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Array I*- .   '.I  4?  Enderby, B. C, November 9, 1916  AND      WALKER'S       WEEKLY  Vol. 9;' No. 37;   Whole No. 457  Iv*  ENDERBY NEWS IN BRIEF  Gus Schultz is on a visit to Arrowhead.       L-  Miss Laura Redman is visiting in  Revelstoke.  Chas. Harkins returned from the  coast the week end.  A. Olson, sawyer al thc Okanagan  Saw Mills, left wilh his family for  Spokane this week.  Manager Dobie of the Okanagan  Telephone Company, was on a  business trip to Enderby Tuesday.  in 'Alberta the musk rats are not  building Iheir houses high, which  is said to be another sign of an open  winter.  IT. W. Bischel, Calgary representative of lhe- Okanagan Saw Mills,  spent the week-end in -the city on  business.  Miss Lucile Barrows spent a few  days wilh her parents lhc past  week, from the young ladies' school  al Kamloops.  Pie. Jas. M. .Tamieson, son of Mr.  and -Mrs.* A. .Tamieson, Deep Creek,  was listed among the wcunded in  * Tuesday's casually list.  -.- Parish" of Enderby,-21sl Sunday  after Trinity: Mattins. oGrindroci,  10.30 a.m.; Evensong, Mara, 3 p.m.;  Evensong, Enderby, 7.30 p.m.  :;;Mr; and Mrs.VV. 13.: Gosnell, left  for Victoria this week, where Mrs.  Gosnell will spend the winler with  her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sail,  while. Mr. Gosnell intends going to  v England- lo join the forces. ��������������������������� -  -���������������������������-��������������������������� -  Mrs. AV. IT. Stnlcn and family leN  on Saturday for Barons, Alia.,-  wherc they will mccl' Mr. Stntcn,  and, after a visit of a few weeks in  Saskatchewan, will proceed to For-  eston, N. 13.,* for thc winter.  Supl. Stevens and force of line  . men are fast closing up lhc link in  the Government telephone, and tcle-  ' graph line between Enderby and  Vernon. They arc now on the low  road between Armstrong and Enderby.  .The children of Fortune public  school will hold a candy sale and  serve lea, in the. Red Cross rooms  Saturday afternoon, Nov. 11th. in  aid of the Belgian children's relief  fund. Contributions of home-made  candies will be thankfully received.  Geo. R. Sharpe and John LaForgc  were hunting" in the vicinity of  Hupel for a few days the past  .week. John bagged his first deer,  -=andH\Trf=Shar-pc-Gamc-=ncar--enoiigh=  to gelling a bear to smell its steak  frying in thc pan���������������������������then it got awav.  E. il. Mack and Ed. Dill mcl with  unusually hard luck on a deer  hunt near Mabel Lake lasl week. Tl *  is the usual thing I'or them to bagj  at least one out of three, but on .this  trip they started eight deer and a  black bear and came home with an  empty bag.  Pete Mack, and Buck Johnstone  arc assiling Constractors Ira Jones  and J. N. Grant in the erection of  the schoolhousc. The cement work  was finished in record time thc end  of the week, and lhc framework  will bc enclosed in a few days.  Messrs. Jones ancl Granl allow no  moss to, grow on the lumber when  lhcy take a job.  V in Alberta and Saskatchewan il  is said There is at least one-third of  the wheat crop still standing in thc  fields, in mosl cases snow-covered,  little if any of which will ever he  threshed. The recruiting campaign of the past summer seems to  have cleaned out all available farm  hands, and it .was impossible lo get  the labor necessary to handle the  crop. -  Did you see Ihe movies last Saturday night at thc Opera House? Tf  vou missed lhe Mutual Maslerplay  it was your loss. Tt was one of the  best. It is promised thai lhc master-  play for next Saturday evening will  bc equally good. If its name i.s any  indication of quality you will nol  care to miss it. It i.s called "Rum-  nclslillskin," and it is accompanied  by the comedy "Curing Cissy."  There was nol r������������������. disappointed  person in lhe audience lhal heard  the Gwcnt Welsh Singers at the  Opera House Mondav evening. Each  number seemed lo be more appreciated than lhe last, and when the  performance was ended il was not  easy to decide which of thc numbers was the best. "Excelsior" was  never sung belleiyand the "Hallelujah* Chorus" was sublime.  IT. T. Johnson, interested in the  Opera House wilh Mr. Bobb, came  in from Princeton "Wednesday evening on business, and will remain a  few days.  The school children's concert  given at Grindrod school last Friday evening proved most satisfactory,' though, the attendance was  not as large as usual owing io the  inclement weather. Thc concert  and dance netted $27.65 I'or ihe  Belgian children's relief fund of the  school.  The Kelowna Opera House, Law-  son's double store, Muirhead's shoe  store, Crawford's book store, the  storage warehouse of the "Mason &  Risch Piano Co., Odd Fellows' and  Freemansons' hall, Raymer's public  hall and a large number of ollices  and. dwelling rooms were completely demolished by fire which  swept the business section of Kelowna one night last week.  Reginald Crane writes from Toronto: "Don'l fail to see "The  Birth of a Nation5' when it comes to  lhc Opera House. I saw il here and  it was simply wonderful. The music  alone was worth going to hear. Il  has the name of. being the greatest  picture play ever, shown here. It  ran for about' two months." -It  will.be at lhc Opera House tonight.  The price of admission is the same  as .was .charged* elsewhere .on- ,its  first -appearance���������������������������:$1.50V'reserved,  ������������������1.00 rush, and 50c for-children.  The company advertises an orchestra of. 20 pieces, and lhe music  is said lo be marvelous. A monster  harp* lakes the place of, the piano  in thc orchestra.'  HOSPITAL BOARD MEETING  The public meeting /called for  Tuesday evening, at the City Hall,  to hear-the report of thc Hospital  Board of its stewardship .the pasl  year, did not materialize to any appreciable 'extent. However, the  half-dozen citizens who were present in addition to thc board took'  occasion to express their appreciation lo'the board of the able  manner in which the business of  the pasl year had been handled,  and it was lhe unanimous wish of  theMneeting that the present board  continue do hold ollice until thc  objectynofw underway_of having the  "board durrincorporat^riirtTiraiircdr  This will require but- a short time,  the inlenlion being to have lhe incorporation papers Ihroutrh so as to  be ready for the municipal election  in January, when il i.s proposed to  have two members elected lo the  board bv lhe electorate of ihe cily,  Iwo to be named by the incoming  cily council and two by thc Provincial government, as prescribed  in the Hospital Aid Act.    ,  Thc report of the secretary of thc  board showed the lolal receipts for  the vear amounted to $721.55. Of  this'sum, lhc amount of $-1*18.05  was by private contributions from  the people of thc dislrict. and the  sum of $272.00 from entertainments  given in aid of the hospilal. The  expenditures for the year were as  follows: Salary lo housekeeper,  ������������������312; renl, $180; .additional J'urn-  shings for new building, 8177-80;  improvements to building, $3*1.02;  cleaning of buildina, $10.50; cost  of entertainments, $0.25; leaving a  balance on hand of 98 cents, ft  was explained that there was the  housekeeper's salary from Ocl. 1st  vcl unpaid, and lhc hall rent for  'the last whist drive together with a  bill of 81.75 for printing.  Miss Gibbs, who has so generously come to the aid of lhc hospital in the past, stated that in view  of her not having been able lo aid  in the whist drives, she wished to  bc permitted to assume the liabilities or the board in connection  therewith. Her offer was accepted  wilh thanks.   Ladies' winter underwear and  cashmere hose for ladies and  children���������������������������at Speers'. Call early,  assortment limited.  Fancy candies, delicious cakes  and cookies,  will be found at Joe's  PTE. HARRY SKYRME  Reported killed in aclion on the  Somme fronl. Sept. 15th: This  young man, who- paid the highest  sacrifice al the call of duty, was 26  years of age, and when he left his  ranch home,at Grindrod it was lo  join the 102nd'Battalion al-Vernon  camp. He was" for three years associated willi his brother, Thomas,,  in handling the Hazel mere Ranch,  and. .wasrfavorably. known:.through-,  out the Valley. '..";. "   ���������������������������. "'.' ,  TRENCH COMFORT CLUB  . Thanks lo lhe efforts of the ladies  of- the Trench Comfort Club,, and  Ihe generous support given by the  citizens of Enderby and dislrict,  thc Christinas parcels going from  here lo lhc men at the front will-be  well filled wilh choice and substantial gifts. The ladies of lhc club  have been busy this week packing  the parcels. Il is no small task.  .The work is slill underway, but lhe  parcels, il is said, will go on Monday' next wilhout fail. There is slill  left an opportunity I'or anyone who  desires to enclose some 'Chrislmas  remembrance to the boys in the  trenches.  The Press is asked to stale that  the ladies of the club are much in  need* of 'cigarettes, chewing gum.  "        nd   10-lb. lard  '.jie states lhat llie general' movement there1 is more to slock raising  on an intensive-.scale. Nol that fruil  raising is to be pushed aside or  oven negdected, bul the feeling of  the district is thai they must have  lore lhan I'ruil growing as a per-  aancnl Ihing.  Thc Vernon District Livestock  Association recently has been organized, and the association received its first consignment of dairy  stock from Eastern Canada a week  or len days ago. The shipment consisted of Iwo carloads, fifty-four  head in all, brought from Ontario.  They came through in fine order.  So satisfactory, in fact, was the appearance of this stock lhat additional orders have been placed in  lhe same quarter, .and already another carload has passed down thc  Valley.      ���������������������������   -     ���������������������������  WILSON RE-ELECTED  The latest reports giving the results of the, presidential election,  held on Tuesday, indicate that President Wilson has been re-elected by  a small majority. He is given 14 of  a majority .in .lhc. electoral college,  ���������������������������.recording to one report, while another says lhal many of the stales  are in thc doubtful list. .Both-sides  are claiming-victory, and it is possible ii will be several days before  the-election'of PresklcntAVilson is  conceded by. thc<Republican forces.  CONCERTi IN: EOEl\UNEsSClIOQL  ��������������������������� ' A concert which was very much  enjoyed  by  a large audience" was  given in  the. assembly <hall of the  Fortune school last evening in aid  of Jhe   school   children's   Belgian  relief fund.     Speechmaking,  dramatic-  readings by Rev.   Howe, "and songs occupied  a very pleasant evoning.    On  this   occasion    lhe'   announcement  was made*of lhe presentation to the  school  by Mr. J. E.- Crane*  of the  piano so long used by Mrs. Crane in  her teaching of thc children when  she was onc of lhe community���������������������������a  gift which thc community will appreciate  thc  more  because  of the  many    pleasant   associations   connected  therewith in  the early history of the musical and social side  of the community's life.    Il is understood lhat this is to be only the  firs! of many similar entertainments i  to he given  by the  pupils  of thc.  high school, under the direction of  3-lb.   cracker  tins iti ti  ���������������������������_11W_,   w���������������������������v._,  w,_ .  pails.__Th.cv J]lsp JLcqijii:c..the_rujjjth������������������ir't<incheV,_Mr VWelsh  ji7!dress   o<   all   those   latelv   gone  overseas.   Musl b^ posted lo lhc .secretary,  Mi's.   S.   IT.   Speers,  before  Saturday, Nov. 11th.  "We understand the  hearted people of Grindrod are to  send parcels to the men in the  trenches from lhere. A measuring  party i.s to be held at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Monk on ihe eve  BUTTER MARKET  Vancouver pays $5000 every day  for butler. Ils butler bill amounts  to $1,825,000. The prairie provinces  get the money. Yet we hear the  cry thai there is no market for butler ! Thc fact is, and wc all must  admit it,That Brilish Columbia docs  ning of Nov. 15th to-nii.se funds for nol produce enough butter the year,,  this purpose.   Thc^h1i*rge"^rto1)1^  pennv an inch of height, and, we j fact: In Ihe prairie provinces they  IJlrllll* fill 1    H   **U   i   I WJ.li-H-Ql^H _|..V.J������������������.W|--.-- ~ J ��������������������������� , -  understand, a  Hat  rale of  10c ad- have adopted  lhe centralized  idea  * - in the establishment ol then; cream  eries���������������������������just as New Zealand has���������������������������in  which the province holds control of  cverv pound of butler turned oul, to  this'extent, that il is marketed under one brand and one* quality. In  British Columbia we think we can  succeed by dolling the counlry here  and there wilh small, creameries,  each putting buller on Ihe market  independent of the olher and in  competition one with Ihe other.  Some day our Provincial Government i.s going lo wake up lo the  follv of this system and adopt the  centralized creamery-idea.  dilional for refreshmenls. Everyone will be cordially welcome, ihe  desire being to make lhis nol only  a rousing success in the way of contributing to the ��������������������������� Christmas fund  for the boys, bul also in a good old-  time neighborly way.  VERNON BU YING LI VE STOCK  Some days ago, Mr. Geo. Heggie,  manager of Ihe Belgian Syndicate  properly at Vernon, told The Press  of*lhe great progress that has been  made on that estate in the pasl few  years���������������������������since he inauguraled the  live stock idea in place of Ihe land  selling idea. He told of the success  he had with sheep, which were the  first lo be taken on. It was this  sudden change from the land-selling idea to sheep raising thai saved  the day I'or lhe big land syndicate  ���������������������������as well as for many others.  From sheet), Manager Heggie  branched oul into hogs and callle.  Everv slock venture inaugurated  by him has proved piofilable for  llie compnnv, and today he says he  is nol Irving lo sell land and docs  not care to. They need what lhcy  have nol sold for the slock being  raised, and the stock.is pulling hack  into lhe land more value than lhcy  are taking out of it.   Manager Heg-  MORE  MECHANICS   WANTED  The Olh Field Company Canadian  Engineers, whose headquarters are  at Norlh Vancouver, arc offering a  splendid'opportunity to the handy  man. Carpenters, miners, wheelwrights, fitters, plumbers, -electricians, etc., also handy men without  experiene, in fact, any men with  ambition lo succeed and learn a  trade arc wanted. They should  communicale wilh the Recruiting  Ollice, and get to know of the advantages open lo those joining this  seclion of the forces. Write Ollicer  Commanding, Gth Field Co., Canadian   Engineers,  Norlh  Vancouver.  WILL SUEFOR TAXES  The arranjcmenl entered inlo by  the City Council with the heaviest  owner of city property delinquent  for "J DM taxes, whereby the city accepted-a post-dated cheque for the  taxes in the belief lhal lhc owner  would bc able to pay the $1500  past due if given the additional  time covered by the posl-date, ,  did not develop as was anticipated.  On the strength of the promise then '  made, lhe city called off the delinquent tax sale advertised for Oct.  13th. Now the City Council finds  itself up against the proposition ol"  collecting Uicse delinquent taxes by  process of the courts.  At a meeting of the Council Tues:  day evening it was decided to proceed against lhe delinquent owners,  at thc same lime giving them all the  lime possible, but with the uuder,: ���������������������������  standing-that the business musl be  closed up before the end of ,the -  present Council's term.  Tlie  matter of  incorporation  of1,  the  Hospilal  Board  was .discussed ^  at length, ahd it was finally decided-  lo proceed in accordance wilh ihe  suggestion made by Auditor Crehan ;j  spine 'month ago, and Jiave thc in- -:"  corporation,papers through in time-;  to be effective at the.next-municipal-.*  election.- It-was thc-opinion of.the- '  members present; HisVWorship the^v  Mayor,   and  '.Aldermen,' Faulkner,",-",  Fravel. and Nichol, .thaC'us thc'-iri-W  corporation'of the-Boarcb.was a pro-*',  tectionto the^city, thcy.cit'y should:-.  X,Uie?dfjotie '< b" ear ? >t he V<^ostuo������������������'puit'in %?S  the ��������������������������� incorporation through���������������������������:$20-div*  ������������������25f-and that the Cty Clerk should-:  lake  the  matter  up' .with 'Auditor .  Crehan at once.      .     '   '      V  ��������������������������� ' i "  " The question of setting a price on-  family plots  in   lhe-city' cemetery,  was brought-up in, order fo close a  mailer lefl  in  an  unfinished  state,  before   lhe   Council   for   ihe."past  year  or   more,   involving.an   offer  made by Mr.' F. Hassard.   The'plol- .  desired  by- him  covered  eight in- -  dividual plots, which, at the sched-" ���������������������������  ulc adopted  by 1he city would .be  priced al $80.    II was decided to  make lhe price .$50.   .  Roll of Honor  Report of Ash Ion Creek school  for month of October:  No.  days school  in  session, 21;  total days attendance, 172.5; average attendance, 8.21.  '_���������������������������_ Junior-Fourth���������������������������Betty Baxlcr.  "Senior^Tlfircl���������������������������YaTos"itrv   SITriifciy  Vlosla Staincr.  Junior-Third���������������������������Clifford Boyd.  Second Header���������������������������Dorothea Baxter,  Yaroslav Slamberg.  ��������������������������� * First Reader���������������������������Arthur Boyd.  Second'.Primer���������������������������'Joe Miska, Paul  Stainer, Feme Ashton.  First- Primer���������������������������Annie Stamberg.  Perfect in punctuality���������������������������Feme  Ashton. Betty Baxter, Dorothea Bnx-  1ar,VkMosfa:.Siau^  Standing for the monlh���������������������������1st,  Joe Miska, 85 per cent: 2nd, Yaroslav Stainer, 81.5; 3id, V'aroslav  Stamberg, 71.7.  Lily M. Tkiwiuni-:, Teacher  "M  -S-S s0l'f������������������|  - V -.."P'i'vl  *, fV-V^-/  .... --'.    r<-A>.|  ���������������������������'>'���������������������������;," *V>* *li*p"71  -iS'-'-'-*"'' ���������������������������'������������������*'���������������������������' I  SHAPING   CANADA'S   POLITICS  II would seem from a cable recently senl from London by "Windermere," lo lhc Vancouver Province, lhal Old Country economic,  political and military leaders are  engaged in making up a political  slalc for Canada. Il is suggested by  this authority thai Canada is soon  to have a 'coalition government,  wilh Sir Thomas'White as leader,  and Sir Robert Borden shelved as  permanent high commissioner in  London. A later report from London slates thai Sir George Pcrley,  who has been commissioner, is returning lo Canada lo lake thc. ollice  of Minister of Overseas Militia,, thus  making way for Sir Robert Borden  to lake his -place.  Anyone having Red Cross work  on hand is requested lo finish it  and deliver to thc Red Cross rooms  as early as possible, as another box  will be* shipped to headquarters at  once.   It is estimated thai ships totalling  in value ������������������75,000,000 are now under  construction on thc Pacific Coast. }<  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, November 9, 1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  H.   M.   WALKER'  Published  every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C. at  S2   per   year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising Rates: .Transient, *'50c an inch first insertion,. 25c each'subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising. $1 an inch per month.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1916  GROW WHEAT !  If the farmers of llie Enderby district would  make lhis-lhc slogan for ncxl year���������������������������and back il  up wilh determination and elbow grease���������������������������we  would see a remarkable change for llie better in  our general condilions. Years ago���������������������������when wheal  was selling al (30c and 80c a bushel, the Tanners  of this district produced a large amount of wheat.  In one season, lhc local Hour mill bought 300 tons  of wheal from Hie Slepney ranch alone. Today,  with wheat selling as high as $1.80 and $1.90 a  bushel, il is witlwliilicuily lhat (300 or 800 tons  are to be found throughout lhc Okanagan Valley.  Admitting lhal lhis dislrict is not, primarily, a  wheal dislrict, owing lo its limited acreage, and  is much heller adapted to dairying and truck  farming, slill, wilh wheat selling al thc high  prices prevailing, and which arc almost certain  lo prevail another season or Iwo, lhere could not  be oll'ercd a bcLler opportunity for our farmers  lo gel into the game and come out with a hank  roll. There is not a heller district under the  sun than we have���������������������������'right here in lhe vicinity of  Enderbv. All we require is more production. No  ��������������������������� mailer-how.high.'the prices go for farm produce,  or how.bright lhe future demand, lhis i.s not go-  ^iirg^lcHicl|)^theV1ariiHM*^who-has-litlle-oi^nolhing_  lo sell. The prosperous farmer is lie who has  something to sell. Any other kind is simply a  burden bearer���������������������������and the burden a mortgage.  Why nol boost the dislrict instead of decrying  ils condilions ? Condilions could nol.be better,  provided we were prepared lo lake advantage of  Ihem and had lhe courage lo gel after lhe business offering. The 'market today'is crying for  __ca.r_lo.ads Jlllyvh(';iJ, ea 11 le, hogs, j>heep, wool, a nd  'commodities of lhis sort, llie cryisrTmlimiled  and lhe prices higher Hum Ihey have been in  half a cenlury or more. Bul we cannol go after  lhis business and capture il with a basket of eggs  and a roll ol* buller. l.'nlil we can see llie possibilities open lo lhis district and are prepared lo  go into il on a scale large; enough lo make Ihesc  possihililes bud inlo realities we cannol hope lo  reap the benelils of war conditions which are  bringing such prosperity lo other districts.  A Winnipeg statistician figures it oul lhal lhe  Canadian dollar has shrunk lo (17 cents during the  present war. Increases in prices are in many  eases absolutely staggering. For instance, .potatoes have gone up 17:1 per cent, when bought by  the peek. Olher increases are: Bread, 80 per cent;  milk. 20 per cenl; buller nO per cent; Hour 61  per cent; canned slulf, from 40 to 50 per cenl.  TIME TO MAKE A NEW START  Each fall as the winler draws near rumors  dark and drear fasten themslves upon the spirits  of lhe people. The saw mill i.s going lo close  down, will not operate next year; no logging will  he done; no logs will be bought, and similar  reports ad nauseam. Then, when llie first snow  comes, llie atmosphere clears, everybody looks  happy; coals are pulled oil" and everybody gels  busy, and lo, the winler i.s gone and spring comes  dancing round the corner with a grist for the  saws to keep them busy the whole season long.  It reminds onc of' boyhood experiences at the  old swimming hole. We'd sit around at lhe edge  of lhe pool, shivering at the thought of how cold  lhe water was. And of all the direful things lhat  were going to happen, those boys could tell 'em,  lioneslinjun! Death by drowning for going in too  soon aflcr eating was sure lo happen. Then  some fellow would dare anolhcr, and in he'd go  ���������������������������if pushed in. And in a moment thc dismal aspect of the pool was changed inlo one of joyous  hilarity. "Oh, Skin-nay, come in, the water's line,"  rang out from a dozen throats.  The coming of each winter sees a repetition of  these feelings, these fears and follies. We are now  in the midst of another moonshine period, and  goblins with storm-blue wings and somber eyes  arc held up to the gaze to "put lea r. into the unsophisticated. Soon these reports will have disappeared and lhe winter will find every man of the  ew remaining employed at full lime.  Ncxl season, and thc present winter season,  should be the busiest this district has experienced  in its history. The demand for every Ihing wc can  produce is way in excess of normal, and prices arc  climbing out of sight. If this dislrict docs not experience a prosperous season next year, wc, the  residents of lhc dislrict, can blame nobody but  ourselves. If we had a hundred fold more of our  products lo sell right now, wc should have no  dillicully in disposing of.it, and at prices that  would give every farmer and businessman a bank  roll!   Let's get busy, Neighbor; it's up to us !  More than onc million bushels of Canadian  wheal were purchased last week at lhc Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce by Minnesota milling  and elevator interests, al lower prices, freight and  duty paid, than was being paid for American  raised wheat of the same quality. The first Canadian import business of any size developed when  Winnipeg No. 3 wheat was quoted at $1.78 1-2 and  at the same lime Minneapolis cash wheal of thc  same milling quality was quoted at $1.88 1-2 to  $1.9(31-2.  NO WONDER FLOUR PRICES CLIMB  Annual bank statements, and statements of a  like nature, very often contain paragraphs which  carry most welcome news to their shareholders,  but at lhe same time place lhc corporation in a  decidedly embarrassing light if lhc slalcmcnt is  turned up to public scrutiny. Thc fifteenth  annual statement of the Ogilvic Flour Mills Co.  Ltd., contains onc such a paragraph:  "After providing for two years' war tax  and paying its bond interest, the net profits  arc shown as  $774,270.12, or  representing  about 25 per cent on the common stock.  From this sum has been deducted .dividends  for the vear, leaving the substantial amount  of $334',270.12 to be added to surplus and  carried forward into the new year."  In lhc face of a jump in lhc wholesale price of  Hour from $0 to $10 or more a barrel, this paragraph will make interesting reading for thc poor  man who has to keep a family on a 50 per ccnl  normal wage.   Often thc question is being asked  il* thc Dominion Government is not going lo lake  some step to curb Ihesc soulless corporations in  war times.   In response lo lhis demand lhe Government  has  passed   legislation  which  permits  any  municipality  lo enquire into any reported  undue increase in price of commodities by lhe  manufacturer or producer.    Whether this legislation will have any effect in holding down thc  cost of living   remains lo be seen.    It cannot bc  ^ex peeled lo accomplish much, however, when a  Tn i fling coin pany likiT^l htT Ogi 1 viinnil Is^ca n^get  away with so frank a statement as is quoted here.  Designed this year it will ornament and. enhance the  good appearance of the tidiest kitchen in all Canada.  WQarys  Come in and I'll show you why the Kootenay stays as  good as new long after other ranges have to be repaired  or replaced. ������������������a������������������  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 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  nON'T FORGET THAT !  Our stock of Flour and Feed is guaranteed to give satisfaction, and  prices are the lowest possible.  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TEECE & SON,    BffiStW&r  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  KingEdwardHotel,pp^etoyRPHY Enderby  FRESH  FI S H  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  ���������������������������Wilh all the nations of Europe declaring they  iire prepared lo "light lo a finish," and each dc-  tcrmincd lo send lhe last man up against the machines of war as cannon fodder, il might well be  asked "where are lhe brains of Europe?"  LAND AND PRE-EMPTION_MAP__.___._  There has jusl been issued by the Department  ol" the Interior a new edition of lhc "Land and  Pre-emption" map which gives useful and interesting information, corrected lo a recent date,  wilh regard lo the land situation and the preemption and purchased homestead areas I'or lhe  three western provinces. Figures in green show  at a glance the number of quarter-sections in  each township lhal are slill available for home-|  stead entry, also lhe area wilhin which quarter-',  sections may he pre-emlpted. Boundaries ol* Dominion Land Agencies, and lhe location ol* Forestry and Indian Reserves are also clearly shown.  All townships which have been surveyed are set  oul in a distinctive bull' coloring. Copies of the  publication may be procured free of charge upon  application to the Railway Lands Branch of the  Department of lhe Interior, Ottawa.  Premier Elect Brewster is up against a serious  problem. Me has promised to curtail public expenditures and at. the same lime increase public  revenues. If he does either he will do lhal which  is unpopular. He cannot mivke progress without  public expenditures being maintained, and if the  Province stands slill or goes back he cannol hope  lo increase public revenues. Election pledges of  the extravagant class have an awkward way of  coming up al the wrong lime and in embarrassing places.  E. J. Mack  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ��������������������������� ENDERBY, B. C.  .__Good-Rigs;_.Careful Drivers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable ancl Commodious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists invited to give us a trial.  0. Ii. Barter $  Baths in connection  H. HENDRICKSON, Proprietor  C. P. R. TIMETABLE  Southbound  Northbound  1 ().���������������������������!;")  11.18  11.3*1  11..I!)  12.1')  13.(13  13.2;") ar  Sicamous  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY  Armslrong  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg  a r. 18.15  17.58  17.14  1(5.59  10.30  15.45  lv. 15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  u. P. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderby  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  v.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS      1  Coal mining rights of thc Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  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 2560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  ina,dc by the applicant in person to  the Agent, of _subTAtfent o������������������ the_dis-_  ' trict in which rights 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 bc staked out by  the applicant himself.'  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 85 which will be  refunded if the righls applied for  are noLavaliable, but:not otherwise.*_  A royally shall be paid on the merchantable output of the,mine at the  rate of live cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish Ihe Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  mined and pay Ihe royally thereon.  If lhe coal mining righls are not  operated, such returns should bc  furnished at least once a year.  The lease will include the coal  mining righls only, bul the lessee  may be permitted lo purchase whatever available surface righls as may  be considered necessary for the  working of the mine, al the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should bc made to the Secretary of  Ihe Department of thc Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.-Unaulhori/.cd publication of  lhis advertisement wiil not be paid  for.���������������������������83575. f  Thursday, November 9,1916.  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  MAKING STRONG EFFORT TO ORGANIZE  The farmers of Cowicban district arc making  a determined cll'orl lo organize.   In thc Cowicban  Leader Mr. W. Palerson speaks thus of the need  of such an organization, covering not only the  Province  of Brilish  Columbia,  but agriculture  throughout Canada.    "There is no blinking lhc  fact lhat agriculture in lhis province is 'dead up  against it,' " he says.   "The cosl of production is  outrageously high because of labor conditions.  All manufactured goods bought by the farmer  have increased very considerably in price, while  the products be sells fetch lillle over (in most  cases much less) lhan these same products realized when markets were in less stringent shape.  Nor is labor lhc only bugbear lhal the farmer  meantime has to centend wilh.   The entire agriculture fabric in this counlry needs revision and  for whal is wrong; we (thc farmers- themselves)  are wholly responsible.   In matters politic manu-  "iacluring interests, railway interests, and trades  union interests, all organized and ready for fight,  lake precedence in legislation, while agriculture,  lhc basic industry of Canada as. a whole, remains  unorganized and disunited, with absolutely no  weight behind any attempt to slat__its requirements, a fit prey for thc rapacious'instincts of  these recognized plunderers., . : . Until agriculture is organized  throughout British Columbia  and in thc Dominion farming interests have no  right to expect more than, the crumbs that other  interests so generously let fall from their table.  Such organization is only accomplishable if lhe  farmers   will   sink   their  differences;   rid   their  minds of thc fallacy that farmers as a body will  not unite; and give of their time and talent to a  determined cll'orl lo place their interests in thc  forefront, where agriculture as an industry has  , every right to bc." y  o .   , Thc election of Premier Bowser by the soldiers'  ."���������������������������vote is one of thc best things that could happen  thc Province under the circumstances! If hc goes  into thc Legislature as leader of thc Opposition it  will mean that; while the Opposition may not bc  as numerical-as. all concede/would be advisable,  it will be a "strong" Opposition, ancl a most helpful Opposition to the new Government.  an opportunity. The scheme provides for the  opening of war savings accounts, pretty much in  the ordinary way, at thc banks, and at lhc Post  Ollice savings branches. When lhe depositor has  to his or her credit a certain specified sum of  money, a war savings certificate may bc purchased. These certificates will be issued at an attractive rale of discount, and will provide a saTc  and profitable investment. Thc certificate will bc,  of course, a slate security, and lhe proceeds will  be used lo meet thc war expenditures of Canada  and lo help in financing lhc purchase in Canada of  war munitions and supplies required by the Imperial Government.  According to thc Vancouver Province lhc soldier's vote gave a majority against prohibition of  3199. Deducting this from the majority in favor  by the civilian vole and that of the soldiers in  Canada, and lhc net majority in favor of prohibition is 5,835.  EUROPE BLEEDING TO DEATH  AUSTRALIA AGAINST CONSCRIPTION  ���������������������������V ,. Australia will not have any-of. the militarism  "-:'���������������������������'.of Europe,transplanted there. By^a majority of  sonic 80,000 the Commonwealth defeated conscription at the polls some days ago. ..The fate of  the military- idea in Australia has had a very decided-effect'upon the conscription idca-dri Canada.  Wc*arc Told now "bf m,cfiiBiri*"mTthority*that there  will be no attempt to adopt the military idea here.  This seems to hc an act ot wisdom. Let the military idea once get a neck-'hold upon the. Dominion  and our democracy will go glimmering. .Conscription once adopted here would mean the ultimate enforcement of militarism upon our people.  The peoples of Europe have been'enthralled by it.  and the life blood of empires is slowly flowing  into thc sands of.Flanders and other baltlcfrouts.  They tell us lhe manhood Nof Europe must be  offered up to thc last drop of blood, because of  thc idea of militarism, and .yet con scrip tionis Is  propose to transplant this idea to this and other  Dominions. Australia has given her answer. If  Canada were given thc opportunity she would rc-  ' ply as Australia did. Nol that cither Australia or  Canada is unprepared to stay inlo lhc .game with  thc Motherland to .the limit of reason. This has  been .demonstrated by thc heroic" manner in  which lhc manhod of these Dominions has gone  ^^forwardr^Bu Hhcre-is-a-limi Ubayond-\vhicluthesc_  democracies refuse to go. They will not permit  thc military idea of Europe to reach its avaricious  arm across the waters and place the iron color of  Mars upon thc necks of our children and children's children. As we understand it, wc arc  fighting to kill the very thing our conscriptionist  friends would force upon us. According to Blackwood's Magazine-ran ultra-Liberal organ���������������������������con-  . scription in England brought forward only 200,-  000 men to swell lhe army of five millions. If  this is true of England, what could conscription  accomplish in Australia or Canada even if it were  possible to force il upon lhe Dominions ?  "If thc workers of the Brilish Empire arc nol  .   conscripted, lhcy will bc dangerous when the war  ends," says the* New York World.    And if they  are  conscripted,   neighbor,   Ihey  will  bc  more  dangerous.  According to what British officers tell Arthur  S. Draper, who has been visiting the Somme  front, the end of lhc war is a long way off, lhere  being a tremendous amount of .fighting yet to bc  done. In thc spring of 1917 lhc Germans will  begin with an "immense army, this writer says.  They now have 123 divisions in thc West. Germany, and admittedly all the other belligerents  except, possibly, Russia, is sorely tried for man  power. A tremendous amount of entrenching  is being done by thc enemy behind Bapaumc.  In thc other fronts the first snows of winter-  find thc opposing armies in much lhc same position as thc first snows of lasl winter found them,  with little territory gained by cither side, and  wilh prospects for any material advance as remote as at any other period of the war. Yet both  sides put on a bold front and each claims to bc  determined to fight to a final decision. Recently  Field Marshal von Hindenburg said, as' regards  thc duration of thc war: "That depends upon our  enemies. Prophesying docs not pay. In the hour  of war one had better leave il alone. It is possible the year 1917 will bring battles which will  decide thc war. However, I do nol know, and  nobody knows. I only know that we will fight  this war to a final decision."  Church properties here and there in Western  communities, where in boom times every person  of any faith felt that hc or she'could "not'worship  God aright unless through this or that-"ism," arc  getting into. serious financial straights, and arc  being closed up. This is onc of the good indications of the times. "*Small,communities are being  bled to death iii brdei7To'keep upf'isms" in-the  form of a variety of ��������������������������� churches which the community has about as much need of as thc ordinary  canine has for a multiplicity of tails.  MERCHANTS SHIPS SUNK  Onc thousand eight hundred and twenty mcr-  .chant ships with an aggregate gross tonnage of  approximately 3,328,584, have been sunk by belligerent nations during twenty-seven months of  war ended Nov. 1st, according to figures compiled  'from cables and mail advices published by thc  New York Journal of Commerce.    Thc losses  during October  were larger  than for any one  PROMOTING NATIONAL THRIFT  The announcement from Ottawa with regard  to the plan of the Minister of Finance to promote  national saving, is of interest lo all Canadians,  particularly so, perhaps, lo people of slender  means. It is, primarily, to enable the latter to  place small sums of money at thc service ol" thc  ' state, while at the same time providing a fair return for the use of such money, lhat Sir Thomas  White' has worked out his scheme of war saving  certificates. There are in Canada many thousands  of men and women whose financial circumstances  have not permitted them to subscribe to either of  thc two domestic war loans, yet these people are  just as earnestly desirous of helping in the war as  are those whose subscriptions made of these two  loans such a magnificent success. II is for these  men and women that Sir Thomas White, wilh lhc  of the preceding, five months, according to these  statistics, amounting to 127 vessels of a total tonnage of 227,110. Thc October rale of destruction  was considerably in excess of the monthly average  throughout thc war, and British shipping suffered losses nearly equal to those of August and  S^ptcmlycr^ccinbinc(lr-HSforway��������������������������� lost=lhc-=-!argest  number of ships, fifty-six, but their gross tonnage  was only 57,333 as compared wilh Great Britain's  total loss for the monlh of 115,516 gross lonnagc,  of 38 vessels destroyed. A table showing the total  shipping losses since lhc,war began estimates  those of the Entente Allies al aboul 75 per cent  and those of neutrals at nearly 18 per cent, with  Teutonic losses less lhan 7 per cent. .  Brilish losses for October on lhe Western fronl  were somewhat lighter than for lhe three months  previous, amounting lo only 107,033. For lhe  four months of the offensive at Somme our  casualties amounled to 411,202. The French losses  arc nol given. The lerrilory gained al lhis point  amounts lo a lillle more in square'miles than was  gained by lhe Germans in the Verdun offensive.  Ten million dollars worlh of dycsluffs .and  drugs, and, it was said "possibly stocks, bonds'aiid  precious stones," comprised lhe cargo of.the German merchantman Deulschland, which made its  sccoiubtrip across the Atlantic and landed al New  London, Conn., a week ago.  As lhe result of prohibition, thc British-American hotel, thc oldest and best hotel in Kingston,  Ont., and one ol" lhc oldest in Canada, closed ils  doors last week after running for upwards of 120  ycars.  It is reported from Ottawa lhal women's organizations will be formed throughout Canada for  the purpose ol" making appeals lo the womanhood  of the Dominion lo take the place of men of military age in thc institutions of the country.  ROLL OF HONOR  FOR KING AND EMPIRE  OVERSEAS  ENDERBY  Bobt. Airth, Corporal  S. Allcorn  l������������������dgar L. Bawtree  Henry Arnold Bogert  Victor Bogert  Albert Buller  J. Irwin Bcatty  Arden Bush  Elmer Black  George Buckncll  John Brecdon  Fred Brecdon  Hugh Bowers  11. Ii. Blanchard    '  Bein Brown  All'. Castle  Charlie Castle  Robert Chadwick  IS. M. Crawford,. Lieutenant  A. E. Crossman, Lieutenant  Geo. Calder  IS.^I.'Corpe  Capt. R. B. M. Cameron    ..  George Dysart  Gordon-L. Duncan  Donald Dunwoodie  James Dickson, Lieutenant  Cecil "Wvnn Dunford  W. H. Embrey  A. V. Evans, Lieutenant  Leonard Funk  .lack Funk  Sidney Green  J. Green  James Glenn, Lieutenant  ' Kenneth? Glen, Sergeant  B. Garrett  Geo. Geight  Fred. Griflilh  Robert Grassct  J. Hallmark-'  .Colin Oliver Harvey, Lieutenant  J. C. Ilenniker, Lieut.-Coloncl  H. E. C. Harris  John M. Hatcher  E. B. Huffman  IT. Hilliard   .,  Roy Hutchison*V  C. Houldsworth  Fred A. Johnson,  Steven A. Knight  Percy La Roy.  Patrick K. Mowat V".  James Jasper Mowat  George Mason  B.Mack .     ���������������������������  . Leslie W. Mackay. v'  James J. Martvn '**"'        -   "-" -","  Albert Matthews  .       :SS, .  ��������������������������� Robert Murdoch _"  John David McMahon   '��������������������������� V * -  Rov McLeod**   - '.* ." . . ;**  C:F. Oland   *  J.'-E: Pacey   .,.. ..'..-.  Cecil G. Piper  .  L.-Proctor  Harry A. Preston  L. 13. Plumbly, Lieutenant   ���������������������������  James Pound  W. A. Russell  Killed in Action  Pte. Albert Matthews -   .;.  Pie. John M. Hatcher  Pte..Rein Brown"  Pie.  Harry Skvrme  Lieut. R. Bazeley  Pte. IT. Ellis Long  Pie. John Groves  Pte. C. Houldsworth  Colin Oliver Harvey, Lieutenant  Rev. C. Reed, Chaplain  E. Rogers  Samuel IS. Roberts  Tom Robinson '  Arthur Bootham  Harry Strickland  Kenneth Slrickland  Charles Twigg  Robert Wood house  Elwin Wheeler  Thos. Wilkinson, Lieutenant  John White  John Warwick  Robt. Wilson  Cecil Walker  HMSllis Young  MABEL LAKE VALLEY  Capt. J. IT. G. Baird  Capt.  Chas. IT. Thompson  Capt.  Wynne Jones  Capt. Godfrey Fowler  Lieut. Stanley Wilkinson tj  Corp. James Haynes  W. G. Allen  George Ferris  .'John Ashton*-  ' -  . -  'Joe'Simard  ,. Rudolph Simard .. ��������������������������� ';  Emil Peters.      -���������������������������  '   Fred. J. Kemp", i;*  GRINDROD  Geo. D. McEwen '-;  ��������������������������� "Gerald A. Neve  "* 'Wm. Peacock  P. Peacock  G. R. Salt  Maurice Salt  Fred  Dvsart  ": Ted Dysart  Disney Poole  W. Poole .  Harry .Skyrme .7777.....  George Archibald  Frank Russell     '       /  Frank Dondoneau     '  ,  Fred Dondoneau  - Jeffrey Smiley  James .lamieson  Bernard Rosoman .  MARA .  John Langdon, Major      T  Stanley Richardson, Lieutenant"  . Fred White, Lieutenant  M. A. Buckncll, Lieutenant"  "W. I-l..Ahier, Sergeant.   ���������������������������   ro   V  .Harry Coell, Lance Corporal  'yJames Oliver*1"- -: * ".-.-V--.y ;-*  k':Richard. Groves '''---��������������������������� -V  .���������������������������John Groves . .       "','.'���������������������������  G. W: Patcrson   ---���������������������������>���������������������������-'���������������������������,  '.Walter. Robinson        .   -/   t .**'  ; Sergeant Rerguson .'.-'/"''   -  Lieut.R. Bazeley    '  " A. 0.-Holland       J '    \       v-  ' Arthur Zcttergreen  '.-  Andrew Zcttergreen -"  ,-Nels Zcttergreen   - ��������������������������� -���������������������������**;  Thos. AV. Robinson     -  James F. Massey  Reported  Wounded -.  " Pte. James M. Jnmieson  Sergt.  Kenneth* Glenn,  Lieut. A. V. Evans  Capt. J. II. G. Baird.  .>        Prisoner of. War  Lieut. A. F. Crossman  Pte. Fred Brecdon  . Invalided  Rev. C Reed  HOME SERVICE  Howard   Logan,  Lieutenant   * *  Win. J. Hatcher, Lieutenant  J������������������:.JT.J3arjies3.J3-=i\L_S_J__ci_n___  Jas. C. English, Sergeant  Laurie Long  James Baird  'George Warwiok"  WHEN   Till:  FROST  IS  PUNKIN  ON   THE  Now that the aulumn nights arc here, see lhat  the stock are sheltered properly, ������������������especially the  co-operation of thc chartered banks, is providing milking cows.   Chills cause garget in lhe udder.  When the frost i.s on the punkin and  the fodder's in the shock,  And you hear the kyouck an' gobble  .. .  of the slniilin5 turkey cock,-  And lhc clackin' of the guineys, and  the clickin' of the hens,  And Ihe rooster's hallylooyer as ho  *     tiptoes on the fence;  O, it's then's the times a  feller is  a'feelin' al his best,  Wilh   the  risin'  sun   to  greet   him  from a night of peaceful-rest,  As he leaves the house, bare-headed,  and goes out to feed the stock,  When the frost is on the punkin and  the fodder's in the shock.  Thc husky, rusty russel of the tos-  sels of the corn,  And   thc   raspin'   of   thc   tangled  leaves as golden as the morn:  The stubble in the furrics���������������������������kindo',  lonesome-like, bul still  A-prcachin*  serinuns  lo  lis of the  barns the.v growed to fill;  Thc slrawslack in Ihe meddcr, and  the reaper in the shed; j  The hosses in they're stalls below  ���������������������������tlie clover overhead!���������������������������  0, it sets my hart a-clickin' like the  tickin' of a clock,  When  the  frost  is on  lhc punkin  and the fodder's in lhc shock !  ���������������������������James Whitcomb Riley.  A shipment of dowering bulbs���������������������������  tulips, narcissus, hyacinths and  lilies-���������������������������has been received at the  furniture store. Persons desiring  a selection will have to call early  as they are being sold rapidly.  Owing to Ihe steady rise in thc  price of Hour, we arc compelled to  increase thc price of bread from 3  loaves for 2f)c to 10c per loaf  straight.    At Joe's.  SECRET SOCIETIES  R. E. WHEELER  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodiru No. 40  ItuKulur meetings flnt  Thurwlny on or after the  full moon nt 8 p. in. in Oddfellows Hnll.. Visiting  brethren cordinlly invited  W.J. LEMKE  Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K.of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of I'. Hull.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  W. O. PELL.C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. R. S.  R. J. COLTART. M.F.  Hall suitableforConcerts. Dances nnd nil public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  F. FRAVEL. Enderby  ^������������������������������������������������������^^_____^_-_________H_h_^____MW___H_HW  PROFESSIONAL  ^ C.. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  Choice cakes and cookies���������������������������Joe's THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, November 9  by the senders. Thc public are  warned, therefoie, that parcels for  prisoners of war, unless they are  very strongly packed, will probably  arrive in such a condition as to be  of little or no use lo thc recipient.  LAXITY IN MEDICAL SERVICE  According to extracts from Ihe  report of Dr. IT. A. Bruce to the  Minister of ."Militia, Ottawa, on llie  overseas medical service, there has  been a greal deal.of laxity in weeding out Ihe medically unlit during  the suffering Belgians since lhe war lhc process of enlistment and train  BRITAIN'S HELP  TO  BELGIUM   r  That the sum of nearly .?M0.000,-  000 has been loaned or donated to  began was lhe information given  The Vancouver World by Mr. Foster  Bain, of London, Eng., who has  been * con noo led with Belgian relief  work for many months. Of this  sum which has been sent to Belgium  the Brilish Empire has donated in  gifts, which were mostlv cash, over  .^3,000,01)0. Although the British  Government lias granted no direct  subsidy to Belgium, generous loans  have been made. Mr. Bain's work  has been in connection with the  distribution of these gifts among  the Belgians.  Questioned   regarding  condilions  in Belgium, Mr. Bain slated lhal lhe  reports thai the Belgians are starving were untrue.    He asserted that  although manv oi' these people have  been  forced to live on  two-thirds*'  rations,   none   was   in   dire   need.  They were receiving larger rations  than prisoners of war.   Willi reference  to  reports  lhat some of  lhe  gifts   intended   for   Belgians   never  reached   Iheir   proper   destination,  bul   were   seized   !r*   Germans,   hc  staled that  there had been a great  deal   of   misunderstanding  at   this  point.     He   cited   one   instance   of  where a large quantity of rice had  been sent to Belgium.   The Belgians  are nol fond of rice, while the Germans    arc.     The    German    burgomaster had sold this rice to thc Germans and  reinvested the money in  potatoes,    which    were    given   the  Belgians.  IS HE GETTING A SQUARE DEAL?  agricultural  pro-  Consumers o  duce, as a rule, blame thc farmer  for thc increased cosl of food supplies. They never stop to figure  things out. Uj) go thc prices for  meat, butter, Hour, etc., and thc producer is the one, who is held responsible. .The consumer overlooks  thc number of middlemen who  come between the producer and  himself. These regulate the price  the farmer gets and what the consumer nays. "What the farmer gets  and what the consumer pays raic.  correspond wmi me increased cost  of production. The farmer gels an  increase for a certain product. Bul  .this increase is often more lhan  doubled lo tlie consumer. Instances  of this kind could be multiplied  over and over if need be. The  farmer gets an increase in butter of  one cenl per pound, and the consumer pays five cents extra; live  callle advance a few cents per cwt.  and tlie price of meal lo the consumer is advanced a cent a pound  or more  lation between the price the farniei  gets and whal the consumer pays,  ���������������������������Canadian Farm.  ing in Canada. The report stales  thai "a Canadian pioneer drafl,  which arrived in England on Vne  20, l!)l(i, was found lo have 5-1 unfits out of 2.VI of all ranks. Of 2070  soldiers coming before medical  boards from June 2 to August 2.  li)l(i, as only /il for permanent  base duty, 13-10 ought never lo have  been sent lo the front. Out of Nf)2  discharged from the army during  the same period, 8l(> had never got  beyond England, lhal i.s o(i per cent  of the discharged had never been  at the front."  "In the lasl four months," says  the report, "wc have had over 1000  recommended for permanent duty  because of over age, with an average of '19 lo 50 years for each man.  It is a common occurrence for thc  men, when questioned as to their  given age*when enlisted, to make a  slatemenl lhal lhcy gave their true  age as 5-1 to oo years, as the case  may bc, and the medical ollicer said  they would 'call him -11 or -12 years.'  In onc case he was informed by thc  soldier that on enlisting Ihe recruit on giving his proper age was  told to run around the block, think  over his age and come back again."  FOR SALE���������������������������Household goods, including range, heating stove and  general furnishings. Dean Fravel.  Enderby.  n2-2  There is no candy on the market  purer  than   the  Red    Seal.    Com  in and let us serve you���������������������������Joe.  Underwear  Don't allow lhc cold -weather to  catch you unprepared. Heavy  Underwear now may mean the.  saving ol* many days of sickness  and suH'crJng. Come into our  Men's and Boys' Furnishings Department and let us fit you out  for the cold snap before il gets  There is no consistent re-i here.    You will never regret it.  Wc can  give you quality and  prices that cannot bc beat.  PARCELS POORLY PACKED   .  Thc Post Oflice Department has  been notified by the British Post  Oflice that many parcels sent from  Canada to prisoners of war in Germany are being received in London  in a damaged condition, so lhal frequently they have to be repacked  =b G-l-'o i-eVl h c-vVc.��������������������������� __J}.___o__ynjxL_d__t__  Holland for transmission to Germany. The British Post Oflice adds  thai in most cases the damage appears to be due to tlie fact that the  parcels  Ave re   inadequately   packed  Let us supply your Grocery  needs. Our stock is fresh  and the best brands.  Try a side of our Home-cured  Bacon���������������������������fresh and delicious  ���������������������������in-fla-v-or.  ��������������������������� ���������������������������-  W. J. Woods  Heating- Stoves  Ranges  Furnaces  -Your wants in the Hardware  line���������������������������we  can  supply  at  the  lowest prices.  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  MEN  When you think UNDERWEAR, think STANFIELD'S. We have it in  all weights and sizes, from the light weights in union and Iwo-piece, lo  the heaviest Black Label. There is none belter; il is guaranteed by ihe  maker.  See our new Fall Suits at $20.00.     They   are   right   in   quality,  style and finish.  LADIES  We want you to try our FLAKE WHITE���������������������������a vegetable substitute I'or lard  which i.s cheaper and will do all that lard will do.  FIVE ROSE and ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR,  SHORTS.  BRAN, MIDDLINGS, Etc.  CASH OR TRADE.  DILL BROS.  Gents'   Furnishings and Grocerie  cm  '���������������������������~l  Clearing Sale at  Prices that Sell  8-inch Plates (clover leaf), 75c dozen.  Other sizes at correspondingly low prices.  Covered Vegetable Dishes from 85c up.  Tea Pots from 20c up.  Flower Pots and Saucers, from 15c up.  Good Glass Tumblers, from 50c doz up.  Violins from $3.75 up.  Accordions from $2.90 up.  Sheet Music at 5c and lower.  Toys and Christmas Goods at cost.  All Fancy China at cost.  J 17   _PDA_\I17   Enderby Music  . IL. V/IV/\11 IL,      Enderby, B  Store  .C.  fi  Eo investors  THOSE WHO,  FROM  TIME TO TJME,  HAVE FUNDS  REQUIRING  INVESTMENT,   MAY  PURCHASE AT  PAR  DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK  IN  SUMS OF  $500, OR ANY  MULTIPLE THEREOF.  Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.  Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free  of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent  per annum from the date of purchase.  Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and  accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment  made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue of  ^TreasuryuBills-or^otherJike^short^date security.  _,     Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.  A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications  for this stock which bear their stamp.  For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA,  OCTOBER  7th.  1916.  EXECUTOR'S NOTICE  In the Mailer of lhe Estate of Abram  Gunter, Deceased.  NOTICE i.s hereby given, thai nil  persons having claims upon the  estate of the late Abram Gunter,  who died on the Mth dixy ol' May,  1!M(), are required lo send to A. C.  Skaling, solicitor for the Executors,  Hichard John Coltart and Thomas  Albert Sharpe, on or before lhe  2()lh day of November, A.I). 1010, a  full statement of iheir claims and of  any sccurilies held by ihem, duly  verified, and that after thai date  Ihe Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of thc Deceased  amongst Ihe parlies entitled thereof,  and having regard only lo the  claims which have been duly filed  with him; and all debts due to thc  said deceased arc to be paid to the  undersigned.  Dated al Enderbv, B.C., this 18th  dav of October, A.I). 1010.  A. C. SKALING,  Solicitor for Executors.  MATERNITY NURSING.   Mrs.West,  Enderby. ni_-lf  RECRUITS WANTED!  BY THE 30th REGIMENT OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  HORSE  FOR HOME SERVICE  The rate of pay is $1.00 per day and 10c per day Field Allowance, also  a* subsislance allowance of Aac per day lo thc dependents of those  enlisting.  This is a splendid opportunity for anyone not medically fit for  Overseas Service, and wanting to do their bit: Three squares a day,  good clothes and very little work.  For further particulars apply to Lieut. G. G. Warwick, Adjutant  30th B. C. Horse, Vernon, B.C.  Farmers  I wish to announce that I have  purchased a Gasoline Power  Baling Press, and am open to  take orders for Hay Pressing  from now'on.  ARTHUR TOMKINSON  Grindrod B. C.  Turnbull's underclothing for children; all sizes. Buy early; combinations and two-piece. At Speers'  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  (Section 42)  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  renewal of the hotel licence to-sell  liquor by retail in the hotel known  as the Bellevuc Hotel, situate at  Sicamous, in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 12th day of October.  1916.  LEOPOLD II.  CONGREVE,  Applicant.

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