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 Enderby, B. C, December 7, 1916  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 9; No. 4L;  Whole No. 461  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Wonder what premier Brewster  is going to do about that Vancouver  plugging?  Sir Robert Borden is to make a  tour of Canada immediately in the  interest of National Service. Hc  will be in Vancouver on Dec. loth.  ' St. George's Church services: 1st  Sunday in Advent: Grindrod, Mat-  'tins and Holy Communion, 11 a.m.;  Mara, Evensong, 3 p.m.; Enderby,  Evensong, 7.30 p.m.  The next meeting of thc Woman's  Club will be held at the house of  Miss Forster, Enderby, on Wednesday, Dec. 13th, at 2.30 p.m. Paper  by Mrs. Woods. Discussion of business arrangements for meeting.  A public meeting of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund will be held in thc  Ciity Hall on Thursday, Dec. 7th, at  8 p.m. Any person wishing to ask  any questions about the administration of the Fund please attend. '���������������������������  -_ Another -Trench' Comfort Club  . : whist drive will bc given in K. of P.  "Hall' on Friday evening, Dec. 15th.'-  V"Admission; 35c;> .Anyone wishing to  y knit sox for this club can ".get. "yarn  ,'Vat the residence of-Mrs. Mackay) on  V George street. - V       ���������������������������     ;.-'--,  ' ''Mr. J. Hill, who-has been visiting  Mr. and Mrs. S. Teece from AVinni1  peg the past few weeks, to recuperate, is��������������������������� enthusiastic'over the very  * favorable weather conditions found  hcre'as compared with what he left  in Manitoba.  W. H. "Moore arrived from Saskatchewan on Tuesday, with a carload of effects. Mr. Moore has been  to Enderby .before and, having got  a taste of Okanagan, comes back for  a whole meal. He will locate on a  farm property close to town.  The draft voters' list, as required  by law, has been posted at the door  of the City Hall for inspection of  the public. If entitled to a place on  said list, and your name is not there  see the Clerk, or apply to the Court  of   Revision   on   Monday   evening  sBY-ELECTIONS  IN I-EW   WEEKS  A respresentative of the Salmon  Arm Farmers' Exchange was in the  Enderby district the past week interviewing the farmers who have  a* few cows, with the object of getting the cream output of the locality  for thc Salmon Arm creamery. Thc  proposition i.s being considered of  running a motor delivery, covering  the district between Mara and En-  clel-by and around Deep Creek by  way of Hullcar. This system, if it  could, be successfully carried out,  would solve a big problem for the  small producer���������������������������that of getting his  cream to market. It would - also  solve another problem which the  businessmen of Enderby cannot afford to ignore. If thc S. A. F. E. can  collect the cream from this district  it can also deliver merchandise  from the S. A. F. E. to the farmers'  door''���������������������������and at S. A. F. E. prices.  BOARD OF TRADE MEETING     'in the interest of- the community,  -  not only on strictly trade lines, but  A meeting tocomplele organiza-! for the consideration of the larger  tion ofthc Enderby Board of Trade (issues with which the country as a  was held in the City Hall last Friday ' while is faced, with an idea of prc-  cvening, with the following citizens iparing for and finding a solution; as  present: Messrs. Winter, Williams, j������������������ community, of the difficulties with  J. Folkard, Ryan, Davies, Hartry, | which we arc confronted.  Opperischauser, C. Reeves, R. E. J Mr. Welsh and Mr.Rosoman spoke  Wheeler, A. Teece', -Cowan, Curry, sI������������������'ongly in this connection, and the  Rosoman, Gilford, Adams, Mack, G. | feeling of thc meeting was unques-*  E. McMahon, Speers, Welsh, Skaling 'tionably in favor of bringing into  LATEST WAR SUMMARY  *    j _ -Vj  According to a New York statement, the British Government has  .now an outstanding indebtedness  in the United States, in the way of  treasury bills, long term bonds, exchequer bonds and external loans,  to the enormous amount of $13,730,-  000,000.  Wc can sympathize lhis week  with the Hedley Gazelle editor. Hc  tells of an exciting week there���������������������������just  such a week as lhis here, only we  didn't have the dog fight: "This has  not been a newsy week. In fact,  nothing of importance happened  except a dog light in which Toby  was lhe principal actor, assisted by  three bull terriers, two cockers, several collies, yaller dogs, the two  Sandys and Moses."  Messrs. Gregory & Ashton, who  operate the Armstrong opera house,  gave a movie performance in Enderby Tuesday. It was their intention to continue the performances  each Tuesday evening for the winter season, and more frequently if  the business warranted,it, but, owing to the many counter attractions billed for December, they have  concluded to postpone the commencement of their new service until after the holidays. They, intend  to give the Triangle and Famous  picture plays in Enderby, which are  recognized to be the best on the  market. These' are the most expensive of films, and in order to bc  shown at A profit must have a larger  patronage than that of the past year  Hon'.- H. C. -Brewster* will appeal-  to ' his electors' in Victoria week  after next. The nomination date is-  Lfixe"d for. Saturdays-Dec- 16th,. and  (.polling, if,any, for the', following  Thursday, Dec. 21st: The sentiment in Victoria is entirely in favor  of allowing the "Premier to' be" reelected by acclamation. The same  dates set for, Victoria will apply  also-in the case of'the two seats in  Vancouver, as well as Nanaimo,  Dewdney, Greenwood and Cran-  biook. In Prince Rupert the dates  fixed are Saturday, Dec. 23, for  nomination and Saturday, Dec. 30,  for polling.  Have  you -tried   those  delicious  fresh chocolates'at Joe's?  and Walker.  The following ollicers were elected: President, H. M. Walker, vice-  president, C B. Winter; Secretary-  treasurer, A. C. Skaling. These  ollicers were chosen to act as the  executive to transact business be--  tween meetings for the board."  The membership fee was placed  the board meetings questions much  broader than those purely of business and trade interest.  Judging from .the, spirit of the  meeting, the Board "of Trade prom-  iscs'lo be,tho means through which  much good can be done. As boards  of trade,'like, all other bodies, commercial and'otherwise, become just  at $1.00, payable, annually. A nu'm-.j what the members'make them, il  ber of ihose present immediately ! was intimated that the new board  signed'up and paid"thc annual fee. would   accomplish;  just  what   its  Thc elected officers, together with  Mr. Rosoman,- were, named a com-  mitteeto draft a constitution'to ber  reported lo the - board at its next  meeting. '--. -->,y*- -���������������������������.> ..".--..V-V-- -.--*  JA-letter-was; read from-the/Vancouver Milling Company" iiuanswcr  to. an enquiry-from the-boar_;*\stat^  ing that-the"eomp^hy^^  tion at thc present-time to-start the  grinding of. flour at-the Enderby  mill, but would, however, operate  the  elevator : in   connection * there  members would .decide .to - accom  plish and were prepared 'to work  together to accomplish/   V-      ���������������������������, ,..  ���������������������������-. The- next meeting,of,:the board-  AvilUbe-heldiiv the Gity^HalY'Friday.  evening,, Dec.M5fh;.j. wheriiqucstibns"  of, interest -"will-^be^ brought: up. fqiv  discussion.������������������������������������������������������ .**,;'   V '"- -'- V -':' " - *" 'S$z  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND-  thc  Thc .following   contributions* to  /Canadian   Patriotic   Fund   for  November were received too-iale to  with for the benefit of,the farmers-1 ]>e included in-thc previous list:  of the district who had,grain to sell jSjs������������������e Cooke   '  2.00  Thc company intimated that it .was ��������������������������� Graham Rosoman':. '.'. '. '. '.''.���������������������������'. '.'. 2.00  its intention to have a local buyer F. A. Adams.  5.00-  in the field to handle next season's Miss A. B. Faulkner  2.00  The   great  battle   for  Bucharest  has almost been decided in favor of  the Teuton  forces!    Rumania's attempts to check thc advance of thc  Central  Powers have been  unsuc-   *  cessful and the Teutons arc push-   -  ing ahead on the roads to the capital.    The Rumanian -and  Russian  forces have been thrown back over . ,  theArgcsu river, immediately north  of Bucharest,/and on thc north.and  west the enemy armies arc pressing  close to their goal after what Berlin  terms-a "great victory.   In thc Car- .-  pathians and  in  Eastern  Transyl-/9'  vania the Russians have won lqcal  successes, and in the Dobrudja the.-\  Russians continue to .batter fiercely   ',  at thc enemy lines.  -But/there is no,  longer any doubt, says London, of   ,  the failure of these movements to  v.  divert   the   Teutonic' commanders   *  from  the campaign  against" Buclr-, .;  are'st," oi; ,c.vcn ; to-.,change  any., of V  their- carfully-laid.plans:  ���������������������������A I  -Fl  '*    .(  sTYa  ':������������������  crop.  The feeling of the meeting was  strongly in favor of gelling together  $10.00  Lel-us supply your Xmas cake. Joe.  Quaint and characteristic was Uic publication  oiVlhc=Ecnticton_Hcral(LJunior,���������������������������wliicli-appearcd  as an appetizer at each plate laid at thc supper  spread for the newspapermen at thc lncola Hotel  on their recent gathering there. Quaint, because  of thc color of its hair, and characteristic because  it had none. It was a masterpiece of genius, wit,  humor.dccollellc, and other things mcntionablc  and unmentionable. It did honor to the enterprise and esprit de corps .of Edilor McDougall  and his stall' of good fellows. After, reading the  Penticton Herald Junior there was not much left  lo bc said. Just to mention a few, here is something heavy from the Junior which goes to prove  all "that we have said:  "Walter Davidson, Ihc-doggcndcst fool in the  country, got stung Sunday night by a small girl."  "Uncle Josh wore the scat out of those line  pun Is reading the Bible."  "He was gored by an infatuated bull."  "For Sale���������������������������A good hen now laying eggs also  new potatoes, fence posts and russet apples."  "This is an editorial. What is more, it is serious editorial. It deals wiih the'.qucslipn of aviation. Not only lhc way lhc warring aviators  mount skyward, but also the manner in which  other tilings arc going up. For instance, the cost  of living, the price of paper and the skirts tlie  ladies are wearing. It is simply shocking. When  are we to see the end? This will be a serious  matter for all of us. We must endeavor lo keep  paper and printing prices, living costs, and other'  things, down."  ��������������������������� ^_^_���������������������������^���������������������������  Slowly, very .slowly, the world is beginning to  realize thc fallacy of private ownership*of public  utilities. Recently the Philadelphia Inquirer said  of railway conditions in the United Stales: "Wc  arc reaching an impasse in railroad -matters.  There are 38 states wilh 38 different commissions having to do with thc railroads.    On  top of the thirty-eight is the federal organization  known _as_. lhc_ inters.la le.. com merce__conim ission".  Here is confusion of a deadly nature.   The rail-  'roads would bc much belter /iff if they had a  J single boss.    To avoid  government  ownership  Uheic should be federal control.   Incorporate the  I roads.   Give the interstate commerce commission  J full power lo regulate rates and equal authority  to iix wages.    Send deputies lyClwccn managers  and   men   to   tlie   commission   i'or  adjustment.  Under   such   conditions   the   commission,   if "it  found that wages should hc increased, would be  able lo determine just how lhc iicreascd expense  of the roads should be met.    To lhis wc musl  come some I.mc, and why not now?"  A week or two ago, London, the metropolis of  the world, was posted, during the night, by huge  posters signed by thc head of the War Office, calling upon the people of England to pray for divine  help to the soldiers of Britain fighting at Hut  front. This request was significant enough, but  more significant is the first big thing to happen  since that call for prayer was issued. It is obvious  the Lord knows where to place his finger on the  Empire's weak spot, from thc general shaking  up. which wc sec coining.to the Government, and  particularly the war-council. Thc failures that  have come, thc blunders that have been made, thc  mistakes, missteps, the vacillating and wavering,  have all been on the part of thc men in control of  the Government and the War Office. The cost of  "muddling through," both in man power and in  'wealth,*-have been enormous; and thus far wc  have got nowhere. Not because of any lack of  fighting ability, nor because of any shortage in  war munitions or the ability lo procure war  munitions; not because we have lacked man  power in the field. But because"thc efforts of the  army have been misdirected. If this shaking-up  in the War Office comes in answer to prayer, then  let us have more of il.  Allies are resting on a sleeping vol-  cano. "It would cause no. surprise  here," says Draper, "if the next  step would be Ihe taking over of  thc reins of Ihe government of  Greece by the diplomatic representatives of the Allies."  !   PREMIER ASQUITH RESIGNS  London, Dec. 5.���������������������������Thc resignation  of Premier Asquith is officially announced.*--. If is understood that Mr.  Asquith will advise the King to entrust to Andrew Bonar Law the  formation of a new ministry.  Note of Warning Sounded-  After suggesting that the people  choose new rulers through a general election, the Manchester Gaur-  dian on.Dec.''lib, in commenting on  the cabinet situation, sounds this  note of warning: "There arc in fact  two crises, for the crisis in the Ministry is but a reflection of the crisis  in the war. The crisis in the war  amounts to this: That thc-progress  of events and succession of bitter  experiences have at last brought lo  the minds of most men the fact lhal  we arc not'winning the war, and  the further conviction that with the  piesent methods of waging war we  shall never win it."  Ladies' winter underwear and  cashmere hose for ladies, and  children���������������������������at Speers'.  Call'early,  ���������������������������*ii  i  r...     .���������������������������j  oevred ���������������������������-' by >-i King VConstantineX^  Greece,,.whoxha^  position of attackers \yh'ilc hc.jiom- :sY7-SYYrS  ihally" remainedv, on ���������������������������thc-' defensive'.^>,V' ,. %j������������������  throughout.(he developments' of;the *y ''"''"  last Week: y The Greek forces oc-,  cupicd the dominating positions'in."  the vicinity of, thc Greek King's V  palace���������������������������positions* which thc king  had been told by the Entente commander Avould.be occupied by. the -  Allied troops���������������������������and when , these ���������������������������  troops went to take lhc positions it  was found Ihey were defended by.  Greek troops. A battle raged all of  one day to gain possession and in  the evening the Iroops.of the Entente returned to their quarters. It  is reported that the number of  killed and wounded on bolh sides  was considerable. Since this fighting, it is reported quiet has been restored,  though   it  is  apparent  the THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY-  Thursday, December 7,1916  Those writers on  war have a ���������������������������  delightful way  of telling all about  what is happening  except the obvious  fi  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  H.   -M.   MAI.KIHf  Published  every  Thursday  at    Enderby.   Ii. C.  WnlUei-   Press.  at  S2   per  year,   by   the  Advertising Kates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion. 25c each subsequent, insertion.     Contract advertising. SI an inch per month.  T-IURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 191G  SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY  At lhe con ven lion oi" newspapermen al Pcnliclon. last week, one oi" the questions of public  interest which came up for discussion was lhal'of  a Saturday half-holiday. It will bc remembered  that when'the Provincial Legislature passed a law  making a hair-holiday each week compulsory on  all retail merchanls, lhc question of day became  an important issue. At Vancouver and Victoria  a vole was taken, and thc advocates ol" Saturday  won al llie polls. Elsewhere in the Province no  day was set, bul lhe law requires one half day in  lhe week lo bc so observed unlil the approaching'  municipal elcclJons.arc held, when lhe question of  day is lo be voted upon.  The newspapermen from ali the towns in ihe  Okanagan ana the Interior represented at lhe convention, staled Unit in their town lhe mid-week  half-holiday has been a failure, as a holiday. The  stores, it is" Irue, have closed their doors, but lhe  mid-week afternoon oil' has been anything* but a  holiday. On the contrary, the mid-week closing-  has very largely killed the holiday spirit amongst  the people, 'lhe mid-week half-day off doing no  more lhan check business and disturb trade, al  the same lime making it impracticable lo hold the  old-lime Saturday afternoon sports which have  been such a harmonizing factor in lhe life of all  "ilTX^TtitfmlTiTrtiiJ^iriTTfst-NTai's. "'  The same results, il seems, have been obtained  in each of the towns of the Interior where the  mid-week half-day oil' has been.observed.. Nol a  single lown reported lhe mid-week half-holiday  satisfactory. II is now generally admitted lhal to  attempt lo'make a compulsory hall'-holiday on a  day of the week which il is impossible for the  public schools,  -Uons-lo-obseiw-e.  only is il attempting the impossible, but il deprives lhe public of the right lo observe lhe half-  holiday on a day of the week which can be made  a holiday. To argue thai a mid-week holiday is  more convenient I'or the retail merchanls is lo put  the mark of class-legislation on the face of lhe  half-holiday law. There is the larger question at  slake- lluil of the harmonizing influence of the  holidav and the holiday spirit, without which any  holiday legislation musl linally lesull in failure,  as well as the disruption of business conditions.  The spirit of lhe newspapermen of the convention, as representatives of the towns from which  lliev came was strongly against the mid-week  hall'-dav oil" and in Favor of Saturday.  not been an exceptionally,dry one, thousands of  dollars' worlh of produce would have been lost  in tiie Kelowna district through thc impossibility  of securing labor lo harvest it. II was decided'to  communicate with one of the larger coast cities  suggesting the expediency of passing a resolution  in favor of a form of conscription which would  raise the required number of men for the army  in those districts where the absence of such men  would not seriously affect the local supply of  labor or lhe business ol" lhe country at large. The  a Hi lude of the Kelowna Council on the question is  similar lo lhe sland taken by the Summerland  council.  SLAUGHTER OF THE INNOCENTS  "Do you Ihink war will over be abolished?"  "Think!   I know.   Why, sir, wc sire going lo iibolish  wjir if il lakes every lasl man on the face of lhe earth."  Often a profound Irulh is spoken in jest. And  lhal is what the funny man in .ludge did when he  wrote these lines. .The greatest sull'erers in lhc  European war have been the small nations. Five  of them���������������������������Belgium, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania,  and Poland���������������������������have been almost totally wiped oul.  Two of them���������������������������Rumania and Greece���������������������������are on thc  point of destruction. Others���������������������������Holland, Switzerland, Denmark, and, lo a lesser extent, Sweden  and Norway, are in constant peril. Thc cataclysm,  Vlcr 4 wo ycars and a ban, is slill raging unabated, with no definite sign of peace. But peace  must come, seme lime, if i'or no olher reason than  universal exhaustion.  We al! talk glibly of fighting "lo thc end." End  of whal? End of our man power and our financial resources? End of Germany, or England, or  France, or of ali combined? End of what? At  the same lime wc hear lhc leaders of all governments af war telling about certain conditions under which lhcy are prepared lo talk peace. The  Central Powers are prepared to quit fighting provided lhe Entente Allies will.replace the shipping  lost to Germany and Austria through the war,  give back those African colonics, and agree'nol to  modify lhcir commercial policy in any manner  hurtful to thc Central Powers. Similarly, il" Germany should offer lo England, to Belgium, and to  France, and to Italy, the land.il has laken from  ihem, Lhc ships that have been sunk, pay a reasonable indemnity for lhe men who lost lhcir lives  and for thc men diverted from productive To destructive occupations, and give some guarantee  against anolhcr outbreak, England and the rest  would also bc willing to quit.  Now each side wan Is the olher to pay thc costs  of (hc war, and neither is prepared lo do;' so. All  arc sick of lighting and The awful carnage, hut  none can afford to admit il, or to agree lo the  terms of the olher. However, each side is submit-  ing terms���������������������������terms, of course, which thc other  will not accept, bul slill terms. .When the war  started, it will bc remembered, the enemy was for  looting London and wc were for burning Berlin.  Bul this kind of talk has entirely disappeared,  which indidales that there is a slow  sanity on bolh sides.'  returning  to  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 ........... ..............V$io.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  King Edward  A name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel,p H MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  *.v/. o'f \:s,/j���������������������������i"-  ii  Via. <������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������...,<.*.;'���������������������������  ?&7SS-^~..  tiUSKRAT  ...Yr7^       ,  .aW***--I-*'.4":  TKAFPERSrclet <^SIore Money"  for Muskrat, Wolves. Mink, Foxes, Lynx, White Weasel,  Beaver, and other Fur Bearers collected in your section  SKIP YOUR FURS DIRECT <o "SHUBERT" Ihe larqest  house in the World dealing exclusively in NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS  a rcliabl'e���������������������������responsible���������������������������safe FurHonsewith an unblemished reputation existing* for "more than a third of a century," a long successful record of sending Fur Shippers prompt, SATIS FACTORY  AND PROFITABLE returns. Write for '"Clie febubtrt feljippcr."  the only reliable, accurate market report and price list published.,  Write for it-NOW���������������������������it's FREE  AR   QHIIRFDT   In/.   25-27 WEST AUSTIN AVE.  . IS. OtlU-Jt-K i , inc. DeptCU7CHICAGO, U.S.A.  RECRUITS WANTED!  BY THE 30th REGIMENT OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  HORSE  FOR HOME SERVICE  The rate of.pay is $1.00 per clay and 10c per clay Field Allowance, also  a subsislance allowance of '15c per clay lo the dependents of those  enlisting. ;  .. This is a splendid-.opportunity .for anyone nol medically lit for  Overseas Service, and wanting to do lhcir hit: Three squares a day,  good clothes and very little work. -  , .    .;.-. y       -   ' --,  ��������������������������� For further particulars apply to Lieut.  G. G.' Warwick, ^Adjutant  30th 13. C. Horse. Vernon, B.C.     ' '.'***,',  NATIONAL SERVICE WEEK  ���������������������������There is lo bc a national service week in Canada. Tlie dale will he announced shortly by Mr.  R. B. Bunnell, M.P., Director ol' National Service.  It probably will be the lirst week in January. One  oi' the Features of tlie week-will bc the issuance of  a card to every man in Canada. This card will  have printed on it a number ol* questions regarding national service, and must be filled in and rc-  ie banks and all public inslitu-  sio ailcmpLlhcimpossible...Not  OKANAGAN DRAINED OF MEN  A week or two ago a resolution from lhe Armslrong Council was read before the Enderby  City Council, which lhe Council was asked lo endorse, urging the Formation ol* another battalion  in lhc Valley, lo lake recruits parlicukirly from  lhe Farms. The resolution was not endorsed. A  similar resolution was read before II  lhe olher cities of lhe Valley. At  Council did not Favor Ihe rcsolulioi  opinion lhal lhe district had already  itr  and  -05:  ainieci IrTali men'Ffel weeff the ages dl  The questions are as Follows:  1. What is your name?  2. Mow old are you?  .**>. Where do you live?   Province.  4. Name ol' cily,   town,  village or  postollicc,  street number.  5. In what country were you born?   (i. In what counlry was your Fa'lher born?  -���������������������������-���������������������������-7-4n--AvluiVc(iuntr-y-rw'as-y()ur-niolhei,-iK)r-n-?- ���������������������������  8. Were you born a Brilish subject?  9. 11* not, arc you naturalized?  10. Flow much lime have you lost in the last 12  months From sickness?  11. Have you Full use ol* your arms?  12. OF vour legs'?  l.'i. OF your sight?  1*1. OF your hearing?  If). Winch   are   you.   married  widower?  10. Flow many persons  support?  17. What are you working al  18. Whom do vou work I'or9  single   or  EVERY   THURSDAY  GEO. R. SHARPE  WHOLESALE - RETAIL BUTCHER  ! E. J, Mack  I Livery, Feed & Sale Stables  ENDJSRBY,,B, C._  Good Rigs;   Careful Driv- j  ers; Draying of all kinds.  Comfortable and Commo-"  dious Stabling for teams.  Aoito for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberla, tlie Yukon Territory, the  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the Province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years al an annual rental of $1  an acre. Not more than 25G0 acre's  will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be  made by thc applicant in person to  the Agetil of sub-Agent of the district 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 oul by  Jjie_appl icanUhhuscl f.  besides yourself do you  living?  or a  19.  20.  21.  02.  23.'  prolession  Whom do you  Have you a trade 01  IF so, what?  Are you'working now?  IF  nol,   why?  Would you be willing lo change your-pres-  work a I the same  e Councils ol*  Kelowna the  . it being lhe  heen drained  ol' men in such a way as lo greatly cripple Farm  uduslrv, il being pointed oul thai had lhis season  cut work I'or other necessary  pay during the war? %    ,  2-1. Are you willing, ii' your railway Fare is paid,  lo leave where you now live and go to some oilier  place in Canada lo do such work?  Two millions ol' Ihesc cards will be issued and  it is understood lhal lhe services of the Canadian  Postmasters will oc requisitioned lo issue Ihem.  The object is lo secure an accurate, inventory ol'  the number ol' men available I'or vital industries,  such as agriculture and munition  manufacture.  Land-seekers  ancl  Tourists in- &  vited to give us a trial.  USE  MADE-IN-CANADA  STEEL BARRELS  For yourGasolineor CoalOil instead of Leaky WoodcnOnes  43 Imp. Gal. Galvanized Barrel, $5.50  BLACK  BARRELS AT  LOWER /���������������������������'SMAfiT7'T|liflNF^'ACHINE_COf  PRICES  Write for  particulars to  THE SMART-TURNER MACHINE GO.  LIMITED.  HAMILTON, CANADA.  Are your  Butter Wraps  running low?  Better order some now  Each application must hc accompanied hy a fee of So which will he  refunded if the rights applied for  are not available, hut not otherwise.  A royally shall bc paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rale of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine  shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn  returns accounting for the full  quantity of merchantable coal  inined and pay-lhe-royitlly-lhereoib-  lf lhe coal mining i;ights arc not  operated, such returns should be  furnished al least once a year.  The lease will include lhe coal  mining rights only, but the lessee  may bc permitted to purchase whatever available surface righls as may  bc considered necessary for the  working of the mine, al the rate of  $10 an acre.  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  lhc-Department of lhc Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or sub-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  "VV. W. CQRY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.--Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid  for.���������������������������8.3575.  C.  P.  R.  TIMETABLE  Southbound  10.45, lv.       Sicamous  11.18  11.34  11.40  12.15  13.03  13.25  ar.  Mara  Grindrod  ENDERBY.  Armstrong  Vernon  Okanagan Ldg  Northbound  a r. 18.15  17.58  . 17.14  1(5.50  10.30  15.45  lv.15.30  H. W. BRODIE        JNO BURNHAM  u. iJ. A., Vancouver   Agt., Enderb>  Choice cakes ancl cookies���������������������������Joe's )  4  I  I  Thursday, December 7,1916  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  EXPERIENCES OF AN AIRMAN IN WAR  Writing in a recent letter lo his mother, Flight  Lieutenant Jas. Glen gives a very interesting account of his experiences in lhc late raid by British  airmen on Obcndoy, thc home of-the Mauser rifle,  which lies over 100 miles across thc Rhine, over  the Vosgcs and thc Black Forest. A brief account  of this undertaking was chronicled in thc press  through thc French communique at thc lime thc  raid was pulled oil.  Lieutenant Glenn says il is a hearf-brcaking  country to fly over on account of no landing  grounds. "Everything mountain sides and heavy  Forest beneath you all thc way over and home  again." This was the biggest raid of thc war,  counting, the number of machines engaged and  distance covered.  "We Icll lhc ground in flights of five bombers  and two fighting machines to a flight at noon. As  each flight attained its height of 2000 feet it  formed into a horizontal "v", similar to thc formation of a flock of gcccc in flight, thc front machine being a thousand feet below the-two rear  fighting machines, and the others from left lo  right in direction of flight _50 feet or more above  tlie preceding machine. This is to protect each  other from attacking machines, the rear machines  being able on account of their height to dive on  thc hostile machine' attacking, and also to give  greater immunity from shell fire. You sec a shell  fused to burst a I thc altitude of the front machine  "would not touch any of thc others.  "We crossed the lines at a great altitude and  were shelled heavily wilh shrapnel and high explosives, 'H.E.' as they arc called, but continued  on our way untouched, but scared stiff. There  were two French squadrons ahead of us. These  were passed over at the Rhine, where we were  again shelled heavily. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing these squadrons being shelled to blazes, as  they were lower than avc ancl drew most of the  'A.-A.' fire. A Fokkcr nosed alongside, but eased  off and left us for the easier meat of Colon. After  leaving the Rhine avc crossed the Black Forest  unmolested either by hostile machines or 'Archies'  and, seeing our objective several miles ahead  at'fuslcd our sights and when thc signal light  shot up from the leading machines avc formed  into a line and dived until avc \yerc just clear of  the factory chimneys, everyone releasing their  bombs oyer the biggest of them. Wc just unloaded about five tons of bombs on the place, ahd  'if. looked-quite sickly as avc galloped away to thc  "Give my kind regards to thc Enderby people."  In a later letter Lieutenant Glenn says, "Our  commander had an autograph letter from General  J_lr'rc yesterday congratulating lhc wing on the  organization and the excellent work we have done  since leaving our base." Hc says lhcy have pretty  avcII covered thc entire line in*France from Verdun lo Switzcrland5/and lhcy had somewhat to do  wilh the French offensive that resulted in thc  capture of the Duonfont and Vaux forls.  "This is real war up at lhis end of the line," says  hc. "Thc thunder of thc guns just naturally keeps  the windows in the cabin rattling day* and night.  The only lime wc iose it is while we arc in Hie air  aiid the motors dcao.cn thc noise."  Lieutenant Glenn concludes: "We arc the only  Brilish airmen altacned to thc French army, so  anything reported in the French official com:/iunique regarding thc *\\ork of thc airmen belongs  lo us."  NO USE FOR MONEY  ly^lime of machine, guils, shrapnel and ,'H:E.s'      ;,:  lp|gjg^6mev of the other boys had. their. machines  |i>%p������������������^i11������������������!^l?r' gunsV ."some clay, let mc tell you! * ���������������������������  |^*Bi^"Tlic return was more or less uneventful. The  usual shelling at the Rhine and thc lines and a 1'cav  scraps Avith -Fokkcrs, Avhich dived every time avc  turned on them. They haven't thc internals God  gave,a goose.- They sneak up below and from behind and endeavor to shoot you up the rear. Onc  ; is first aware of Iheir presence, unless Avatching  like a hawk, by lhc pop-pop-pop of lhcir machine guns and their tracer bullets flaming past.  Wc surely don'l lose any lime in turning oii them  and giving them a burst or tAvo. Sort of cases  your bad temper.  "I can't describe thc emotions that pass through  you on a'1 stunt like this one. There arc times  when you are so absolutely scared stiff you can't  get your breath, especially when a shell breaks  close enough to jar you. Again, there arc moments Avhen you could absolutely cat ihe heart,oul  of anything that comes in your Avay;' and what a  =^^llcding^Lclation^\1icn_-jLour_boinbsJlLmic_oiLLbcrL  Ioav and you can sec you have blown hell out of  tilings in general. It's Avprth a good many 'H.E.s'  under your tail.  "I think a few months of this Avould dcvelon a  person inlo a savage, and it surely will cither  -make you or break you.   Il Avill bc cither tollicr  or which.  Canada doesn't know much about running a  war. How should wc? But wc have the men who  can fight when lhcy have to. There is much avc  shall have to. learn aboul it if the war is to go on  another j'car or two. While avc arc paying our  boys at thc front higher wages than any other  soldiers in the field, and our Patriotic and other  Funds,arc also contributing millions of dollars to  buy comforts and smokes lor thc men and to aid  in providing for the dependents left behind, avc  arc told by statistics of the Vienna postoffice for  the first hvo ycars of the war lhat nearly $100,-  000,000 has been sent from soldiers al thc front  lo their families at home���������������������������savings from their  wages. This is due, il is claimed, to thc fact that  thc mcn-ln thc field arc so'well supplied with th_  necessary things to cat, drink and smoke that  they have no use ior money.  All of which may have a lesson for us, or it may  not. The Austrian is probably as poorly paid as  any soldier on earth. In peace times hc gets six  cents per day. In Avar time, he probably gets  t\yice this amount. If thc postoffice statistics here  given arc correct it goes to show that men the  world over arc much thc same. In-the heart of  every soldier there is a warm spot for the place  he calls home and for those dependent upon him.  If avcycould know, what our Canadian boys liavc  done in the two ycars they'have been away, the  figures, on a proportionate basis,'would eclipse  those leported. above.   v   . -f \,      *     "      .;... /  '- ^.  ���������������������������:.'"''   -OUR-TOWN    /    ������������������������������������������������������*.:".' *; - *'v;  If you meet a.man Avho is,down in the1 mouth,  \yho thinks thatdiis town is all .wrong; just take  him aside or out for a ride, and hand :'him,'this  quaint little song:     Thcrcare fancier towns than  our oAvn lillle'town; there are toAvns that" arc  bigger lhan this, and thc people who- live in thc  .tinier:town all thc cily amusements miss.   There  arc things you can see in the wealthier town that  you can't in thc toAvn that is small; and yet, up  i.nd down, lhere is no" other town like our own  little lown after all.   In the glittering streets of  thc glittering town wilh its palace and pavement  and Avail, in the midst of. lhc throng you will frequently long.for your own little town after all.  You measure a town, not by money, or miles that  its border extends; the best you can have, wherc-  ever lhc town, arc contentment, enjoyment and  iriends.   If you'll live and work and trade in your  town, despite of the fact thai it's small, vou'll find  that thc town���������������������������your own little town���������������������������is the best  iillle town of them all:���������������������������Walt Mason.  JrVJieiUhc-Eedcral-RGsc-i^vc-Boai'd-oi-thc-Unitcd-  Stales warned the American banks against invest  ing in foreign treasury notes, thus upsetting the  scheme of the Entente Allies lo float another  hundred million loan in America', Japan immediately comes forward and provides $50,000,-  000 For thc service of Great Britain in Ihe United  States.  Tell your wife about It"  The Rev. Rob. Jones, the evangelist, says lhat "up lo thc present*  period attention usually wa** attracted to a Avoman's head, now it is  attracted lo'her feet." The Rev.  Bob failed to say whether.it Avas  the size or what.  j  A New "York philosopher is credited Avith saying that "if the men  had to do the washing for a Aveek  there would be more washing machines than automobiles."  And now the mayor of Alton, 111.,  has notified thc Avomen and girls of  that town that lhcy must not wear  shadow draperies or so-called "sce-t  more" gowns. It is hard for some  of these ol-fashioned mayors of  back-woods toAvns to see any beauty  in shadow-forms, or lo recognize  Avhal this era of woman's rights on  the globe has in store for us.  The chief of the Bureau of Entomology of the Department of Agriculture at Washington says there is  no reason why people should not  eat bugs excepting thai they do nol  do so. Some scientists say thai insect broth is appetizing.  The nights are groAvin'g a little  chilly and the days are nol as warm  as they used to bc. But what Ave  started out to say Avas that Wall  slreel bet heavily on Hughes, and  Wall street, you know, "has never  missed a guess"���������������������������excepting.  One husband says these Avomen  jtist wear freak clothes because the  other women do, Avhich if .true,  would account for the incoming of  this short skirl period. Each season  Ihey are becoming a little less.  "When   1   said   my   prayers  last  night  Ma, didn't you  hear me ask  God lo make me a good boy?"  "Yes, Bobby, I did."  "Well, Mc ain't done it."  Some women  prefer martyrdom  rather   lhan   give  up   their  belief,  especially if it  i.s one involving a  four shoe on a six foot.  King Soloman, "in all his glory,"  was only the Brigham Young of his  day.  ROLL OF HONOR  FOR KING AND EMPIRE  ENDERBY  Robt. Airth, Corporal  S. Allcorn  Edgar L. 13awtree  Henry Arnold Bogert  Victor Bogcrl  Albert Buller  J. Irwin Bcatty  Arden Bush  Elmer Black  George Bucknell  H. Judson Byrnes  John Breedon, Captain  Fred Breedon -y?v  Hugh Bowers  II. E. Blanchard  Rein Brown  Air. Castle  Charlie Castle  Robert Chadwick  E. H. CraAvford, Lieutenant  A. F. Crossman, Lieutenant  Geo. Calder  E. J. Corpe  Capt. R. B. M. Cameron  George Dysart   -  Gordon L. Duncan  Donald Dunwoodie  James Dickson, Lieutenant  Cecil Wynn Dunford    '  W. H. Enibrey  A. 'V. Evans. Lieutenant  Leonard Funk .j  Jack Funk " "V  Sidney. Green  Jas. Green, Sci'gcant  James Glenn, Lieutenant  Kenneth Glen, Sergeant  13. Garrett  Geo. Geight  Fred. Griffith  Robert Grasset  J. Hallmark  Colin Oliver Harvey, Lieutenant,  J.C. Henniker, Lieut.-Colonel  H. E. C. Harris  John M. Hatcher  K. B. Huffman  H. Hilliard  Roy Hutchison   ,     < '  C. Houldsworth  ��������������������������� John Jones-  ' Fred A. Johnson  "  .  W. J. Jones ' . .   V V- W ���������������������������  Steven A. Knight <���������������������������**''���������������������������  '���������������������������H; H..Kenny ' ���������������������������'���������������������������  ���������������������������; .'��������������������������� : ���������������������������   "V" >  ,  Percy'LaR'oyy. .  ���������������������������  ,-Waltcr-E.' Lambert *>.-_. W:  Patrick K. Mowat -,..*, * V.Vi  '-James Jasper MoAvat : '���������������������������'-"������������������������������������������������������ - S"  ... George Mason */ i ��������������������������� "V* -\ -  '-B.'Mack- "    -   -v: S ���������������������������';  . Leslie.W. ���������������������������Mackay* ,.. - ._,-���������������������������;.-. -**-  James J. Martyn . t   - ���������������������������   ' V  ���������������������������**  Albert Matlhew.s ' '  Charles'Murdoch  John David McMahon .  Rov McLeod  ' C. F. Oland,    -. ���������������������������.  .J. E. Paccy'  Cecil G. Piper  L. Proclor  Harry A. Preston  L. ,13. Plumbly, Lieutenant  James Pound  .i  Killed in Action  Pte. Albert .Matthews  Corporal R. O. Stewart  Pte. John M. Hatcher  Pte. Rein Brown  Pte. Harry Skyrme  Lieut. R. Bazeley  Pte. H. Ellis Long  Pte. John Groves  Pie. C. Houldsworth  Colin Oliver Harvey, Lieutenant  Invalided  _  OVERSEAS  \V.. A  Russell  Rev. C. Reed, Chaplain  E. Rogers  Samuel E. Roberts  Arthur Rootham  Reginald Ruttan  Harry Strickland  Kenneth Strickland  R. O. SteAvarl, Corporal  Harold Taylor  Robert Woodhouse  Elwin Wheeler  John White   '  John WarAvick, Sergeant  Robt. Wilson  Garnet Walker  James Wynne  II. Ellis Young ;  MABEL LAKE  VALLEY  Major  Capt.  Capt.  Capt.  Lieut.  Corp.  W. G.  7A-C*  Rev. C. Reed  James Wynne  .J. II. G.,Baird  Chas. H. Thompson  Wynne Jones  Godfrey Fowler  Stanley Wilkinson  James'.Haynes' . ���������������������������   ,  Allen- ���������������������������    ���������������������������   '   ���������������������������  George Ferris   , '        V.  John Ashton "        ' ,-V -  -Joe Simard "       *    ���������������������������  Rudolph Simard *'       J .  (Emil Peters        . _ -   ��������������������������� .;  Fred. J. Kemp .,.'.*  \    " GRINDROD V  Geo. D. McEwen        . ,V : v  Gerald A. Neve '  ,'VVm. Peacock  * P., Peacock *'  G. R. Salt  . Maurice Salt v,      ,,'  Fred Dysart ' -  Ted Dysart ,,  Disney Poole "['    .,  Charles Iwigg .     V     *  , Thos. Wilkinson, Lieutenant-    .  , W. Poole ���������������������������    . .   y V;  Harry Skyrme       ,    ;. , ,-  George Archibald ;  Frank Russell '    - .   -  Frank ��������������������������� Dondoneau '-... ��������������������������� ;.  Fred1 Dondoneau.'. , :'  Jeffrey Smiley    ' >-'   *���������������������������; "  -',  James Jamieson    /-,">'���������������������������     ��������������������������� -'.-.,,  , Bernard Rosoman I y, V'   7'7"\  ���������������������������. ?:(*:. -v' * :\mara-'������������������'--/. Y>:;-''-Y:  ���������������������������L-Joh"n'!Langd6n;':A[ajbr^ '*"������������������������������������������������������', .V;,.-"**  ���������������������������- Stanley* Richardsonr-Lieutenant'i--  ,'" Fred .White/.Lieutcnant-'V, ������������������������������������������������������,-V*  , M: A/BuckneR," LieutenantVV.V  W. I-I.'.Ahier, Sergeant;���������������������������*'    ���������������������������'*-"���������������������������j,.-  :IIarry.Coell, Lance Corporal -'>*'  .'James Oliver'.'*; ';'V.r\ , "VW';''  ^'Richard Groves';  ' % .'V S;s~~7~ i./;  John Grove's"' S.   V        V.\i "  G/-W:' Paterson^ ; *- *'*- ' .-���������������������������   *   Vy  Walter Robinson **,���������������������������'.:���������������������������  'Sergeant Ferguson ...   _. -   -. ;":   V  Lieut. R..Bazeley1"' . .   ,  ! ,A. O. Holland-  Arthur Zettergreen  Andrew Zettergreen  Ncls'Zettergreen  '      '   '-  Thos. W. Robinson   ���������������������������  James F. Massey  Reported Wounded  Lieut. F. White  Pte. Jno. McMahon     ,    ,  Sergt. Jno. Warwick  Pie. A. G. Zellergrcen'  Ptc. James M. Jamieson  George McEwen   ,,  Serjrt. Kenneth Glenn  Lieut. A. V. Evans  Capt. J. II. G. Baird  Prisoner of War  TJicut. A. FVCrossman ~  Ptc. Fred Breedon  ��������������������������� i " v I  - vvvi;  "' ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������''���������������������������7:t  S':st  . ;V--!^^tl  "-���������������������������--*"- z<z, S4t*"1  . VI' ';,\_e.?������������������SBy>.  *'*   ,' j-* ��������������������������� ���������������������������-2"Vli?*?iL.m  ���������������������������1 ^-"rTr'3-;������������������^'1>J. T  - 7-7.1 'J.  ^ k^.'^i^V^  'SSbe?*t\  S2<1  HOME SERVICE  Howard   Logan, Lieutenant  Wm. J. Hatcher, Lieutenant  V. II. Barnes, R. Q.-M. Sergeant  Tom Robinson  Jas. C. English, Sergeant  Laurie Long  James Baird  Geo. G. Warwick, Lieutenant  DISGRACED PARLOR SOLDIERY  The Vancouver World tells lhis  pathetic bit of life a:; witnessed on  lhc slrcels of that cily in connection with a returned soldier:  "He was a relumed soldier, apparently proud of Ihe arn'iy coal he  wore over a civilian suit, and equally proud of lhc 'active service' hut-  ton and a badly crippled leg. He  was limping along up Hastings  street, and without a doubt the  heavy khaki great coat kept him  warm, even though il did look incongruous Avhen worn Avitlra cloth  cap. Out stepped a brigade police  sergeant who had no relumed soldier button and no great coal, and  forthwith thc crippled returned  man had to limp along wilh life  urovost sergeant belonging lo some  home defense ballalion, to brigade  headquarters. Al the brigade ollice  the returned man was informed by  the brigade sergeant-major lhal he  must either wear full uniform or  none at all, and lhal in his,present  slate of liabilimeul he was a 'disgrace lo Ihe army.' Neither the provost sergeant nor lhe brigade sergeant-major had'been lo the front���������������������������  if he" had, perhaps he Avould have  understood why thc cr'.ppled lillle  'returned' man swallowed hard and  made no reply as he limped out of  llie brigade ollice and went 'somewhere'"lo lay away lhe old army  greal coat and face the cold Avithout i I."   MORE MECHANICS  WANTED  The Gth Field Company Canadian  Engineers, whose headquarters arc  at Norlh Vancouver, are offering a  splendid opportunity to the handy  man. Carpenters, miners, wheelwrights-, litters, plumbers, electricians, etc., also handy men without  experiene, in fact, any men with  ambition to succeed and learn a  trade are Avanted. They should  communicate Avith the ^Recruiting  Oflice, and get lo know of the advantages open to those joining this  section of thc forces. Write Ollicer  Commanding, (>th Field Co., Canadian  Engineers,  Norlh  Vancouver.  SECRET SOCIETIES  K. E. WHEEI.EU  W. M.  A.F.&A.M.  Enderby Lodice No. 40  Rcjfulnr moctinKR flittt  Thursday on or after the  full moon nt 8 p. rn. in Odd-  fellowa Hall., ViHitinjc  brethren cordially invited  W. J. LEMKE  ' Secretary  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. sr,. K. of I\  McetH every Monday evening  In K.of I\ Hull.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  W. G. PELL. C. C.  H. M. WALKER K. U.S.  It. J. COLTART, M.F.  Hall suitable forConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  *' -            P. FRAVEL. Enderby  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  INSURANCE  Bell Blk. Enderby, B.C.  The paper scarcity has become  so great in France that the Paris  dailies have mutually concluded to  issue bul four pages each on live  days of lhe week, and six pages on  the other days. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, December 7,1916  MY BANK ACCOUNT  My bank account is very slim,  Sometimes   there   i.s   no   balance  lhere,  But there are shoes on little Jim  And ribbons gay in'Sylvia's hair.  And   there's   a   smile   on   mother's  face  And'happiness-around the place.  And if lhe laughter only slays  The cash can go ils several ways.  L put my money inlo smiles  And cakes and sweets :\nd  little  gowns,  And dresses in lhe latest styles  And anything to scalier frowns.  And tho' il doesn't show in gold  That can be'used when J am old,  It's drawing interest every day  In laughter and in childish play. *  ���������������������������Detroit Free Press.  GARDEN COMPETITION  Following arc lhe results of the  garden compction held the past  season under the * auspices of the  Northern Okanagan Farmers' Institute, thc winners of lhe prizes being: First, C. W. Little, Mara; second, J. Monk, Grindrod; third, J.  Tomkinson,  Grindrod.  To make unnecessary the usual  repetition of headings in each score  thev  will  be known by numbers:  (*1)  Quanlily and value of crop;  (2) Quality of crop;  (3) Assortment as to ,arrangement, season, variety and kind;  ('I)   Industry, enterprise & skill;  (5) Cleanness and neat icss;  Under each of these headings the  possible score was 20:  Mrs. Mine.s--(l) 10 1-2; (2) 11  1-2; (3) 13; ('D 12; (5) 11; total, 58.  Mrs. Groves���������������������������(1) 14-1-2; (2) M;  (3) 17; M) 18: (5) 10 1-2; total, 80.  J. Emenv���������������������������(1) 13 1-2; (2) 13 1-2;  (3) 14; (4) 15 1-2; (5) 1(5 1-2; total, 73.  C W. Lillle���������������������������(1) 19; (2) 18 1-2;  (3) 1!); (-1) 1<); (5) 19; total, 94 1-2.  J. Monk���������������������������(1) 17 1-2; (2) 17; (3)  10 1-2; (4) 18; (5) 17 1-2; total,  80 1-2.  If. Tomkinson���������������������������(1) 13; (2) 13  '1-2; (3) 14; (4) 14 1-2; (5) 15;  , total, 70.  J. Tomkinson���������������������������(1) 10; (2) 18;  (3) 15 1-2; (4) 18; (5) 18; total,  85 1-2.  CANADA'S WAR TRADE  Canada's  trade   is   increasing  al  the   present   time   at   a   most   prodigious rale and this year will see  all  records shattered and the high  water  mark  of Canadian  commercial  achievement.    Thc figures for  the twelve months ending September recently issued show a lolal of  over two billion dollars.    This includes shipments of coin and bullion,    but  even    after - subtracting  these    lhc   total    is    -31,738,204,250  against  8935,254,443   I'or  the  same  period  of  1915,  and  $1,000,003,499  i'or 1914, the largest previous figure.  This year Canada Avill have a balance on the right side of the ledger  in- thc trade account of nearly lhree  hundred and  fifty million dollars.  The  total  imports   for  Ihe  twelve  months ending September reached  8085,278,005, "againsl   exports   of  $1,052,925,051.  RED CROSS RECEIPTS  ..844.25     18.07  Fund..  10.00       4.50  "1  ing oaie at  Prices that Sell  Proceeds of teas for Nov  Expenses    To Prisoners of Wai  To Patriotic Fund . .  ARMSTRONG CREAMERY  Thc Armslrong creamery is now  producing some 800 pounds .of butler per week.. . Forty-one cents is  Ihe price now being paid for butter  fat, and this rate will be increased  within    a week or two.    Thc total  output of- the creamery until  the  summer months has been sold in advance and at a price lhal will bring  Ihe   farmers  from   40c  to  45c   for  their   butter   fat   all   winter  and  spring.   A change has been made in  the secretaryship, Mr.Hasscn having  lesigned and Mr. Sage appointed in  his place, to lake effect Dec. loth.  Wants Old Crop Wheat Flour  A Winnipeg dispatch says the  startling report has been received  there thai the British Government  ViaVlleuTletlVIVlake "iVb "more" ilmfr"  from Canadian mills made by the  new crop of wheal. Only old wheal  Hour will be accepted. There is no  old crop wheat in the country, This  will be a blow lo Canadian mills  and will affect, flour prices downward.  Thc committee gratefully acknowledge the following donations:  Mrs. Woods, tea; Miss Gibbs, sugar;  Helper, $3.00.  ll is. the intention of lhc committee to place a handsome Christmas  cake in the window of Teece & Son,  to bc guessed for at 10c a guess, the  proceeds lo go to the Prisoners of  War Fund.  Roll of Honor  Rcpoi't of Ashton Creek School  for monlh of November":  No.days school Avas in session, 22.  Total days attendance, 145.5.  Average daily attendance, 0.01.  Junior Fourth���������������������������Betty Baxter.  Senior Third���������������������������Yaroslav Stainer,  VIosta Stainer.  Second Header���������������������������Dorothea Baxter,  Yaroslav Slamberg.  Second Primer���������������������������Paul Staincr, Joe  Miska, Feme Ashton.  First Primer���������������������������Annie Stamberg.  Perfect in attendance, Dorothea  Baxter.  Perfect in punctuality ��������������������������� Betty  Baxter, Yaroslav Staincr, Annie  Stamberg.  Honor roll���������������������������1st rank, Joe Miska,  88.5;r second   rank,   Paul   Stainer,  85.8; third rank, VIosta Stainer. 82.  Lily M. TfiniiuNrc. Teacher  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.  JC   PDAMI?   Enderby Music St  . ������������������j��������������������������� VI\������������������*11 E_i,      Enderby, B.C.  Store  mas  ing  S chool Exc re is es  A mosl enjoyable entertainment  Avas given at Annieville school, near  New Westminster, recently on behalf of the Belgian Relief Fund,  when*-, the -.pupils under; lhc able  guidance of their teacher, Miss Fen-  ion, gave a number of songs, patriotic pieces, etc., which were highly  appreciated by a large audience of  parents and friends. The school  was artistically decorated with  evergreens, Mags, lanterns, etc., the  work of lhe school children, and  drew unstinted-.praise from the au-  ~d ience.���������������������������.TInrT> tnn~'of���������������������������pi 8t3 O^w : i *  realized, the .whole of which will go  to Ihe Belgian Relief Fund. Thc  pupils and Iheir teacher arc to be  congratulated on the excellent program provided, and congratulated  also on the excellent result of their  ell'orts. Miss Fenton was the recipient of a lovely bouquet of carnations ��������������������������� from her. pupils. Com.  LOGGING TOOLS  Boys' Sleds, Skates and Hockey Sticks  are new the seasonable goods in our line. We carry the best goods  and thc largest stock. We are also plumbing and heating engineers  and can make anything to order in tin, copper or sheet iron. Send  your mail orders to���������������������������  FULTON HARDWARE CO., Ltd  Your Christmas Cooking  W9rf������������������n������������������waiKncMi  WM-muM-a  A OOOI) COOK KNOWS il is economy lo use the best ingredients  in her Cakes, Puddings and Mince.Mcal, in fact everything.  WE HAVE THEM  HAISIXS, CLHHANTS, FIGS, DATES,    PEELS,    SPICES,    MARASCHINO CHEnniES, NUTS and ICINGS.   All fresh stock.  HAMS,  BACON  and  SALT  POKK, SALT  IiEHRING,  MACKEREL  and COD, now in slock. FLOUR and FEED.  DILL BROS.  Gents' Furnishings and Groceries  WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU REQUIRE FOR CHRISTMAS COOKING, AND OUR STOCK IS IRES1I  FROM THE WHOLESALERS. LET  US SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS.  If you have tried a side of our  'new-cured bacon, or a ham, you do  nol require an invitation to take a  piece home with you.   If you have  n o Ut i-i c( U;wp i ece,^-yo lud o_n o Uk n o.\v=  what you are missing.   It is choice,  and so delicious in llavor.    Try it.  W.J.Woods  CITY OF ENDERBY  ~ -V  Revision of Voters'List  "  Year 1917 VV  NOTICE is hereby: given, that Th-  first sitting of the Courl of Revision  will be held at the City Hall, Enderby, on Monday, -the - 11th - day j of  December, 1910, at 8 o'clock p.'in.,  for the purpose of revising and cor-,  recting the Voters' List of the City  of Enderby and of the extra-muni  cipal portion of the School District ���������������������������-   ,  of ^Enderby,^and. hearing and Tde-  terminihg ,any_ application_., Avhich-  may then be made tothe said Court"-'-'  to-strike but they name of any per-    ,y  son*, improperly .'placed-thereon, or .  to place.on.suchylist, the name,of.' ���������������������������  ���������������������������ny, 'person 1 improperly -. omitted  therefrom.,   SS .  . ,"   '���������������������������'. .  Dated at thV City Hall, Enderbv,  this 30th day of November, 1016.  Graham Rosoman,  City Clerk.  '-1C  f 71  The NEVER-FAIL will enable you  lo cut out waste, smell, danger of  explosion from evaporation, and  keep clean. You can keep your  house���������������������������your hands���������������������������your clothes���������������������������  CLEAN all the time, and save, eal  or sell your potatoes, apples and  onions, 'instead of using them to  plug spouts wilh.  PRICE, ONLY $2.50  Enderby Hardware Co.  Our Xmas Groceries  are Fresh and Prices Low  RAISINS, SEEDED  CURRANTS  MINCE MEAT IN BULK  S HELLED. .WALNUTS-.  RAISIN, SULTANA.  MIXED PEEL  SHELLED ALMONDS  . JAP. ORANGES .Avill arrive.any.day.  A good assortment of Mixed Nuts and Candy for Christmas Use.  WEEK-END SPECIAL: Apple Butter in Tumblers, at 15c  Ous Motto-"QUALITY AND SERVICE"  TEECE & SON,  'PHONE 48  Bell Block, Enderby  Remember the Date!  OKANAGAN VALLEY POULTRY SHOW  December 20-22  S. B. PENTY, Show Secretary, P.O. Box 184, Penticton  AT PENTICTON  in Steward's Hall  Greeting Cards  Nothing could be given that would be more appreciated  this Christmas season than a Private Greeting Card, conveying some personal word of cheer to your friends far  away. You will find our prices low and our selection and  workmanship the best.   Come, in and see samples.  me Walker Press Office

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