  "children���������������������������at Speers'. Call carry,  * assortment limited.  'Anyone haying squares belonging ' io .tlie Red Cross quilt  will .please return .to Mrs: E. J.  Mack as soon as possible.     >  Mr. Bigge left the Gainford  ranch in charge of Geo. Lucas,  who wilf handle all business  connected therewith during his  absence. * - '    .  Complaint is made of a hole  in ihe bridge which is dangerous  to traffic, and thc attention of  the road foreman in charge is  called to it.'  The ladies of the hospitaLaux-  iliary -wish to remind the public  that they will give a whist drive  and dance in K. of P. hall on  Hallowe'en. .    ���������������������������  A number of Enderby citizens  participated in thc dance given,  "arMtinrla^sTFfiday evening, ahd=  all report Inning enjoyed a most  pleasant evening.  Saturday, Oct. 21st, being a  special day set aside for thc Red  Gross, all contributions for the  home cooking stall will bc most  gratefully received.  Mr. and Mrs. Bigge, Mrs.Proctor and Miss Mowat left for England last Thursday, a large number of friends gathering at thc  station lo bid them good-bye  and to wish them a safe return.  An. entertainment by school  children of Grindrod, assisted by  local talent, will be held in the  Grindrod school, Friday evening  Nov. 3rd, in aid of the destitute  children of Belgium. A dance  will follew.  Enderby delegates to the convention oi* B.C. Municipalities,  held at Vernon last week, report  an excellent program, and say  the city of Vernon excelled itself  in the generous manner of providing for the entertainment and  comfort of its visitors.  A dinner was servejcl at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Hartry  Monday evening last to Privates  Arden Bush, Elmer Black, Roy  Hutchison, Cecil Wynn Dunford  and Geo. Dysart, who were here  on their last leave of absence  before leaving for Overseas.  Tomorrow evening a whist  drive and dance will be given in  K. of P. hall by the Trench Com  fort Club, for the purpose of  raising funds for postage, etc.,  on the Xmas parcels to bc sent  from Enderby to the boys in the  trenches.   -  Manager Stevens; Dr. Keith  arid Mr. Faulkner, motored  through the Nicola country last  week, visiting all thc principal  towns and making a general survey of the district. They were  greatly pleased with the outlook  there, and believe that district  has a great future.  Thos. Skyrme recently received confirmation of the report, tliat his brother, Harry,  was killed in action on Sept. 15.  He joined the 102nd Battalion  at Vernon on April 1st last, after  a residence of three years at thc  Skyrme farm, Grindrod. He was  well known thoughout thc Okanagan, and 26 ycars of age.  Thc Alaska.hunt pictures at  the Opci'r House Tuesday evening, witnessed by only, a smalt  audience; were Jhe-most educational movies ever shown in this  town. Tliey were, particularly  clear- arid intensely interesting,  showing animal life,in that' ice  bouhd: country arid -the -manner,  of-hunting and";killirig them, by  the natives..' , v '      -  ���������������������������The settlers' of Mabel Lake  valley, who in,past years have  depended largely on* logging operations for their winter's work; ,  arc at a loss to know what to do,  this year owing to thc .uncertain j  attitude of the lumber company, \  which, up* to .the 'present lime;  has "declined,10 enter into ariyj  agreements for logs and lias not'  Constable Bailey returned pared to send the donations lo  from Harrison Hot Springs this llie secretary not later than tlie  week greatly improved in health 1st of November, when the par-  and able to resume his duties. I eels arc to bc packed for mail-  His presence has a salutary in- ing.    Thc next meeting of the  club will be held at the residence  of Mrs. Mackay. on Friday, Oct.  27th, and it is desired that all  fluencc on obstreperous youth-  who look advantage of lhc Constable's recent absence. Only a  few nights ago a number of boys interested will attend  amused themselves by seeing  how many windows they could  throw stones through in lhe old  school building.  Next Monday evening all interested   in   the   great   Wclsh-  McMAHON���������������������������SPARROW  A pretty-home wedding was  solemnized by Rev. J. A. Dow, at  vrn ��������������������������������������������� i ��������������������������� .-��������������������������� p,u ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ i the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E.  White championship fight, will Sparrow, Tuesday-afternoon,  have the opportunity of seeing Q't 1?tl ^vhen tHeir eldcs  it screened at the Enderby Opera K   ������������������ , ���������������������������.      T      _,  .,   i n  House.   These pictures4erc on I la.uShteJ'' {fn ������������������������������������*��������������������������� J���������������������������8��������������������������� thc  exhibition several days in Van-1 *���������������������������?e . ,of .Mr- <f: fE'  McMahon  couvcr and attracted favorable j������������������nl? ^ immediate relatives-oi  Anl       bride and* groom were prcs  comment from thc press  arrangement was entered into  by lhe promoters of the pictures  ..whereby the Aero Club, of Vancouver; receives 10 per cent of  thc proceeds from the showing  of these pictures in the Province.  TRENCH COMFORT CLUB  Thc ladies of what has-hither-  to>.been/known a^Uic-Tobacco,  Fund, met Monday,.Oct:9th, and  reorganized as the,Trench Coiri-  ent.  Following  the  fort Club, wilh Mrs. J. Mackay  president and Mrs. S; H. Speers  secretary-treasurer. * It was decided to hold another  drive at K. of P. Hall, Friday  eve, Oct. 20th, ,to'.raise money  to pay postage on thc parcels to  ceremony  thc bridal dinner was served,  after whicli thc happy pair left  by auto on a trip, of the Valley.  . Mr. McMahon and: bride are  bolh well( known and esteemed  by residents of this district; arid  all. will wish'them a*.long and  uscfulVweddcd life;" willr'every-'  thing that makes for happiness  and service.. ,VV.. ' / * . S~.;...7  '!":"  - Manager   Bobb .will present  the following reels to his picture  patrons at lhc Opera Hotise next^  Friday-; and'Saturday  whist .Third episode of the "Trey  Hearts," a Joker comedy.   "  Bewitching Elopcmcnl," a  drama, ''The Law of Love,'  evenings:-  ���������������������������o'  "The  Rex  fea-  SOLDIERS' VOTE  The official count of thc sol-V  diers' vote in thc rqcent election  is not yet completed, but an un-y   *;.  official check of the vole which   ,  was   made   during segregation .  of the ballots, which, it is said,  may be nearly relied on,1 shows  that at least one of thc Vancou- *  vcr   candidates   elected   by llie  civilian vote will be replaced by V.  Premier Bowser.    This1, check, i,  though unofficial, gives Premier } -  Bowser 145 more votes than Mr.-,:���������������������������".'.  Donnelly, thc low man on thc.'-i.v  Libcral   ticket   in  ..Vancouver. 7  The oflicial count has, however,' --'_*���������������������������  been completed in a few, of thc  V  constituencies.   In the Delta the V'  count gives Mackenzie 104.sol-,-/;  dier votes and his opponent, Pat-  terson"65.   This.iricans that Mr..,;; Vrrr.:c,.,  Patterson, \yho, by..'the. civilian :VVV;^jk  vote,'held..the seat by a narrow c;>:^:?  majority,  soldier  same mind ras- their brothers at;.-?^  .-.-,':' .������������������_|  ���������������������������*���������������������������   "'���������������������������'G t  yv I  tm  jority, .will be defeated ifUhcyy-yfr^f,^  diers' at the ,frbnt were in the *"'-y^M^'  __... he mind ;as-'their brothers aty^V^^/l  horiiciVJn none of{;the^,thci^cdri^fgVi^s^^|  s tituencies in'which .the ypfeJias -V������������������^|^^  been;" coup ted has s'ullicicn t^ differ ^^f^  erenee.-.bcen recorded - to";.riiaker -'������������������������������������������������������''-"-:"'-'--'���������������������������^sk  ^n^y*cHarige.;' 77  i,^,-*-.-*^-*  Yfc,-  DRAMATIC RECITAL  Af _ "'   *       ���������������������������'���������������������������*-���������������������������  -' Fully 200 .'people enjoyed: theV  dramatic recital, given'\iri the"?  Methodist \ Church- laist Friday; ,  evening by Rev. J. Id..Howe, as-/ j  sistcd by Miss Elsie Young,', y  Bandsman -Schofield and- Corp. V",  .A ivJ  -v.'.-H-  be sent to thc bovs in thc trcn- hiring Brinsly  Shaw,  and   thc  ches for Christmas.   It was also j Universal  animated  weekly���������������������������a  decided to ask all those prepared-big program .which promises an  to donate comforts to bc sent.enjoyable hour or two for every-  bpcration of camps this winter.' with the parcels now being pre-!body attending.     *    -  made any move looking to the:  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT MEN FOR OVERSEAS  Below we give the names of men  of the Enderby District who have  enlisted for service abroad and at  -honie,---wilh=-lhe-titles-they^bear-=so-  far as we have been able to learn.  The names are given as from iheir  place of residence when wilh us.  We hope our friends will scan thc  list closely and let us know if any  name is wrongly placed, or if there  are any names omitted. When the  list is. finally completed we shall  incorporate the names in-a Roll of  Honor, making il a permanent  record of the brave lads who have  gone from home to the battlelines  of Europe to fight in the Empire's  life struggle:  ENDERBY  Robt. Airth, Corporal  Henry Arnold Bogert  Victor Bogert  Albert Butler    *  J. Irwin Bcatty  Arden Bush  Elmer Black  , * Cecil Wynn Dunford  Roy Hutchison  Robert Woodhouse  John David McMahon  Fred A. Johnson  Percy La Hoy  George Mason  Cecil G. Piper  Elwin Wheeler  George Bucknell  Samuel E. Roberts  Rev. C. Reed, Chaplain  A. V. Evans, Lieutenant  Patrick Mowat  Joseph Mowat  George Dysart  L. Proctor  E. IT. Crawford, Lieutenant  J. C Hcnnikcr, Lieut.-Colonel  James Dickson, Lieutenant  A. F. Crossman  Marry A. Preston  Leslie W. Mackay  Albert Matthews, killed in action  IT. E. Blanchard  Robert Chadwick  Harry Strickland  Kenneth Strickland  Wm. J. Hatcher, Lieutenant  ^John=M.4Tatc-heivM.lied-bf-woiinds  Thos. Wilkinson, Lieutenant  John White  Gordon L. Duncan  L. B. Plumbly. Lieutenant  Steven A. Knight  Tom Robinson  Charles Twigg  John Warwick ���������������������������. , t  George Warwick, killed in action  Rein Brown, killed in action  'Sidney Green  Robert .Murdoch  James Glenn, Lieutenant  Kenneth Glenn, Corporal  Robt. Wilson  James Pound  Capl. R. B. M. Cameron-  Howard   Logan,  Lieutenant  W. A. Russell  E. J. Corpe -  John Brecdon  Bov McLcod  F. 'H. Barnes, Q.-M. Sergeant  Hugh Bowers ,  E. B. HufiYnan  Leonard Funk  Donald Dunwoodie *  J. E. Pacey  Fred. Griffith   r  C. F. Oland  S. Allcorn  Geo. Calder  Cecil Walker  B. Garrett  James J. Martyn  J. Green  J. Hallmark  B. Mack  E. Rogers  IT. E. C. Harris  James Baird  W. IT. Embrev  James C. English  Laurie Long  MABEL LAKE  VALLEY  Emil Peters  Fred. .1. Kemp  '  Godfrey Fowler  J. IT. G. Baird  Chas. IT. Thompson  Stanley Wilkinson  -=Wyn n e-Jo n es- -=- ---,   W. G. Allen  ���������������������������George Ferris  John Ashton  Joe Simard  Rudolph Simard  GRINDROD  Geo.  D. McEwcn  Gerald A. Neve  Wm. Peacock  P. Peacock -  G. R. Salt  Maurice Salt  Fred Dysart  Ted Dysart  Disnev Poole  W. Poole  Harry Skyrme, killed in action  George Archibald  Frank Russell  Frank Dondoneau  Fred  Dondoneau  Charles Dondoneau  Bernard Rosoman  Arthur Roolheii  Smiley  amicson  Williams.   Mr. Howe gave.thrcc"  selections riiost  .perfectly,' and '-  won a particularly warm spot in"  the heart of his audi trice as "Thc  Old Corporal of Waterloo."   Iri  her   "Laddie 'in   Karki,"   Miss..  Young was especially good, her, ]  sweel, mellow   contralto   voice  winning hearty applause.   Corp.  Williams.and* Bandsman Scho- .  field gave several greatly appreciated vocal selections.  k &l  Jeffrey  James  MARA  James Oliver  A. O. Holland  Arthur Zellergrcen  Andrew Zellergrcen  Nels Zeltergreen  Thos. \V. Robinson  James F. Massey  Richard Groves  John Groves, killed on duty  G. W. Palcrson  Walter Robinson  Harry Coell, Lance Corporal  Sergeant Ferguson  Lieut. R. Bazeley, killed in action  M. A. Ruckncll, Lieutenant  Fred White, Lieutenant  Stanley Richardson, Lieutenant  John Langdon, Major  W. II. Ahier  -The home cooking sale in aid  of lhe Hospital Fund, held in lhc  Red Cross Rooms Saturday afternoon, realized the sum of  $14.25. Thc thanks of the ladies  having charge is extended lo the  following who assisted by contributions and. oilier wise: Miss  Robson,- Mrs. Winter, Mrs; Wilson, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs- Wheeler,  Mrs. Pound, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Jaquest, Mrs. Sowden, Mrs. Preston, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Barrows,  Mrs. G. Johnston, Mrs. Paradis,  Mrs. Lawes, Mrs. Pearson, "Mrs.,  Forster, Miss Paradis,' Miss  Gibbs, Miss Mowat, Miss Forster  Mr. Greyell and Mr. Collin.  Fighting in Rumania  The situation on the Rumanian  front occupies the leading position  on.the news and editorial pages of  the London newspapers. The Times  notes:  "The enemy has advanced inlo  Rumania through the Torzburgcr  pass, and the Rumanians arc 'fighting oil Iheir own soil al Rucaru. Apparently, they have temporarily lost  possession of all Tor/.burger pass.  Further north, the enemy penetrated to the crest of the Citoz pass,  but then was driven back in a fierce  encounter. In thc other passes the  enemy is making no progress. Until  effective help reaches the Rumanian  second army we must expect varying fortunes in this district."  grimy  Better a  heart  than while  soul of darkness.  face and clean  hands and a THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, October 19,1915  Province. We doubt very much if any section of  the same size in tlie Dominion can show as good a  record.  On thc basis of tlie total census population  Canada has enrolled, 5.08 per cent of lhe people  for this war. The Maritime Provinces have enrolled 3.54 per cenl; Quebec, 1.92 per cent; Ontario, 5.88 per cent; Manitoba and Saskatchewan,  7.88 per cent; Alberta, 8.81 per cent; Brilish  Columbia, 9 per cent. If. lhc Yukon i.s included  with Brilish Columbia in lhe 35,871 enlisted from  this district the percentage is reduced lo 8.94.  II* all Canada had enrolled 7 per cent, the 500,-  000 authorized would have been raised. ..If all  Canada had enlisted in the ratio"'of .Quebec'province,-lhc enrollment would have been .140.000.  If" all Canada had enlisted in the same proportion  as British Columbia, wc should have 630,000 men  in arms. Bul allowance should be made for the  male population in lhc West.  Intense heat-resisting power is the feature of the almost  imperishable fire-box linings of our own McClary semi-  steel fire-box made in eight pieces���������������������������can't warp.  grcatei  Wi''  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  it.   M.   WAI.KKR  Published every   Thursday at    Emlerby,   B. C.  at S2   per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 25c each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1916  STANDARDIZATION OF MUNICIPAL WORK  AI lhc convention of the Municipalities o!" B.C.  at Vernon kisl week, Cily Clerk Rosoman read a  paper on lhe Standardization ol' Municipal Work,  which was credited by the president ol' lhe con-  * vcnlioh wilh being lhc mosl thoughtful ancl best  worked   up   paper   read  before   lhe   convention.  Mr.  Rosoman   has  had some  twenty-five years'  experience" in accounting, both in England and in  British Columbia, and his excellent record in lhe  conduct of the city clerkship of this cily is one  which has won recognition from many sources.  His,paper dealt with the question of standardization from (he ethical view point as well as irom  Ihe common  eveiy-day standpoint.    To anyone  watching lhc system and policy adopted by the.  Cily Clerk  in  his handling of lhc cily ollice in  Enderby. il musl be conceded lhal, providing men  can be found who will lake this high view of the  service Ihey render, then all Ilia I Mr. Rosoman  said before the convention could be made practical.   But in lhis, as in olher things, the ethical  side"of one's work is loo often pushed in the background, or lost altogether in Ihe maze of modern  Syrianism.    However, even if lhis phase of lhe  question falls upon barren ground, and the high  Mi__lUy.Pi.U.iP_s_cQ'J^VJJV1lQ.LSI'.1"1.01'*-1 U>' appreciated,  lhere is, nevertheless, muclTVrTThc points made"  by the Cily Cerk in connection wilh the question  of standardization, it is a question lhat touches  the civic life of all communities. Too large lo  touch upon even briefly here, bul one lhat should  engage the minds of our best thinkers looking to  .lhe-heller organization and larger development of  our Canadian" cities. That lhe convention fully  endorsed the object aimed at by Mr. Rosoman  wasevidencedin the unanimous vole in favor of  'a resolution proposed by him. "lhat a special  committee he appointed lo confer wilh lhe provincial authorities and with lhe Municipal Unions  .of olher provinces, also wilh llie Union of Canadian municipalities, wilh regard lo lhe standardization of llie work of all municipal ollices  and lhe organization and regulation of a numi-j  cipal civil service, wilh a view to the more elli-  cienl working of municipal government throughout Canada.''  Incendiarism is costing properly owners of thc  United Stales $200,000,000 a year, according lo  the stale agent of lhc Fire Association of Philadelphia. Incendiary losses are almost without ex  ceplion so planned thai lhcy are big, while the  majority of accidental fires are extinguished in  their incipiency, says lhis authority.  IN THE FALL'S GOLDEN GLOW  The Mabel Lake is a beautiful valley al any  season of thc year, but lhis Fall il is surpassingly  grand. Thc long dry spell, wilh the cold, frosty  nigh Is and days of bright'sunshine, have transformed lhe foliage of the trees inlo rich  goid.cn  deep  yellow and the alders and Oregon grape lo  red and rich maroon. There has been no wind  to shake lhc trees and the golden-yellow and  maroon leaves thickly clothe, the limbs and  bushes. On the hillsides wherc lhc birch and  collonwood intermix the firs and cedars and pines  the contrast of coloring makes an cll'cct of ravishing bcaniv. Looking down from the roadway on  the Cooke meadows, wilh Iheir clumps pi" birch,  coltonwoods and alders���������������������������a scene that is beautiful  when lhc meadows and trees arc clothed in green  ���������������������������onc is amazed by thc grander vision now meeting the eye. Thc whole mcadowland throws up  a golden glow lhat fairly shocks the vision.. Beyond this, where lhc greab thickly-wooded hills  sland sentinel over lhc homes of lhe pioneer  settlers, lhere arc varied scenes of beauty and inspiration 'al.cvcrv turn in the roadway. And at  Mabel Lake, this" monlh has seen lhe hills rising  from the water's edge more beautiful, lhan at any  olher period in the year. And il is only onc year  in many lhal one sees lhe trees so golden and yel  retaining mosl of lhcir foliage. The lake shore al  Leighton Beach is covered wilh lhc rich maroons  topped bv llie golden yellows, while over all there  is (brown lhc" shadows of the deep pine green  from lhc highland. And lhere has been scarce a  ripple on the surface of lhc lake, which reflects as  a mirror the scenes from all quarters. It is well  worlh a .trip lo the lake just to experience thc  tjraiiueur oi i  l all.  if Greece cannol bring more into thc game lo  aid lhc Allies lhan Rumania brought, she might  belter remain neutral, ll seems lhal the farther  we get mixed up in lhat Balkan tangle the worse  it gels. Thc King of Rumania is a prince of the  Hdhcnzoliern house. Will he break lhc Holien-  zollcrn secret alliance?   Can wc expect him to?  OFFICIAL CROP "RECORDS  hc wheal crop ol  A maxim of parly politics: "Say nothing good  excepting of Ihe dead."  MANY RECRUITS FROM OKANAGAN  The census of 11)11 gave the Okanagan a pom1.-  laiiou of something less than I'VOOO. Probably  when lhe war broke out il stood al I'lOOO. 11 is  impossible lo secure accurate statistics regarding  the number of men who have enlisted from this  district, bul a very conservative estimate would  place the figures in excess of 2.000. This would  lie aboul Hi per cent of our entire population. The  opinion of the Vernon News i.s lhal 18 per cent  would be nearer the mark.  Compare these figures with those recently published by lhe Vancouver News-Advertiser, aud il  will he'seen lhal we have no reason to feel  ashamed of whal has been (lone in this pari ol" lhe  Canada for thc present year  will he onlv 159., 123,000 bushels, as compared  \viTir37();303;600"l)imit&lriirl-91^tti_"cor(liiT^lojan-  ollicial estimate issued at Ottawa a few days ago.  Owing lo thc light crop in Canada and Australia  Lhe British Government has purchased all the  wheal of these countries, and will pay lhe rale  prevailing at lhc lime of purchase.  Thc average yield per acre was estimated at  15.78 bushels from a harvested area of 10,085,200  acres, as compared wilh 29 bushels from a harvested area -uf-l-2-,98(),400-aci-'GS-!n-1915.-:_^ ls7  A marked decrease in the production ol oats  also was indicated bv the estimated yield of 338,-  409.000 bushels from 9,795,000 acres, a yield of  31.55 bushels per acre, as against 45.70 bushels  lasl. year, wh  bushels from  The barley crop was estimated al 32,299,000  bushels from 1.328.800 acres, or 24.31 bushels per  acre. Last year's crop was 53,331,300 bushels  and lhe acreage 1,509,350.  Thc. probable production of rye was announced  as 2.058,500 bushels from 101,420 acres, or'an  average per acre of 20.30 bushels.' as against a  kmi  lhe production was 520,103,000  a harvested area of 11,3(55,000 acres.  total  from  production   in   1915  of  an acreage of 112,300.  2,394,100  bushels  ANOTHER VOTE OF CREDIT  The House of Commons last week passed^ the  thirleenlh vote of credit since lhe war began. This  time it was for $1,500,000,000, bringing the total  borrowings up lo $15,()(i0,000,0()0. This vole of  credit i.s expected lo lasl until the end of lhis year.  Another vole of credit will lie necessary to carry  on from fan. 1st March 31st. the end of lhe fiscal  vear. In (he House of Commons, Hon. Lloyd  'George said onlv a few days ago lhat lhe Empire  "musl lav the foundation for a prolonged war."  In the face of lhis warning, we still have the  warblings of "early peace" space-fillers.  The man who designed the Kootenay knew his job. I  know that and that is why it carries my guarantee as well  as the makers*. S70  Sold by   Fulton   Hardware   Company  p_^__���������������������������^i_S-^���������������������������������������������^������������������������������������g^��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������������������___^__^_m_>_^^���������������������������������������������    ��������������������������������������������� _fc ���������������������������^^^^^-_-������������������^- " -     ~^****"^^^^^^J  Are you going to do any  Building* or Repairing-  This Season ?  THE FOLLOWING ARE GOOD VALUES:  No. 4 Flooring- and Ceiling 10.00 per thousand  No. 4 Drop Siding  ......-$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  Our Groceries are Always Fresh  and Prices Low  DON'T FORGET THAT !  Our stock of Flour and Feed is guaranteed to give satisfaction, and  prices are the lowest "possible. '  Ons Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TEECE    &    SON,  .     Bell Block, Enderby  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, W���������������������������*** Enderby  FRESH  FI S H  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. RV5HARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  K J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDERB_Y, B. C.  '  Good Rigs;   Careful Drivers; Dray ing of allkinds.  ...   Comfortable and Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  ancl Tourists invited to give us a trial.  Baths in connection  II. 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  11.39  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. 13RODIE        JNO BURNHAM  G. P. A.,  Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS f  Coal mining rights of thc'Doming  ion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan aiui\  Alberla,  the  Yukon  Territory,  the *\  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may bc leased for a term of twenty-  one years at' an annual rental of $1  an acre.   Not more than 2500 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  .the. Agent_of .sub-Agent .of the_dis_.  tricl in which righls applied for are  situated.  In surveyed territory, the land  must be described by sections, or  legal sub-divisions of sections, and  in unsurveyed territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out by  Ihe applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of S5 which wrill be  refunded if the rights applied for  .arc_noLavailablc,J:>uLnol otherwise.  A royally shall be paid on thc merchantable, output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person ���������������������������operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent-with sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay the royally thereon.  If the coal mining rights are not  operated, such returns should bc *  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining righls only, but the lessee  may be permitted lo purchase whatever available surface rights as may  bc considered necessary for the  working of the mine, at the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior," Ot-,  tawa, 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  il  1  1  ,< i 4  I  Thursday, October 19, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  GREECE FORCED TO SUBMIT  Necessity knows no law. And the law of might  is lhc law of right. When na lions arc fighling for  what they believe lo bc their existence, they will  resort to any practice in order to gain lhc object  aimed al. When thc Teutons were refused passage through Belgium, and invaded that heroic  little nalion and look by force the l'orls of defense  and lhc country's revenues, elc, llie excuse given  was that of military necessity. At lhat time wc  scoffed a I lhc idea, and lhc Ten Ions were damned  lhc world over for having invaded thc weaker  nalion and laken by force that nation's resources.,  Wc are beginning now to sec, however, in thc  experience of Greece that what thc Germans said  of "military necessity" is as true of ourselves as  of our enemies. There is lhis difference: Wc shall  nol sec lhc atrocities perpetrated upon the people  of .Belgium repealed in Greece. Otherwise wc  shall sec Greece as effectually in the,control of th<  Allies as Belgium is under thc iron heel of Germany. There have been many months of temporizing with Greece, with matters becoming less  and less bearable for thc little empire exposed by  water. Finally the period of. temporizing has  passed. Now wc see thc mask laid aside, and thc  Allies are taking complete control of the land  and its people. And before wc arc through with  Greece, we shall have her army fighting for us  against what wc believe to be the common enemy  Lasl week thc Allies .demanded of Greece that the  entire Greek navy bc .turned over to them. TJicy  already had taken control of thc postoffice and  telegraph; thc revenue ollices and railways. This  week a further demand.is made giving the Allies  control of thc police, disarming of all citizens,  stoppage of sending war munitions to Thcssal}  and removal of embargo on transportation of  Thcssalian wheat. In olher words, the Allies have  demanded control of the government and the  people. Ancl, wilh an Allied\army of probably a  million -men already established at Saloniki, and  an Allied ilect in control of her. ports, Greece  readily concedes all demands.   ��������������������������� -*-  There perhaps was a,time in the'history of the  negotiations with Greece when, had the Allies  made these demands, Greece would have been  prepared to fight. But, step by step, Greece has  been, disarmed and fettered. Her leaders have  ��������������������������� failed to understand what the next step woiild bc.  Now they sec it all." They may chafe, under the  enforced restrictions. And the whole procedure  -may be, without right and without Uny. .'But it  became imparative, when Germany won the rail  connection with Constantinople,; that the Allies  should take and hold tne-key hole���������������������������Saloniki  Otherwise thc war would have been lost when the  Teutons overran Serbia.r' And :toi take and- hold;  Salqihiki without having to kill and destroy as in  Belgium, is certainly better for the conquered as  well ; as for llie. conqueror. It . is another  example; of. British supremacy in military diplomacy and intrigue. Perhaps not as clean nor as  heroic as we have been able to "point to with  pride," but something that accomplished the object aimed at with as little of thc disagreeable af  possible. \  All wars have been the outcome of greed and  avarice, engineered by dough heads and.tyrants.  There never has been, a war that business men,  with simply a firm and fair-idea of justice, and a  willingness to give aiid take, coiild not have adjusted the difficulties without bloodshed.,  ALL WAR SHIPS TO BE EXCLUDED  -*.1_* M__M__H___I-_W  As.a result of lhc recent visit of a German submarine to thc New England shores and the sinking ol':a number of ships i" the sfra lanes of .travel  close to the American shore, it is reported from  Washington that thc joint state and navy neutrality board has submitted to thc stale department its report and recommendation concerning  this kind of warfare off the American coast. It is  reported that the findings of lhe board arc unfavorable to a continuance by Germany oi activities similar/to those off Nantucket Lightship, the  neutrality board declares such operations in such  proximity to American shores constitute a nuisance, which should bc abated, and thai, in th it  view, thc Uniled States should refuse hospitality  lo all bclligcrant war vessels. This is thc policy  pursued by Holland, which excludes all belligerent warships from her porls except when they arc  driven in by stress of weather. '  RUMANIA HARD PRESSED  Anyone who plots and plans for his own advancement gets tripped up by a law that is  stronger than lhat of man.  HEALTH AND SUCCESS  Occasionally you meet people' afflicted with  some physical defect or chronic ailment who conquer through sheer force of will, but the average  person who succeeds in any big undertaking succeeds primarily because of good health. Strength  to execute tasks, to concentrate, and to radiate  sincerity and enthusiasm are the qualities which  'mark voting men and women for promotion ,and  tlie lack of these is the thing, in lhe eyes of superiors, that blocks the progress of others.  "How to be Successful Though Sickly, is lhe  title of a book that will never make its author  rich. Although lhis is not an age of miracles, it  is thc day when knowledge of how to possess or  lo achieve hcallh is so easily within thc grasp of  everyone tliat failure should be more censured  than pitied.  The question was asked in thc British House a  day or two ago if thc Allies would emplov their  utmost resources lo help Rumania in thc hour' of  her trial to save her from thc fate of Belgium ancl  Serbia. ''W we allow Rumania lo be overrun,"  said Mr. John Dillon, "maybe we will never heal  Germany." He expressed lhc belief lhal the war  would bc decided in the Balkans.  Tliis is thc belief of most experts now writing  on the war's progress. And Rumania is jusl now  lhe crucial point. Von Mackcnscn is a Scotch  general, ancl onc of the best Germany has. lie  hits sledge-hammer blows when hc can, and when  he has struck in the past hc has swept before him  all forces opposing him.. When thc Rumanians  declared for the Entente Allies, and, with a  Russian forccv which was believed lo be strong  enough to push through to lhc Conslarilinople-  Berlin railway, started a -whirlwind invasion of  Transylvania, lhcy found, after* driving some  miles into Austrian territory, that Mackcnscn had  prepared a coup in thc way of an invasion of the  Dobrudja dislrict from Bulgaria. To stem lhis  tide from thc south forces were withdrawn from  Transylvania, and at last accounts lhc Russo-  Rumanian forces had evacuated the territory won  in Transylvania and were being forced back into  Rumania with thc Teutons on thc offensive on  the Rumanian side of the border. With thc  Rumanian shoe entered at the heel ancl lhc instep,  the position becomes precarious. Russian reinforcements arc being rushed lo lhe aid of thc  Rumanians, and it is announced that King Ferdinand will take the field at the head of his troops.  A mission of French officers, which will include  General Bcrlhlet, a well-known strategist, also is  going to Bucharest to cope with the situation.  If these forces are able to resist the Teuton  drive, ancl turn what now threatens lo be'defeat  into victory, it will mean the commencement of  the break in the drive through Bulgaria into  Serbia, and thence"to the much-coveted railway  leading to Constantinople. If thc Entente allies  fail,to rescue Rumania as they failed in Serbia, it  will mean failure in the whole Balkan campaign.  It Avill be seen, therefore,' how important is thc  Rumanian front, and why thc eyes of the world's  military writers arc focused tipon.that position.  AUTOMOBILE REGULATIONS,  Distinctive Productions in Commercial  Printing Mean Larger Profits to you,  Mr. Businessman  Here arc some regulations which arc laid down  in the Mo tor-Vehicles Act. The public and own -  ersof automobiles.now and then forget the requirements of thc Act:.      .....  No'person under-thc age of17 years shall drive  or operate a motor.upon or along any highway;  '  ;* No Intoxicated person or person'under thc influence-pf intoxicating liquor, shall drive a motor  upon or along any highway.. . V '  No chauffeur shall have, drive, operate or use  a.motor upon or along any highway unless.he has  been licensed pursuant to the provisions of this  Act, and holds a current and unexpired licence.  Every motor shall carry, in addition lo thc  necessary lights for navigation, two other lamps  with thc licence number of the machine prominently painted thereon. *  Every motor shall carry an alarm gong or  horn, which shall be sounded at all turns and  whenever it shall bc reasonably necessary to warn  pedestrians or. others of thc approach of such  motor.  Every motor shall bc provided with a lock, key  or other device to prevent such motor being set in  motion, and no motor shall be permitted (to stand  or remain  unattended in  any highway  unless  locked.  _^=No-inoloi^shaltaj)proaGh-any-vchiGlcr-horsc-oi-  horscs within 100 yards at a greater speed lhan 10  miles per hour, or pass thc same going in thc opposite direction at a greater speed than,10 miles.  If signalled by any driver to stop, or if any  horse which the motor is approaching or passing  appears frightened or unruly, lhc chauffeur shall  slop his molor, including the engine, and shall  remain stationary so'long as may be necessary lo  allow such rider or driver to pass, or until^ directed by such ridci\6r driver to proceed.  In case an accident occurs to any person, or; to  any horse, or vehicle as thc result of thc presence  oi* any motor, the person in charge of such motor  shall return lo thc scene"of tho accident and give  in writing to anyone sustaining lossor injury his  name and address, and also the name and address of the owner of such motor, and thc number  of the licence of the said motor.  No molor shall be run or driven upon any  highway within any city, lown or village al a  greater speed than ten miles an hour, or upon-any  highway outside of any cily, town or village at a  greater speed than 25 miles an hour in "open  country and 12 miles an hour in wooded country.  WILL SHOW FIGHT FILMS  ��������������������������� - -,  ���������������������������   j  Loose Leaf Billheads  Letterheads  Statements  Booklets  Counter Check Books  Stock Certificates  Window Cards  Stork Cards  Ball Programmes  Butter Wrappers   '-,  Duplicate Billing Forms  Envelopes  Price Lists  Dodgers  Circular Letters (typewriter).  t *  Posters  Wedding Stationery  .  Wedding Cake Boxes and Cards  Invitations  Visiting Cards  '-���������������������������..'i-'-.^l  AH Lines of Ruled and Unruled- Writing Paper  In Short: Anything in Printing.  HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE IN THE HOME TOWN.  :*-V*  "US'-??* k\  l.'i^l1 SJ r'V  Nudify is never indecent;' clolhcs may be, and  " lingerie of ten is���������������������������but it'slargcly a mailer of siiri-  .    light aiid perspective.      V    V ; ���������������������������<���������������������������_ 77.'   :V  ���������������������������   ���������������������������- . ' Y'Y7.\YY . .���������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������  ,. .v.*' ���������������������������' ^v'^'vX'^^^r/^.^Tr^^si  ���������������������������    -.   ��������������������������� ���������������������������-,���������������������������.., ���������������������������  . .  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Thc pictures show thc fight  from start lo finish, and arc said lo hc exceptionally clear .throughout. They also show lhe collapse of thc bleachers and the cushion-throwing  episode which finished the fight.  Whv is it that when men and women pose as  being heller than other men they become so nice  they arc nasty?  The Dominion law against lhe selling of  butler without_thc_-jvords"Dairy Butter'Vor-_  "Creamcry~Bu1"tcf"���������������������������as the case may bc���������������������������printed  on the butter wrap, is a blessing in disguise lo the  average farmer. , In thc first place, if his Butter  wrappers are neatly printed with his name and  the brand of the butter on thc label, the storekeeper can readily sell lhe butter at oc a pound  more than hc can get for butter wrapped in paper  thai is not prinlcd, and thc butter-maker gets the  advantage in 5c a pound more for his butter from  the merchant. -- ~  it is thc duty of every butler maker lo comply with lhc law in this matter. Some buller  makers have only a cowr or two, and make so little  butter that it docs not appear to them that they  can all'ord lo have lhcir buller wraps printed.  They do not like lhe idea of having 500. or 1000 ���������������������������  buller wraps on hand. To accommodate this  class of buller makers, Thc Press has printed up  a quantity of "Custom" Butter Wraps. They are  prinlcd with the words "Fresh Dairy Butler" but  clo not bear lhe name of the maker. However,  these wrappers fill the requirements of the law  governing lhis point, and can be bought in small  quantities at the rale 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 THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY.  Thursday, October 19,1915  GILLETTS  LYE  EATS DIRT  PIERRE AND LIZZIE  EXECUTOR'S NOTICE  saro.  ^^ETTCOMPANYLlMng  C_L    TORONTO ONT.    ^YZ^  GWENT WELSH SINGERS  Of all lhe Welsh musical organizations, the Royal ('.went  Welsh Singers has heen lhe first  and Foremost, nol only lo main-  lain thc fame, bul to set a standard lo Welsh or any olher choral  singing lhal has never yel been  (xccllcd. This world-famed  musical organization will visit  Enderby next month and will  give a concert in the Opera  House on the evening of Nov.Oth  under lhe auspices of thc Enderby Patriotic Fund.  The visits'of thc Royal Gwcnt  Welsh Singers is by no means a  new venture. Indeed, it is now  a mailer of history. Americans  were first thrilled byv these singers from the land of song as  early as 1893, when two Welsh  choruses from Wales won first  prizes at the"World's Fair, Chicago. The Royal Welsh Gwcnt  Singers stands���������������������������and sings���������������������������before thc world today as the unsurpassed organization of its  kind, and, incidentally, as the  standard-bearer through this  and all lands ot* the superiority  ol.the Welsh nation as a nalion  ol' singers. Tliis Tact can be more  I'ully'rcalizcd by attending their  concert to bc given here two  weeks hence.  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's  CREAM!  THE NORTHERN OKANAGAN CREAMERY ASSOCIATION AT ARMSTRONG, PAID  THIRTY-THREE CENTS PER  POUND FOR BUTTER FAT,  DELIVERED, DURING THE  PAST MONTH, AND GUARAN-  A case of simple life among  the   Indians   was   heard   before  Magistrate Rosoman last Saturday  afternoon,    in    which   onc  Pierre  Paul   was charged  with  raping   Lizze   Basil,   an   Indian  girl, said lo be only 11 years of  age.    The   evidence   was mosl  conllicling,  and   went  more  to  prove   the   general   low moral  condition  under,.which  thc  Indians live lhan lo prove a crime.  In holding lhe Indian boy, a lad  of some 17 years, for trial in lhe  higher court,  Magistrate  Rosoman asked I'or leniency, selling  forth   the condition  of  lhe  Indians and  staling  lhal   the accused desired lo marry the girl,  and lhal the consent of lhe parents ol" both had been given to  the    match.      In   summing   up  the Magistrate said: "To leave  these  unfortunate people without employment and in such circumstances   lhal   disorder and  crime are the natural and everyday condition of Iheir life, and  then   in    isolated   cases   which  come to the attention of the authorities���������������������������probably   nol   5  per  cent of those which actually occur���������������������������to  indict   upon   them   the  .penalties of a standard of life  which we have given  them  no  opportunity    of    attaining    lo,  surely i.s not jusl." '  WANTyl)���������������������������A Kodak; capacity .'ixfi  or larger: musl be in good condition tuicl low in price. Ii., Press  ollice, Enderby. 21  FOR SALE���������������������������"While Leghorn Hoos-  lers, bred from winners of lhe  InUtriiitl ioiiiil Liiying Conlcst.  Price $2.."*>(). Geo. II. Smedley, Enderby. 2t.  In the Mailer of lhe Estate of Abram  Gunter, Deceased.  NOTICE i.s hereby given, lhal all  persons having claims upon the  estate of the late Abram Gunter,  who died on the lAlb day of May,  1910, are required to send to A. C.  Skaling, solicitor for the Executors,  Hichard John Coltart and Thomas  Hobert Sharpe, on or before the  20lh day of November, A.D. 1916, a  full statement of their claims and of  any securities held by them, duly  verified,, and that after that dale  the Executors will proceed to distribute lhe assets of the Deceased  amongst thc parlies entitled-thereof,  and having regard only lo; the  claims which have bccii duly'tiled  wilh him; and all debts due to the  said deceased are to be paid lo the  undersigned.  Daled at Enderbv, B.C., this 18lh  day of October, A.D. 1910.  A. C. SKALING,  Solicitor for Executors.  CITY OF ENDERBY,   .  Compilation of Voters' List,  Year 1917  NOTICE is hereby given that,  under the provisions of the Municipal Eleclio/is Act, Householders  and License Holders desiring to  have their names placed on the  Voters' List for the year 1917 are  required to make a statutory declaration of qualification, which  declaration must be delivered to the  Clerk of the Municipality within  two days after it is made, and not  Inter lhan f) (five) o'clock in thc  afternoon of the 31st day of October, 1910.  Form of declaration can be obtained at the Citv Mall.  Dated, October 2nd, 1910.  GRAHAM  ROSOMAN,  Citv Clerk.  Heating" Stoves  Cook Stoves  Ranges  Furnaces  ���������������������������-���������������������������Your wants in the Hardware  line���������������������������we  can  supply at the  lowest prices.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Underwear  TEES PATONS AT LEAST 14  CENTS PER POUND FOR  BUTTER FAT, DELIVERED j  AT THE CREAMERY FROM!  NOW TILL 15th NOVEMBER.  For further particulars write  -to��������������������������� THE SECRETARY,  Don't allow lhc cold weather to  catch you unprepared. Heavy  Underwear now may mean the  saving of many days of sickness  and suffering. Come into our  Men's and Boys' Furnishings Department and let us lit you oul  j for the1 cold snap before il gels  here. You will never regret it.  We can give you quality and  prices that cannot bc heal. You  will need warmer underclothing  before the winler is oul. Why  nol get ready now���������������������������lake advantage of thc delayed cold snap,  and when il gets here you may  not feel it.  ON^ND^AETERVCHISJDAIE  OUR STORE WILL REMAIN  OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON  THURSDAY AFTERNOONS.  W.J.Woods  CITY OF ENDERBY  SECRET SOCIETIES  Tenders for Construction of  Cesspool  n. E. WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M,  Knderby Lodge No. ���������������������������������������������'  Regular meetinKS fust  Thursday on or nfLur tin:  full moon at 8 p. in. in Oddfellows Hall. Visitinj?  brethren cordially  invited  W. J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meet.s every Monday evening  in K.of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  W. <;. I'RLL. C. C.  H-. M. WALKER K. R...S.  K. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitable forConeerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rales, etc., address,  K. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL^  ^ C. SKALING, B. A.  ! TENDERS are hereby invited for  'Ihe construction ol' a cesspool in the  Vear of tlie (lily Hall. Copy of spe-  jcilicalion can be had on application  j All tenders must be in sealed envelopes, marked "Cesspool," and  I must be delivered to Ihe under-  I signed nol later lhan (i o'clock p.m.  ��������������������������� on Monday, the 23rd inst.  The  lowest, or any  lender,  will  not  necessarilv be accepted.  ;     By order of the City Hall  Coni-  iniltce.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN, City Clerk  !    Cily Hall, Ocl. l!)lh, 191C.'  LIQUOR ACT. 1910  (Section   .12)  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby,  B.C.  NOTICE ;s hereby given that, on  the lirsl day of December next, application will be made lo Ihe Superintendent of Provincial Police I'or  renewal ol' the hotel licence lo sell  liquor by retail in lhe hotel known  as Ihe Rellcvue Hotel, siluate al  Sicamous, in the Province of Rrit-  isli Columbia.  Dated lhis 12th dav of October.  Ill Hi.  LEOPOLD   II.  OONORF.YK.  Applicant.  AVc beg to apologize to all who have keys on our Kitchen Cabinet  for our inability to continue the drawing.  A wave of "protection to our'weaker fellow beings" has taken hold  ol'certain citizens, with thc result that we are threatened with legal  proceedings if the.Cabinet contest is continued.  We know that the same contests arc taking place all over the  country without interference, and it is with keen disappointment to  ourselves and to those who have their eye on the handsome Cabinet,  lhal we are forced to withdraw it.  However, we arc still doing business with the largest and. freshest  stock of Groceries and Gent's Furnishings to be found in the city, with  prices right.  A car of feed and Rose Flour just lo hand.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings  and Groceries  Ea  I failed laj_t year to realize oii  my block and get out of business. I am going to try again  this year. I Have cancelled all  my orders for Xmas Goods  that I could. Some are on the  way and will be sold, with the  re^tTl^El[n^T"COSTrjuWtTy  me for prices.  Household Furniture  Everything in my house for sale!  5 Beds and Bedding  1 Steel Range and Utensils  1 Heating Stove  Crockery, Glassware, Carpets, Pictures,  Plants, Flower Stand. ,  Wall Paper at Less than Cost  J "17   /"D A MC   Enderby Music Store  . J__. \_/I\/\l>l__.,      Enderby, B.C.  A

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